In Buddhism, it’s sometimes said that there is no dharma (no teaching). My understanding of the “no-dharma dharma” is that every lesson that we learn in life happens IN CONTEXT. A teaching will not be received in the same way by two different people.
That’s why general weight-loss or health advice often falls short. It’s too general. It hasn’t taken into account an individual’s particular experiences, habits, and patterns of thinking or behavior. It hasn’t been taught in a way that’s digestible to a particular individual.
That’s why it’s important to work with a practitioner who understands you--your history, your values, your experiences, and your patterns of thought.
If this sounds like something you’ve been craving, reach out to me to schedule a free consult. I would love to help you get your health back, in alignment with your heart.
This post was inspired by a super-cute and very clever teaching called “The Dao of the Bandits.” Because even outlaws can learn to live in harmony with their heavenly nature. Click here to read that clever tale.