Master the art of receiving to heal your emotional eating
You are a go-getter, full of determination and strength.
But can you give yourself permission to receive?
For example, when someone gives you a compliment…
Do you drink it in like sweet nectar allowing it to nourish every cell of your being?
Or do you dodge and deflect it like a speeding bullet?
Or worse, do you correct the person who gave it to you?
What about with food?
Do you allow yourself sacred time and space to rest, replenish and receive its nourishment?
Or do you eat too much too fast, transforming nourishment to suffering?
The women I work with are so capable and strong when it comes to doing and giving. But when it comes to receiving, especially for themselves, that’s where they really struggle.
In order to truly heal your relationship with food and yourself, you must learn and master the art of receiving.
I know this can be hard for you because you are so used to having to have it all together all the time.
You already know so much about food, health, and nutrition that you’re fed up, frustrated and wondering, “why can’t I figure this out for myself?!”
You keep cycling through shame, “I’ve tried so many things, and I’ve struggled with this for so long.”
Then rage, “I can help other people do this for themselves, but I can’t do it for myself!”
It’s time to break this cycle by opening your heart and mind to receive aligned support.
Our connection will re-energize your soul.
You no longer have to carry the weight of the world on your shoulders.
It’s time to hand it over, right here right now.
Then, allow yourself to receive.
In service to your freedom,
P.S. A few days ago, I was watching an interview with Misty Copeland about her new book “Black Ballerinas.” Misty is the first African American woman to be promoted to principal dancer with the American Ballet Theater. I’ve always been tremendously inspired by her.
In the interview, she said, “[With anything] I truly believe if you are committed, and you have the right people around, the right teachers, the right support, that anything is possible. Having mentors and being open to accepting guidance, that’s what people should be prepared for.” Click here to apply for support and let’s heal your relationship with food and yourself.