t’s time to set our goal. Having a specific goal makes it easier. We know what we want and how much to lose. It helps if we formulate them the following way.
Sometimes people set a goal that is not possible for them to achieve. If you are greatly overweight it’s hard to tell what your goal weight should be. So set a goal and you can adjust it at anytime. You can use this formula for your goal. The Inner Mind thinks in the present so we need to talk to it like that.
If you have a lot of weight to lose try this. Set a mini goal to lose 5-10 pounds or whatever you want. If you weigh 200 pounds and want to weigh 135, set your first mini goal to maybe 195 or 190 or whatever. Set your final goal to 135 pounds which may change as you get closer. Focus on your mini goal most of the time and some of the time on your final goal. If you focus on 135 it may be to far away and seem to hard for you. Once you reach your 190 mini goal then set it to 180 and work on this one. This method also means you will have feelings of success as you lose and will be more motivated.
Adding a specific day to your goal such as: a birthday, a wedding, summer vacation, Xmas Holiday parties, or pick a day. Many times this is extremely motivating. You want to look good and show off your new figure when you go to your friend’s wedding. This sets you on fire and you get so motivated that you reach it. However a specific day may also put too much pressure on you so have one or not. Sometimes you just can’t make it. Be flexible. Your designated time may not be your body’s time.
Garry’s Goal – Right now it is Oct 27, 2018 I have gained about 8 pounds since June due to serious health problems. I want to fit into my slim pants again by New Years Day so I can look good for 2019.
Go into peace self hypnosis which will be described coming up, for now just read and say this to yourself and feel it happening. Self Hypnosis Chapter coming up soon.
When ready say: Wake up to a good day 18.104.22.168.1. (optional)
Garry Waligore Hypnotist firstname.lastname@example.org