Synopsis: Maureen Whitehouse was a model in New York City, competing for jobs along with hundreds of others. She did what the industry demanded. She starved herself to maintain her perfect figure and obsessed about food, needing it to fulfill her in a way that food just can’t do. She was living a superficial life and feeling disconnected. Where she did feel a connection were the times she took refuge in a church, and this was the beginning of her spiritual journey that included a soulful connection with food.
She was drawn to spiritual study, and experienced a profound shift in herself and her relationship with food. She discovered that she had been feeding her need for approval instead of her soul, and that her struggle with food was driven by a superficial lifestyle that wasn’t fulfilling. She reconnected with herself and created a way of eating that was satisfying and in alignment with self love.