[EPISODE] What is the True Sustenance of Life? Food or Love?
Join Elizabeth Tripp as she explores the true source of optimal health and well-being.What keeps you healthy and happy? Is food what truly sustains your well-being and peace of mind? Is it possible to walk with radiance, optimal health, and have nutritive relationships while just watching what you eat?
JUST IN TIME FOR VALENTINES! If you truly love someone, you buy them chocolate, wine, and a dinner out — don’t you?
Does food = Love?
Let’s investigate the true sustenance of life and all the amazing things that come along with living… is it what you feed your body or what you serve your soul. Think about this: Could food just be just a fuel for living. That’s all — nothing else.
We will be exploring…
How what you eat and drink is a reflection of the love you can give yourself and others.
Looking deeper at how your behavior with food influences your relationship with yourself and those close to you
How getting to the root of past pain uncorks a wealth of vitality that sustains a lifetime.
Could letting go of the past be the key ingredient to having a lifelong nourishing relationship with food, your body, and your special someone?
Unearth how being TOO healthy is NOT conducive to a long-lasting and vibrant relationship with your mind, body & soul.
Discover the power that resides in nurturing a source of love from within and how this creates a long-term healthy lifestyle.
Tune in to learn more!
Permanent solutions to your life issues.
Review of Last week: Letting go means you can share with others what you are free from. The moment you can talk about it is the absolute moment that you are free.
This week: Food is a tool for us to learn and grow. Food is a way to comfort ourselves, to create padding in order to hide the pain. Our body loves to tell us when we are out of balance.
The question of today’s show: What is the true sustenance of life? What keeps us truly happy and feeling vibrant?
-Sophie shares about her struggle to let go of never having a valentine.
-Elizabeth explains to everyone out there that is in the same boat to think of three things that you love about yourself and bring out those three things on the Valentines day Holiday.
-Relationships you have with food tells a lot about yourself.
-How you eat is how you feel about yourself
– Ashley shares that she is free of the need to control others and she is free from living in the past and the future. She lives in the present moment.
-Have you ever showed your loved one that you love them through food?
Definition of love: validation and co-dependency and cooking
Story: Had a soul connection with a married man. She loved his attention because it made her feel happy. It was hard to accept the fact that he had a partner. She was looking for him to make her feel special and whole. She was not being herself. But at some point, she knew she needed to set a boundary. By setting that boundary, she finally was able to trust herself. She was able to grow and become a much more powerful teacher.