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Hypnotic Gastric Band Surgery

Trying to diet without changing your mindset is an uphill struggle. Here’s a little story to demonstrate what I mean.

‘A man has a factory where he makes square tables, he’s been making square tables for years and in the past they’ve always sold well, but suddenly sales fall off and he finds out that people now prefer round tables. But he makes square tables, he’s always made square tables, so he tells his employees to take the square tables he’s made and turn them into round tables.

Unfortunately this is really hard work and it takes a lot of effort and time. Everyone becomes frustrated and fed up because they don’t seem to be getting anywhere fast. Then one of his employees tells him, “Wouldn’t it be easier if we went back to the drawing board and made the changes before the tables were manufactured.” Seeing sense the manufacturer re-designs the tables, changes the machines and starts to make round tables.’

A silly story I know but that is exactly what we do when we try to diet without changing the blueprint in mind. It’s all hard work, it’s frustrating and everyone gets fed up. Your body follows your mind and this is why you need to change your mind first. This is why hypnotherapy, EFT(Emotional Freedom Technique) and Metaphysical techniques work, because they help to make the mind changes needed to make a difference to the outer effect. You start to ‘manufacture’ a slim body from the inside out. Then you just start to eat less naturally.

There was a story in the Daily Telegraph recently about a woman who lost 4st after hypnotist convinced her she had undergone hypnotic gastric band surgery.  Headline: A woman lost almost 4st in weight after she was hypnotized into believing she had had a gastric band fitted.

I offer this treatment as part of the HypnoSlimmer program.  To find out more go to Hypnotic Gastric Band Surgery Chichester

To Your Success,  Christine

Tel: 01243 699646 /  07747 865982

Email: christine@makingpositivechanges.co.uk

Website: https://www.makingpositivechanges.co.uk