Here is a selection of free resources for you to explore the relationship between food, mind and body.
If coaching or therapy is not an option right now, you can start from here.
However, if you are evaluating working with me, it’s an opportunity to explore the principles and beliefs which support my approach.
What will you find in here?
My selection of books, podcasts among other resources to help you or someone you know start the healing journey to make peace with food and your body.
The Mindful Body Playlist
A selection of video resources available on The Mindful Body YouTube Channel, covering topics such us:
Mindful eating practices
Developing Body Kindness…and more.
Listen to it anytime!
The Mindful Body Blog
A selection of my blog articles containing tips, food for thought, journal prompts and much more.
It will help you work on yourself at:
Sitting with your emotion without using food all the time.
Letting go of the diet mentality.
Develop kindness for yourself and your body.
Use the arrows to flick through them.
And read as many times as you need!
There’s no amount of food that can feed a hungry heart.
What is really pushing you to eat when you're not hungry?
All of us experience some form of eating in response to emotions, both positive and painful: it’s perfectly normal!
However, it might become a problem when eating is the only way you deal with emotions or stressful situations in your life or if it makes you feel bad about yourself most of the time.
Does eating leave you constantly feeling bad about yourself, guilty and worried?
Download the diary and start becoming aware of what makes you reach out for food and what your feelings around food look like.
Awareness is the first step towards healing!
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Inspiring resources to help you:
> Re-think the way you have been using food.
> Reflect on how diets might have influenced your current relationship with food and body.
Thanks so much for accommodating me, it was really helpful and enlightening. Overall, I have gained a sense of appreciation for myself and my efforts. That I have been doing well after all and have self-awareness. Thanks for showing me that.
After that, I bought a couple ice cream sandwiches yesterday and this time, I felt excitement and fondness instead of guilt. The ice cream sandwiches remind me of my younger days and my younger brother. Surely, I will enjoy it when I eat them at some point.
I also got myself a bunch of flowers to set near my lunch table because as you said, it is about making an experience out of it.
The part where you said that I should allow myself to fully enjoy really resonated to me and have been applying it to my life when I can.
Will do my best to keep it up.
Thanks for the notes and recipes too!
I guess I never really stopped and reflected before this.
Reflect on how my lack of confidence in many different situations is pushing me to just lose control over what I'm eating.
Surely, one thing that will stay with me is the iceberg.
That image you explained to me. It has helped realise there's so much going on for me. Neither me nor others can see it! At least until now.
Thank you Dona. It was very useful!