A beautiful book. Geneen knows how to nourish the heart! She renders each moment of this tale with illumination and flair, astonishing psychological and spiritual insight, and gorgeous writing. I was utterly blown away.
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Each course offers eight minute sessions. Enroll now and learn from Geneen at your own pace. Transform your relationship with food and your body in ways you never thought possible.
Course 1: Women Food and God Your relationship to food, no matter how conflicted, is the doorway to freedom. The Principles course is, quite simply, a guide for your life. Over the 8-part program, Geneen outlines the basic principles and many practices that are the foundation of her program for change and transformation.
Who should take this course? Take the Women Food and God course if you are seeing the following patterns in your own life. Have tried many diets, lost weight, and gained it back again and again. Struggle with your weight, your feelings about yourself, and your relationship with food. Use food to medicate, drown, or hide your feelings from yourself or others. Feel hopeless about ever being free from your obsession with food, eating, or your weight.
Have trouble believing in your own worthiness. Feel angry or ashamed with yourself because of the size of your body. You can stop struggling. You can end your battle with food. Beginning here.
Beginning now. Turn your painful relationship with food into one of freedom, joy and peace. Ready to get started? Already a registered? It maps the journey from the darkness of obsession to the pure sense of being in prose so insightful and astonishing it left me breathless. Geneen Roth is an international treasure, and her new book is a gift to us all. Women Food and God is absolutely mesmerizing. And loaded with insights which can change your life. Beautifully written, a joy to read, rich in both revelation and great humor.
Take this course if you are seeing the following patterns in your own life. You want to end your war with food, once and for all. You need to recognize and stop listening to The Voice of shame that tells you that who you are is too much or not good enough and that ending this war with food is not possible! Instead you will learn to treat yourself with the kindness and curiosity that will unlock your obsession with food. You feel a need to connect with life in the here and now, and understand what you are really searching for.
No matter how sophisticated or wealthy or broke or enlightened you are, how you eat tells all. Not in the long run. I want to teach you another way, a kinder way, a way that actually works. The content of the Online Courses will allow you to open a door to show you how to stop punishing yourself and rediscover your own loveliness — your own shine. Having been through this myself, I know that it can be daunting to leave your old ways behind. When we contact the part of ourselves that is fresh and alive.
We touch the life we truly want. We evoke divinity itself. Your relationship to food, no matter how conflicted, is the doorway to freedom. Love and many blessings,.
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Start free Blinkist trial Upgrade to Premium Read or listen now Synopsis Women, Food and God takes a close look at the complicated relationship women can have with food, particularly in how eating disorders reflect deeper issues than a superficial concern about flat stomachs. Key idea 1 of 9 Suffering can lead to eating disorders, but it can also lead to spiritual insight. In the case of the author, Geneen Roth, her suffering as a child lead to her eating disorder. Naturally, this led to weight gain, which caused Roth to see herself as unlovable. This led to her following a strict diet for weeks or months at a time. But, of course, these plans routinely fell apart: Sooner or later she would experience an emotionally disturbing event, which could range from a fight with a sibling to an unkind look from a stranger in the street.
When Food Is Love: Exploring the Relationship Between Eating and Intimacy
Shelves: psychology-sociology , own-hardcopy , verifyown This book is nominally addressing the issue of replacing love and security with over eating. It is honest, heart felt, and a very well This book is nominally addressing the issue of replacing love and security with over eating. It is honest, heart felt, and a very well written. The author share the most intimate moments of fear, love, vulnerability, and epiphany from her own experience allowing the reader to see a change of perspective that can, in turn, help them change the way they think and feel about love. I was recommended this book by a nutritionist who finds the greatest hurdle for her clients in eating healthy are usually emotional hurdles. But once I read it, I sent copies to half a dozen people I love.