Past Life Regression Therapy for Weight Loss

Past Life Regression Therapy for Weight Loss

Past Life Regression for Weight Loss

Do you struggle with weight?

Have you tried everything under the sun and still nothing works?

Is it difficult to be healthy at any size?

Sometimes the past holds the key to our present.

The same is true for weight loss.

With Past Life Regression Therapy (PLRT), we regress the client using hypnosis to a previous life that holds the key to the client’s present life issue.

In that past life, the client discovers the reason for their weight issues in their current life.

Did they decide to use weight to protect themselves?

Did the client decide to use weight as a way to keep others away?

Did they make some other decision that is connected to their present life issue?

Once the client discovers the reason in their past life, we then guide the client to break the old bonds that keep them energetically tied to this way of being. 

The result is freedom, liberation, clarity, peace of mind. 

Now, who doesn’t want more of that in their lives? 

I know your clients do.

Discover your own past lives and get certified while you do and join Past Life Regression Training and Certification for Hypnotherapists, November 5-7, 2021.

Walking for Weight Loss Made Easy

Walking for Weight Loss Made Easy

Walking offers many health benefits, including easy opportunities for weight loss. In fact, walking is one of the few activities where you can double your impact because you can use it as formal exercise, as well as incorporating more steps into your daily routine.

Although you’ve probably been walking since you were a child, there may also be some new techniques you can pick up that will help you burn even more calories. Take a look at these ideas for walking your way to a slimmer you.

Walking Workouts for Weight Loss

1. Speed it up. Depending on your weight, you can burn about 65 to 100 calories for each mile you walk. If you move faster, you’ll burn more calories covering the same distance.

2. Vary the pace. Studies also show that interval training is an effective way to burn more calories. Alternate between periods of walking briskly and strolling at a more moderate pace.

3. Check your posture. To move efficiently and avoid injuries, ensure you’re using proper form. It’s usually safer to take more steps rather than trying to lengthen your stride. Check that your heels hit the ground first, and use your toes to push you forward. Engage your core muscles to take pressure off your back.

4. Use your arms. Swinging your arms will also increase the intensity. If you want to add props, try walking poles or hand weights.

5. Go backward. For an extra challenge try walking backward in a safe area. Climbing up hills is another constructive option.

6. Hit the beach. Just changing the surface can power up your workout. Traveling across sand or snow requires more energy than walking on smooth pavement.

7. Listen to music. Playing your favorite tunes can make any workout seem like less effort. Put together a lively soundtrack that will motivate you to keep going.

8. Dress comfortably. You can buy shoes designed specifically for walking or just choose any pair with low heels and firm support. Dressing in protective layers will also help you deal with cold or wet weather.

9. Find a buddy. Walking with others can be fun. Invite family and friends along or join a local hiking group. If you have a dog, you have a companion who would love to join you at the park.

10. Talk with your doctor. Even though walking is a generally safe and low-impact activity, you may want to check with your doctor if you’ve been sedentary for a while. Your physician can help you set goals that are realistic for you.

Incidental Walking for Weight Loss

1. Take the stairs. Skip the elevator and escalators. Climbing upstairs burns almost 2 calories for every 10 steps.

2. Park further away. Walk or bike to work if possible. If the distance is too far or there’s no safe route, you can still choose a parking space that will enable you to squeeze in a brief hike before arriving at the office.

3. Schedule work breaks. Pause every half hour to stretch and move around. You could also make it a habit to use the restrooms and copy machines on the next floor instead of the ones by your desk.

4. Stand and dial. Think about how many minutes you spend talking on the phone each day. You can easily spend a lot more time on your feet if you pace around while you’re checking on your children or reaching out to clients.

Walking is so simple but does so much for your health and fitness. In addition to burning more calories, you strengthen your muscles and condition your heart with each extra step you take. Make walking a regular part of your workout program and daily routines.

Discover the healthy way to lose weight. Trim Life’s scientifically proven approach combines hypnosis and guided imagery techniques that are clinically proven to release emotional triggers that cause overeating.

My clients report losing 10-20 pounds with the Trim Life program.

Trim Life starts tonight and all sessions are recorded if you can’t attend live.

I Am Losing Weight At A Healthy Pace

I Am Losing Weight At A Healthy Pace

My health is important to me because I value my body. My overall success depends heavily on how healthy I am. When my body is healthy, I can work harder toward my goals.

I commit myself to healthy weight loss to ensure my success and improve my well-being. Taking the challenge one step at a time and one pound at a time allows me to secure long-term results.

I stay away from fast and easy fixes, such as fad diets, because my goal is to make permanent changes. I am willing to work hard over a long period of time to achieve the desired results.

I see my effort, not as a sacrifice, but as an investment. The time and energy I invest in my health today yields long-term results for me. I know that the changes I am making to my diet are beneficial and well worth the effort.

Watching my portion sizes to reduce my caloric intake, limiting my sweets, and increasing my fiber are positive changes. Drinking a glass of water before every meal helps me eat less and also makes me feel energized. I feel proud of myself for taking these important steps for my health.

It takes hard work and commitment to lose weight, but each day, I feel small improvements in my overall health. My goal is closer than it seems.

Today, I choose to focus on positive actions to keep myself motivated. I reaffirm my commitment to healthy weight loss because the only way to keep the weight off is by having a safe and healthy pace.

Self-Reflection Questions

1. What positive changes have I made to my diet?

2. How far am I from my ideal weight?

3. Why is it better to lose weight safely than quickly?

Reaffirm your commitment to healthy weight loss and join my Trim Life: 6-Week Weight Loss Program that begins on April 26th. 

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5 Weight Loss Tricks That Actually Work

5 Weight Loss Tricks That Actually Work

It’s not easy to stay motivated while you’re trying to lose weight.

You’re surrounded by temptations, and everyone seems to be able to eat the things you can’t enjoy anymore.

However, there are tricks that can help you stay on the path to losing weight.

Try these tips to stay motivated as you shed those extra pounds:

1. Dispose of your big clothes.

Most people who diet on a regular basis have clothes of all sizes. You probably have a closet filled with small, medium, and large clothes that you wear depending on your weight.

Your large-size clothes are a crutch that is affecting your weight loss. They’re a constant reminder that you may return to that size at any time and, by keeping the clothes, you’re ready to do so.

By getting rid of your big clothes, you’ll be giving yourself a boost of motivation to lose weight.

2. Give yourself small rewards.

Research shows that simple rewards can help you stay motivated. Implement a system that gives you rewards at various points along the way, so you can celebrate your wins, even when these wins are incremental. You can use a simple points system or reward chart to keep track.

Plan a big reward for when you meet your big goal.

Some of the best rewards have nothing to do with food. They can be spa trips, new books, new clothes, or other items.

3. Hang up your inspiration.

If you’re desperately trying to recreate an old photo of your younger self or have a skinny outfit you want to wear again, display this inspiration. Choose only one or two items that inspire you the most, and stay focused on them.

It’s important to put them in a spot that you use frequently, so you’ll see the inspiration all the time.

4. Avoid using the scale every day.

Research shows that it’s normal for your weight to fluctuate by several pounds each day. If you weigh yourself every day, you can get discouraged. Instead, use the scale less frequently and focus on how you feel or how your clothes fit.

Switch to a weekly or monthly weigh-in schedule. You’ll look forward to your weigh-ins and have added motivation to lose the extra pounds.

5. Post a daily photo.

Unlike a daily scale routine, a daily photo can help motivate you. You can use social media or store the photos in a cloud.

Take your photos after a workout. Choose photos that show you’re making progress.

It doesn’t matter if your hair isn’t perfect. The goal is to track your progress and pay attention to the small details.

The photos will serve as a record of your weight loss journey and inspire you to keep losing the pounds.

They’ll be a fun way to see how much you change over time.

By staying motivated as you lose weight, you’ll make the process easier.

You’ll be able to maintain your enthusiasm.

The right inspiration and motivation will keep you focused on your weight loss goals and encourage you all along the way to success.

Looking for more weight loss tips? Join Trim Life: 6-Week Weight Release Program and learn to use the power of hypnosis to lose weight fast.

Only $197 when you register by April 21st. (tomorrow)

All you have to do is sit back, relax, and close your eyes.

It’s that simple!

Lose Weight for Summer: Easy-to-Follow Weight Loss Strategies

Lose Weight for Summer: Easy-to-Follow Weight Loss Strategies

Summer is just around the corner. It’s time to kick your weight loss goals into high gear. You can lose weight in just a short time for summer without going to a gym or even dieting.

Follow these easy-to-implement weight loss tips to help you shed those last 10 pounds before summertime:

Become more active. Your goal should be to develop healthy habits. By practicing these, you can burn calories without being strapped to an elliptical machine. Choose habits that are simple to maintain, enjoyable, and productive.

Walk the dog rather than letting him out into the yard. Instead of stopping at the coffee shop in your car every morning, wake up a little earlier to walk there before getting ready for work.

Choose activities that are relevant to your life. Then, you’ll feel a commitment to the task. The dog needs to be walked, no matter what. And you definitely want your morning coffee! When you feel dedicated, your efforts are less likely to stagnate.

Get someone else involved. Getting an easygoing workout buddy is a great way to keep activity levels up. Grab a neighbor and walk to the park every day. When at the park, sit on the swings or walk the trails while enjoying conversation. Then – of course – walk home. You’ll be amazed at how many calories you’ll burn!

Eat summery meals. Summery meals are characterized by being refreshing, simple, tasty, and healthy. Even though summer is only peeking through the clouds right now, try to adapt to a summery diet of fruit bowls, spinach salads, grilled chicken, vegetable kebabs, and your other favorite fresh options.

Everyone has cravings for their favorite food, but some choices are better than others. It’s best to feed your sweet tooth now in order to avoid a binge later. Sweet treats like watermelon, frozen yogurt, and grape tomatoes all make for summery, healthy, and satisfying snacks.

Use the grill. If you’re making a Chicken Caesar salad, grill the chicken rather than simply baking or cooking in a pan. This adds visual interest and a nice smoky taste. You can also grill almost any vegetables that are going into the salad.

Prep your meals in advance. Dishes like salads and fruits are easy to prepare ahead and store in an airtight container. Marinate your meat and fish rather than cooking it ahead because it can lose its moisture once cooked.

Losing weight is rarely an overnight task, but it is simple. By breaking it down into manageable slices of effort, your goals are much more attainable. And when summer arrives, you’ll have the leaner, healthier body you deserve!

The good news is that you don’t have to go it alone. Research shows that when you surround yourself with others who have the same or similar goal, you’ll reach your own goal with greater success.

Early-bird registration expires TOMORROW for Trim Life: 6-Week Weight Loss Program. 

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[Affirmations for Weight Loss] My Body Is At The Perfect Weight

[Affirmations for Weight Loss] My Body Is At The Perfect Weight

My Body Is At The Perfect Weight.

My body’s ability to seek out the perfect weight amazes me. I trust my body to find and maintain the best bodyweight for me.

I love to eat healthy foods. By eating well, I give my body the nutrients it requires to keep me healthy. Eating in a healthy manner is one way I support a healthy body weight.

There is a limit to what my body can do on its own. I must do my part, too.

I enjoy exercising. I do cardiovascular exercise that keeps my heart and lungs healthy. I also do resistance training on a regular basis. My tissues are strong and supple. Both types of exercise give my body a greater ability to find and maintain a healthy weight.

My body can only maintain the perfect weight when I eat properly and exercise moderately. I have a role to play and I do my best each day.

I can feel my body gravitating toward the best weight for me. There are times I am either a little too heavy or a little too light. My body easily corrects for these situations. In a short time, I am back to a healthy weight.

Today, I allow myself to move toward a healthy weight. I focus on eating healthy foods and exercise. This gives my body what it needs to regulate my bodyweight. My body is at the perfect weight.

​Self-Reflection Questions


1. What can I do to eat in a healthier manner?

2. Am I getting enough exercise to maintain a healthy weight?

3. When was the last time I was at my ideal body weight?

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