The most effective eating plan for women....
The most effective eating plan for women, is to be so totally, fully immersed in her most true and honest life…
Because then she naturally releases her grip on food, and food releases its grip on her….
Her life can stop being a torturous game of ‘getting food right’…
She can remember food’s rightful place in her life, as something that fuels her God given gifts and life, and not an obsession that consumes her vital life force.
She can be so full of what truly sustains her creatively and spiritually, that she is naturally able to stop the over-consumption of all that will never truly fill her.
She can truly intuitively eat for her body’s vitality from a neutral place - hearing God speak to her through her body, rather than hearing dozens of insta gurus speaking about organ meats or fruit and mistaking it for ‘intuition’. Intuition isn’t between others and you— intuition is only between God and you.
But what changes first? The life or the food? Sometimes, we need to amend our food and follow a protocol, so that our body remembers what it feels like to be able to live, create and receive our life… never underestimate the power of an angel sent to help you heal.
Sometimes though, all we need is to be convicted enough and tired enough of living being consumed, obsessed and distracted that we say…. Enough.
Sometimes, one ‘Enough’ is more powerful than a 12 month program. Sometimes one ‘I want my life back’ is more powerful than consistently indulging our patterns and weaknesses.
Women— we are bombarded with messages and agendas daily intended to take us out of life and into deathly consumption and distraction. We have to care about and fight for our full and vibrant lives, MIGHTILY AND WITH FEROCIOUSNESS…. Nothing less in this day and age will do.
Peta Kelly for Body Luxury.
I needed to hear this today. Decades of being obsessed with getting my eating right, raw, vegan, vegetarian, food combining, keto , carnivore, all of it. Now at 58 after all this effort , time and , eating disordered agony menopause has left me broken down and overweight and utterly confused.
I ask myself:
What could I have done differently.
What impact did all this have on the outcome years later.
Now I’m considering 16:8 fasting
Yet another desperate effort to get control.
I don’t want to do it but my eyes see a fat out of shape body and I feel despair
I tried so hard through my 20,s 30’s into my 40,s