The Self Leader Secret
Slim Down to the Body You’ve Always Wanted (part 2)
Then there is the third component causing your appetite, your brain. Your brain is a physiological organ having psychological abilities, e.g. the ability to think. The mind, through its neural network of receptors is connected to the bodies central nerves system “the spinal cord” sending life sustaining messages to each cell within the body continually in each nano second. You mind is constantly monitoring is life sustaining forces. It monitors your appetite, your digestion, your fat burning capacity, and every other life sustaining mechanism as you move through your day. But, there is a function of the Brain relating to Psychology or “Thought” within your mind that often interferes with the brain’s ability to read its body needs from a physiological standpoint correctly. This is the psychological interplay within brain functioning that in many cases prevents the human body from completing its sole purpose of sustaining the life of its internal organs. Psychology is the component that is directly affected by lifestyle as it is subjected to the negativity of a disillusioned lifestyle causing people, in many instances to desire to eat for the purpose of feeling better inside at a psychological level instead of allowing the bodies natural appetite functions to occur and sustain the life of the internal organ functions.
In Vision 8, Mark Hamilton writes about how in today’s suppressed civilization, society has become bored due to the burden of an uncreative monotonous lifestyle which the world of today forces us into as we live our lives. Food breaks the boredom; food is the stimulation that is replacing the missed stimulation within us for living life. Mr. Hamilton goes on to describe the three powerful evolutionary forces that have always dictated our eating patterns as:
ü Hunger – which dictated when we ate,
ü Craving – which dictated what we ate,
ü Fullness – which dictated how much we ate.
These three evolutionary forces are the Psychological Components of our “Human Appetite.” This is how our Brain perceives the suppression of our lives from a psychological perspective, and attempts to insert a form of psychological stimulation via the oral and sensory gratification of eating food when perhaps we are not hungry, do not actually crave anything in particular, or may even be full in that moment we begin our psychological eating as we attempt to make ourselves “Feel Better Inside.” This type of psychological eating goes against the natural function of the organs and tissues related to sustaining life which are described as the digestive tract, the adipose tissue, and the brain with its functioning receptors. In this way the suppressions of a life of monotony have caused us to extinguish our physiological life one day at a time through our eating habits. Each failed dieting attempt psychologically convinces us that we should just give up trying to hold on to our youthful vitality, appearance, and the health of our bodies.
Vision 8 describes Two Secrets and Twelve Facts to transforming your physical appearance and eating habits. Secret One: Adjust your fullness level by regulating your cravings through a regular menu of particular foods which you will eat at specific times each day. Secret Two: A Neothink® eating program conditions the body to crave one thing only by reducing the infinite choices of foods to a specific few which are consumed regularly each day at the scheduled meal times. In this way your body becomes conditioned to crave one thing only. You begin to crave ONLY those foods which your Neothink® diet provides to you on a consistent and regular basis. This is how the psychology of your cravings is overcome giving you control again over your eating habits. When your fullness-level adjustments occur, your body has only one struggle to overcome – its one craving (that which you eat on a regular basis). This struggle is far from overwhelming and the body does quickly adjust to each craving added. Success can be yours again as you marvel at the beauty you once again see when you gaze in the mirror and say to yourself, “Welcome Back Beautiful” to your life!
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