Do you assume you have to eat when you feel hungry? Most people do. Do you feel compelled to preempt hunger pangs by filling up at regular intervals? How's your relationship with your body? Comfortable? Or not so much? Do you sense your body is telling you it's “not happy Bob?” If you'd like to create greater ease with your body, rather than filling it up with food on auto-pilot 3-6 times a day, wait until you notice you're hungry, then ask “Body, what are you hungry for?” Certainly, your body may require food. In which case, then ask “Body, what would you like to eat?” and notice what comes to mind, or what menu item your eye is drawn to first. Or it may be hungry for something else, like movement, warmth, attention, nurturing, sex or touch? What if hunger pains were your body enjoying and adjusting to the extra space, like a sigh of relief from the density of the food it didn't really desire?
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