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"The Essenes book of Fasting" by Edmond Bordeaux Szekely
FASTING is the most ancient therapy of humanity. Even our forefathers
observed that after some days of fasting, a recrudescence of vitality
and vigor shows itself in the organism. Nature turns it to account for
the purpose of accelerating the functions of elimination, while the
marvelous economy of the organism profits by the rest afforded to the
digestive functions and by the vital machine's slackened activity
resulting from the fast to cast off the impurities of the organism by
every channel. In sickness, nature seeks to eliminate, then to eliminate
more, and again more, until the choked-up ducts which are the vehicles
of vitality and energy are made free and good health is re-established.
And it is only when elimination is complete and all the embarrassing
waste products of the organism have been evacuated, that hunger,
exquisite and natural, appears. On several occasions enthusiasts have
embarked on a fast without having studied the question sufficiently or
without having accurate ideas on the physiology of the body. They have
injured the idea of therapy through fasting in the minds of people by
incorrect application of an excellent method. There are some kinds of
fasts which must be wholly condemned: irrational fasts, fasts without
preparation, fasts of long duration without an experienced guide, and
fasts which are only inspired by the wish to follow a system momentarily
in vogue. The purpose of this book is to give a dialectical guide to
all who want to profit by this most ancient therapy of mankind, without
making mistakes in its application. SOBRIETY is reduced to two things:
quality and quantity. The first consists in avoiding food or drinks,
which are found to disagree with the stomach. The second, to avoid
taking more than the stomach can easily digest.