If you’re anything like me, you probably have some kind of food issue come up around the holidays. It’s very common when we’re in the presence of tons of food (and family) and out of our daily eating routines. More than once I’ve forgotten all my spiritual tools and piled food on my plate until I was overstuffed. But enjoying this food-centric holiday doesn’t have to be full of anxiety, guilt, deprivation or overdoing it.
In the video below I share my #1 tool for having a spiritual relationship with food at Thanksgiving. Use this tool to eat in a way that nourishes you and lets you savor your meal. And if you want even more tools for the holidays, sign up for my Finally Full digital course!
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In this course I share all the tools that I used to heal my food issues and my relationship with my body.
Prayer and meditation helped me release my addictive patterns.
My commitment to personal growth helped me change my perception of my body.
And by strengthening my faith in the Universe I stopped relying on sheer willpower to get me through.
I am proud to say there is freedom from disordered eating and body image issues.
Our struggles with food can manifest in different ways: not eating enough, bingeing late at night after restricting ourselves all day, feeling guilty about every calorie, eating to avoid feeling, and so on.
Food has a way of driving us crazy during the holiday season especially. But you can have freedom.
Join me for Finally Full: A Workshop on Spirituality and Food. You can participate in this online course from anywhere with videos and audio downloads, and go at your own pace.
In the course, I talk about food addiction and body image issues and guide you to create a healthy spiritual relationship to food. I also share the wisdom I gained from my own spiritual recovery around food addiction. Sign up here!
Scroll down to discover my #1 tool for enjoying Thanksgiving with zero food anxiety!
How to Eat More Slowly and Mindfully
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