Plantbased State of Mind

Written by Sheri Goodman Graham

On September 3, 2022
Plantbased State of Mind
Jacqueline E. Purcell once stated this: “You must unlearn what you have been programmed to believe since birth. That software no longer serves you if you want to live in a world where all things are possible.”

The reality is, we open ourselves up to so many possibilities and ideas if we let go of what we’ve been taught.

— and this includes our dietary choices.

Unfortunately the fact remains; humans are creatures of habit.

We generally don’t like change.

I can attest to this, as I was introduced to the idea of a plant-based lifestyle about fifteen years ago and could not get my head round a diet absent of any animal products.

So many aspects of life have been so well-indoctrinated into us from an early age, and we don’t know any better.

Culturally; traditionally; habitually — what we know now about a multitude of subjects is all we’ve ever known.

But that’s where the process of unlearning what we’ve been taught has eternal value, and re-learning information based on what is actually out there and available to us should follow suit.

So give it a thought; unlearn, re-learn, and make decisions based on what you find out for yourself as opposed to what you’ve been taught.

Make decisions based on what you find out for yourself as opposed to what you’ve been taught.

And who knows, you too may adopt a plant-based state of mind.

With love,
Sheri ❤️

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