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I’m so happy to share that the “Eat to Love” audiobook is available now and that it was narrated by…ME!
Here’s a sample for you: http://bit.ly/eattoloveaudio
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W I S D O M:
Here’s the last of our six paramita videos – the paramita of wisdom.
Wisdom is where it all comes together. Where you integrate your Eat to Love path with your every thought, word, and action. That doesn’t mean always “getting it right” or never having a negative thought about or experience on your path.
It does mean trusting yourself, your body, your judgment, and the path in general. To navigate each moment with attention, intention, and compassion.
You got this!
M E D I T A T I O N:
The fifth in our series of six paramitas – the paramita of meditation.
This is the one! This is the beginning, middle, and end of our path – a meditation practice that provides the foundation for everything we do on our Eat to Love path and in life in general.
E X E R T I O N:
Here is our fourth installment in the series of six – the paramita of exertion.
Without the drama of diets, how do we maintain a sense of connection and motivation and even excitement about our path? The paramita of exertion creates a framework within which we can keep our Eat to Love path fresh and front of mind.
P A T I E N C E:
Here is the third installment in our series of six paramitas – the paramita of patience.
Patience is exactly what you would expect: letting things happen in their own time. This is not a passive experience, however, and requires great attention, compassion, and a willingness to work with whatever obstacles arise. Our obstacles, in fact, form the true path to Eat to Love.
D I S C I P L I N E:
Here is the second video in our series of six – the paramita of discipline. It’s not what you think.
I know that the diet mentality is all about a militant form of discipline where there are rigid rules and punishment for not following them. But discipline in the Buddhist sense is about coming back to the present moment again and again. And it’s about discerning both what is happening in real time and what is truly needed. It is a gentle form of discipline that is concerned simply with the true nature of reality.
G E N E R O S I T Y:
Generosity is often thought of as giving to others – and the six paramitas in general are a framework for working with others. But here I suggest we view ourselves as a “beloved other” in order to overcome barriers to being kind and generous to ourselves. We do this at first by connecting to the pre-thought, pre-judgment purity of the senses and have a willingness to give our human bodies what they need. Once we do this, we can explore generosity more expansively.
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