"We can't create a new future while we're living in our past. It's simply impossible" Joe Dispenza What an amazing and true quote. When we decide to create something new, our brain will always look for past experiences in order to find evidence for what we want to create in our life. If you never hadn’t done before, the first thing your brain is going to tell you is: “It’s not going to work!” or “It’s too difficult” or “I don’t know how to do it” or even “I’ve never done it b
I have started a new diet and a new workout plan many many times during the last 10 years, and the reason I had to start over and over again was simply because of the way I was thinking about the process and about myself.
I thought that would be easy, fast and last forever at first.
Then I saw that it wasn't easy, fast or permanent.
After trying to lose weight couple times, I started to think that this is impossible to achieve, I couldn't do it, I don't have enough will
The weight loss journey is not easy and is not comfortable. I don't think it is supposed to be easy and comfortable. It requires effort, planning and commitment. Most people that want to lose weight are not willing to be uncomfortable, or willing to stop eating certain foods and even start exercising. They want it to be easy, effortless and fast. They also want to do it once, lose all the weight and never get it back again. I know, because I hear that a lot from clients, and
Do you want to feel better?
Do you think if you lose weight you will feel better and have a better life?
When we try to make our lives better from the outside in, the affect it’s always temporary because we're trying to be dependent on something external for our happiness.
You can't make your life better from the outside in, if you want the change to be permanent.
To find out how to make your life better you have to think about what makes you good internally.