Change your mind to change your body!
You may have already learned the bad news about diets the hard way. Sure diets work for a while. You may lose weight only to gain it back, and more often than not, you end up weighing more than you did to begin with. The mere fact of starting a diet or exercise program eases the psychological tension that led you to diet in the first place, and hence undermines your need to continue it. And dieting lowers your body's metabolism - the very mechanism by which you burn calories. The diet paradox is this... you begin to fail the moment you begin to succeed. So how do you break out of this cycle and begin to change permanently? Discover how with Clark Cameron! Permanent Weight Loss is a thought-transforming program aimed squarely at the one part of our total reality that we can control: how we feel about aspects of our life and experience. You'll discover a process that is immediate, specific, verifiable, simple to learn, easy to use, and available to you under almost all circumstances. It draws its transformational strength from the power of the spoken word to change the way you think about your experience. Based on years of research in weight loss and other addictive behaviors, Permanent Weight Loss introduces one of the most revolutionary techniques in the field of applied psychology: The Releasing Strategy, an essential tool for breaking free from past conditioning and what it has done to you.
The goal is to teach you to use this powerful technique in all kinds of situations without a facilitator or therapist. You'll learn to carry out a conscious override of an internal emotion-driven command... to block cravings and binges almost before they start. With the techniques you'll learn in Permanent Weight Loss, you'll begin your new life and on your way to a new body - breaking the diet cycle, losing weight and finally getting to the size that healthiest for you.
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.
What members say
wasn't a fan
I couldn't finish this one. It was a struggle just to do half of it. It might be good for some people but I couldn't buy into chapter after chapter of telling me to say "I release my bla bla bla..." I'm not saying it doesn't work, it just wasn't what I was looking for.