Meditations on the Fridge Program

Free Yourself From Dieting & Maintain Your Weight Mindfully


This six-part meditation program combines mindful eating meditations and nutritional recommendations to help you cultivate a healthy, enjoyable way of living and eating.

You don’t have to deprive yourself, feel left out socially or control what you eat to maintain a comfortable weight. These meditations teach you how to respond to your ever-changing needs and environment, while fulfilling your emotional and nutritional needs to make smart choices.

Dramatic results occur by becoming mindful of ‘triggering’ and everyday food situations: such as grocery shopping, social engagements, cravings and cooking. You will learn how to select the right foods and stop when your body has had enough.

Tarika will help you develop the intelligence and wisdom to determine what your body needs each moment to rediscover the joy of eating and maintain your weight mindfully.

Book this by calling Tarika Lovegarden (415) 846-5114 or email

Download the Lovegarden Meditations App to listen to our 10-20 minute guided meditations, including two from the Meditations on the Fridge series.


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Praise for Meditations on the Fridge

Meditations on the Fridge is Tarika’s gift to the World. Finally she addresses a mindful way to managing your weight based upon the time honored, heart-center meditations. No more feeling bad about yourself. Let Tarika Lovegarden be your guide for this journey of appreciation of where you are right now and help you overcome the acute food cravings that affect some of us in painful ways. Let Tarika shine her loving wisdom to support you and give you strength.
— Marci Shimoff, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author, "Chicken Soup for the Woman's Soul"
Writing on such a loaded topic as food and how to best to enjoy it, is not necessarily an easy ride. However, Ms. Lovegarden has overcome many hurdles and faced down her demons to create this loving, informative and inspirational book. If you eat, read it! And if you don’t eat, read it, anyway. It is a powerful meditation on how to nourish ourselves in a conscious and transcendent manner.
— Deva Premal and Miten, Global Recording Artists and Mantra Educators
Information is important but not usually sufficient to motivate people to make lasting changes in what they eat and how they live. More effective is to address the underlying feelings that underlie our behaviors. By working at that level, Tarika empowers people to make lifestyle choices that are life-enhancing rather than self-destructive.
— Dean Ornish, M.D. Founder & President of Preventive Medicine Research Institute, Clinical Professor of Medicine at UCSF, and author of "Eat More, Weigh Less" and "The Spectrum"