What would your Inner Hero eat for breakfast?

Superhero kid. Girl power conceptDo you know?
Can you find it?
It’s a subtle message.
That you only get when you’re really paying attention.

Early this year, I weakened my connection to my body,
And I would have had difficulty telling you what my inner hero would eat.

I remembered what it wanted last year, when I was very connected.
But this year I’m a different person and I hadn’t found out yet.

The best and quickest way for me to reconnect with my body
is to do a mindbodysoul cleanse.
It’s a program I developed from a variety of sources,
where I  detoxify my body by eating clean foods,
my mind by releasing outdated beliefs,
and my soul by regular meditation.

I finished my cleanse a week ago,
and achieved my goal.
My cleanse experience is always different, and I always get exactly what I need.

This cleanse, my body woke up to how it feels when I treat it like a hero.
I’m thriving on the cleanse and have decided to continue,
with a few modifications (read: chocolate),
as long as it feels amazing to me.

This morning, my daughter was eating a cheese bun for breakfast.
I remember loving the taste.
But as I looked at it, my body sent me a clear “NO” message.
I considered having a tiny taste.
And then I decided to honour my body’s recoil.

That’s how it works, this mind-body-soul connection
Your body sends you a message.
But it’s very subtle.
You really have to be paying attention to hear it.
And then you get to decide whether to honour it or not.

I honoured it today.
And while I was preparing my egg, avocado and spinach for breakfast,
This thought popped into my mind
This is what heroes eat for breakfast”.

I have no idea where it came from.
I almost looked around to see who said it.

My mind.
In sync with my body and my soul.

Confirming for me.
This is what it feels like to live in sync with yourself.

A hero.


About Forever Free with Bev Aron, Certified Weight Loss Coach

I work with emotional eaters who desperately want relief from emotional eating, but can't seem to do it on their own. They know they need to eat less and move more, but can't figure out why they aren't doing it. My specialty is showing them the why and the how. I also work with parents who are worried about their children's weight. I help those parents encourage their children to have a healthy body image and a healthy relationship with food.
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