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This is an EFT tapping companion to Getting to the Heart of the Platter.
Whether you are trying to shed a few pounds to look better in your birthday suit, bathing suit, business suit, sweat suit, or lounging suit, your subconscious mind holds all the trump cards to win at losing weight. Until you get it fully on board, you are not playing the dieting game to your waistline's advantage.
Food will always be necessary for survival, yet it does not have to consume all your attention or control your life. Instead, you can access positive resources within yourself to let go of the self-judgment and guilt that surface every time you eat or even think about food. And you can wriggle out of your current weight-loss diet jam to get your dream body back or reach your ideal weight.
While you consciously want your body to lose weight, your stronger subconscious mind is only concerned with safety, AKA steering clear of pain of any kind.
To safely and easily align the resistant parts of your mind with your conscious desires to lose weight, you can use these blogposts to embark on a weight-loss discovery journey to the root of what triggers you to binge or eat when you are not hungry. These episodes raise your awareness and assist you in healing non-food-related matters that are emotionally weighing you down.
Emotional freedom techniques (EFT tapping) is simultaneously used to gently release blocked emotional energy to allow you to boldly move forward to reach your goals. EFT is a non-invasive, self-applied acupressure tapping technique that empowers you to communicate with and easily transform your self-sabotaging behaviors. No prior EFT experience is necessary.
When you give yourself power and permission to leave the land of dieting and let go of the weighty concerns about your weight, the pounds melt off for good! Because when it comes to losing weight and keeping it off, it's not really about the food.