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World Mindful Eating Month


January of Each Year

Who should participate: 

There is no better way to start the new year than cultivating the seeds of self-compassion in our mindful eating practice. Whether you are new to mindful eating, a seasoned practitioner, or just curious, World Mindful Eating Month (WMEM) is your opportunity to grow or renew your practice. This event is open to the public as well as TCME Members.

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What is World Mindful Eating Month?

Join us each January for World Mindful Eating Month(WMEM). Open to the public, WMEM is an entire month of mindful eating reflections, practices, poems, and sharing! 

Mindful eating is not a place to arrive or a goal to achieve but instead, a practice that grows naturally when cultivated with careful attention, a necessary ingredient for our practice to flourish. When cultivating our mindful eating practice, we are not just paying attention to the joyful experience of the food we eat. We are also accessing our internal wisdom and using mindfulness to learn a new way to approach food, our bodies, and our entire lives.

By joining WMEM, you will receive new inspiration, practices, poems, and reflections to encourage your mindful eating practice to thrive. Throughout the month, we will create a safe space,  prepare the soil, plant the seeds, and nurture our mindful eating practice. 

To celebrate WMEM, we host a special event to rejoice with our mindful eating community from around the world in the wisdom our month-long practice has brought to our lives. 

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The Center for Mindful Eating

PO Box 30033

Columbia, MO 65205

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