What we believe forms our personality and our personality influences our behavior and shapes our perceptions, attitudes, mood, and expectations. Our reality is what we believe it to be. So ask yourself: Who am I? You will probably respond with your name. But who is this person with your name? Think about it and complete … Continue reading Who are you? Your beliefs come true!
Flies in the Glass As a child, I caught flies and put them in large, glass jars with foil for lids. I poked air holes in the foil, but they were not big enough for the flies to escape. And of course, the flies wanted to escape. At first, the flies would try to fly … Continue reading What do you belief about your weight and eating habits?
There's no denying it - to lose weight can be a long and challenging journey. If you've ever tried and failed to lose weight before then you probably know just how frustrating it can be - especially when feelings like stress, low self-esteem and boredom crop up. It's unusual for people to get into a cycle … Continue reading Hypnosis and Weightloss
Before you begin to change your behaviour, you should step back and evaluate the behavior(s) that you want to change. More specifically, what are the steps needed to make the change? For example, if you want to learn a language, and you already know a little, then you may need to take a language test. … Continue reading Think before you start losing weight
I would now like to discuss the “as if” strategy to get slim and healthy. The “as if” strategy causes you to behave as if certain beliefs are true: you behave as if nobody could ever love you, as if you are ugly, as if you are fat, as if everyone is better than you … Continue reading Getting Slim With the “As If” Strategy
Eat when you are hungry! Make yourself a hunger scale: 1 being “totally hungry” and 10 being “totally satisfied.” You should eat when your hunger is between 3 and 4 on this scale and stop eating when your hunger is between 7 and 8. If you stop eating between 7 and 8, you will feel … Continue reading The Hunger Scale
One of the most important eating lessons we are taught as children is that we must never leave any food on our plates – that we must finish all our food at all costs. Did your parents tell you this? In Germany, children were told that the people in Africa would starve because they didn’t … Continue reading Eating Habits
Stress leads to emotional eating and influences your eating habits The physical stress response during the initial waves of a stress attack, the adrenal medulla produces and releases the hormones adrenaline and noradrenaline. These hormones increase blood sugar levels, rapidly supply the brain and muscles with energy, accelerate the heartbeat, increase blood pressure – basically, … Continue reading Stress and Eating Habits
I assume that you know the difference between healthy and unhealthy food. I always recommend to eat colorfully, with a lot of variation, and smaller amounts of meat, meat products and store-bought juices. It’s the amount you eat that matters, so eat moderately. These are very basic healthy eating instructions. I also recommend you to … Continue reading Healthy Food