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When you turn to food for anything other than giving your body what it wants and needs, it is a symptom that there's more than physical hunger going on: an inner challenge.

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Hello, Body... Nice to Meet You

Would you listen to Your Relationship with Food Vol. II again? Why?

Again and again. This is a great meditation that I have used for the last three days in a row and will for some time until tuning in to my body is second nature.

Which character – as performed by Geneen Roth – was your favorite?

Geneen walks us through an opportunity to be inside the cells and various parts of our bodies. She invites us to get to know our body and tune into its wisdom. Quietly tuning to the location of sensations. We can then interpret whether what we feel is actually a physical sensation or if our mind is having a reaction to external cues.

Any additional comments?

I use this as a complement and practical application of a portion of the mindful inquiry techniques she mentioned in her book, "Women, Food and God."

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Great Exercise in Paying Attention to My Body

This auto recording really helped me to focus on my body and 'see' if I'm hungry or not! I loved the slow patient sound of Geneen's voice as she guided me through the mindful exercise.