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Get Help with Weight Control

Before Hypnosis

After Hypnosis

"Losing 70 pounds in less than a year was amazing and easy! Thanks, Terry. You changed my life."

M.A., Long Beach, NY

Use your imagination and try this:

Picture yourself at the weight and shape you'd like to be. Form a clear image or thought of how attractive and fit you look. Notice how flexible and energetic you feel.

Now, imagine yourself 20 or even 50 pounds heavier. Feel the discomfort when you move. Picture how uncomfortable and bloated you are. Your clothing doesn't fit; everything feels too tight. Realize that this is the price you have paid for just a few minutes of fattening food in your mouth.

Imagine yourself now as being slender and fit, coming out of the shower, looking into a full length mirror. Notice your flatter stomach. Glide your hand over its smoothness and tautness. Notice the lack of cellulite on your thighs. Step on the scale. Feel pleasure in the numbers that you see.

Visualize yourself trying on new jeans. Notice the smaller size. Feel how easily they zip up. Turn around. Notice how great they look on you, how small your tush is. Bask in pleasure as you look in the mirror.

Now, ask yourself if you're willing to exchange this wonderful feeling and fantastic image for your old, fattening eating habits. This type of "guided imagery" or "mental gymnastics" can help eliminate the feeling of deprivation. It can reverse your willpower, making it difficult to enjoy eating fattening foods. It can even enhance your desire to exercise.

With a number of sessions, custom-tailored to your personal eating habits and issues, hypnosis can reprogram your mindset to prefer a healthy lifestyle. This means no more diets and no more losing weight and gaining it back. You will learn to easily and happily make the right choices, and to never feel deprived again.

Do any of these Control Inhibitors sound familiar?

  • Sugar Cravings
  • Lack of Portion Control
  • Night-time Eating
  • Excessive Carbs
  • Emotional Eating
  • Avoiding Exercise
  • Making Bad Choices
  • Constant Snacking
  • Binging
  • Junk Food Junkie
  • Compulsive Overeating
  • Stress Eating
  • Sneaky Eating
  • Self-Sabotaging
  • Yo-Yo Dieting
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