Poetry and Appetite
I have sat with many clients, helping them to figure out how to stop binging on candy.
A neighbor drops off a beautiful bowl of freshly picked peaches. Lawrence’s immediate thought is that when Frieda comes home, she will eat, not one, but the whole bowl. He took some pleasure in his thoughts, and even more pleasure when she did devour all of the fresh peaches.
To me, there is a raw sensuality, even poetry in Freida’s obvious delight. Can you imagine a woman, or her lover, waxing poetic on social media, about eating a whole bowl of peaches? No. No. No.
Freida’s binge feels poetic, even sensual, but certainly not shameful.
There is only a short time in the year when the fruit ripens on the tree and one is lucky to be near enough to enjoy any fruit at its pinnacle of flavor.
It is the magic moment when fruit tastes like art.
Binging on ubiquitous store-bought candy feels very different.
Catalyst for Emotional Change
I have been using hypnotherapy and EFT for almost twenty years. I’ve taught and or presented at Virginia Mason’s Bariatric Support Groups, Highline Community College, Getty Images, DSHS, and Living Lite Weight Loss Program.
I have developed special programs for Body Image, Sugar Addiction, Making Peace with Your Food, and led Break up and Divorce Support Groups.
Working one on one, with someone like you, to facilitate change, is what I love best. Use the button below to connect us now.
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Let Sugar Go
Two hypnosis recordings designed to change your relationship with sugar. These recordings are a game changer. Listen before you go to sleep and let your mind do the work for you.
The Candy Craze
“Consuming sugar produces effects similar to that of cocaine, altering mood, possibly through its ability to induce reward and pleasure, leading to the seeking out of sugar.”