So today I did a little experiment.
I wanted to see what happens to me and my body if I don't eat.
And it might have been one of the most interesting experiments I've done in a long time.
What astonished me the most was that I was constantly thinking about food.
I wasn't really feeling hungry.
My body was totally ok.
But my brain was constantly filled with thoughts about food.
It was so much that I couldn't focus on getting anything done.
It was like my brain was on autopilot.
It seemed like my brain wanted to do anything it could to get some food into my system.
Even if I didn't really need it.
I wasn't able to focus on anything else.
The only thing I was able to do today was to write this right here and a call.
It was less than 24 hours.
I can't even imagine how it would be like after a few days.
Or in real life.
Even though we might be aware of it consciously, experiencing it, even it’s just an experiment is a whole different level.
And it’s scary.
And it showed me, again, even if it was just an experiment and I’m not struggling with anything, that if you can’t solve your food problems you will never be able to solve any other problems.
Which in itself makes it almost impossible to solve that problem…
What do you think?
P.S. Don't try this at home...