Meal by Meal: 365 Daily Meditations for Finding Balance Through Mindful Eating

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Meal by Meal is a unique daily meditation book that taps into the healing power of mindfulness as a tool for dealing with issues such as food choice, dieting, and weight loss in a more balanced and sensible manner. Each day is a self-contained journey of conscious eating to nurture a healthier relationship with food.

As sustenance, Buddhist devotee and former monk Donald Altman shares daily meditations including quotes from various sources from around the world: Zen teaching ...

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Overview


Meal by Meal is a unique daily meditation book that taps into the healing power of mindfulness as a tool for dealing with issues such as food choice, dieting, and weight loss in a more balanced and sensible manner. Each day is a self-contained journey of conscious eating to nurture a healthier relationship with food.

As sustenance, Buddhist devotee and former monk Donald Altman shares daily meditations including quotes from various sources from around the world: Zen teaching stories, the 6th century Rule of St. Benedict, the Bible, the Buddhist tripitaka scriptures, Hindu scriptures, Native American rituals, and sages from all the major wisdom traditions. Meal by Meal also explores food rituals, eating, preparation, and much more, as it examines perennial food dilemmas, including how we can learn to moderate our thoughts and feelings about food and how we can master mindful techniques to help us transcend our struggles so that we can rest in peace with all of our food choices.

Meal by Meal will give hope to those who are engaged in the difficult, daily struggle for balance around food, and for those who want to nurture a healthy relationship with food.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781930722309
  • Publisher: New World Library
  • Publication date: 6/9/2004
  • Pages: 388
  • Product dimensions: 4.98 (w) x 8.36 (h) x 0.94 (d)

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Former Buddhist monk, Donald Altman, has given workshops and lectures on spirituality and is currently teaching "mindful eating" courses in clinical eating disorder programs. He has a bachelors degree in psychology and is currently completing professional studies in psychotherapy AT Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon. He has lectured and has taught writing at numerous universities including UCLA Extension, Cal State University Northridge, and Loyola Marymount University. Altman's award-winning writing career includes work for television, film, Fortune 500 corporations, and periodicals such as The Los Angeles Times and Independent Business Magazine. He is the author of the critically acclaimed Art of the Inner Meal and Living Kindness. Altman lives in Portland, OR.

FAVORITE BOOKSTORE: New Renaissance Bookshop in Portland, OR.

For more information on the author, visit his website innermeal.com

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 29, 2004

    A Wonderful Daily Diet for Life

    This book is one of the most compassionate and valuable books about eating that I have ever read! MEAL BY MEAL gave me real, down-to-earth exercises and reflections that helped me improve my approach to food and eating on a daily basis...and maybe it will for you, too. Each day surprised me with a new perspective, and there's a theme for each day of the week that you can use to guide you toward a richer experience with food acceptance and learning to give yourself permission to explore new ways of experiencing food. A totally fresh and powerful book about food that you will treasure and appreciate each day.

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