Collaborating with our practices and not against them takes awareness and also honesty. This is our true tool against the fight versus weight. As opposed to making justifications for our habits and grumbling regarding others that don’t have the same motivation, why not desire it bad sufficient to have a goal that would urge you to want the change for the better, and also to fight for it to be satisfied?
Working with our habits and not against them takes awareness and honesty. This is our true weapon against the battle against weight. Rather than making excuses for our behavior and complaining about others who don’t have the same motivation, why not want it bad enough to have a goal that would encourage you to continue to want it and fight for it?
I am aware that I often have many thoughts and talk about my weight; I get lost sometimes. When I am lost, I am looking for truth as to why I am where I am. I know I am doing some of the things that I want to do, and as I get lost, I feel as if I have been tricked into some lie. I need to focus on my vision a truth. That is why I look back at my goals and ask myself, was it true? As well as was it all along? If it was all along, then I will be pleased I did it and that I worked for it. But I am also seeking some truth as to why I am where I am. I ask myself the questions below to discover if I have made some mistakes.
* Am I focused on my desires or my vision?
* Am I working with myself or against myself?
* Am I worried about being good enough or being bad enough?
Doing this process keeps me present and allows me to be honest and honest and let go of the inside game and return to the outer game. To be present, I am reminded to ask the questions above to let go of the need to make perfect work and turn my attention to the want in my heart. Once I can no longer ask myself if what I want is true, I am at ease in the reality that I can be more present in my life and be a victor in the battle of my weight.