Is your Mouth of Chi blocked, cluttered or just plain messy? The Mouth of Chi* is a term used in Feng Shui*. It references your front door, the primary point of entry into your home (or office or cubicle), whether you favor that door or another. The Mouth of Chic is much like our physical […]
If you wish to drown, do not torture yourself with shallow water. ~ Bulgarian Proverb
This Beliefnet blogger is just back from teaching a week-long workshop (entitled: Our Lady of Weight Loss ~ Your Fat-Burning Journey to Sveltesville) and wants to know …
What are you tolerating? Putting up with? STOMACHING?
An Illuminating Question that LIGHTENS.
I promise you that as you take the time to be honest, be brave, look deep and write down at least 50 things that you are STOMACHING, you will be brought to a place where you can see, feel, experience and even taste your ‘lite.’
The things that you are STOMACHING are in your WAY.
Imagine all your tolerations as stones, twigs, and rocks – maybe even fallen trees – which you have essentially placed (tossed or thrown) onto your path; that you now unconsciously maneuver around.
These stumbling blocks slow us down and sap our energy. As you clear your path, you will build your ‘clear sailing muscle.’ It will become increasingly easier to recognize and to say no to anything that would slow you down.
Have Second Helpings.
Let the weight and heaviness of your tolerations go. Create an airy and spacious path. Have second helpings of fun and happiness.
Spread the word (NOT the icing!),
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Answer this question – and you might win! What’s your favorite movie food scene?
KITT Club member Kavana says, “I would say ‘life is like a box of chocolate, you never know what is in it’ from Forest Gump. It is the beauty of life to pick one and see what happens.”
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“[All Is Forgiven, Move On] offers a place to start, as well as ways of following the difficult path to keeping that weight off, forever. Taylor may seem one French fry short of Happy Meal, but when you think about what she’s saying it begins to make sense.” ~ Chicago Daily Herald