Slimming Without Effort

Young Woman is Eating Raspberries

The principles of the Law of Attraction that have helped millions of people to succeed in business and personal endeavors apply to the way you look at slimming without effort. If you follow these simple principles, you’ll naturally slim and be who you were meant to be.

You may be afraid that the Law of Attraction will force you to believe in a mystical power that will somehow change you. And while it’s true that there is energy in the Universe and your place in it is important, this is really about changing your attitude and behaviors about slimming effortlessly.

When you change the way you view eating and the way you view your value, you’ll begin to see long lasting changes that will help you to slim successfully. You won’t have to go to support group meetings, track your calories, or attend a weekly weigh-in.

Instead, the Law of Attraction will help you to focus on using food as fuel and on listening to the cues your body has built-in for hunger. You’ll be able to eat whatever you want whenever you’re hungry.

If you’ve struggled with slimming over and over again, you’re not alone. Slimming can be a constant battle. It’s a cycle you probably know very well. First you start a new diet and are invigorated and excited!

But a few days, weeks, or months in, you begin to feel like the diet is too restrictive or you just get tired of all the work it takes. So instead of continuing to lose more weight or even maintaining the weight you’ve lost, you begin to see your weight climb on the scales again.

In today’s culture, it’s so hard to maintain a healthy weight. You have pressure from all sides to be slimmer and healthier. At the same time, you have a schedule that doesn’t stop in order that you can prepare healthy meals and get enough physical activity squeezed into your day.

Slimming is sometimes the easiest way to feel like you’re in control and doing something good for yourself. But every time you start a diet, you feel like you’re being punished. And when you finally quit dieting, you end up putting on more weight than you even had at the start.

You may feel very discouraged by this cycle of yo-yo dieting. To be sure, you aren’t alone. Millions of people follow this same pattern and share the feelings of disappointment, disgust, and even depression. The very nature of the diet culture lends itself to this cycle.

About Root 25 Articles
Root has successfully completed fourteen years of college and has earned seven degrees. He teaches Special Education in Connecticut's largest inner-city high school. In addition, Fenir is a Teacher Consultant for the University of Connecticut's Connecticut Writing Project.

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