Meditation can be a refuge, but it is not a practice in which real life is ever excluded. The strength of mindfulness is that it enables us to hold difficult thoughts and feelings in a different way—with awareness, balance, and love.
During my yoga teacher training, my teachers often said that an injury is the best teacher. It forces you to take a hard look at your practice, see what your crutches are, where you need to improve, and, most importantly, how to adapt.
Do certain foods trigger overeating? If so, do you keep them out of the house and avoid them at all costs for preventative measures? Or do you keep them on hand to curb cravings and lightly indulge more often? Write about how both could be beneficial to your eating habits. Continue reading
How did it feel to eat intuitively yesterday? Did you find yourself able to make good decisions? Did you experience an anxiousness over not having a plan or food prepped? Is intuitive eating something that could be beneficial to you? Why or why not? Continue reading
How did it feel to eat with your non-dominant hand yesterday? How did it make you think or feel differently toward your food? Continue reading