So what happened on last week’s show? Lian was with Rudi Kennard. Rudi is a Three Principles Facilitator and film-maker who has been travelling the world, interviewing other facilitators, teachers and people who have had their lives transformed through understanding the principles. In this show, Rudi’s talking about how breaking up with his wife Jenny allowed him to understand relationships and the human experience more deeply, so in this show we explored the truth about love and also loss.
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And this week’s show is with Molly Patrick. Molly is the co-founder of cleanfooddirtygirl.com. Molly’s expertise used to be drinking red wine and is now on the Whole Food Plant Based diet. She guides people on their journey of changing what, how and why they eat in a way that sticks. Losing weight, getting off from medication and falling in love with life is just a taste of what Molly has to offer.
In this show we spoke about what gets in the way of us having acceptance of our body and what Molly’s seen about how we can how to overcome our issues with body image and fall head over heels in love with our body instead.
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What you’ll learn from this episode:
- Molly found that for her taking steps to remove unhealthy habits from her life was what led to her falling in love with her body, whilst she was still drinking heavily she lack the clarity to see herself differently. It isn’t always necessary for it to happen in exactly that way or that order but as Molly said, seeing clearly is what allows us to see ourselves how we truly are.
- We don’t always need to follow a 4 step ‘how to’ plan to change, often simply having openness to something changing often seems to bring about an insight or an idea that allows that change to happen.
- Reconnecting to what’s more natural for humans, such as grounding our body in movement, connection to others and to nature, can be a powerful catalyst for feeling more love for our bodies.
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