6D Community Activity - Opportunity to Pause and Reflect - what do you believe? why?



This activity is a way for you to practice self-reflection and to clarify what you believe on a variety of topics. You can practice this over and over again to gain new insights as you mature and gain wisdom.







Today let's begin by exploring our beliefs about nutrition. As with all beliefs, these are personal and deeply rooted in our past. Exploring what we think about our food can help us to make better, wiser choices for the life we wish to live.




How do you approach the subject of nutrition? How do you approach your food? Which foods do you focus on for your health? Which foods do you focus on for your pleasure? Where did you learn these ideas? Which elements (religious, financial, emotional, etc.) in your life have impacted your nutritional choices of today and how?


All good questions for a little self-reflection and honesty about our nutritional choices and our beliefs surrounding food. Take a few moments now to pause and spend some time thinking about your relationship with food. Time to be honest with yourself.

Later (at the end of this post!) we can explore other areas of our lives as well.


Before you begin, take a moment to prepare. Stop.Breathe.Focus.Move.Flow.* – not just five pretty words, but five small actions that can help to bring clarity to any activity or decision you undertake.


Stop.

Take a moment to pause your activity. Just for a moment, pause your thoughts, your words and close your eyes.

Breathe.

Take a moment to notice your breath. Inhale. Exhale. Open your eyes.

Focus.

Take a few moments now to reflect on the questions posed in the activity below.

Move.

Take a moment to choose how you will move forward with what you have learned.

Flow.

Take a final moment to realize that you have the power to create your reality, your understanding of the world and your role in it. Flow into the reality of your choosing.




The activity which follows is from Dr. T. Colin Campbell**. We are asked to pause and reflect on our own nutritional practices, to identify their roots and their general impact on our lives as well as on the lives of those with whom we interact and about whom we care.



6D Living has expanded this activity in order to explore a plethora of beliefs so that we can find truth and balance in all areas of our lives.




Five Main Factors for Reflection


1. Identify the Core Nutritional Beliefs which you have been taught


2. Emotional factors which have contributed to your background beliefs