The Zen Weight loss Remedy
What is Zen Eating?
The art of slowing down, observing your thoughts and eating what your body is actually begging for!
Do you remember the first time
you ate a meal and completely
forgot every bite?
You’re not alone. It’s called mindless eating.
We’re all about the opposite, zen eating.
Research tells us that we spend about half (46.9%) of our time with a wandering mind, drifting away from what we’re doing. This means that we’re not present half of the day, missing out on an entire half of our lives! The product of mind wandering is weight gain, obesity and the loss of connection to our body.
Zen eating is the act of deliberately paying attention to thoughts and sensations while we’re eating without judgement or attachment, allowing your mind to focus on the present. It helps you conserve the energy you’d lose when mind wandering and transform it into more productivity and, consequently, more happiness. It helps you focus your attention, observe thoughts and feelings and become more aware of what’s happening at the moment both internally and externally.
Isn’t Mindfulness Just Meditation?
When you hear mindfulness, a serene-looking yogi chanting mantra probably comes to your mind. Meditation and mindfulness are practically synonymous – but not the same. While meditation offers incredible benefits to those who practice it, mindfulness is something entirely different, but just as thrilling and helpful, if not more. Meditation may help you cultivate a more mindful life, but mindfulness is about being present and fully aware of who and where you are at the moment without being overly reactive or overwhelmed by it.
So, how do you become mindful?
The sole purpose of this website is to answer that question. Through my 3-day online Mindfulness Challenge, I teach different medication techniques and help you settle on one that works for your needs and personality. I help you cultivate present-moment awareness and as a result, reap the following research-backed benefits:
Tighten & Tone
Improve physical and mental health
You know how it starts. You drift off to sleep at a reasonable hour. Two