Hypnosis Promotes Healthy Weight Loss
By Steve G. Jones
Hypnosis is a powerful tool that can be used to release ones full potential, especially when it comes to losing weight. If you have been on diet after diet and lost weight, only to put it on again, then you are well aware that it takes more than will power to successfully maintain weight loss. Even though you know how and what to eat and the importance of exercise, it can be difficult to lose weight. That is because losing and maintaining a healthy weight are much less about will power and much more about metabolism and psyche.
So often when people try to lose weight they verbalize a strong desire. Yet blame for failures is put on a lack of will power. Hypnosis targets an area of the mind that is often pushed to the background. By bringing about an awareness of what lies there, hypnosis can allow you to have the part of your mind that truly wants to lose weight and take center stage over the part of the mind that tells you eating that chocolate cake is what you want right now.
Part of what you have the ability to control with your mind is metabolism. Metabolism refers to how quickly your body uses its fuel sources (food) and how much will be stored. By increasing metabolism you can speed up weight loss and maintain it. Hypnosis has the ability to let you change your metabolism.
Hypnosis can teach you to use that part of the mind to create powerful and lasting changes in your life. Getting control over the physical body through willful and conscious action is what hypnosis is all about. It does it by using the information already there and making it the dominant thought instead of just stored facts.
Self driven methods of hypnosis are extremely effective in making lasting changes. You can train your metabolism through Weight Loss Self Hypnosis created by Clinical Hypnotherapist, Steve G. Jones. Visit http://www.betterlivingwithhypnosis.com/weightloss.html for more information.
About The Author
Steve G. Jones is a board certified Clinical Hypnotherapist. He is a member of the National Guild of Hypnotists, American Board of Hypnotherapy, president of the American Alliance of Hypnotists, on the board of directors of the Los Angeles chapter of the American Lung Association, and director of the California state registered Steve G. Jones School of Hypnotherapy.