Nourish Your Whole Self
No matter your quest, desire, or wish, you will find this Nourish Your Whole Self card deck to be a guide for your eating journey. They will lead you down a path of nourishment rather than just nutrition, holding hands with you in inspiration and with information, while offering a dash of poetry and practicality along the way. There is such an intricate dynamic between how we live and how we eat. As you use these cards and start shifting your eating, you will find that you begin to dramatically adjust your lifestyle.
Similarly, if you alter any of the seven aspects of you that make up your emotions, thoughts, or your body, you will notice a significant change in your eating, too! By reflecting on a card’s written intentional phrase and inspiring image, you will develop new insights into your eating and/or life in general, ones that you had not had before. Sit with a card after selecting it, and let it nourish you completely. Feel the words and absorb the image in your seven areas, specifically in the area that the card addresses; the card’s color will indicate this area. I wish you a mystical, meaningful, and mindful path with food!
Deanna Minich, PhD, is an internationally known nutritionist, author, and educator with more than fifteen years of experience in the nutritional field. She has combined her traditional academic study of nutrition with her study of health, psychology, and spirituality to create Food & Spirit, an integrated healing approach to eating and living. Currently, she lives in Port Orchard, Washington, where she writes and teaches others about bodily nutrition and soulful nourishment.
For more information: Visit www.foodandspirit.com or contact Dr. Minich at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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