Find some food today with which to truly engage in mindful eating.
Please don’t let this pass you by, make it your
Eat slightly slower than normal and give yourself the chance to really taste the food.
Consider all the people and natural elements like wind, dirt, rain and sunshine that went into creating this food that is now being used as nourishment (and maybe joy).
Research has shown that our brains have a natural negativity bias, more prone to attend to what’s difficult. Take this moment to create some balance and prime your mind toward the goodness in your life.
Make this a practice and watch the ripple effects unfold.
Elisha Goldstein, PhD
Eating watermelon photo available from Shutterstock