Tag Archives: cleaneating

How to identify your inner motivation – IEWIN video blog 4

Why should we bother to learn to eat what we need? Why practise listening to our gut brains? Discovering our motivation gives us a reason to make changes in our lives, and remembering this motivation is what keeps us going … Continue reading

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What is your priority?

In life, we must make choices, decisions, as to how to spend our time and energy.  These are limited, so we must make time for some things and not others.  What we dedicate ourselves to, most frequently, could be called … Continue reading

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Could you drop the struggle?

  I had a very powerful group on Wednesday night with four wonderfully curious women.  I felt the power of their questioning.  We asked ourselves: Do I want to be here, on this planet? This is a really big question.  … Continue reading

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Reaching the limits of self-care

One thing that I have learned, as someone who has often used food as a mind-altering substance, is that I need to take good care of my mental health.  Taking good care of myself is really simple.  It’s about doing … Continue reading

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The days of crave

I am noticing a cycle that exists within myself. The cycle begins with an almost imperceptible shift, that happens somewhere in my mind.  My comfy brain, as I like to call it, seems to drift away somewhere.  Comfy brain feels … Continue reading

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Eating what you need: a spiritual practice?

I was listening to a friend tell a story about a woman (let’s call her Lucy) who was taking much more than her fair share.  She was, according to the story, manipulating her elderly parents into leaving her a large … Continue reading

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And after Easter – here comes the fear…

Fear. I am realising that my relationship with food and my body, can, at times, be a very fearful one. I have just returned from a lovely weekend at home with my family, which was beautiful.  Clean food, beautifully prepared … Continue reading

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