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Putting the Fork Down
January 29, 2013
Putting The Fork Down
you empty. He will replace everything you lost. If He asks
you to put something
down, it's because He wants you to pick up something
Many of us are unwilling to put down the fork,
it may be killing us. We
like being able
to eat anything we want and in the amounts we want. Eating
too much gives us a rush of pleasure and excitement. Deep
down, many of us don’t want to
change our ways. Or maybe we’re afraid to. Overeating has
been a way of life, a
hobby, a companion, a comfort, and a way to socialize with
others. Giving up
this behavior may seem too tall of an order. If we’re not
overeating, what are
we going to be doing with ourselves instead?
We are being called to grow into our full
potential. We need
to ask God, our Higher Power, or inner wisdom to reveal the
plan for our life. All we really
need to know is the next step. As we progress along our
journey, more will be
revealed. We need to trust that we will be shown the way. We
must stay open and
willing to receiving the answers. We do that by asking for
guidance in prayer
Today, I ask my Higher Power to reveal the plan for my life, trusting that I will be shown what I need to know for now.
Does my life lack meaning and purpose?Am I using overeating as a substitute for not having the life, job, or relationships I truly want?
Have I settled for meaningless pleasure because I
lack the confidence to go after my dreams?
Am I willing to give up my overeating so that I can
grow and develop into my higher potential?
Inspirational Quotes and Thoughts by Catherine L.
I am open and willing to receiving the answer one step at a time.
I trust that my life is unfolding according to a
I am willing to put the fork down so that I may grow into my full potential.
Read more about affirmations here.
If so, you may be a
candidate for coaching. Coaching
can make the difference between success and failure.
I have found that people who struggle with food and emotional eating are released from that prison once they learn the skills of mindful awareness and mindful eating, emotional self-nurturing and learning to set appropriate limits and goals. This turns off the urge to overeat and engage in other compulsive behaviors. When you feel better, you eat better! I have walked this path myself, and it has led me to peace and freedom.
philosophy is simple: We are all born whole, perfect and
complete. You have all that you need inside of you. It has
always been there, waiting for you to find it. It is your
divine birthright. My work is to teach you the skills to
reconnect to this place of wisdom. This becomes the pathway
back home to your thinner self.
simply a guide, lighting the path for you to find your way
back into your natural state of joy and balance.
The goal of my coaching is to create a lighter, balanced, healthier, nourishing and joy-filled life. You will begin to see results in all areas of your life because How You do Food is How You do Life!
and mentor people in the areas of: permanent weight loss, food
addiction, compulsive, emotional overeating, binge eating
recovery, authentic, creative self expression, spiritual
direction, mindfulness, meditation, self care and stress
management, self esteem and body image issues.
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I hope you have enjoyed my newsletter. Drop me a line and let me know how you are doing. I love to hear your success stories. I will publish the good ones in future editions of my newsletter.
Catherine L. Taylor's
How You do Food is How You do Life!
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