Every Cell in Your Body Hears What You Say

What do you say when people ask you how you're doing?

Do you say things like, 

  • "I'm slammed"
  • "I'm super-busy"
  • "I've got SO much on my plate"
  • "I can't find any time for myself"
  • "I'm like a chicken with my head cut off"

And do you then tell yourself, as you're rushing to and from Weight Watchers or the gym,"That's just the way it is. There's nothing I can do about it"?

I've got news for you:

If you are under chronic stress, you're going to struggle to lose weight. 

How come?

  • When you're stressed out, you're releasing stress hormones, such as cortisol and adrenaline, that cause your body to shore up every gram of fat to ensure your survival. 
  • When you're stressed out, your decision-making mechanisms are impaired, which means that chocolate cake looks awfully good to you, even though you know it's not. 
  • When you're stressed out, your cravings increase ~ I don't even need to say more about that, do I?
  • When you're stressed out, you invariably need a break, which, combined with the faulty decision making per above, means you'll trade an ounce of pleasure for a pound of pain ~ literally. 

Think about whatever it is that's stressing you out. Then ask yourself, "How important is it, really?"

If you'd like some immediate, sustained relief from chronic stress, listen and tap along with this guided meditation using EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) to help you jettison the baggage of the extra weight and the extra pounds. 


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