Feed your Body, Nurture your Soul, Change your Habits.


Being Present, Learning How to BE, and Think Differently.

Have you ever found yourself wondering why you are doing things, thinking a certain way, wanting so much to make a change but finding yourself constantly lost in not knowing? Or you find yourself at the end of the day realizing that something you felt was important ended up not happening? Our mind gets lost over and over again. We get caught in thought patterns that keep us stuck. We can become so stuck in our old thought patterns that they literally run our lives and change seems like the last thing possible. Well, neuroscience tells us that this is what automatically happens unless we bring mindfulness to our actions, and to how we feel and think. 70% of our thoughts are negative and 90% are a repeat of the day before. Wow…right?

We need to get to know ourselves and with that awareness we can practice being with ourselves in a whole new way. By examining your current beliefs, thought patterns, and developing a new perspective, you will create a new relationship to yourself, to your environment, the people you engage with — and how you eat.

Our emotional landscape can be quite vast. We might find ourselves feeling empty inside, or confused and overwhelmed. Or maybe filled with fear, anger, or sadness and depression. How can we break through to break free? How can we come back to ourselves? The way we are naturally supposed to be where we can live with joy and a sense of freedom from worry and “life exhaustion”. How can we change our relationship to our suffering and come into a compassionate relationship with ourselves and others? In today’s stressful world we live in separateness from our Self, our spirituality, and people around us. To regain the wholeness of who we are as human beings we must enter into a process of reconnecting to ourselves from a place of love and compassion. We must come into right relationship with our truth, then change how we care for ourselves so we can live the life we long to live.

Let us reflect on what is truly of value in life, what gives meaning to our lives, and set our priorities on the basis of that.
— The 14th Dalai Lama
Being mindful is a way of living, which brings a sense of calm, even in the turmoil of life
— Jeanette Bronée