What are The Benefits of Divine Dining?
Divine Dining is a conscious way to transform your mealtime. By working with Mindfulness, Meditation, Affirmations, and Crystals; you will be guided to be more conscious and aware of your eating.
Here’s a note by a recent Divine Dining participant.
“The Divine Dining Program taught me to sit and relax while eating and to savor my food instead of rushing through a meal. I was often guilty of leaving the table mid-meal to write a note or put something away. Now I have been treating each meal as a sensory experience.”
Many people ask me how Divine Dining can help them.
There are many benefits to this program and I’m so passionate about helping people to make positive choices in their lives and that includes incorporating a mindfulness practice into the act of eating.
We all need to eat, right? If you’ve had issues with food (and who hasn’t?); you might find the following list of benefits to be very helpful.
Here are some of the benefits:
~Aids with weight management
This is not a diet, but a supreme act of self-love- by teaching us to be kinder to ourselves
~Works in conjunction with any eating style
Remember, it is the intention that we put behind the act of eating that is most important.
~Activates a healthy digestive system
Chewing completely and thoroughly before you even swallow will help to stir the digestive juices.
~Encourages you to be in full control of WHAT you eat, (making healthy choices); WHEN you eat (noting times of day, between meals, etc) and WHY you eat (watch for emotional eating).
BUT YOU MUST HURRY~the CHALLENGE STARTS DEC 4th: CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE
I’m here to support you on this journey!
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