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( Download Epub ) Ó One Bowl: A Guide to Eating for Body and Spirit ¼ A BOOK OF WISDOM THAT WILL INSPIRE YOU TO NOURISH BOTH BODY AND SPIRITWe live in an age where people are obsessed with what, where, and how much they eat To that end, One Bowl proposes a simple but extraordinarily powerful idea By adopting a single bowl as the vessel for your meals, you will become aware of the food you eat, how you eat, and the effects large and small of particular foods on your body and your spiritual and physical well being Author Don Gerrard guides readers through every step of the process of adapting to the one bowl philosophy of eating, including choosing a bowl, focusing on how, when, and what you eat, and being attentive to every stage of eating One Bowl is sure to strike a chord in everyone who aspires to rise above the controversy and focus solely on eating in a way that best nourishes their own body and soul Co worker loaned me this book to read The overall concept is good, and I definitely need to bemindful in this area But many of his ideas are very challenging if not impossible to implement if one eats away from home or with family members I have tried his method for 1 2 meals per day and find it helpful This will be especially helpful if you tend to overeat, but possibly less helpful if your issue is distraction. Written in 1974, this book uses a bowl as a method to bring mindfulness and moderation to eating The goal is to enrich our relationship with food and eating vs restrict foods or count calories A good read for someone exploring weight loss through mindfulness.Take your time to find a bowl that inspires you and fits easily in one hand Then use it for all meals at home You can eat whatever you like, just fit it in the bowl and eat it while paying attention to hunger, visual impressions, taste, Written in 1974, this book uses a bowl as a method to bring mindfulness and moderation to eating The goal is to enrich our relationship with food and eating vs restrict foods or count calories A good read for someone exploring weight loss through mindfulness.Take your time to find a bowl that inspires you and fits easily in one hand Then use it for all meals at home You can eat whatever you like, just fit it in the bowl and eat it while paying attention to hunger, visual impressions, taste, body sensations, mood, when you begin to feel full and how you feel after the meal Was that food or meal harmonious to your body Weight gain is a symptom that something is amiss, listen and listen with your body vs your head Isolate the external noise to hear the internal symphony Gerrard has us start a Food Awareness Journal and explore our relationship with food Who makes our food choices How do we relate to hunger How food affects our energy, mood and stability and choosing foods that support our health.So far, I m loving my bowl It s a very simple white bowl I bought from Cash Carry for 1.67, but it just feels right when I hold it in my hand At first it seemed so small and I worried about being hungry, but over the past two months I ve learned, my fear of being hungry is farcommon than actually being hungry The first 40 pages or so is him writing in circles about how great the system is without actually explaining what the system is As many of the of the other reviews state, the system can be explained in about 1 sentence, and doesn t need any entire book.