Have you ever heard someone say, “I really shouldn’t eat this cake,” while they taking yet another big bite of cake or, “I am so full I can’t eat one more bite, but this is so good I will just have a little more.” Or maybe even you catch yourself doing similar things.
So why do we do this? Logically, we know we shouldn’t eat the cake or that we are full and need to stop eating, but something just seems to compel us to eat more. This is the power of your unconscious mind. Logically, you know you shouldn’t eat it or you should stop eating, but that fork keeps going up to your mouth. This is not a lack of willpower or self-discipline, this is the incredible power of your unconscious mind.
Your unconscious mind is a slave to its programming and it will work relentlessly to fulfill whatever that programming is. So imagine if your unconscious programming was to eat healthier, smaller portions and exercise. Now you will become compelled to do those things.
Published author and noted local hypnotist, Rob Malone, is going to be speaking Wednesday, June 18, at the Live Well Wellness Center, 330 Frank Scott Parkway West, Belleville, IL. For more information and to register to attend please contact the Live Well Wellness Center at 618-236-3600. Malone, a Belleville native and current resident of Red Bud, IL, will be discussing hypnosis, the power of the unconscious, as well as his new book, The Fat is in Your Head, How to Leverage Your Unconscious Mind to Lose Weight with Self-Hypnosis, and his personal journey of how he lost over 70 pounds using self-hypnosis.
Malone is a Certified Hypnotist, Certified Hypnosis Instructor, and published author. He is also the founder and president of the Metro Hypnosis Center, the fastest growing hypnosis center in the Midwest. He is a speaker at the annual convention of the National Guild of Hypnotists in Marlborough, MA.
The Metro Hypnosis Center offices are located in Maryland Heights, Missouri. For more information on the Metro Hypnosis Center, go to their website www.MetroHypno.com, email info@MetroHypno.com or call 314-714-4572.