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Many people struggle with mindless and unconscious eating. If you are challenged with making healthy choices and want to have a deeper understanding of emotional eating; The Divine Dining Method helps you to understand your individual patterns. Easy steps to develop and enhance mindful eating practices. In order to get where you want to go, it's important to begin where you are.
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How often do you listen to your body? Do you consistently make food choices that are not aligned with your intentions of living a more healthy lifestyle?
I’ll admit, that I’ve struggled with food issues for most of my life. I’ve always used food as a reward to make myself feel better. But, like most behaviors that are not physically or emotionally healthy- I knew something needed to change.
As the founder of the Living Lotus Group and a Transformational Life Coach who helps people to align with the life they want, I studied various ways of personal development. One of the recurring themes with the clients I worked with was always about people not living in alignment with their thinking and their behavior. What this means is that people who say they want to eat more healthy foods, yet .
I created the Divine Dining Method back in 2008 and began teaching workshops to help people who struggle with food issues to learn conscious and mindful ways to eat- so they learn to have a healthier attitude toward eating.