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Albert Einstein once said,
“The intuitive Mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the mind.”
I love this quote because it can be applied to the way we think about eating and exercise as a society today.
If you think about his reference to the “rational” mind in terms of being the side of us that wants to constantly go on the latest diet and that thinks adhering to a diet is the only way to come to our healthiest weight, then this rational mind is the faithful servant and it will be there to scold you when you’ve broken the diet rules and ate your feelings or when you didn’t complete your workout for the day.
The Intuitive Mind & body, is a sacred gift that every single one of us has been given and that we have forgotten how to use.
Our society, as the quote illustrates, thinks that they are better off following some “gurus” advice or following the latest diet craze than listening to their own body for information and that is precisely what gets us into trouble with our food and exercise relationship in the first place.
Your body is a wonderful instrument that speaks to you all the time. It can tell you when, where, what, and how much to eat or drink and how & when to move. No one, not a trainer, a scientist, a diet book author, or Weight Watchers can tell you how your body feels or what your body needs.
Keep that in mind when you’re feeling confused about what to eat.
You need to forget what you think you know about eating and exercise and come up with your own unique set of eating rules and information. And in my Heal Your Relationship with Food Mastermind, I’m going to show you how to do just that.
In my UnDieting program you’ll get my step by step methods for becoming an Intuitive Eater. You’ll heal your negative body image, and begin a new life free from food preoccupation and addiction.