Women, Food and God - How Hypnosis Can Train You Quickly

There’s a book that is highly recommended by Oprah Winfrey. It is written by Geneen Roth, and it deals with the emotions behind your eating behaviors. In fact, Oprah is now placing Geneen in her special guru category and is now claiming that this author is the reason why she has decided to take back the good fight and work toward losing the weight she needs to lose to be happy.

Being happy is the goal, and not the weight loss. But they certainly will go together as Oprah remains steadfast on her journey toward emotional freedom. That’s the freedom to feel the emotions that come up so she can respond to any and all emotions in a way that is most satisfactory.

Geneen Roth explains in her book that food is a teacher for those who use food to deal with their emotions. Sit back and take some time before you eat. A food meditation can be revealing to you.

You can speed this process along considerably when you combine what you learn in Roth’s book with the hypnosis techniques that I frequently use to rid clients of their past relationship with food. The emotional reasons that cause people to eat are learned responses that do not hold up under the scrutiny of the meditative experiences that Roth recommends. And using the hypnotic techniques of the masters can have those emotions debunked in your first or second session. When the emotional reasons for using food wrongly are corrected, you become free to treat food the way it was intended. For nourishment and rebuilding your body to equilibrium.

Join me for your affordable group or one on one training to learn the correct way to respond to your food choices and free yourself from emotional eating forever.

To find out how to join a group or to see about your own personal sessions call me at 212 223-1832.

What is your biggest nagging concern about emotional eating? What kind of food related problem have you been dealing with? Post your questions and concerns below.

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