Weight loss hypnosis session philosophy-this weight loss hypnosis mp3 and journal assignment addresses shame and weight. Shaming is often used to keep people in line and
to shape behavior. We see this in homes, on the playground and in the
We also see it in the internal environment.
The use of shaming begins at an early age, usually by stressed amateur parents. Most parents no doubt do their best
to use positive reinforcement, redirection and distraction. Unfortunately, what is often remembered by
little subconscious minds are the comments that fed the “less then” identity.
Shame is still used in adulthood as a means to
“motivate” people to shape up. A little pat on someone’s bulging tummy, a snide remark at a second helping, a raised eyebrow during “weigh-ins”
are all examples of subtle shaming.
In fact, some shaming is so subtle that the conscious mind
does not compute it, but the subconscious mind certainly does. When we
experience shaming the subconscious mind files it away for easy reference.
Shame is likely one of the most damaging emotions that we
can experience. However, it is often a daily reality for people who are over
weight. We can begin to create new meanings and new associations around how we
pick up external messages, how we filter them and the meaning that we give
We were not born with feelings of shame, and in that sense
it is not a “genuine” emotion. It is a borrowed experience that does not need
to be accepted into today’s reality. Subconsciously managing shame, putting it
in its place is a free-ing experience.
Terri Lee Cooper MSc. RSW
Weight Loss Hypnosis Program
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