A focused version of the self-talk method that stems from my own experience of releasing my heavy weights and getting beyond the scale.
Putting on the weight is easy because we don’t even think about it.
Taking off the weight requires a conscious mindful effort and a change of mindset to accomplish the goal.
This therapy combines the concepts from The Gabriel Method, and The Four Agreements, and is structured around the lessons from the book by Marianne Williamson called, A Course in Weight Loss: 21 Spiritual Lessons for Surrendering Your Weight Forever.
Let’s use the power of Infinite Love and Gratitude to help you regain control of your weight and your life now! Yes!
Changing your mindset and adjusting to smaller portion sizes, along with integrating the best foods to choose for your lifestyle, is going to open up a whole new chapter in your life.
Weight control is not a diet. It is a plan, because when the trigger strikes and begs you empty that bag of chips or cookies, you will have tools and strategies to be able to enjoy a few, and be satisfied.
You will have the conscious ability to stop yourself from eating the whole thing because you have integrated the wisdom that this high calorie food is no longer worthy of you.
Weight control is a day by day and step by step journey of improvement.
Your weight will fluctuate with periods of loss, plateaus to cross, and even the eventual small peaks to summit and descend again. Just like a journey over a mountain range, your weight loss journey is not a descent that goes straight down.
By working through the 21 Spiritual Lessons for Surrendering Your Weight you will gain profound insights into the reasons you eat emotionally, and the subconscious beliefs that are buried in this extra layer of protection.
The power of Infinite Love and Gratitude will dissolve these beliefs that have you stuck in the muck, so you can stand free, own your power, and release these heavy weights once and for all.
I am offering this regimen with discounts for these multi-week plans because I understand the more you have to lose the more challenging the journey is.