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Eating the Wise Woman Way
A Women Only Group

Remember you are a Goddess! Fast food and poo on a plate won’t do! Believe in your beauty! YOU ARE STUNNING! This world will suffer if you’re not at your best, brightest and most fulfilled.

I will suffer if you don’t shine. When you build a daily practice of honoring yourself, thoughts rearrange. The negative hot air loses power as the truth posies push through. Got it sparkle puss?

As Wise Women, we "can" have eating experiences that fulfill our whole person...Mind, Body and Spirit.

The first step is to replace the goal of losing weight...with the goal of having a soulful relationship with food.

Our goal is to have a healthy body and a healthy life! As well as being realistic in our goals and being at peace with food.

Fear less, hope more;
Whine less, breathe more;
Talk less, say more;
Hate less, love more;
And all good things are yours.
~Swedish Proverb~

"When a woman's heart isn't at peace, she can't invest
her time, creative energy, and emotion in anything else.
She can't focus. All of a woman's spiritual, creative,
and sexual drives - her power - emanates from her heart."
~Sarah Ban Breathnach

Caution: Dieting may be hazardous to your soul!!!
It is not the troubled soul that causes eating
struggles but it is the Way of Dieting that troubles the soul.


Goddess Blessings!
GrannyMoon
GrannyMoon@goddessschool.com

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