I hope you are having a nourishing week. I am trying a simpler format to share the conscious nutrition philosophy, programs, new videos and recipes. I hope you enjoy.
What kind of thinking do your practice? Are you more of a critical or analytical thinker, or are you a creative thinker and generate many ideas to come up with more than one answer?
I had a great conversation with a friend who just got a new job. The first day they shared their company’s vision and #1 rule was to consider everything. I was instantly intrigued.
How can we be a balanced, connected thinker, feel safe with our choices and stay in relation in the world ? Studying nutrition in college initiated the critical thinking aspect and was essential to my learning. Now, it is a combination of critical and creative thinking to assist my clients in their evolution.
I don’t know the step by step of how to become a balanced thinker. If you have any suggestions or feedback, please share.
I do know this, I am making the type of thinking that is connected to my knowing my life’s work and how I want to teach consciousness with food.
Your challenges for this week are:
- Try combining both of these types of thinking in a conversation with a friend. Especially a friend who you feel is the opposite type of thinker you are. I had two of these conversations already today practicing balanced thinking and noticed I felt less reactive and was a better listener.
- Try NOT being a critical thinker with a meal, try to be a creative thinker and come up with a meal that FEELS good. I bet it is even going to be healthy.
Also, please check out my video for my new favorite sauce, Chimichurri. Add it to roasted veggies, seafood, eggs, you name it. Recipe below.
Have a super churri week!
Heather Fleming, C.C.N.
Chop in a blender or food processor.