Date: November 23, 2019
Length: 60 minutes
For many people, sweets are the go-to for soothing and distraction from emotional challenges. We have created entire industries around the production of foods with longer shelf lives; foods that also ease our sensitive palettes with an array of textures and flavors that we never experienced before the advent of industry and chemistry.
In the past, pastries, cakes, and various desserts were an occasional and complementary addition to a good quality meal honoring tradition, celebration, and camaraderie. As society evolved over the years, food became more abundant, and the population increased significantly. The industrial and technological revolutions increased the need for shelf-stable food as our ability to grow and make our own food decreased drastically.
With these advancements came more stress from which people sought relief. And so along came chemistry, psychology, and marketing to fill that need. We readily bought into food, special events, holidays, and other manners of escape to ease the stress we felt.
But when we use food as an avoidance strategy, there comes an ever-increasing degree of imbalance, biologically, emotionally, and socially. As a result of those choices, we have become addicted to the distractions that only temporarily relieve us from the stress we feel daily.
During this Core Matrix, Ron will be addressing:
He will also be focusing on:
All of this will awaken your innate ability to take better care of yourself from the inside out. Join Ron for an opportunity to change how you relate to food and how you share food with others. It will create an opportunity for a more prosperous and joyful holiday, so you can enjoy every moment within yourself and time spent with others during the holiday season and beyond.
To take food dynamics to another level of growth and success, Ron will be offering a Core Matrix in January for detoxing and resetting your body and life from the influences and effects of all things white in the world of food. He will be addressing the issues and implications of over-processed food, its consumption from the holidays, and beyond. Stay tuned.