Feelings are not always Truths

“I intermittently fast, but when I hit rock bottom, I just eat anything. Not healthy. Just whatever is around.”

When you transition to eating healthy and look at it as a way of self-punishment rather than an act of self-care and love, you lose the true meaning and purpose of your journey. You think of your 16-hour fasting as a way of depriving your body of the essential nutrients it needs to survive. Even though that’s not the case at all.

👉Fasting grants your body:
👉Time to heal,
👉A space to breathe,
👉Permission to Detox
👉And Spiritual Strength

But all that is invisible and often uncomfortable because your normal way of numbing your authentic self is blocked and you have to learn to be with how you really feel and who you really are. You are turning your long hours of fasting or working out into self-destruction, turning your healthy food into a punishment, just because you believe that you are not worthy of beauty, joy, or a healthy lifestyle. Feelings are not always truths.

That’s why we need to look at the emotional-spiritual roots of overeating because these emotions are blocking your way to creating and sustaining a healthier body.

Join our 3-month container, starting on 19th January, and learn how to cut the emotional ties and subconscious blocks that stop you from loving yourself to the body you deserve.


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