I wrote you the other day about The Jack Rabbit Factor. I love the book so much. I watched 'The Secret' about six months ago. I loved it. It made so much sense to me. Things began to click. When I read your book though, it felt so much more personal and related to me so much more. I believe with all of my heart and soul in God and your book goes right along with my beliefs. Thank-you for your inspiration.
My question for you is this. I have lost a lot of weight over the past year. I still have about 30 to go. I have learned how to change my wording on things. I have learned to say 'I am slender and healthy' as opposed to I need to lose weight. I see the importance in that. I have written out my goals on paper for six months, one year and two years for everything I want, not just my physical goals. I battle whether to say this or not but I feel frustrated because I can't seem to stop thinking about what is going into my mouth next.
This has been a struggle for me my whole life and I seem to be getting worse. Do you have any suggestions for me? I am changing and feeling great about my life in general. I know that what I want is on its way. I just need some advice on being patient and doing, and saying the right things to bring them to me. Thanks again for your time and your diligence to this cause.
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