Are Your Thoughts and Subconscious Beliefs Sabotaging Your Health and Body?

health_and_body“I am so fat.”
“My health is not very good.”
“I can’t help it if I’m too tired to exercise.”
“It’s not my fault if I can’t lose weight.”

“In order to change the print out of the body, we must learn to rewrite the software of the mind.” —Deepak Chopra, M.D.

Our health is the foundation of our lives. As the quote above suggests, our minds and bodies are linked in a dialogue that can create health or disease. Western science is finally acknowledging this link between our beliefs and our health and is beginning to study its ramifications for health care in North America. Other cultures, including the Chinese, Polynesian, Native American, etc., have been using this connection of mind and body for centuries.  Our beliefs have been linked to obesity, heart disease, arthritis, and cancer, as well as other autoimmune diseases. Weight loss has become a multi-billion dollar industry in North America. Unfortunately, much of what is being offered is ineffective and sometimes even harmful. One of the most important elements overlooked in diet and exercise plans is the impact of our subconscious beliefs. Issues of self-esteem, self-love, and sexuality can have powerful effects on weight gain as well as our ability to take it off and keep it off! To reshape your body you may need to reshape your thoughts about it.

An entire spectrum of scientific studies support the findings that there is a “disease-resistant” as well as a “self-healing” personality. People with these personality traits enjoy better health than the population at large. Some of these traits are enthusiasm, alertness, responsiveness, curiosity, security, self-esteem, and contentment. Additional qualities and attributes of healthy people are the ability to express anger, resolve fears, manage loss, forgive self and others, and to see the world filled with hope. Healthful traits are supported by healthful subconscious beliefs.

Your subconscious supports your health and body with these powerful beliefs:

  • My body heals itself naturally and quickly.
  • I accept health as being a natural part of my life.
  • I am a good person and deserve to have a healthy body.
  • I love and accept my body as it is, and as it changes.
  • I trust my body to achieve and maintain its ideal weight.
  • I treat my body like royalty.
  • I feel safe, secure, and confident when my body is slim and trim.

(These are just a sample of the beliefs associated with health and body.).

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