How to Keep Your Weight Loss Goal in Mind

Are you one of those unlucky types that get excited for about the first week of a new diet plan?  You’ve purchased the right exercise clothes; got the gym membership you wanted.  Or maybe just found time in your hectic schedule to do exercises while the kids are doing something else?

Everything is in place except a week or month down the road, everything is in place except you. Life happens and you've found about a hundred other things to do besides stay on your diet plan or weight loss workout?

What happened?

In this article I'm gong to discuss exactly what happened and how to avoid it. Even make it fun or at least have the energy to stay on target for you weight loss goal.

I would almost bet money what happened is you didn't have a plan.  Sure you may have had a diet plan but not a plan for you.  Or should I say the part of you that has a tendency to not stay focused, to easily be distracted.

And how did you become distracted so easily you may ask?  You didn't have a concrete goal in place. An ideal you, a future you weighing in at exactly your ideal weight.

Look at it this way.  You've always known what you don't want.  You don't want the large sizes or the clothes that fit too tight.  Or the health risks, you're tired of the Doctor giving you the lecture every time you visit. We all know what we don't want.
The best way to keep the part of you that wanders is give yourself the unshakable goal of knowing what you do want and a way to get there that is fun or at least doable without a lot of pain, right?

And the way you do this is have a very sharp image in your mind's eye of what you would look like.  And just how you would act?  Ask yourself questions like what would my life be like at my ideal weight.

Now just don't blow past this part.  Relax, close your eyes and really ponder this for a second.  What would your life be like if you were at your ideal weight?

Now you're getting the picture.  Focus on what you do want in detail and before long you will find it easier to stay focused on your weight loss goals.

You might even find that it's fun getting there, a lot of people have.

You're no different, just do it now!  Here's a weight loss mp3 that can keep your diet plan goal in mind!

Custom CD’s

In utilizing my talents as an audio engineer I am able to make custom CD's that pertain to an issue you may have. We can discuss beforehand what you would want on the CD, type of music or special effects.

Also I would take notes during our hypnosis session as to what would be on the CD to augment the work already accomplished. Suggestions that would further enhance your motivation for change. Prices vary due to length and complexity of the recording process.

F A Q’s

1. Can a hypnotist make me do things against my will?

No. The hypnotist has no powers over you at all, and cannot make you do things against your will. The hypnotist merely guides you into a hypnotic state, and feeds your mind with carefully worded suggestions. If you were to feel uncomfortable with these suggestions, you would reject them at will. Hypnosis is essentially a matter of cooperation between the hypnotist and his subject, not some form of power the hypnotist possesses which will compel the subject to submit to his or her will.
2. Could I ever be hypnotized and not be able come out of it?

If you are under hypnosis and the hypnotist suddenly left the room, two things may happen. You will either realize that the hypnotist is no longer talking to you, and will open your eyes, feeling fresh and alert. Or you may drift into natural sleep, in which case you will wake up after a few minutes.

3. Is it true only weak-minded people can be hypnotized?

False, Hypnosis has nothing to do with will power. People often confuse hypnosis with gullibility. There is no connection between the two. On the contrary, the more intelligent a person is, the easier it is for him to be hypnotized. To be hypnotized one needs the abilities of concentration, imagination and vivid visualization.

4. Under hypnosis, can one be made to reveal his secrets?

As already mentioned, under hypnosis the subject is fully alert, in fact more alert, in fact more alert than usual. The hypnotist can only guide the subject to remember forgotten memories. Whether the subject will reveal them to the hypnotist is entirely at his own discretion.

5. Is hypnosis dangerous?

No. It is quiet the opposite. Hypnosis is safe and natural process. One fact that most people are unaware of is that we undergo hypnosis several times in our daily lives. For example, while driving along a highway, watching television, listening to music, listening to a speaker, how dangerous is that?

6. Does one need special talents to be hypnotized?

Any average person with the willingness to relax can experience hypnosis. It is just a matter of finding and eliminating misconceptions or fears about the hypnotic process and allowing it to unfold.

7. When experiencing hypnosis, will I be totally unconscious?

At all times during the course of a hypnotic session, you will be able to hear and think. You are aware of what is going on around you. Although you body is very relaxed, your mind is actually more alert than usual.