Thanksgiving is just a few days away. This holiday always kicks off a season of big meals, family get-togethers and parties.
And for many of us, that means food anxiety. The holidays can send us back to old patterns of controlling, depriving, bingeing and more.
You can find food peace.
But it doesn’t have to be this way. You can find peace with food and with yourself. You can eat mindfully and release the need to control. You can stop obsessing and instead feel relaxed at meals.
I want to show you how. So in this post I’m sharing some videos on spiritual eating from my Finally Full digital course.
Check out the videos below for my spiritual eating tips and get a taste of what Finally Full is like. (One note: I filmed this course live in a yoga studio space. You’ll notice I’m wearing a turban, which is a traditional element of Kundalini yoga.)
When you decide to heal, you experience the richness of life
You can experience life in all its fullness. It’s not always easy, but if you show up for yourself and you’re willing to heal and learn and grow, there is so much waiting for you.
Are you ready to trade fleeting highs in order to live fully?
Choosing greatness means taking on a sacred responsibility. It means saying no to self-sabotage.
When we deprive, obsess or numb out, we cut off our connection to spirit
How do we avoid and control feelings we don’t want to feel?
Controlling and obsessing around food is another way that we block our inner guidance system.
Spiritual surrender includes food and eating. If you’re trying to so hard to CONTROL food, control eating, control your body, you obsess and you think about food 24/7.
When you find peace with yourself, you’ll have peace with food
Great healing is available to you.
Get my spiritual eating guidance with Finally Full
However your food issues pop up in your life, and even if they seem to run your life at times, you can create a healthy spiritual relationship to food and yourself. I’m here to help.
Finally Full is my most intimate course. You’ll feel like you’re there in the room with me as we get real and heal.
Resources for eating disorders
If you think you may need more help than I can provide in my Finally Full course, check out the resources below. This post and this course aren’t substitutes for medical care. If you’re concerned about your health or eating habits, make an appointment with your doctor or talk with a trained professional.
- The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) has a toll-free helpline that offers support, resources and treatment options.
- The National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD) also offers a toll-free helpline and other resources for people with eating disorders and their loved ones. They also have a treatment directory where you can find support groups, therapists, inpatient treatment and more.
- The website bulimia.com offers a list of more hotlines you can call for support and resources.