How Much Does Your Soul Weigh?: Diet-Free Solutions to Your Food, Weight, and Body Worries

A friend just recommended this book to me and it looks like the type of thing that I’m into. Those of you who have been with me for a while know about my journey with weight loss and subsequent regain. But what I learned with programs like Weigh Down and Thin Within, has stayed with me and has lead me forward. So what I’m reading here so far seems to go with that quite well.

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This ‘intuitive self care’ is what I as a Catholic Christian call ‘living a life of grace’. Allowing The Lord, to the best of my ability, to lead me forth in all areas of my life. Can’t wait to dig in further. I will keep you all posted. 😀

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  1. Cheryl B

    I just started reading it over the weekend and like what I’ve read so far. As I said on FB–I didn’t pay attention to the whole enchilada before–I just ate less. Which is why, I think, I have gone up and down on having success eating intuitively. I am really excited to see where this takes me. However, it is a bit scary, too. I have never been good at paying attention to me–what feeds my soul. The picture you posted of the chairs in the yard–looks like heaven to me. I have been trying to pay attention to what feeds my soul. It’s funny…I think I’ve always known what feeds my soul–just haven’t been okay with actually doing it.

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  2. That’s very interesting because that’s precisely the point that I’m at right now. I’ve embraced the ‘dying to self’ thing so tightly that I was getting to the point where I wanted to just die, period. 😥
    But I have a lot to live for still, so that means that things need to change.

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