Weight Loss and the Law of Attraction

Every single time you come across a weight loss secret tip or miracle diet, the first thought that comes to mind is that you can do it and that you are different from all the other individuals that have a hard time finding weight loss motivation.

Nevertheless, after some time passes by and you reach a point where you feel hungry or grumpy or without any energy, you will find it incredibly difficult to stay on point. But, the most important fact that you need to keep in mind is that you have all the power.

Every single time you come across a weight loss secret tip or miracle diet, the first thought that comes to mind is that you can do it and that you are different from all the other individuals that have a hard time finding weight loss motivation. Nevertheless, after some time passes by and you reach a point where you feel hungry or grumpy or without any energy, you will find it incredibly difficult to stay on point. But, the most important fact that you need to keep in mind is that you have all the power.

You are the only one that can find motivation and that can reach the goals you set when you decided to embark on this weight loss journey. It might be a bit challenging at first because thinking positive thoughts is not usually your first reaction when you feel unhappy. The temptation is to just wallow in self-pity and use your unhappiness as an excuse to just stop working on finding weight loss motivation because it is simply too hard.

The basic law of attraction can be of help in this case as imagining yourself skinny or wearing clothes that are a few sizes smaller can be enough to keep you going. Instead of finding all the disadvantages associated with all these lifestyle changes that you need to make and focusing on anything that you might be missing, you should think about your destination and what will happen when you get there. Your weight loss motivation should be the fact that you are currently working on improving yourself as a person from various perspectives.

This is not just an image problem. The fact that you have a few extra pounds does not define you as a person, but it can affect your own opinion of yourself. Make sure that you love the individual you are and that you want to lose the weight for all the right reasons – not for someone else, but for your own self. Wearing clothes that are a size smaller or noticing that there are just so many items that look amazing on you will do miracles for your self confidence.

The law of attraction is simple, but you need to be persistent to achieve the results that you desire. Be positive about every single healthy choice and be confident that you are doing the right thing. It is easy to take the easy way out and just tell yourself that you can’t eat healthy or exercise. But you will get to a point where you feel that you can’t live with yourself, where you will be avoiding mirrors. Why not take action as soon as possible and prevent that from happening?

By: Brian James Miller

Choosing yourself

    Society teaches us to value the welfare of others over our own. And this is often the reason why we feel conflicted when faced with a choice between helping others and helping ourselves.

In the end, we usually choose other people. We enjoy the feeling of being magnanimous and charitable when we help others. It provides us with a sense of fulfillment. Giving to others makes us feel that life is meaningful.

But sometimes we go too far. Even when we have nothing left to give, we still do. We forget ourselves. We exchange our priorities, our plans and our ambitions for those of others. We fail to set limits and sacrifice too much for other people. As a result, whatever time, money or energy that is meant for ourselves we give to those around us.

Do we really become fulfilled when we do this? Or are we just avoiding the feeling of guilt that arises when we don’t give?  Is this so-called meaningfulness that we experience merely an excuse, a rationalization? When we give beyond what we should, is this really helping? Or are we in fact encouraging dependence on us?

When faced with a choice between ourselves and others, sometimes we should choose ourselves also. It’s not selfishness to do this. Because when we sacrifice too much, we are prioritizing others at our own expense.

We should find time do what we enjoy. We ought to develop our potentials and be all that we can be. And we need to stay healthy in every aspect of life. The only real way we can be of any good to the people around us is by taking care of ourselves first. Only when we are completeArticle Submission, whole and happy can we be of greater help to those who truly need us.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Frederick Fabella, PhD is a graduate and undergraduate professor in the Philippines. He is an editorial board member of the IRP international research journal and a Fellow of the Royal Institution Singapore. He is also an author of various books and studies

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Being an optimistic person has more concrete more benefits than just a rosy outlook on life, according to the latest research.

Scientists have found that positive thinking speeds the recovery of the seriously ill and helps disaster victims overcome the psychological impact of a traumatic experience.

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How to Lose Your Shyness and Develop Unstoppable Charisma

Are you one of the millions of people in the world who suffer from shyness? Would you like to develop confidence, and become the attractive and carefree person you really are inside? If so, this article is for you!

First, I want to address some of the most common myths about shyness. Many people believe that shyness is just part of your personality. Some people are shy, and some people aren’t. While it is true that people have different personalities, the belief that shyness is just a personality trait is actually a limiting belief that is keeping you from your full potential. Once you realize that shyness is not something you just have to live with, you will probably want to get rid of it. After all, who wouldn’t want to live a life of confidence?

What is shyness?

Shyness, in a nutshell, is simply a conditioned emotional program that constricts and restricts the natural charismatic expression of the individual. This conditioning is stored in your unconscious mind through various negative beliefs, such as:

1. I am shy.
2. I am afraid of making a fool of myself.
3. When I’m with others, I can never think of what to say.
4. I’m afraid others won’t like me.
5. I’m afraid others will reject me.
6. I’m a loser.
7. I’m not good enough.
8. There’s something wrong with me.
9. I inherited my shyness from my parents.

All of these beliefs and feelings are caused by hurtful memories you experienced earlier in your life. These memories disrupted the natural, normal, and smooth connection that you had with other people. Some of these memories may have included embarrassment, humiliation, rejection, and even abuse and neglect.

After these memories are encoded in your unconscious mind, they start to actually define who you are. In other words, they create the person you believe you are. At this point, it is almost impossible to get away from these definitions. These beliefs work almost like hypnotic suggestions, telling you things about yourself that you would not otherwise believe and therefore limiting who you actually are able to be.

The power of hypnotism is very strong. One of the most common hypnotic “tricks” is to take a shy person, put him or her in a hypnotic trance, and have them become outgoing and gregarious. It’s not an act; the hypnotic trance was able to override the internal falsehoods supplied by the painful memories that otherwise limit the person.

Hypnosis, however, is temporary. The memories are still there, and when the hypnosis is over they regain their control over the person. They re-imprison you.

There’s good news, though, if you want to regain control over your life and beat shyness forever. You can remove these negative memories that enslave you, and become an outgoing and socially capable person.

Other modalities fail to cause permanent change because they don’t consider shyness as being connected to these unconscious memories. They can treat shyness temporarily, but in the end the results are only temporary.

You can permanently eliminate shyness from your life. In fact, you can do it so thoroughly that you won’t even remember that you were shy! You have to want it, and you have to have enough courage to make it happen.

I offer a coaching process that can help you erase those negative memories that are holding you back from the life you want. Check out my website below, sign up for a free introductory consultation, and get started on your journey to full charismatic self-expression and empowerment!

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About the Author
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Felicity Muscat is the Founder of The Institute of Self Mastery which was created to help others fulfil the truest, highest, and most authentic expression of themselves in all areas of life.
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