Weight Control Infocenter
Using MindControl and reprogramming to lose weight
by Dr. Jacob Mathew,
to lose weight permanently? Try reprogramming your mind.
more overweight than ever before. We’re the only nation in the
world where poor people are fat and the rich are skinny. Eating is
a compulsion for most of us. We use eating to deal with stress.
We’re fixated on eating the wrong things and making poor choices.
We eat to make ourselves feel better.
answer to this problem is to reprogram your mind” says Kelly
Burris, expert and author of “Reprogramming the Overweight Mind
– 7 Steps to Taking Control of Your Subconscious”.
Kelly’s Mind/Fitness Program is in use in psychology and psychiatric
centers all over the world. His methods have helped thousands of
yourself,” Kelly says. “Don’t be fooled. Your
subconscious mind leads you to make decisions that are anything but
healthy. To lose weight, you’ve got to change your mindset.”
According to Burris over 98 percent of the people who make a resolution
to lose weight this year will fail because of the three key issues that
form the core concepts to the Mind/Fitness program:
what you really need to change within yourself. Your worst
eating behavior, especially as an adult, is perpetuated by three
emotions: fear, guilt and anger. Childhood responses to these
emotions still control what you eat, when to eat and how much to eat.
Second, gain access
to the information in the subconscious that is keeping you from your
goal . Urgent educational measures are required to break the hold that
your mind has on the behaviors that are associated with excess weight.
Your mind needs to be reprogrammed.
your internal dialogue & images to empower yourself to
achieve the positive changes and behavior that will naturally lead to
permanent weight control and healthier lifestyle decisions.
developed powerful techniques for breaking the bad habits that can help
you get a grip on your life, unlearn bad behavior, and empower yourself
to a healthier life.
example - try this! The next time you want to eat another cookie
or smoke a cigarette, say STOP to yourself and ask yourself
the following five key questions:
this work for me?
2. How do I
feel and will I benefit from the results of this?
3. What can
I replace this with that will benefit me?
4. What can
I learn from this?
5. How can
I use this experience to move myself more quickly toward my goals?
If the answer to
any of the questions results in you making a better choice, then the
technique works for you. Keep going. Carry these questions
with you and use them every time you are faced with a key decision.
You can get more
information at www.KellyBurris.com
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Step 3 Setting Goals