DIET AND THE 7 SYSTEM
by Dr. Lawrence Wilson
© February 2019, LD Wilson Consultants, Inc.
All information in this article is solely the opinion of the author and for educational purposes only. It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.
This article is a little esoteric. However, for the fastest development, the diet needs to be is in accordance with the principles of the 7 system as follows:
1. MAKE THE BODY MORE YANG
This means eating only foods that have a certain physics quality called yang or warm in macrobiotic terminology. Chinese medicine also uses these words. However, their system of classification does not work as well, in our experience.
The foods in this category – from the most yang to the least - are eggs, red meats, poultry, fish, grains or cereals, certain vegetables, dried beans or legumes, and toasted almond butter. Salt is also a more yang food and very necessary.
Foods that grow underground or on the ground such as roots and other vegetables, are also much more yang than those that grow up in the air, such as fruit.
Foods to avoid because they are too yin are raw foods, fruits, most nuts and seeds, vegetables that are really fruits. These have seeds such as tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, okra and cucumber.
Others are all sugars and sweets, food chemicals, most herbs, powders of all kinds, most food supplements, and homeopathic remedies.
2. SPIN RIGHT
Ideally, eat foods that have a strong right-hand spin to them. They are also called dextro-rotary or D-rotary. Avoid foods that have a weak spin or that have a combination of right and left spin.
Many chemical compounds have a left or right spin to them. This concept is part of a branch of biochemistry called stoichemistry.
Foods that are natural and unprocessed tend to all spin to the right. These are best. Foods that have been overcooked, refined, powdered or chemicalized tend to spin less to the right and more a combination of right and left.
Fresh, higher quality food also spins more to the right, while older and spoiled food spins more a combination of left and right.
3. DOWN ENERGY
Some foods have the effect of moving subtle energy downward through the body from the head to the feet.
These tend to be foods that are not spicy and not sugary. They are also the least toxic foods because toxicity of any degree and type tends to move energy upward through the body.
Excellent downward-moving foods are cooked vegetables, some cooked grain and mild meats such as chicken.
4. RELAXING, ROUNDED AND COMFORTING
Foods that fit this description include the cooked vegetables, once again, some grain foods and mild meats.
5. WOBBLE BACK AND FORTH
This is an unusual quality of some foods. The most important foods to obtain this quality of motion are cooked vegetables.
Sea salt, kelp and meat are impact foods, and very important for development.
7. WOBBLE UP AND DOWN
Foods that have this kind of motion are mainly meats, poultry and fish. This is the reason these are important foods.