Why Over-Eating is Linked to Fear

Personal Development | February 16, 2022

Over-eating is a sign of scarcity. Historically, when there is famine or drought, humans tend to ration what they have available to them. Save, pinch, preserve resources because they fear there will be no more in the future.

This is self-preservation and is a natural human survival response. Eating is also a human survival response. We eat in order to insulate our vessel with fat, which serves as protection and heat.

When we are feeling emotions that cause us too to binge/ overeat, we quite obvious that we’re in survival mode. Hoarding food in our mouths, performing as if it’s the last we’ll see. Sending the comfort food straight to our lower chakras, our energy centers for safety, stability, will-power, creativity/ sex, survival, and joy.

We feed these energy centers out of scarcity, lack and personal power and sovereignty. This is what allows our eating to manifest as fear, self-doubt and greed. And so we hoard, over-consume, take more than we need and as a result we gain heavy bodies, heavy spirits and heavy hearts.

Have we forgotten so quickly how humans treated toilet paper at the top of the plandemic, like it was penicillin in the 20’s?

Right… basic human survival response.

So what’s a solution to this? Commit to an abundance mindset. See the world in abundance and assume prosperity. Adapt the mantra, “there’s more.” There’s always more, so no need to take it all right now. If I need some later on, there’s more.

This applies to food, money, resources and people. If you would like to work on your abundance mindset and quit consuming out of scarce energy, book your 1:1 Soulful Session with me. Click here. https://calendly.com/vanessawilsoncoaching/45-min-w-vw

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