Diseases and health problems growing up as non-vegan/omnivore/carnist, whatever we want to call it: measlesotitisappendicitispneumoniasevere acneheadachessalmonellainflammatory bowel disease, supposedly for lifepsychosis (after hormonal treatment of above disease)regular flusregular colds As a vegetarian flu and colds annually around New Years until I quit drinking alcohol Now my diseases as vegan, non-drinker, non-smoker none Instead, inexplicable spurs … Continue reading A chronicle of my life from a health perspective in relation to diet
Today I went out jogging but came back running. I measured the path approximately when I came back: https://www.distansen.se/?route=bDzFu It seems I lasted for about 3 km. Now I have a track I can run with a timer. The area have plenty of fun trails, tracks and roads with slopes. The forest is also full … Continue reading Snowy Jog / Run and Green Brunch
Lakeside photos Walking to the lake again today, taking pictures with my FairPhone2. It is the only properly modular cellphone I know. Kick-ass. I look forward to this becoming industry standard eventually. I found a solar-powered Canadian laptop (http://store.solaptop.com/ ) but I'm unsure about its upgradability/modularity. Neither do the company say anything about the ethics … Continue reading Lakeside photos • The ultimate nut & berry taste combo? • We all deserve love • Profound Eating Exercise
To properly prepare for a mystical experience I did this guided meditation by Leo Gura, followed by a short breathing exercise as described in this video by Mantak Chia, and then took a walk outdoors, with the aim to find someplace to read Cicero's letters to Atticus for twenty minutes. I had only walked perhaps … Continue reading Walking the edge of the matrix
Last Saturday, the 24th of November 2018 I reached 100 blog posts on bkh.me. I got some of the most magical photographs I yet taken the same day. In Sweden daylight is limited to a few hours during winter. It is already sunset past 3 p.m.! So when I spotted this rare and precious light … Continue reading First Day of Frost : A Celebratory Photowalk!
From binge to infinity and back Follow me along a train of thought. After eating just enough breakfast, the craving. An onslaught of desire for bread, seeds and peanut butter. First guilt, but then, knowing it leads nowhere, acceptance into higher awareness. Observing the physical actions: Still filling up the stomach. Now sensing each taste … Continue reading ProFoundational Friday
Road to Recovery Continued Yoga was the first thing I did today. Then the scheduled visit to the Social Agency where I met with two delightfully friendly and helpful people (who unfortunately didn't want to appear on photographs). At least I have the luminous reception to show you! My father also joined me, being very … Continue reading Thursday
cruisingi see the lightwho am II don't really knowand I'm ok with it Long day filling a trailer with stuff The cottage almost emptied Partly raw food ✌️Everything goes bananas 🍌Even the red cabbage 🙈 Lunch was good Grey sky but no rain In case you wonder, I didn't move. Only stuff did.
Reflective Walking Waking up late. I want to shift my schedule back — daylight is more and more precious during winter here. I gathered fruits for breakfast but chose to take a walk to the lake before eating. I strolled through the forest and thought about fears. About being honest with oneself about everything one … Continue reading Wednesday Wisdom
Yesterday I biked 6.6 km to a nearby overgrown lake called Angarnssjöängen. It is a beautiful natural reserve with a 6.5 km long marked trail around it. Signs at the beginningAnother directionAngarnssjöängen Walking and occasionally jogging I met quite a few people. During the latter part of the first half I walked behind a photographer … Continue reading Biking and Walking • Website updates • Dinner