How long have you struggled with your weight? Have you done the diet yo-yo for years or simply given up?
Alternating between being “bad” and “good”, and riding the roller coaster up and down the scale.
“Weight loss this time is actually calming. This is so different from what I’ve experienced before.” –Nancy Popa, Homemaker, Los Altos, CA
The roller coaster is a symptom of inner conflict. In other words, part of them very much wants to release the weight, to be thin healthy and attractive, and part of them doesn’t. So sometimes you are good, and sometimes you “sabotage” yourself.
What we often don’t realize is that we really are getting something out of being overweight. It may be the distraction of eating when bored, the comfort of food when lonely, the protection of being plump, or simply the joy of eating!
It’s not about willpower.
It’s about the conflict. Whatever it is, as long as you reject that part of you, the part of you that got you overweight in the first place, you will stay trapped in the struggle.
Renee’s Sabotage Self Sabotage process will guide you through an extraordinary journey to move forward to peace with food and with your body.
This process is a cornerstone of Renee’s Quick Start session, worth $499. There is nothing else like it on the market. Most hypnosis programs attempt to implant suggestions about weight loss without addressing the underlying cause. Suggestions on their own, even when received in a relaxing trance, will eventually wear off because the conflict still rages on in the subconscious mind.
“I was always trying to get rid of the bad part of me, to control myself. It felt like there was a devil on my shoulder, telling me to do what I shouldn’t, and the devil kept on winning. After the Conflict Resolution process, I experienced peace for the first time. I really didn’t even want to overeat. I actually found myself leaving food on my plate!” Stella J. Architect, Palo Alto, CA