Are You Willing to Change?

Angie Monko - Thursday, May 13, 2010
Dear Friends,

Are you willing to change?  If you’re like me, I’m sure you’ve experienced shear frustration
when it comes to releasing weight and food issues.  The cravings and food urges are
enough to drive you batty.  On top of that, you have ingrained underlying beliefs about your
body, your ability to release weight, fear of never getting over the food/weight problem, etc.
Sometimes your situation may seem hopeless.  And to make matters more complex, you
have emotional reasons for wanting to eat and/or punish yourself with degrading internal talk.

It’s no wonder that you may not want to give up your reliance on food. It’s also not surprising
that it may be very difficult to stop thinking of yourself and your body in belittling ways. 
You’ve had years of programming these negative beliefs into your heart and mind. So how
do you become willing to change?  Well, the first step is to determine how your current
situation is serving you.  If you overeat or eat compulsively, how is this serving you? 

Even though this may seem like an odd question, it’s not.  Does the extra weight protect you
somehow and make you feel safe?  If so, safe from what? Or does being overweight provide
an excuse for you to limit the success you’re truly capable of?  Maybe the extra weight keeps
the opposite sex at bay.  Maybe your condition gives you something else, such as attention
from a spouse or loved one (it doesn’t have to be positive attention either), especially if you
are often sick. 

These ideas are intended to jog your memory and get you thinking about why you subconsciously
do NOT want to reach your goal and why you want to remain in your current situation.  
Of course, I recommend that once you determine your blocks you immediately begin tapping
on the core issues.   You might actually begin to see some results!

PS:  If you’re really serious about creating your most magnificent life, click on the attached to see
if you qualify for a discovery session:

PSS:  Do you have friends and family that are also interested in creating their own destinies of
joy and freedom?  Send them to:

Have a blessed day!  
Angie Monko,

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