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Are you struggling with your weight tired of thinking about food all the time, and feel like you re eating is out of control? In Reprogram Your Weight, award-winning hypnotist Erika Flint combines insightful and leading edge hypnosis techniques with client success stories of weight loss to help many lose the weight once and for all. She understands many people don t know w Are you struggling with your weight tired of thinking about food all the time, and feel like you re eating is out of control? In Reprogram Your Weight, award-winning hypnotist Erika Flint combines insightful and leading edge hypnosis techniques with client success stories of weight loss to help many lose the weight once and for all. She understands many people don t know what to do to lose weight and often have a hard time consistently following through. Some people feel like there s something deeper going on inside that s keeping them from achieving their weight loss goal Flint shows them how to bring these issues to the surface and combat them in a healthy, mindful manner. Within these pages lies the roadmap to a healthier, happier you!"


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Are you struggling with your weight tired of thinking about food all the time, and feel like you re eating is out of control? In Reprogram Your Weight, award-winning hypnotist Erika Flint combines insightful and leading edge hypnosis techniques with client success stories of weight loss to help many lose the weight once and for all. She understands many people don t know w Are you struggling with your weight tired of thinking about food all the time, and feel like you re eating is out of control? In Reprogram Your Weight, award-winning hypnotist Erika Flint combines insightful and leading edge hypnosis techniques with client success stories of weight loss to help many lose the weight once and for all. She understands many people don t know what to do to lose weight and often have a hard time consistently following through. Some people feel like there s something deeper going on inside that s keeping them from achieving their weight loss goal Flint shows them how to bring these issues to the surface and combat them in a healthy, mindful manner. Within these pages lies the roadmap to a healthier, happier you!"

40 review for Reprogram Your Weight: Stop Thinking about Food All the Time, Regain Control of Your Eating, and Lose the Weight Once and for All

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jenn "JR"

    I received this as a Goodreads Giveaway and was immediately struck by the thoughtfulness of the author - she included an envelope with additional information and a printed letter with my name and her signature in handwriting with ALL her contact information! This is a really impressive way to reach out to readers and potential new clients for her hypnotherapy practice. The book is not very long - just under 130 pages - and it's really well written. She has stupendously good organization and her I received this as a Goodreads Giveaway and was immediately struck by the thoughtfulness of the author - she included an envelope with additional information and a printed letter with my name and her signature in handwriting with ALL her contact information! This is a really impressive way to reach out to readers and potential new clients for her hypnotherapy practice. The book is not very long - just under 130 pages - and it's really well written. She has stupendously good organization and her treatment of what can be complex concepts are well organized and easy to follow without feeling like she's just repeating the same bits over again. The case studies included in each chapter are relevant, interesting and varied. There's a range of experiences, emotions, interests (though kayaking does come up several times) to appeal to a broad audience without scaring them off (we're not digging into deep scary issues). She starts off with the concepts of target fixation and "mindful eating." Basically - what you focus on grows (or you run into it, as the case may be). Thinking too much about food and what you can't eat results in overeating. She advises letting your brain do the planning (ie, stock up on healthy foods) and body decide when and how much to eat -- only eat when you are hungry, and stop when you are satisfied. Next, she gets into habits and negative self talk -- addressing how to identify a habit and replace it with more positive behaviors (very similar to what Charles Duhigg discusses in the "The Power of Habit"). Focusing on positive qualities, encouragement and affirmations builds better habits. The author starts to dive into territory that I associate with somatic psychology - identifying your emotions, figuring out where they come from, acknowledging and releasing what is not useful to you. One of her great quotes from this book is "There's an old saying, 'Time heals all wounds' that is absolutely false. Time does nothing to heal wounds. Time is passing, but something must happen for the wounds to heal." Another concept that she touches on frequently is that her clients, after identifying and releasing their emotional clutter, feel "lighter" and find that they are able to engage in more satisfying activities and habits. This seems like it dovetails nicely with the philosophy from "The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up" -- the author of that book helps her clients clear out physical baggage and that results in similar feelings of liberation. Time and again the author brings up the cultural associations between food and emotions -- movies and popcorn, fixing sadness with a cookie or ice cream, enjoying the company of friends at happy hour with caloric beverages and snacks. I found it interesting that she left out how much pressure there is in marketing -- even on a package of vegan ice cream in my fridge I can read something like "experience the Ben & Jerry's euphoria." It's not just the social events and the well-intentioned people who wanted to comfort us but it's now part of the cultural milieu. Food is associated with entertainment, happiness, and so many other things (blame Proust for starting it with his danged cookies!). Developing an awareness of the emotions one is feeling and how they are associated with food is a great start -- and building new habits to satisfy those emotions, whether it's thinking about good memories of a lost brother instead of being sad, or skipping rope for 30 seconds when feeling antsy at work -- can go a long way to help people on an individual level. I would love to see larger changes on a cultural level that reduce the kind of manipulation we experience in marketing but that's a topic for another book, I'm sure! Check out this book - and the author offers videos and other tools through her website. Her compassion and personality really come through in all her materials -- if you have ever thought about pursuing hypnosis or coaching to resolve personal issues, Erika Flint may well be the right person for you!

  2. 5 out of 5

    WANDA HARRISON

    I found this book informative and intriguing. I'm not sure how I feel about hypnotism, but using it for weight loss seems to have worked for these people. I found the stories hit home in some cases. Wanda Harrison I found this book informative and intriguing. I'm not sure how I feel about hypnotism, but using it for weight loss seems to have worked for these people. I found the stories hit home in some cases. Wanda Harrison

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