Dieting and Eating Disorders

Dieting and Eating Disorders

I talk with women every day about their relationship with food and their bodies, emotional eating, feeding what they are truly hungry for, and connecting with the Divine Feminine that dwells within them. We consistently focus on positive self-image, self-confidence, self-love, feminine power, and honoring the body as a sacred temple. We explore ways to move into their power with dance, embracing all of their senses, practicing gratitude, getting in synch with Nature’s cycles, and reaching out to their sisters. These are some of the tools we need to achieve a healthy, balanced, spiritually and emotionally fulfilling life. Young women who are introduced to these concepts in early years can come to appreciate their divine nature as adults, and what a blessing that would be!

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DR Radio: Interview with Kathryn Holt - Expressing True Hunger

DR Radio: Interview with Kathryn Holt - Expressing True Hunger

My guest today is inspirational psychotherapist, teacher, and writer, Kathryn C. Holt. Kathryn is here to here to help us remember that when we are in the place of stuckness, confusion, and fear, this does not mean something has gone wrong or that we have to keep it all “together” to prevent disaster. She is here here to help us remember that the wisdom of these experiences are powerful catalysts and signals that our innate wisdom is waking up.

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DR Radio | Interview with Karen Koenig: How to Make a Full Recovery from Emotional Eating

DR Radio | Interview with Karen Koenig: How to Make a Full Recovery from Emotional Eating

After three decades of applying her ideas in therapy, Karen Koenig ’s clear and centered and an expert in making the healing process crystal-clear. On this episode of Divine Renewal Radio, we’ll be talking about primary and secondary emotions, the importance of embracing all feelings with loving curiosity, and how to rid ourselves of the false moral judgments society imposes on food. She’s an expert in freeing yourself from the diet cycle and the harmful, limiting concept of food as an addiction.

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