After lots of diets, counting calories, exercise programs, losing weight and regaining it, you know there is more to this than just energy in – energy out.
Hypnosis can help.
You will begin losing weight and feel excited about choosing healthier foods to eat after the first Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) weight loss hypnosis session with me.
What can you expect in the first session? We can work with the subconscious mind, taking you to the place where it is safe for you to allow your body to rebalance itself to the size that is truly right for you. We will talk about your desired weight and the feelings you want to have by achieving it. Using RTT, we will uncover the reasons why you haven’t been able to shed pounds up until now. Those reasons will be based on beliefs you formed when you were younger. They could be related to the way your family related to eating or perhaps an idea you had that being bigger would protect you from bullies.
You are older now and these beliefs no longer serve you, so we will thank them for having helped you in the past and we will then let them go. We will have discussed the clothing size you want to wear, the amount you want to weigh and the feelings you will have after achieving this and I will install those feelings and images in your sub-conscious mind.
So often I find that clients are in conflict within themselves around weight. One part desperately wants to be smaller or lighter and the other is afraid of that very thing. Both parts working desperately to achieve a goal but in opposition to each other. It is factors like these that create self-sabotaging behaviours and the yo yo effect experienced by many dieters.
This comprehensive personalised treatment is designed to end self defeating behaviours, it will support you to achieve your health and wellbeing goals.
You will clear the emotional blocks to weightloss and learn how to deal with:
- Food cravings
- Secret eating
- Foods you cannot say no to
- Eating the right foods for you
- Portion control
- Negative self-talk and counterproductive thinking
- Unconscious eating
- Comfort eating and drinking
- Motivation for exercise