Have you ever noticed how magic lies in the subtle?
Exchanging eye contact with a sweet elderly woman on the subway.
Taking a deep inhale and slowly letting it go after turning in an important assignment at work. Relief.
Looking up at the full moon and feeling peaceful.
Seemingly small moments loaded with meaning and possibility.
In our relationships with food, the subtle matters too.
Many of us have picked up subconscious eating behaviors that don’t serve our highest good. Eating quickly, not chewing enough, flipping through Instagram at meal time…
These habits have profound affects. And often not the “good” kind.
They make you disconnected from your food, leaving you unsatisfied after you eat. Food might make you feel guilty or anxious. Maybe you’re a night eater or binge eater.
As you already know, this is not the route to freedom with food.
The good news? Positive yet subtle behaviors have an equally potent opposite effect.
I’m excited to share some of these powerful tools in my guest article “5 Lessons on Food and Freedom” published in Over The Moon Magazine.
I hope it lights something up for you.
Love and light,