The Art Of Feeding The Soul With Stacy Lynn Floyd

So, I have a confession to make: I still eat junk food. Yes, I stopped drinking, I meditate every day, and I try to be mindful and have awareness. When it comes to food, though, I’m still not in the process of feeding my body with the best it requires.

Well, maybe I am. I’ve always tried to listen to my body and went for the nourishment that I thought I needed. But it’s no easy task letting go of some unhealthy habits and addictions that reflect emotional issues when it comes to food.

I have been reluctant to look into my eating habits and discover a link between those and my physical and spiritual health; although I have taken some detox diets in the past and experienced the countless benefits of it. It has been a problem of mine to embrace more mindful eating habits.

Speaking with Stacy has surely made me acknowledge that it might be time to look into what feeds the soul.

Feeding your soul; that’s certainly a very interesting topic, so let’s start with getting to know about Stacy and her Journey. Please click on the link below to find out more.

As discussed in the interview, everything is an illusion and nothing is real. But at the same time, we are still attached to the illusion and the collective consciousness behind it that inevitably brings a set of beliefs to it. Unfortunately, what we feed ourselves does have an impact on our body – good or bad – and that’s when a specialist like Stacy comes into action.

Stacy says “Everyone has a different need, and all dietary requirements vary from person to person. What may be good for me may not be good for you.”

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Stacy Lynn FLoyd – Holistic Health Coach

 

Our uniqueness as nature’s creations is also reflected in how we relate to food and how it affects us.

I’m still very new to the art of feeding the soul. I’m also no expert on all of the impact that processed food has on our body, and how that relates to ones spiritual wellbeing. I do have my superfood regime, which includes a glass of water with half a lemon mixed with Spirulina and Chrorella. I have that first thing in the morning, every day. I thought it was a very good commitment; but maybe it is time to look into food from a different perspective.

It’s really best to hear from Stacy more on the subject itself.

After so much to consider, I have a question for myself which you may share. Am I ready to start feeding my soul? There is one way to find out…. Getting right into it.

If if wish to get in touch with Stacy Lynn Floyd ,Certified Holistic Health C oach, visit www.stacylynnfloyd.com

Thanks for reading ,

Love and Light,

-Sabrina Santos

 

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