Session philosophy-this hypnosis for weight loss mp3 session and journal assignment addresses food aversion. Would being able to create an aversion to a certain food support you in your efforts to create a healthier and slimmer body? Learning to use aversion is another tool. Why do we need a tool like this? We receive hundreds of external messages daily from big name franchises that work hard to convince us that salty, greasy and sugary stuff is "food." People develop an automatic, second nature response to "food" that creates obesity, heart disease and diabetes. The response is to desire food that does not serve our health and well being and only serves the financial bottom line of multi-million dollar industries.
Session philosophy-this hypnosis for weight loss mp3 session and journal assignment addresses leaving food on your plate. Do you usually leave food on your plate? Most people eat every little morsel on their plate, whether they are still hungry or not. Think back to your last meal, did you finish it all or did you leave a little? What are your beliefs about leaving food on the plate? What does food left on the plate say about you? How do you feel when you have prepared a meal and a guest has left food on their plate?
Session philosophy-this hypnosis for weight loss mp3 session 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 work environment. The use of shaming begins at an early age, usually with well intended but stressed amateur parents. Shame is often still used in adulthood as a means to “motivate” people to shape up. A little pat on someone’s bulging tummy, a little snide remark at a second helping, a raised eyebrow during “weigh-ins” are all examples of subtle shaming.
Reactivity vs. Being in Charge
Session philosophy-this hypnosis for weight loss mp3 session and journal assignment addresses being in charge. When we think, feel, and behave in a reactive fashion we are not in control of ourselves or our lives. Over the past months, you have worked to increase your self influence and will continue to do so with this session. No one can reach your goals for you. Your goals require your attention, and commitment. Your determination to create healthier mindsets, to move your body and treat your whole being with the love and respect it deserves can only be supplied by you.
Working through the course with a friend, or a group of friends, is worth considering.The right people can help us stay motivated. Creating a supportive atmosphere around our goals can also provide the accountability required for maintaining momentum. The right people can also support us to re-engage after a relapse.