Getting stuck means it’s time for a new plant pot. We’ve outgrown the old one, and are ready for new places to explore.
The practice of recovering from disordered eating is messy, cyclical, and often confusing.
New ways of being take time to settle and integrate.
When we have used food for a long time, and are used to eating in response to many different external cues, it’s hard to let go of our old ways. Old habits can take over seamlessly (because they are unconscious by definition!).
Every disordered eating episode is an opportunity to grow, learn, and deepen your self-inquiry.
There is no end to this Process. There is always more to explore, in this lifelong practice of learning to eat what you need.