The aims and goals of this lifestyle are many and range from the very gross material to the more mental / emotional to the more energetic, ethereal and spiritual.
Firstly, this lifestyle returns your body to its greatest point of health and strength, as we were meant to be: A healthy body is a healthy mind. After all your body is your vehicle to do what it is that you want to with this life so your body must be clean, clear, strong and resilient in order to navigate life’s challenges. A weak and deformed body will not allow you to navigate through life with confidence and strength knowing that you are achieving some kind of purpose for the betterment of your own life, the lives of others and the world we live in.
Secondly, this lifestyle uncovers all of one’s character defects, from the smallest idiosyncrasies to the biggest delusional behaviours that cause us to be dysfunctional in our own lives and as dependents, whether you’re a parent, a school teacher, a police officer or a guidance councillor. We all hold some degree of accountability and act as examples to others in positions of power, responsibility or influence. It is therefore important to constantly reflect on where we are acting out, being unreasonable or even allowing ourselves to be taken advantage of. Believe it or not this lifestyle will make you aware of these things and encourage you to change them just by being aware of them.
The third aim of this lifestyle is to heal you of past trauma. This lifestyle will uncover memories and experiences of the past that haunt your happiness. Only by becoming free of past memories and future expectations can we truly live in the moment, in bliss and happiness, hence why it is called the present, for it is a gift.
The fourth and final aim is to connect you to your Higher Self and a higher power. Only by becoming aligned with your Highest Self and the Great Self or The Creator can we discover our true purpose and love in this life. Although our spirit or soul is eternal, this physical existence is temporary, and so we must find our purpose so as to contribute to the ongoing sustainability and purity of this world, for heaven is perfect, but it exists only in the mind until it is made manifest on earth by all of us.