Do You Have to Eat Organic?

I prefer to eat organic whenever I can.  You won’t find contaminants such as GMOs, glyphosate, or human sewage used in organic farming.  However the cost of organic foods can be double or more the cost of non-organic foods.  And even organic foods can contain contaminants.  For example, certain pesticides are allowed in organic farming, there can be pharmaceutics in the water table, heavy metals in the soil, chemtrail poisons in the air.

What can you do?   First, choose your foods wisely.  Secondly, whether you eat organic or not, there are simple steps you can take to de-energize contaminants and amplify the light in your food.


Beware of Imported Chinese Food

A great deal of foods and supplements are imported from China, which is notorious for things highly toxic additives, selling used olive oil as new, selling rat meat as lamb meat.  50 percent of the apple juice sold in the United States comes from China.  Other common imports cover the spectrum of foods:  Fruits, vegetables, tea, spices, cod, eggs, wine, industrial salt, tilapia, rice noodles, garlic, milk, plastic-resin-treated rice, fake peas, fake black pepper etc.

If possible, avoid foods imported from China.  US grown is far safer than Chinese grown, even if not organic.


Choose Foods with Least Pesticide Residues

The Environmental Working Group (EWG) puts out an annual list of 15 conventional foods with the lowest amount of pesticide residues.  So it is safer to eat these conventional versions.  This is the list as of 2020:

  1. Avocado
  2. Sweet corn (note that much sweet corn is genetically modified, which can do things like cause infertility)
  3. Pineapple
  4. Onions
  5. Papaya
  6. Sweet Peas
  7. Eggplant
  8. Asparagus
  9. Cauliflower
  10. Cantaloupe
  11. Broccoli
  12. Mushrooms
  13. Cabbage
  14. Honeydew melon
  15. Kiwi.

Foods with Most Pesticide Residues

The EWG lists several foods as having the highest amount of pesticide residues.  These are good foods to always buy organic:

  1. Strawberries
  2. Spinach
  3. Kale
  4. Nectarines
  5. Apples
  6. Grapes
  7. Peaches
  8. Cherries
  9. Pears
  10. Tomatoes
  11. Celery
  12. Potatoes
  13. Hot Peppers (Hot peppers were highlighted in 2019 because they were found to contain insecticides toxic to the human nervous system).

NOTE: A small amount of sweet corn, papaya and summer squash sold in the United States is produced from genetically modified seeds. Buy organic varieties of these crops if you want to avoid genetically modified produce.


Kirlian Photography Reveals the Light in Food

Kirlian photography reveals that organic foods have more light in them.  The Kirlian process involves sending electric voltage through an item and photographing the energy it emits.  Organic foods consistently hold and transfer greater charge than non-organic foods.


Energizing the Light in your Food

You can de-energize any contaminants and add light to your food with your energy skills.  These steps are good for people who don’t buy organic foods.  Even organic foods can be contaminated, so these steps are recommended for all foods.

  • Appreciating your Food Amplifies the Light

Appreciation amplifies the light the food already contains.  A meditation teacher of mine, Suzy Black, said, “You don’t have to eat organic.  You just need to appreciate the food.”

  • Radiating Light to your Food

Another teacher of mine also recommended appreciating the food.  Ethel Lombardy had had a near death experience, and developed healing skills from that.  I witnessed her heal a woman’s hearing in a class I was at.  Ethel recommended two steps to improve your food.

First, Ethel said thank the food.  “If you only knew how much concentration it took to grow a blade of grass,” she had once said.  You are appreciating the work of the Devic Realms to grow your food, and they happily send that light back.

Second, Ethel recommended this process to add light to your food:

  • Activate your Divine Spark (you can do this by simply thinking it).
  • Ask your Divine Self to supply you the Light needed to energize beneficial components and de-energize any contaminants.
  • Radiate Light towards your food for a moment.