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Mindful eating

As someone who has struggled with disordered/ emotional eating and body image issues for years, discovering mindful eating has been a game-changer! 


What is mindful eating?

It's a revolutionary approach to eating that focuses on listening to your body's natural hunger, fullness, and satisfaction signals to guide your eating habits. It's NOT about wildly following your cravings. Instead, this approach is all about CONNECTION with yourself: it emphasizes self-care, self-trust, and self-awareness, and it can have transformative effects on both your physical and spiritual health.


Eating mindfully is not just about learning to listen to my body's hunger and fullness signals but also about letting go of the restrictive and punishing mindset that has governed my relationship with food for so long. I started to focus on eating foods that made me feel good and satisfied rather than obsessing over calorie counts or macronutrient ratios. I recognized all my cravings and learned where they came from. I also began to cultivate a sense of self-compassion and trust that my body knows what it needs and that I am capable of making healthy choices for myself.


As I continued to practice, I noticed other areas of my life shifting as well. One significant change was my decision to become a vegetarian. This was something I had never considered before. I had grown up eating meat and had never really questioned it, although I never truly enjoyed eating meat and fish: it was more a forcing myself into it because “it was good for me.” But as I became more in tune with my body and spirituality, I started feeling discomfort about consuming animal products. So I began researching all the meat consumption's health, environmental, and ethical implications. I realized that this was not aligned with my value, not honoring the interconnectedness of all beings and living in harmony with the earth.


Since embracing mindful eating and vegetarianism, my life has changed in countless ways. I have more energy and vitality and feel a greater sense of connection with my body and inner wisdom. I have also developed a more profound understanding and compassion for myself and others. Most importantly, I have found a way of eating and living that feels authentic and nourishing rather than restrictive or punitive.

Eating healthy, clean, vibrant, alive food has not only benefited my physical health but also helped me maintain high vibrations in my spiritual life.




Mindful eating is not a diet or a set of strict rules to follow. Instead, it is a process of self-discovery and self-trust that requires patience, openness, and curiosity. Here are some key principles of a mindful approach to food:


  • Reject the diet mentality: let go of the idea that there is a "right" or "wrong" way to eat, and instead, focus on what feels good and nourishing to your body.


  • Honor your hunger: learn to recognize your body's signals of physical hunger, and eat when you are hungry.


  • Respect your fullness: pay attention to your body's signals of fullness, and stop eating when you are satisfied.


  • Discover the satisfaction factor: eat foods that taste good and make you feel satisfied, rather than focusing on strict rules or restrictions.


  • Honor your emotions without using food: cultivate other ways of dealing with emotions, such as journaling, talking with a friend, meditating, or engaging in a self-care activity.


  • Respect your body: treat your body with respect and care, and let go of negative self-talk and self-criticism.


  • Focus on physical activity that feels good to your body, rather than using exercise as a punishment or compensation for food choices.

I can help you create a joyful and nourishing relationship with food!


In my mentorship programs and courses, I always incorporate my mindful eating knowledge, as what and how we eat plays a massive role in our overall energy and health.


I will share with you what I have learned in the past years on my spiritual path, and you'll get clear insights about: 


  • Tuning into the complex mind-body connection and learning to listen to and trust your intuition.

  • Paying attention to your body's signals and cues, eating slowly, savoring each bite, and paying attention to how the body feels, to tune into its needs and make more conscious and informed food choices.

  • Overcoming food guilt and shame about eating habits practicing self-compassion and acceptance, and viewing food as nourishment for your body, rather than something to be judged or feared.


  • Addressing emotional eating or turning to food as a way to cope with unpleasant emotions, identifying your triggers and cravings, and developing alternative coping strategies.


  • Developing a healthy, joyous relationship with good food, embracing a balanced and varied diet, rather than strict rules or restrictions. 

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