Awareness through Eating

We are what we eat

Whether we eat out or have groceries delivered with recipe cards, the food we eat is the invisible pathway of an immediate experience and it forms future eating habits.  The past defines the culture of our eating lifestyle and is the source of eating habits and cravings.

Environment created by food choices

When hearing the use of the term environment one’s thoughts may immediately go to the forest, sky, ocean, animals and plants.  Many of us many not consider food as part of the environment as a stimulus influencing physical movement and  mental and emotional states of being.   Each body function requires differing nutritional values to reach its potential health and wellness.

Food choices creates future food choices

Exploring a somatic eating plan cultivates and deepens connection to understanding the influences of food and how one feels physically mentally, emotionally and spiritually.  This integration is a pathway to wiser choices, responses and relationships with food, ourselves and nature.

Awareness through Eating

Foods elusive qualities

The focus of Awareness through Food is on cultivating somatic awareness in the relationships between foods and physical, mental, emotional, perceptual, cultural and spiritual bodies.  In eastern traditions this awareness is cultivated through a strong container of behaviour to focus inward and reflect when handling and eating food.  One particular group, Emissaries of Divine Light modeled a direct relationship of appreciation and loving kindness from farm to table in their programs.

In the following two introductory  retraining the brain programs the pathway reflects you and your direct experience, versus a set of principles laid down by an authority as incontrovertibly true. The principal here is like walking an ancient labyrinth into the core of ones direct experience and integrating this presence on the journey out.   These easy guides are the labyrinth pathway designed to reduce the inner mental gym of the left brain and increase the right brains need for exploring ones alignment with nature and self.

Waking up

Two simple Eating Plan choices to introduce nature and function, consciously break old food habits  & to focus attention upon

2 Easy Steps on how to get started with introductory programs

Step #1  Choice:  Choose Simple Daily Guided Eating Plan

Step #2 Commitment:  Get started on 3 Part Food Lifestyle Coaching  

Part #1:  Intro to Guide

  1. Intro to intentional food focusing & mindfulness
    • Explore food & function

Part #2:  Food & Lifestyle Coaching

  • Empathy Coaching
    • Weekly check in for integration & support
      • Explore mental stories creating  emotional blocks

Part #3:  Accountability Coaching

  • Accountability check in for stimulating self-confidence & inner connection
    • Choice of daily or weekly

@Inside Awareness Self-Mastery Eating Program

One month Awareness through Eating Somatic Food Coaching

Eating plan and workbook Intro to intentional food focusing & mindfulness, Empathy Coaching, Weekly check in Accountability check in


Healthy eating lifestyle  integration programs to trigger your inner switch to ‘less in more.’

Programs are practical and doable techniques of integration and experience of somatic education and functional integration as presented through the practice of the  Feldenkrais Method, Nonviolent Communication, Subtle Energy & Urban Feng Shui, and Buddhist Mindfulness Meditation.

@InsideAwareness Master Program Series

  • Inquire about optional Steps for building success

    • Investigate how surroundings can create success at home or office
    • Investigate movement awareness with a focus on function that can free up unconscious limitations

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Awareness Through Living Mentoring Programs Available:

 1st Level – Getting Started (Introduction & Pattern)
 2nd Level – Getting Intouch (Experiencing & Connection)
 3rd Level – Integration (Embodiment)

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