Tools for Intentional Living & Transformation


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We often think of fasting as “giving up” those special nourishments we enjoy such as chocolate or a latte. We also may decide to eat simply or to try a food cleanse.

Fasting can also be a way to cleanse us from the distractions, busyness, and activities that feed our daily life. These “foods” may provide short term nourishment yet they can prevent us from an even deeper awareness and nourishment.

Author: Teresa Nizza

Teresa Nizza is a spiritual director, lay theologian, retreat facilitator, lecturer, volunteer chaplain and co-founder of mainespiritus and Tools for Intentional Living (TILT)©. She is a graduate of the Franciscan School of Theology in Berkeley, CA and she earned a certificate in Spiritual Direction from the Mercy Center for Hope and Healing in Colorado.

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