In this episode I answer the question: How can you be an intuitive eater using eating psychology, love yourself the way you are right now, and still want to lose weight without feeling guilt and shame? Plus, I provide you with the #1 most important thing to do to improve your health, and announce next week’s podcast episode topic.
What happens when you check out vs. what happens when you allow yourself to feel emotions and move through them. This is especially helpful for people who feel they are emotional eaters or who feel they are too emotional. Included in this podcast is a list of symptoms people experience when they are disembodied, as well as the announcement of next week’s podcast topic.
In this episode I talk about increasing your daily diet of positive emotions. People who experience more positive emotions, experience more meaning. And those who experience more meaning, experience more positive emotions. This is the type of wellbeing that you really want to experience! Plus, I provide listeners with some easy-to-do ideas on how they can implement daily activities using the practice of prioritizing positivity. I provide several resources for further, more in-depth information and announce next week’s podcast topic.
New Year’s resolutions don’t work for most people. Extreme measures of goal setting, like SMART goals only work for about 25% of the population. Did you know that 75% people are not motivated by SMART goals at all? It shuts them down before they even get a good start. And believe it or not, only a small percentage of that 25% of people who are motivated by SMART goals, actually accomplish their goals. Resolutions are old, ineffective strategies from a past decade. Instead of “resolution” … think “intention”, or if it resonates with you more, think of it as an “annual theme”. I call mine a “Divine Intention”. Setting an intention and having it touch every area of your life is the new and quite frankly effective way to set personal or professional goals. Because remember, how you do anything is how you do everything.
In order to binge the body must be in fight or flight stress response, technically called sympathetic dominance. The body cannot binge while relaxed. So when you make a binge a ritualistic process and savor every single moment before, during and after, over time you’ll naturally move through and beyond binging. In this episode, I take you through the “basic foundation” of how I work with my eating psychology clients as it relates to this topic. I also discuss clients’ typical results when going through a ritualized binge as it relates to eating psychology. I provide more information about how to work with me to help you go beyond this foundational information in a personalized way. I reveal a special surprise, and announce next week’s podcast topic.
In this episode, I discuss how eating fast and eating slow can significantly influence your health. You will be shocked to learn how something so simple can make a profound difference in almost every area of your life – in ways you would have never expected. While most people have set resolutions associated with speed in the new year, you will be learning to slooooow dooooown. I know, I know. You were told that speed is everything, right? That speed equals success, and successful people do things fast and furiously. That may be true for a small percentage of people, but for most people fast creates a stress response which is counter to the results you actually want. Also in this episode I announce next week’s podcast topic which is a great segway from here.