What Does Discomfort Have to Do With Peaceful Eating?

As our world has changed, and technological advances have made our lives more physically comfortable – do you think we've become more intolerant as a society to discomfort? This thought occurred to me as I was supporting people in an eating disorders group, particularly around the concept of sitting...

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The Fight-Flight-Freeze Response And What To Do About It

Don't you find it fascinating when you have a plan, and then things don't go according to it? You could knock me over with a feather, each time – such is my surprise! You'd think that I was actually in control of things! That conversation, however is material for another post... Today is day...

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Lent and spiritual stagnation

I grew up in a very unreligious family. Born Greek Orthodox, our values were aligned to Christianity, but my father is an atheist, and my mother used to consult psychics, astrologers and numerologists. Church was reserved for weddings, Christenings and the occasional funeral. God was not a word we ever...

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Why I’m not writing a blog today

I've just got home from an awesome first session with a new client. We ventured into the space where time stands still and everything is known. It's almost too subtle an energy to be able to express in words, so I won't even try. What I can describe is my own experience of openness, deep gratitude,...

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I am not a perfect eater

I am not a Perfect Eater I want you to know I don't have it all handled. My life isn't perfect, and I'm not a perfect eater. I don't expect that to change, unless of course I change my definition of perfection, which I do do repeatedly because I forget! I think it's just perfect that this has arisen...

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