Anal hygiene

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frank
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Anal hygiene

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I found out this point of myself.

If I don’t do my anal hygiene point absolutely, even a small fat will causing disharmony of my connection to body. Maybe only me has this problem? Maybe it’s relating to my ethnicity?

So, is there a way to not be that clean and not causing disharmony to body-mind connnection?

Gabriel
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Re: Anal hygiene

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frank wrote: 16 Jul 2021, 13:57 I found out this point of myself.

If I don’t do my anal hygiene point absolutely, even a small fat will causing disharmony of my connection to body. Maybe only me has this problem? Maybe it’s relating to my ethnicity?

So, is there a way to not be that clean and not causing disharmony to body-mind connnection?
If you are talking about having a 'clean but' and making it 'easy to clean' - then I would recommend drink more water, eat more fruit and use more oils in your food (such as olive oil for cooking) and put sufficient butter on your bread.

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mikelammers
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Re: Anal hygiene

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The relation with asswhipe seems to become a hot topic... I looked at animals and within that you can find fascinating examples of that relationship. Also the points of digestion (processing) and giving become interesting to investigate... A cow has a different relationship with it than a for example a cat. Fascinating point you address here. Also see 'The fractured but whole'...

Gabriel
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mikelammers wrote: 14 Aug 2021, 09:16 A cow has a different relationship with it than a for example a cat. Fascinating point you address here. Also see 'The fractured but whole'...
lol Mikelammers, can you elaborate?

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