I am currently reading a book on mindfullness healing. This article on mindfullness in eating is a perfect example of how to use the technique to curb overeating, as well as really enjoying what you eat. Thanks for sharing, Laurie.
Edited by: TREATL at: 2/11/2012 (01:12)
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Excellent article. Thank you for sharing it. Mindful eating is an intrinsic part of a healthy lifestyle.
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I'd been under the impression that our notion of "mindful eating" in relation to weight control was loosely borrowed from Buddhism. The article expanded my limited understanding and makes the practice sound fulfilling in more ways than one. The Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh, probably best known for his book, "Peace Is Every Step," has a hand in the program described in the article.
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