What happens when we eat chocolate? And why do we choose to eat chocolate at Easter?

What happens when we eat chocolate? And why do we choose to eat chocolate at Easter?

Easter is considered to be the most important festival in the Christian calendar with Easter Sunday falling on the first Sunday after the Paschal full moon that occurs on or soonest after 21 March, taken to be the date of the Equinox.

For many Easter has no religious meaning but is a very welcomed few days off during which they often 'reward' themselves through eating lots of chocolate Easter eggs and bunnies!

If we understood how much our body is affected by chocolate would we think twice about eating it and ask ourselves why we are craving it or considering it to be a reward?

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Choices about food

What is really going on in our body when we eat chocolate?

"We make choices all of the time. Mostly, we are making them in a subconscious manner and only when we are faced with making a most notable decision do we actually feel the fact that we are making a choice. That said, we actually choose what we will wear, what we will eat, who we want to be with and who we do not want to be with etc etc. Those choices all come from the energetic state of being that we are in – that is the clue. Consider the fact that to drink coffee, and or to have chocolate and or other forms of stimulants is a choice we make. A choice we know is not true for us, but nonetheless, it is a choice to have those products that in the short and long term actually damage us. But do we really and truly choose to have them, or has there been a previous choice that made us want or desire those products, and or worse still, has there been a previous choice that has left us in a state of being whereby we NEED those products to get us through life?"

Serge Benhayon The Living Sutras of the Hierarchy, p 385

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