I don’t know exactly how long I’ve been doing this mucoid plaque cleanse. I don’t want to go over the month. I don’t want to turn something beneficial into something that could cause harm. It wouldn’t be lasting harm, thankfully, but all the same.
But it’s been a while. At least 3 weeks. So I’m getting close to the cut-off. But I am also still releasing mucoid plaque. I can still clearly see the encasing that cover the digestive tract coming out.
We are talking about 20 feet of tubing to clean out. So I get that this isn’t a quick one and done thing. But it still surprises me. Greatly.
I think I’ll quit this coming week though and then plan on starting a series of liver cleanses. Maybe spend 6 months doing 4 of them. With time in between for my liver to relax and stabilize. They are super effective but a bit grueling, physically and (for me at least) mentally as well. I really have to rev myself up for it.
Something I read in Blavatsky’s book struck a cord.
The practice of moral and physical purity and of certain austerities develops the vital soul-power of self-illumination. Affording to man control over his own immortal spirit.
So, this cleanse serves two reasons. Trying to help my body maintain its own homeostasis, through simple maintenance. And trying to elevate my soul-power.
Both great incentives.
I’m not sure how I feel about the term austerity though. It seems too somber. I need room for frivolity in life. I need room for mischief and mayhem. (Not destructive necessarily. Think yarn bombing.) I need room for sex, THC and mind altering experiences.
But I do agree that the poisoning of our own bodies through our water, food and environment is reaching truly dangerous levels and anything I can do to counteract that I will. And hopefully one day humanity will wake up and rectify itself.