How to change your mind on overeating for good

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A blocked mind can lead to overeating and weight gain. When you think too much about the situations you have experienced in your life, you tend to stuff down the emotions and beliefs that occur with …

A blocked mind can lead to overeating and weight gain. When you think too much about the situations you have experienced in your life, you tend to stuff down the emotions and beliefs that occur with food. My slideshow will give you 7 steps to get these beliefs and emotions under control.

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  • 1. Monika Kloeckner Presents How to change your mind on overeating for good
  • 2. Irregular eating habits begin with the mind. If your mind is blocked with negative beliefs, thoughts and emotions you tend to overeat. Over thinking and overeating can lead to depression Overeating and over thinking can also lead to weight gain, stress and low self-esteem
  • 3. On the following pages I am going to through the steps on how to change your mind on overeating for good
  • 4. Step 1: Recognise that you overeat Step 2: Remember the first time you started to overeat. Ask yourself the following questions: What was the situation? Who upset me? How did I feel about the situation? What kind of body sensations did I experience, e.g. Sweating, feeling sick...
  • 5. Meditate on that first situation. Close your eyes and imagine vividly that situation. It might bring up emotions. But this is good, because it helps to release the emotions held inside your body and mind. Step 3: What practical steps have you taken so far? Imagine that a friend has let you down. What are the first steps you would take?
  • 6. Step 4: What are your beliefs about the situation? Can you forgive your friend? Will you be friends again? Step 5: Examine your thoughts. What are they? Are they negative? Step 6: Make a list of all the negative thoughts and beliefs
  • 7. Step 7: Write next to the negative beliefs positive ones and read them every day until your subconscious mind has changed to positive beliefs
  • 8. Read the book “Food Addiction No More – 21 days to change your mind on overeating for good”, written by author Monika Kloeckner, published by Balboapress in the United States www.balboapress.co m
  • 9. Visit my website: www.monikakloeckner.com Follow me on twitter @thetahealer1
  • 10. Skype: monika.kloeckner Email: info@monikakloeckner.com Tel.: 0044 (0) 1293 202 105 Please be aware that I live in the UK (GMT time).