In 2016, I had a revelation that forced me to change my outlook on my spiritual, emotional, and physical health. I embarked on a journey that included acquiring knowledge about plant-based diets; as well as learning about the power of herbalism from practitioners who resided in other countries. I was aspired to live a more healthy and happier life.
As I continued my journey; I realized that my aspiration also included a desire for helping others. My journey wasn’t, by far, the easiest. However, it was most definitely worth it.
I decided to change my eating habits in 2018. Regardless of what others saw on the outside, I was unhappy within myself. I carried my weight well, so it never appeared to others that I had any issues with my personal health. People would often tell me that I looked fine as they compared me to their own declining physical states.
Challenging myself is the best way for me to overcome obstacles; therefore, I utilized a challenge to begin my transition with my eating habits. I dived right into a 30-day challenge, that I created for myself. This challenge consisted of raw fruits, vegetables, 1 gallon of water daily and products from my website.
It was only until, after my transition, that others were able to relate to my story. Via my own physical transformation; I was able to help motivate others to take care of their temple, love themselves, and eat healthy.
Spiritual and Emotional Change
While on this journey, I included a deep spiritual meditation with God. This gave me clarity, wisdom, and understanding. I obtained the ability to find myself and to love me again. I was able to step away from the “Why Me” complex, which made my mind more clear and stopped me from worrying about things beyond my control. I began to focus on believing and thinking positively; which helped transition my thoughts to believe that I could do anything by faith. Since my transition, I feel amazing spiritually, mentally, physically, and emotionally. My skin is clearer, I have more energy, and my weight is balanced. It is nice to say that I LOVE ME. I hope that my journey, will inspire people of all ages, to take care of their bodies.
1 Corinthians 9:27
But I keep under my body and bring it into subjection: lest that by any means, when I have preached to others, I myself should be a castaway.
Take Care of Your Body, so that Later Your Body Will Take Care of YOU!