Really, you are completely right.
Wonder what SWAMI looks at to determine "receptor" and "thrifty"?
The book (and the general information in my report) puts Warriors in as "thrifties" but my report says that I'm actually a "receptor". The diet seems to have more "receptor" -type foods, the exercise is more "thrifty" oriented, but I can tell you unequivocally that the good Doctor has it right that meditation is good for whatever "us" is (or should it be whoever "we" am?
). I must, must, must have that time alone, by myself, isolated, uninterrupted, every single solitary day.
The report answered some important questions I had such as whether preparing condiments at home with compliant ingredients was acceptable, and the Geno Harmonic foods section will be a BLAST for this recipe writer! That's just the sort of thing that will be so worth the price of admission. Beer is an avoid in the report; however, malt syrup and (according to the book) brewing yeast are ok. Belgian beers are all about letting the amazing Belgian yeasts work their magic on pure malt extract--malt syrup. Presto-change-o and I'll bet homebrewed Belgian beers would become at least black dot for me.
In many ways, this report will expand my food choices over the ones I had been restricting myself to before.
Exercise is going to be my big thing. I've got such spinal problems and I register as having no vestibular function at all (although the nurse who explained the computer readout said there was probably some residual function just too low for the machine to pick up).
OH WELL. I'll do what I always do: Figure something out.
I'm on an eternal quest to experience quests. SWAMI will be quite a marvelous quest to be sure!