The following information is a transcript of a 1,46 hour long recording of my hypnotic trance. We took some interesting questions my dad asked to our friends in the field.

How should a person eat?

How should a person eat? (in general, without weight loss, in this modern world today, how should a person eat to maintain their health?)

Eat what you would give to your child. “Eat your fruits, eat your vegetables. Don’t leave any vegetables behind! I want what’s best for you.” Just like what we tell our children.

How many meals per day? Generally.

Eat when you have time. For some, that may be once a day, for others, it may be five times.

So, should you not eat when you don’t have time?


So, take time for food?

Yes, or eat when you have time. I observe that there’s nothing wrong with those who have jobs that allow them to eat only in the evening. They see that the problem lies in what you eat during that time. I don’t see the need to force time for food. I don’t see it as important to say, “Ah, now it’s lunchtime, I’ll take some time for myself. I have a lot of work and I’m focused, but I’ll take half an hour for lunch.” No, continue working. You’ll eat when you have time. I observe that the body is not so inflexible. Eat when you have time.

But what about the idea of “eat when you’re hungry”? Isn’t it the same?

They see that it’s quite related, but not necessarily. Hunger, They see, is related to the stomach because the average person has enough reserves in their body to send you a fullness signal, and if you overlook it or anything, it won’t continue to send signals. It will say, “Ah, they don’t have time.” Have you ever been hungry, your stomach growling, but you were driving or in the office, and the growling disappeared after a few minutes? And it doesn’t come back until you have time. That’s why people gain weight in retirement because they have too much time.


What about taking time for food, is that in line with our body?

As they see it, a person’s best eating habits are when they are alone and live alone. In such cases, they are completely connected with themselves. I also see that when you are in the company of someone who is eating, your body recognizes that you have time, and you also become hungry. If you’re busy and have lunch at four o’clock, there’s nothing wrong with that. I also don’t see the point of snacks. It doesn’t affect eating less for lunch or breakfast.

What about if you’re at work all day under stress, and in the evening you come home, open the refrigerator, and empty it? Here the question arises, what is in the refrigerator?

There are some emotions, some stress behind it. I don’t see hunger working in that way. You should eat normally.

As if you wanted to make up for the whole day?

Yes, mentally. I don’t notice it physically. It’s similar to the sleep cycle—if you don’t sleep for three days, you won’t sleep continuously for three days afterward. You can sleep a maximum of 14 hours. But mentally, we have the feeling of ‘not eating anything all day’. They see that the average person doesn’t have a problem with that. In no case are we without food; the body uses its reserves.

What about being mindful of what we have in the refrigerator? Eating in the evening?

Yes, in general, we should eat less. In the evening, it depends on what we eat. We can eat fruits right before bedtime, and I don’t see any problem with that. Fiber is absorbed by the body and digested into feces. People usually overindulge in pasta, pizza. That’s too much for our system. We shouldn’t eat those things after six o’clock in the evening.

I wonder if our organs really go to sleep when the sun sets in the evening? Are we really designed that way?

No, they see that our body functions better at night. The only problem they see is that we lie down and are compressed. And that we don’t move. Movement helps digestion. If a person slept standing up, it wouldn’t be a problem. Organs are always working. Even digestion, sleeping for six hours or however long we sleep is not enough to stop it. Even if you eat in the morning and go to sleep only in the evening, your digestive tract will still process that food. It doesn’t make sense to overeat during the day, even less so in the evening when we lie down and are curled up. The idea of eating so much that you could still go for a walk is fine. Full but not to the point where it hurts when you walk. Empty enough intestines to be able to move.

Eat when you have time. Not ”make time”?

Yes. They see that the body is much smarter than we think. Let’s say there’s a lean person, not much fat, and they can eat only in the evening. And then we think, ‘if I don’t overeat, I won’t have enough for the next day because I don’t have enough reserves.’ That’s not true. They see that the body only stores as much fat as it needs to. For example, it needs 100 units of energy. At night, when you sleep, it usually uses up 100 units of energy. But you eat 200. Normally, it would store 100 units. However, the body can also say, “I’ll use up 80 and store 120.” It can slow down your heart rate, lower body temperature, and slow down digestion. It does this so that you have enough for tomorrow because it knows you eat in the evening. The problem lies in diets where you greatly restrict food intake; the body will reduce vital functions to compensate. Such as the immune system, which is not good. As long as it’s within the normal range, that you still eat and aren’t fasting. During sleep, you don’t do anything; your body might be surprised if it suddenly jumped up at three in the morning and went for a run. But everything else is routine and expected. Sixty-two or sixty heartbeats per minute may not make a big difference to us, but it does to the body. Just as we have options to save and spend money, the body also has them. It’s highly adaptable, and such a person could maintain their weight; it’s not necessary for them to lose it.

So, you’re saying they only eat dinner and not breakfast and lunch?

Yes, that’s why they say, ‘Why do I eat more when I’m not even hungry?’ When you’re hungry, your body is much more sensitive. When you’re really hungry, your body expects food so much that it will suck in whatever you put in. When you’re hungry, you could eat less than when you’re not. When you’re hungry, your body immediately uses up the food, but when you’re not, it stores it. When it stores it, it stores more than it can use at once. Let’s say you have eight slices of pizza. And your body is very hungry, expecting it. When it gets four slices, the body has already prepared the acids, everything is ready. It will suck it all in because it can absorb everything quickly for immediate use. That’s why you think, ‘How could I have eaten only half a pizza I was so hungry!!!’ But then you go the next day, maybe you’re already full. Your body thinks, ”ah, I can store this for later’.

So a person could survive with one meal a day?

Yes, it depends on how much time you have. If the body sees that you don’t have time, it will wait. But it’s not silly, it will growl if it sees you sitting at the table. The saying “if you want to lose weight, be occupied” is correct.

What about the type of food? Should we listen to our bodies or eat what experts, doctors, and dieticians tell us?

They see that it depends on what you think is healthy. Some people think it’s the food pyramid.

Can the body fall for this placebo, is it healthy for that person?

No. Yes and no. It really has to be suggestible, we know too much to fall for these things.

Everyone offers their own diets, their own food. Is there any general idea that a person could follow to feel good?

Eat food that has no other purpose than to nourish. If we want to be 100%, which is already difficult with our food and water production, almost impossible, but if we’re 100%, we’re actually 80%. Even potatoes have added hormones. But aim for about 100%. Fruits, vegetables, eggs, seeds, nuts, anything you can find outside. Grains, rice, oats are an option. Questionable, but an option. Beans, lentils (from a bag, not canned). Meat is a problem, meat is questionable. Milk and dairy products, definitely not. They see that dairy products are not made for nourishment but for growth. For a young animal to develop. A cow grows with milk, it’s nourished by grass.

What about milk and products from goats and sheep?

It’s all the same, slightly better but it’s the same thing. Like processed fructose or regular sugar, slightly better but the same.

Honey from a beekeeper is fine. Juice is good for hydration, make it yourself. Fresh fruit.

Fruit or vegetables?


When we cleanse our bodies, our organs become slightly tainted with toxins. Can they see which organ is the most critical and takes priority in cleansing?

They’re saying that it primarily concerns the digestive system. The stomach, intestines, pancreas… All together.

How can someone cleanse their intestines from old fecal matter?

No, They see that the intestines simply absorb the food we consume. It pulls everything along, kidneys, liver, heart, everything. It all relies on digestion.

Is digestion dependent on the food we eat?

Yes, the concept of cleansing is somewhat controversial. We cleanse ourselves to be able to return to old paths.

What does the concept of processed food mean? What exactly is the process?

As they say, it could be best described as the inability to sense what is in our food. It’s very obvious. When you drink apple juice, you clearly feel that it is apple juice. But not with cherry candies, even though cherries taste like cherries. It doesn’t visibly detect the different ingredients. I don’t see our organs operating on the idea of “less.” To function better on less processed food. We cause less damage, but it’s still not ideal. It’s an “all or nothing” mentality if we truly want to achieve something from it. Even if we eat only one clean meal a day, the other two cause so much damage that one meal can’t cleanse it.

So why would we even cleanse our bodies?

If you reach the point where you need to cleanse your body, you need to reflect on it.

Would there be fewer weight problems if people ate simple things?

Yes, that’s why there weren’t weight problems before. When people started having weight issues, mixed foods, pastries, etc., emerged. The problem is not sugar as sugar. No one would eat a spoonful of sugar. Not even children. It’s not tasty. It’s sweet but flavorless. But a spoonful of Nutella? You can have three.

So have additives and spices confused us?

Yes, but diets have confused us the most. The idea of “we need to control ourselves.” They give us 500 grams of cereal, but the portion is only 60 grams. You know it’s not enough. Maybe it should be enough in terms of ingredients, carbohydrates, calories, sugar, but it’s not. Everything is calculated. Physically, it’s enough, but the body doesn’t recognize how much you need because it doesn’t know what you’re ingesting. Hungry and fat at the same time. It’s a vicious cycle. The idea that processed food is cheaper is also incorrect. You eat more in quantity, so you end up at roughly the same cost. They sold us the idea that if we eat simple food, our needs/addictions will grow, and when we have enough, we’ll empty the fridge of processed food. It’s all emotional.

If we descend to the physical level, our body has no reason to miss pizza. Emotions aside. The body gains nothing from pizza, why would it want it? Why would it send us signals craving pizza? The detox idea is to cleanse ourselves to be able to return. They see that it’s better to be hungry than to consume bad food. In any situation where you don’t have the option, create it. “I’m going out with friends, I can’t eat.” Then don’t eat. And it’s not even “easier than it sounds.” When your body is satisfied on a certain path, you won’t have the motivation to go down another path. The body quickly finds its way.

How long would a person need to adapt to this food regime?

Two weeks. In just a few days, in 2-3 days, everyone’s appetite would decrease. Regardless of initial weight, whether it needs to be lost or not. After a few days, they would start receiving very obvious signals of hunger and satiety. Very quickly. When you’re hungry, it’s very, very clear that you’re hungry. There are ideas that if you’re hungry, drink a glass of water because the body can’t distinguish between thirst and hunger. It can distinguish. When someone is thirsty, their stomach doesn’t growl. There’s no adaptation phase. What is natural doesn’t require an adaptation phase. A diet has an adaptation phase.


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