Friday, June 6, 2014

I Woke Up Fat

"I woke up fat," a woman wrote in an email to John Morgan. She went on to tell him of her years of failed yo-yo dieting. Then she found out her husband was having an affair with her neighbor. She got a divorce and gained even more weight. When she connected with an old friend about an impending grade-school reunion, she was extra-motivated to lose weight. Her friend then told her she had attended one of our seminars. Well, as the seminar coordinator, I can't get our program to every city, and we take off a few months in between our New Year and Fall seasons. What to do if you can't attend?  Watch the DVD of the seminar, just like the woman who "woke up fat." She was writing John because she did watch the DVD, wondering whether it could work as well as an in-person seminar. She had successfully lost the weight she wanted to. A bonus was that at the grade-school reunion, she reunited with an old flame and a year later, they were married.

It's always wonderful to get unsolicited emails telling about participant success stories. Here's another one that came with pictures:


Pretty AWESOME, huh?
So good news! John Morgan Seminars is having a 50% off summer sale. So if you want to LOSE WEIGHTSTOP SMOKING, or ACCOMPLISH ANYTHING, here's your chance. You can also get a VIRTUAL MASSAGE from yours truly.  

Recently I was listening to an interview with Bruce Lipton who was talking about how the first seven years of our lives we are essentially in a trance. Our brain waves don't reach a conscious beta-wave state until about the age of seven. This means that we learn everything before the age of seven in a state of hypnosis and it is hardwired into our subconscious. The good news is that the subconscious makes sure that we don't have to figure out how to walk every time we wake up in the morning. In fact, anything we do automatic is the subconscious in action. The bad news is that it is habitual and automatic and if there is a behaviour you notice about yourself that you want to change, it's very difficult to make a change. One way is how we learn after the age of seven, which is through repetition. Anytime you find yourself sabotaging yourself in any area of your life, you are arguing with your subconscious. Anytime you find yourself struggling to make things happen, you are not in alignment with your subconscious programming. 

Your subconscious is concerned with one thing: your survival. It will go with the program that got installed in your first seven years, no matter if you're now an adult. So to work with the subconscious mind to make the changes you want in your life, you need to use the tool that installed the program/pattern in the first place: hypnosis. 

I get to talk to many of the participants who have attended our seminars over the years. The beauty of hypnosis is that it works with your subconscious mind. One woman I know stopped went gluten free and dropped a bunch of weight. That's what her body needed to do. Another one joined a weight-loss group. Another got a Wii fitness and started playing with her kids. One guy got off his blood pressure meds and dropped 40 pounds in 6 months. That's just the weight loss category. Then I hear from all the grateful people who quit smoking. One woman I talked to had smoked for 40 years!  Two hours later, she was smoke-free. I got to talk to her a year after she took the seminar. 

Why do I do what I do? Because it works. Check us out at John Morgan Seminars

"It's never to late to be what you might have been." ~George Eliot

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