My Day 7 felt nice and simple, compared to my Day 6. A trip to Phoenix the day before really made me exhausted. I love Phoenix sometimes, like in the months of December, January, February, and March. The rest of the time I don't think about it too much. My entire family lives there so it is nice to go down once in a while for holidays and to visit my grandmother. My sleep has been pretty horrible the entire time of the cleanse, so I was so happy when I got a nap of the seventh day. My energy was bouncy after the nap. It gave me the rest I needed to continue with my day. I lost another pound which is wonderful, and I feel lighter. All around, I feel lighter. Earlier in the cleanse, my mind felt like my life was in review, and now, my mind just feels clear and free. This is a very welcome change, because I don't like feeling strange in my own life. Have you ever felt that way? Like an outsider in your life? Well, I am sure that we all have felt this way sometime. I exercised 45 minutes by taking a walk outside in the night time under the moon. It amazed me that when we look up at the darkened sky, we are actually looking into the past. The night time and the darkness is only for us to rest and restore, and for the past to sparkle our own knowledge. Whatever we see in the dark, it is already happened in the past. All the stars and planets that we see with the naked eye is only a reflection of the past light. Very fascinating. Day 7 was a day of great gratitude, and my heart felt open to everyone and everything. I don't really have much more to say. Namaste.