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Think Healthy Be Slender Hypnosis Weight Loss Program - Darren Hiller Hypnosis Dallas

Posted Aug 11 2009 4:54am

Our Think Healthy Be Slender program is not a diet, but is designed to change one relationship with food to create lasting change. For many of us this relationship has been programmed into our subconscious mind from childhood. We will provide you with all the necessary tools and techniques for maintaining continued success.

Emotional Eating

Chances are you have been emotionally eating, overeating, and or binge eating to some degree. Emotional eating is simply eating in response to an emotion that you are feeling. Trying to feed an emotion is a way for you to distract yourself from feeling that emotion. You do this because we are all hard-wired to avoid pain. The good news is that when you think healthy you become aware of the difference between hunger and an emotion.

Eating Mindfully

Each day you will easily and effortlessly begin to eat more mindfully. Focusing on everything you put in your mouth, only eating when you are hungry, eating less food, because you are taking smaller bites of your food, chewing your food slowly savoring each bite, stopping when you feel satisfied. Paying more attention to your inner hunger and fullness scale, the scale that is like one of your inner senses, because it is built in to the wisdom of your mind and body.

Eating Nutritiously

You may find that your body is beginning to crave healthier foods; foods that are nutritious like fresh fruits and vegetables, lean meats and whole grains. Being healthy will be more important to you. Each and every day you are being drawn to more natural and healthy foods. You may even find yourself becoming more aware of the nutritional value of the foods you eat. As you begin to think of your body like a car, you understand that your body needs the right amount and type of fuel to achieve optimum operating efficiency.

Also included are the following issues: self-acceptance, self-sabotage, exercise motivation, consistency, journaling, confidence, emotions, self-limiting beliefs, mental blocks and unwanted eating habits.

www.darrenhiller.com


 

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