You might remember the old Alka-Seltzer commercials: “I can’t believe I ate the whole thing!” Alka-Seltzer is a remedy for indigestion; so is mindfulness.
If you have taken a mindfulness-based meditation class, you may have been introduced to the famous raisin experiment where you eat a single raisin slowly, mindfully.
For many of us, food is a prison, a chain around our waists, a burden, a struggle, and leaves us with a sense of helplessness and dependence.
A definition of mindful eating is “eating with awareness of your body’s needs and preferences.” Let’s focus on the word “awareness.”
If you are a bride (or know one) who is having a hard time coping with all the wedding prep, here are 3 mindful tips to ground you.