Too Much Not Enough: What If Your Relationship With Food Were Your Path To Peace---Would You Take It Away?

The Work of Byron Katie and dissolving painful beliefs about relationships

Location: Center for Counseling and Psychotherapy Education London England W2 6NE W2 6NE
Start Date: 29 October, 2009 at 07:00
Finish Date: 31 October 2009 at 03:00
Leader: Grace Bell (View profile)
Cost: £255

Overeating, craving, stuffing, starving, dieting, bingeing, restricting, hunger, satiety, thin, fat, good, bad: who would you be if you no longer believed your stories about food and eating? The Work of Byron Katie is a method of powerful self-inquiry used to question stressful and painful beliefs about our lives and world. For more information about The Work please see www.thework.com. This course is also offered via teleconference regularly for groups of 10 people. The next one begins in November. Please see website www.gracebellassists.com for more details and to register.

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We begin Friday evening with identifying beliefs about food and move into exercises, including lunch exercises both Saturday and Sunday, that help us discover our system of beliefs around food, eating, the body and weight. Exercises include: Hungry or FullWhat It Means About Me; Thin and Fat---What Am I Assuming?; In Control/Out of Control; When I Eat When Im Not Hungry; What Is Missing In my Life Becaue of My Relationship With Food?; If People Saw The Real Me; What Is There Too Much Of, And Not Enough Of, Besides Food?

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