I offered ZenEating to professionals in the fields of Japanese culture, Zen and leadership and body awareness.
The feedback from the professionals after the experience made me nod my head in agreement.
In particular, I received deep insights and favorable reviews from a Noh actor and a Zen monk.
I will introduce their impressions later in this article.
If you haven’t experienced ZenEating yet, don’t miss it.
After reading this, you will be able to answer the question:
‘What are the benefits to eating mindfully?’
I offered a ZenEating session at a large scale event, Zen 2.0, which is an international conference about Zen and mindfulness.
It was a two-day conference with lots of time for mindfulness programs, but this year it went online.
I believe you agree with me in terms of concentration, the longer you just listen to presentations online, the more tired you feel, and the less focused you are.
The purpose of the online program was to give the participants time to organize the information they received during the long one-way lectures.
The founder of the conference decided to adopt ZenEating…
Here’s what some of the “Zen Eating Meditation” participants said.
“My mind naturally calmed down and I was able to focus on myself.”
“I have been feeling tired because I couldn’t rest my head staying at home, but I felt relaxed and fulfilled by Zen Eating.
‘Just by eating, you can rest and relax your mind’
Have you ever experienced these types of things?
We are now facing anxiety about the future and the stress of not being able to meet friends and family.
Some of you may be feeling emotionally drained by the tension of the day.