Minding Your Magnificence
This sounds so sweet. Such a great and peaceful idea until your pants don’t fit.
You may want to be the most spiritually evolved person, but your ego may still shout, “Hey, just give me a pill, a camp, a new brain, an operation. Please, just give me anything to take away this extra fat.”
One of the maxims in hypnosis and life is that what you focus on increases. This is a call to stop being so mean to the body housing your precious spirit.
You may rarely yell at your pets, your loved ones, and yet think nothing of wasting zillions of thought time silently cursing at your own body for some unacceptable expanse or body part below your neck.
When you are so hard on yourself, the stress of such thinking makes it easier to gain more weight and suffering. There is a better way!
What if you took a different tact and began noticing with equal drama, the things you and your body do right?
Here is a free recording. Get comfortable. Click on the arrow. Close your eyes. Follow the words. Do your part to rewire your brain for love and appreciation. I wrote this years ago for weight loss clients who really needed to lose the habit of body bashing. Enjoy.
The title is Love the Skin You Are In.
Catalyst for Emotional Change
I have been using hypnotherapy and EFT for almost twenty years. I’ve taught and or presented at Virginia Mason’s Bariatric Support Groups, Highline Community College, Getty Images, DSHS, and Living Lite Weight Loss Program.
I have developed special programs for Body Image, Sugar Addiction, Making Peace with Your Food, and led Break up and Divorce Support Groups.
Working one on one, with someone like you, to facilitate change, is what I love best. Use the button below to connect us now.
Love the Skin You Are In
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Let Sugar Go
Two hypnosis recordings designed to change your relationship with sugar. These recordings are a game changer. Listen before you go to sleep and let your mind do the work for you.
The Candy Craze
“Consuming sugar produces effects similar to that of cocaine, altering mood, possibly through its ability to induce reward and pleasure, leading to the seeking out of sugar.”