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I am able to handle a pretty strong hunger level. I believe a set point exists for this hunger level, as well as all hunger levels as far as how low one’s weight and body fat will drop. I lost another pound this week(5’10” 126 lbs), but should level off weight-wise soon I believe at this hunger level. I do not either take any drugs or diet in a way that diminishes me from feeling hunger. I am not addicted to any type foods that can increase my hunger/desire while tuning me out spiritually. I do a lot of meditation and meditative movement exercises that tune me into my body extremely well. I eat at 6 small nutritious meals 4 days a week, but add a seventh meal(at 2 AM -salted oatmeal) to fuel my dumbbell swings 3 days a week. I also take nutritional supplements. I limit my calories enough at each meal in order to maintain a high hunger level.
My meditative walking&running actually speeds up my metabolism with the type of movements involved. Meditative movement exercises while hungry are more difficult, but puts me in a more serious spiritual state. My intense cardio(13 non-stop minutes of 2-handed, overhead and behind neck 20 lb dumbbell swing exercise done 3 days a week)also increases my spiritual intensity and seriousness. I am able to cope with this really rough/serious spiritual-physical training routine because I have spiritual beliefs that are good enough to help me do so.
I believe a sort of “austere”(lean), but very healthy body type, works really well when it comes to having the spiritual strength and awareness to be able to properly handle a really intense spiritual workload in a world where we badly need people who can spiritually/emotionally handle the really serious problems that exist in this world.
This serious spiritual state I am in as a result of my efforts helps to protect me from those who are not on a serious enough spiritual level(due to their inadequate spiritual beliefs and training), who are antagonistic to the high spiritual standards I set and maintain for myself and strive to spread to the world around me.