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How to stay vegetarian long-term

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Learn to overcome cravings, reduce hassle, & deal with social issues on a vegetarian or vegan diet by using the methods of "ASSOCIATE & DISSOCIATE", The "3 PRACTICES" and The "6 CONTEMPLATIONS".

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How to stay vegetarian long-term

  1. 1. HOW to STAY vegetarian LONG-TERM By Applying Simple Mind Skills © 2016 Rui Jun. Non-commercial, fair use allowed. 1
  2. 2. Using the “Golden Circle” by Simon Sinek  1. Give yourself a very STRONG “WHY am/did I going/go vegetarian?” The “WHY” must deeply resonate with your heart. It will not work if you force yourself to adhere to a STRONG “WHY” that doesn’t sync with your believes. Find a STRONG “WHY” that makes you feel EMPOWERED by just thinking about it. A STRONG “WHY” should be BIGGER than yourself. E.g. STRONG “WHY”: “so that no animals will have to suffer” E.g. WEAK “WHY”: “so that I can lose some weight” References: “How Great Leaders Inspire Action” TED Talk, Simon Sinek 2
  3. 3. If you cannot identify a STRONG “WHY” that is in sync with you… Here’s what to do:  2. ASSOCIATE & DISSOCIATE (practice this often – this will re-pattern your neural habits) Associate with and strengthen the positive objectives of the goal (veg diet). Dissociate from and weaken the negative hindrances towards the goal (veg diet). Using “Associate & Dissociate” 3
  4. 4. E.g. ASSOCIATE - Read up an get really knowledgeable about the benefits of going and staying a vegetarian and the negatives of a meat-based diet. Find and meet like- minded people who support your believes or can coach you. E.g. DISSOCIATE - Whenever you find yourself and others questioning or finding excuses for you not to go and stay veg, immediately dissociate the thought instead of blowing it up in your mind. Move your focus back to ASSOCIATE. Remember the rational decision to go and stay veg. Using “Associate & Dissociate” 4
  5. 5. ASSOCIATE & DISSOCIATE helps you strengthen your determination and believes for switching and staying on a vegetarian diet and eventually identifying the STRONG “WHY” you are aligned with. Using “Associate & Dissociate” 5
  6. 6.  3. Now work on the “HOW” (and “WHAT”) With a STRONG WHY you are now able to support your “HOW” and “WHAT” and kick-off your vegetarian diet and stay vegetarian. 1) Go back to “WHY” and 2) Practice “Associate and Dissociate” whenever you feel your conviction weaken. The “HOW” (and “WHAT”) 6
  7. 7. The Problem… Sometimes people “cannot be” a vegetarian or regress from a vegetarian back to a meat-based diet. Non-health related reasons almost always have to with: 1) Hassle of staying vegetarian 2) Social issues 3) Cravings for meat etc. Use the following mental skills to help you shift to or stay on a vegetarian diet. 7
  8. 8. Social Issues and Hassle of Staying on a Vegetarian Diet can be dealt with by HABITUALISING the 3 PRACTICES: The 3 PRACTICES MAKE EFFORT SHRUG IT OFF MAKE TIME 8
  9. 9. MAKE TIME 1) Call or write in to ask in advance 2) Plan and purchase/prepare/pack it in advance 3) Keep a small stock of “frequently-runs-out” items 4) Eat your meal first before going 5) Use a food processor etc. 6) Wake earlier 7) Reach earlier 8) … SOLUTIONS based on MAKING TIME 9
  10. 10. MAKE EFFORT 1) Substitute 2) Find and Order Online (Ship if necessary) 3) Research and get knowledgeable 4) Anticipate problems and solutions 5) Read ingredients 6) Get your carry-around veg food on standby 7) Find ways to avoid it 8) Give others a treat to veg food & snacks 9) Customize 10) Question 11) Cook surprisingly delicious and/or nutritious 12) Take good care of your health so that you “glow” energetically 13) … SOLUTIONS based on MAKING EFFORT 10
  11. 11. SHRUG IT OFF 1) Live without it 2) Live with it 3) Quit finding excuses 4) Face it and make do 5) Laugh with them 6) Digress 7) Pretend you didn’t hear 8) Grow an extra layer of skin 9) “Associate and Dissociate” 10) Quit thinking veg*ism is a weakness 11) … SOLUTIONS based on SHRUGGING IT OFF 11
  12. 12. Cravings may be dependent or independent of our nutrition intake. It is that when your body craves meat it needs it. Dealing with “Cravings for meat etc.” Nutritional issues can be addressed by clean, proper vegetarian nutrition and eliminating processed food devoid of nutrition. If the underlying cause of the craving is nutrition, the craving will be eliminated. 12
  13. 13. If craving continues, use the 6 CONTEMPLATIONS: Dealing with “Cravings for meat etc.” 1) Seeing meat in their actual compositions 2) Seeing meat as a rotting lump from a decomposing corpse 3) Seeing meat as an animal with a face 4) Visualizing animal suffering 5) Thought transformation 6) Avoiding the 6 herbs 13
  14. 14. SEEING MEAT IN THEIR ACTUAL COMPOSITIONS Meat is compose of the same components as human flesh: Skin, fats, ligaments, muscle, bone, blood, nerves, arteries, veins, capillaries, gut, organs, sweat, pus, urine, shit etc. Nothing appetizing about all these. Dealing with “Cravings for meat etc.” 14
  15. 15. SEEING MEAT AS A ROTTING LUMP FROM A DECOMPOSING CORPSE Meat is but a small lump cut out from a decomposing corpse, it is no different from rotting flesh from a dead and decomposing human. Still hungry? Dealing with “Cravings for meat etc.” 15
  16. 16. SEEING MEAT AS AN ANIMAL WITH A FACE Meat comes from an animal with a face - an individual just like us. They are not cubes, balls, cylinders, lumps, or slices which we are often misled to see. Dealing with “Cravings for meat etc.” 16
  17. 17. VISUALIZING ANIMAL SUFFERING Animals feel just like humans. They suffer from pain, agony, physically, mentally, and emotionally before they are brutally murdered. Watch videos and visualize their pain and suffering. Turning our heads away will not change the truth. Dealing with “Cravings for meat etc.” 17
  18. 18. THOUGHT TRANSFORMATION We will crave meat if we keep thinking about it. If we see or smell it, but don’t continue to think, the craving will not stay. Shifting your attention away from meat and engage your mind in other positive activities like promoting vegetarianism, will help avoid cravings. Dealing with “Cravings for meat etc.” 18
  19. 19. AVOIDING THE 6 HERBS Garlic, Onion family, Leeks, Chives, Shallots, Asafoetida. The entire Allium family of plants + Asafoetida gives meat their “aroma”. Without these, meat itself is bad smelling and tasting. If you are transitioning into a vegetarian diet, leave all these out in your meat cooking. For vegetarians, usage of these plants is optional. Dealing with “Cravings for meat etc.” 19
  20. 20. When there are two paths in front of us, we are hard- wired to take the easy way out. MAKE IT A HABIT TO FACE YOUR CHALLENGES and you will find that taking the path less treaded as a vegetarian is MOST REWARDING. FACE and GROW from CHALLENGES 20
  21. 21. You will LEARN: 1) To Find Creative Solutions To Problems. 2) To Face Difficult Situations and Overcome Them. 3) That “Difficult” is just a Mental Barrier. 4) To Face the Truth & Stand Up for What You Believe. 5) To Apply All the Above to Other Situations in Life. 6) So Much More! All This, by Simply, Not Giving Up on a Veg Diet. FACE and GROW from CHALLENGES 21
  22. 22. About the author of these slides: As of 2016, the author has been a vegetarian for 2 years and vegan for 12 years. ALL THE BEST in GOING and STAYING VEGETARIAN 22

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