You could also use this point of having 'no appetite' to investigate what foods supports and nourishes your physical body – and then change the starting point of eating from taste to nourishment. Making your focus that the food is effective for your physical body – trying what dishes works the best for you.
Yes totally. I would say that through this time of not having appetite I see it as that is what naturally is happening. No other choice. Because I can/want to only/mostly eat foods that support me. Other foods I have a feeling of wanting to through up (except some sweets).
So I would not say that I have been unconsciously eating from what my taste/mind wants because I/my body just seem to very strongly say no to it, and therefore I have not wanted to eat it. And that is what I have been listening to. So the problem could be, I used to eat according to a programmed food list within my mind of regular foods that I am used to, and have not yet properly programmed in a new list of foods that I know are supportive for me, which would help me to be more aware and understand immediately what it is my body wants. Instead I have been searching through my old programmed list within my mind and feel no appetite for almost any of them.
And the regular food that mostly are available at home do not support my body, and thus create the perception of me not having appetite for 'anything in particular'. So I see that it is not totally true, I do have appetite for that which my body requires as how I have experienced it. Because if, for instance, I go in to a grocery store, when I feel hungry, where there is a lot to choose from, or if there are a lot of things to choose from in the kitchen, and I unconditionally just let my body direct me to choose, I do feel what it is my body wants me to eat. And then I go for that, and do experience often how it gives me energy back. While if I force myself to eat something that my body is not asking for, maybe that it is the only thing that is available, I want to through up physically (or an imagined experience only by thinking/considering eating it), or I become really tired, or feel heavy and bloated.
Things are becoming clearer.
Basically, this is also the answer that came up within me to Marlens comment.
With this I mean that even the 'likeness' for certain foods can be fueled by the mind, example a craving for sugars will usually only give food to the mind as I've tested out one can get quite emotional and so forth with it if one is in such mindset - so see where is it that you are not the directive principle in Feeding yourself/feeding your body with what it requires to function properly - and so this means at the same time: spotting where is it that in the mind you are neglecting yourself on this, where you are denying yourself this support, and so the next question is: why would you deny yourself such support?
So what I see is that I can take it a step further and actually have more of the foods that I already know/experience as supportive for me available in my kitchen.
What I see here the reason for it not having worked out before is that I share a kitchen with others, and it is often over full but not with the stuff that I require, and the stuff I buy, others eat. So now for me to take the steps to make my own kitchen in my own place as I have the possibility to do that, where I have it better organized, a better view and focus and only things that I have bought for myself. In this way getting to know better what foods that are good for me and having them available.
I have been eating a lot more during the last couple of days. Forgotten to drink enough water though. But sins the mind stuff has opened up and I am walking through them I feel the the mind stiffness releasing along with bodily stiffness and more of a flow within my body and in turn it opens up for more nourishment.
Today I got some prebiotic/probiotic supplement and will see how that goes.