Chapter 1. Rule one - giving up bad habits - Adishhub

Chapter 1. Rule one – giving up bad habits

 Rule one - giving up bad habits

When I had not yet thought about motherhood, I came across an article about the destructive consequences of alcohol consumption on the body, especially on the female body. It was then that I began to think about the harm that we inflict on ourselves with this fashionable, “harmless” habit. The author wrote:

“The body of a young man restores the germ cells affected by alcohol for 100 days of complete abstinence from alcohol. Girls and women have no such opportunity at all, since they are born with a full set of germ cells. And if at least one bottle of beer or a can of alcohol-containing drink is drunk, it affects one or more of these cells. This affected cell can grow and shoot a sick child. “

Indeed, as science confirms, a man’s high-quality sperm for conception are formed every time “from scratch” for three months. Thus, if a man shows awareness and refuses to use alcohol and other intoxicants, after a while his body (including the reproductive system) can cleanse and recover.

However, in the case of women, we see a very different picture. A woman is already born with reproductive organs and will no longer be able to change them. That is, our whole life from birth is reflected in our body, including the reproductive system. And if cells are damaged or even die off, it is no longer possible to restore them. That is why it is extremely important for mothers of girls, and later for young girls and adult women themselves, to refrain from using such toxic substances. At whatever age we change our minds, certain irreparable damage will already be done to the body. The sooner we think about it and start practicing a healthy and healthy lifestyle, the better and better quality our children and children of our children will live.

Paradoxically, the female reproductive organs begin to form not in the womb, but in the womb of the girl’s grandmother! When a woman bears her daughter, the embryos of certain organs are formed in the daughter. Of these, in the future, if this daughter also becomes pregnant with a girl, the granddaughter’s reproductive organs will develop. This is how incomprehensible is the wisdom of nature, this is how subtle is the process of man’s formation on Earth! This is a real miracle that goes beyond simple scientific and medical understanding. And this is how easily and thoughtlessly a person often destroys this miracle and outrages him. Should we expect that in the future such a soul will again receive a high-quality healthy body for life on this planet?

Thus, awareness, of course, manifests itself primarily in the complete rejection of bad habits. These are the so-called “legal drugs” – tobacco and alcohol. After all, no one doubts that heavy, illegal drugs inflict an irreparable, often fatal blow to our health. But we obediently follow the lead of the modern media, equating a glass of wine and a thin cigarette in a gracefully curved female hand to a symbol of elegance and “beautiful” life. And if, fortunately, not all women smoke or smoked yet, then almost everyone drank alcohol in their lives. Chronic alcoholism cannot be considered a bad habit, because it is not a bad habit, but already a disease and mental disorder. But the periodic use of any alcohol is a habit that does not cause concern. And slowly but surely the body leads to

So, we conclude: by the time the child is conceived, the body must be cleared of any intoxicants. This requires at least a year, and preferably two, three or more. During this time, it is highly desirable to try to smooth out the negative consequences of such a lifestyle. This will help with proper nutrition, daily routine, energy and spiritual practices, and most importantly – a correct attitude to the world. It is also important to note that the body must be cleansed not only in the expectant mother, but also in her partner. This is an expression of conscientiousness, mutual respect and respect for the unborn child.

Also, remember that a family for a small child is the whole world up to a certain point. In early childhood, the deepest habits of a person and the basis of his relationship to the surrounding space are formed. An example of the behavior and lifestyle of parents and other close relatives is firmly imprinted in the mind of the baby every day. This creates a “positive” precedent for behavior. After all, a child at the beginning of his life is little able to distinguish between good and bad deeds. Everything that comes from the parents seems to be true to him and is adopted as a model of life. And we all dream of our children living as well as possible, healthier and happier. So do we really want them to inhale poisonous smoke or pour into themselves a liquid, which ultimately leads to a change in consciousness and the erasure of personality guidelines? The great philosopher Seneca said: “A drunk man does a lot of things that make him blush when he is sober.” Despite the active promotion of alcohol and tobacco in today’s society, the desire of “cancer tycoons” to present these addictions as something natural, acceptable in “moderate doses” and even attractive, do not allow yourself and your children to fall into this trap.

So, you gave up bad habits, and in a few years your body has become cleaner. Fortunately, thanks to a healthy lifestyle, you can increase the number of these years several times on the subtle plane. A healthy lifestyle is an adequate attitude towards yourself and the world around you. What tools are there to restore the energy that most people constantly lose in the course of their “normal” social life?