Tag Archives: food addiction
At IEWIN, we are often working with our food thoughts. The thoughts that drive us to eat through habit, compulsion or overwhelm. We practise holding space for these thoughts. Allowing them to be, choosing to eat or not eat. Making … Continue reading
I love the feel, texture and taste of food in my mouth. Who doesn’t?
I also love the feel, texture and taste of peace and spaciousness in my brain.
Which do I want more? Continue reading
‘Tis the season to be jolly, tra-la-la-la-la, la-la-la-laaaaaaaa… It’s CHRISTMAS! If, like me, you are a sensitive eater, ‘tis the season to be… -surrounded by food, stimulating food, processed food, everywhere you look -picking at food, all the time (it’s … Continue reading
Being curious is about being your own detective. You are interested in what you consume (food, drink, media, self talk…) and the effect it has on you. Through curiosity, we cultivate supportive behaviours that make us feel well, and we … Continue reading
What does it mean, when we create space in our minds? To create space is to give yourself the gift of a new thought or behaviour. To create space is to re-wire your brain, through your conscious attention, and the … Continue reading
“The body loves gentleness” – Sandra Sabatini. When I speak of eating a mostly plant-based diet, and generally sticking to non-stimulating foods, what I often hear is this: Wow, you must have so much self-control! I’m happy to eat … Continue reading
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