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Learning to Love Your Body


Have you figured out that it is really hard to be happy when you don’t feel good? I was thinking health is not about perspective, but actually it is.  When your head aches or your stomach is upset, life doesn’t look good. Your mind doesn’t work well, and perspective is skewed.

On the other hand, remember a time when your body felt good. You felt energetic, like you could do anything you wanted, and your mind went along with it. Dreams came, and you believed you could accomplish them–humming along on a higher frequency–a great way to live.

Wouldn’t you love to feel that way all the time?

You can! It’s a matter of choice. But it is also understanding why you haven’t done this before. What is sabotaging you? Fear of failure? Thinking it’s too hard? Not wanting yucky food? Not knowing what to do or how to start? Afraid to make choices?

Let me walk along side and make it easy. That is what Love Losing is designed to do. It starts with how you think about yourself, your body, your health, your motivation for change.

Here’s the thing. You can’t work well and feel good unless you learn to make good choices. But that doesn’t have to be painful. Change the way you think about food, your weight, your body, your life. Take charge. You can do this!

It’s the difference between being healthy and unhealthy, and health isn’t that hard. It isn’t a drag, it isn’t negative, it isn’t deprivation. And for sure it isn’t starving!

It’s you in control and feeling good. When bodies are treated right they respond–and quickly.

It’s learning to love your body. Learning what it needs and wants to feel good, work well, and be happy.

My book, Love Losing, is an e-book or a physical workbook. It sounds like it’s about losing weight, but it is really about feeling good. It helps you find your “want to”, and helps you make a plan that’s yours, and cover all the bases. You can go as slow or fast as you want. It’s like having your own personal health coach every day you want it. And it will be free next Saturday (11-29) as a download.


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Adding Joy

This morning I got up late but the most beautiful sight greeted me. The whole sky was covered with broken clouds and the sun had just come up behind them. It was catching on some of them. I had to go outside and look and be part of it.

Right above me was a bright collection, and then here and there were bright spots of clouds. It was interesting to me that not all the clouds were lit up. A few on the horizon and to either side of the sun,  a few  diagonally, a cluster to the side of those above me, and as I turned around they extended in a few patches to the other horizon, where were more–evidently just the ones that were on the same elevation.

I couldn’t help but think it was like us. Not everyone catches the Son’s radiance. Just those who are on the same wave-length–those who want it, and believe they are loved.

I believe Love is the ultimate energy and that God is Love. I don’t think He is just abstract energy, He (They–in my mind) are very personal, at times almost taking my breath away and making me cry to imagine being so loved–so sweetly, personally, loved. This energy is real. To the point of changing physical numbers. (More on this next time.) This time I want to finish with the three laws of the mind out of Philippians.

My friend walked up to me after church yesterday and said, “I thought of you–you could have given that sermon.”

I admitted I’d thought that for the last three weeks. But to know it and apply it–ah, that’s two different things. But it’s been a good week of reading the list in the last post every day, so they come to mind off and on.

First you set your intention–“the want to” factor–have to have that. Then you expose your mind–like getting on the same wave-length. Paul isn’t saying pretend to be joyful, he is saying change the way you think (3:15, 4:8) and change your habits.

He’s talking about the three laws of the mind: the law of attention–what you focus on grows; the law of exchange–eliminate some thoughts and actions and choose the good; and the law of reversibility–action and thinking turn into feelings. If you focus, choose, and act “as if” God loves you, as if you are positive about that, it will become your reality and joy will overtake you.

To a large extent, we create our own reality. If you don’t like your feelings or situation, change your thinking and actions, hold to it and watch your life change. Feelings follow thoughts and actions. You can’t control other peoples’ thoughts or actions, but you can control your own by choice, and your feelings will change. After a little while your life will change too.

Add some joy to your life.


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