Your body speaks your mind.
I weighed 95 pounds. It was the year 2000 and I was still coming to terms with my psychic gifts (denying and repressing them). Despite a ravenous appetite, I kept losing weight.
I dropped down to a size zero. And that’s how I felt. I had nothing in my life that was nourishing my spirit. My body reflected my need to feed my soul.
Empaths often have weight issues
We’re not taught how to deal with our sensitivities. So often empaths will gain weight to protect themselves from other people’s energy (while using food to stuff down emotions and intuitive insights), or lose weight so people won’t notice or criticize them.
In my case, people had no problem criticizing me! Being “too thin” doesn’t have the same social stigma as having extra pounds, so strangers would come up to me and tell me how terrible they thought I looked!
I’m happy to say I learned how to express my true self, and my body, mind and spirit are all well-nourished.
Self-love is the path to your soul’s purpose.
I’m thrilled that Sarah Jenks is teaching people how to love their body from the inside-out.
In Part Two of this two part interview with Sarah, we discuss:
- Why empaths put on weight (or have a hard time gaining weight) and what you can do about it.
- Your body’s intuitive wisdom – how to listen to it, and how it can change your life.
- How to attract love and money while having fun.
- Loving yourself and your body for REAL.
Listen to Part Two of Sarah’s interview below:
In case you missed it, listen to Part One of Sarah’s interview below:
Sarah Jenks is a pioneer in the weight-loss movement. Sarah’s helped thousands of women around the world create a healthy body image and lifestyle through joy and self-love. She found success in creating a happy lifestyle, which also resulted in a dramatic weight loss. Her journey of transformation is what led her to create Live More Weigh Less, now the most popular non-diet weight loss program on the internet. It’s not about cutting out crème brulee, it’s about embracing the life you want, right now. Living a full, meaningful life is a great adventure; when you have adventure in your life, diving into a pint of ice cream seems a lot less exciting.