SuccessFit Weight-Loss: A 6-week Hypnotherapy program

SuccessFit Weight-Loss: A 6-week Hypnotherapy program

By Jainish Patel, certified SuccessFit Weight Loss Practitioner (International Certification Board of Clinical Hypnotherapists) 

 

Have you tried diet after diet, only to lose weight and gain it all back again?

Who wouldn’t want a solution that not only helps you get the perfect shape, but also puts you on autopilot once you get there?

You’ve heard it all before, right? “THIS DIET is the one that REALLY WORKS!”  You try it… maybe it works for a while, maybe not… and eventually, you’re off the diet and the old habits return, along with all the weight and then some.

The logic of dieting (a short-term solution) goes against the very nature of human behaviour – that we are creatures of habit.

Get in Shape with a PROVEN and EFFECTIVE Program.

  • Increase Self-Esteem
  • Eat the right food
  • Eliminate Emotional Eating
  • Subconsciously program the metabolic rate

What You Will NOT Do with This Program:

  • You will NOT count calories.
  • You will NOT buy special foods.
  • You will NOT exclude favourite foods.

In six weeks, you will learn what really works for you, and get complete group and personal sessions SuccessFit program includes 6 sessions (personal and group), each one week apart. You will get exact help that you need to break free of obesity/current body shape. You will be able to overcome both the conscious and subconscious reasons for holding onto extra weight.

You will get complete sessions, not just methods/techniques, some of the important benefits of the program includes:

  1. Overcome emotional blocks in a subconscious level- When you can remove lifelong emotional blocks you will make rapid change.
  2. By really understanding the conscious and subconscious cues and the strategy that can break these association in one session, you will have a powerful tool diets and exercise alone simply do not have. You will yourself continue to lose weight and near a short term-goal.
  3. Eating patterns vs. activity patterns and motivation;
    Everyone has motivations, some are “to” motivations and some are “away” motivations. Help yourself create new eating patterns and take action based on profound motivations.
  4. Using metaphorical and experiential hypnosis we will create new responses and change you at the deepest levels.

 You see, in addition to helping you to eat healthier and lose weight IMMEDIATELY, this program will teach you (consciously and subconsciously) how to relax yourself more deeply than ever before. These deep feelings of calm and peacefulness, and the overall positive shift in attitude, will allow you to enjoy yourself more completely even before you reach your goal weight.

The point here is that once you’ve begun this program, you’ll not only be drawn toward healthier foods… you’ll not only have an overwhelming desire to exercise more… you’ll also remain poised and tranquil, and you’ll be feeling a lot more confident.

Schedule:

6th January (Sunday)- 10 am -12 pm- 1st group meet-up

First 3 Personal sessions Starting from 11th January each 1 week apart on Friday, Saturday or Sunday (Each individual will be assigned one of the three days and time after mutual agreement for whole program),

2nd February (Sunday) 10-12 pm- 2nd group meet-up

1-Break week

Last 3 sessions starting from 15th Feb each 1 week apart on Friday, Saturday or Sunday as assigned

Note- Only 1 rescheduling for individual session available if necessary

Energy Exchange: Rs 15,000

Registrations: Jainish Patel Phone: 9898743384 

 

References:

Does Hypnosis Really Work for Weight Loss? 

Hypnosis DOUBLED the number of pounds lost!

Kirsch, I. (1996). Hypnotic enhancement of cognitive-behavioral weight loss treatments: Another meta-reanalysis. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 64(3), 517-519. doi:10.1037//0022-006x.64.3.517

At the 8-month and 2-year follow-ups, the hypnosis clients showed significant additional weight loss, while those in the behavioral treatment exhibited little further change. More of the subjects who used hypnosis also achieved and maintained their personal weight goals.

Bolocofsky, D. N., Spinler, D., & Coulthard-Morris, L. (1985). Effectiveness of hypnosis as an adjunct to behavioral weight management. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 41(1), 35- 41. doi:10.1002/1097-4679(198501)41:13.0.co;2-z

Results suggest that mindfulness meditation effectively decreases binge eating and emotional eating in populations engaging in this behavior

Katterman, S. N., Kleinman, B. M., Hood, M. M., Nackers, L. M., & Corsica, J. A. (2014).

Mindfulness meditation as an intervention for binge eating, emotional eating, and weight loss: A systematic review. Eating Behaviors, 15(2), 197-204. doi:10.1016/j.eatbeh.2014.01.005

Women who used hypnosis lost 17 pounds. Women who did not lost .5 pounds.

Cochrane, Gordon; Friesen, J. (1986). Hypnotherapy in weight loss treatment. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 54, 489-492.

Hypnosis is a viable, non-invasive method for treating obesity. All the above subjects have achieved or are achieving their desired weight loss..

Jureidini, K. (2017). Successful hypnosis for obesity. Internal Medicine Journal, 47, 22-23. doi:10.1111/imj.3_13463

Hypnotic modulation of appetite- and satiation-associated peptides and hormone levels may yield additional physiological benefits in Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.

Entwistle, P. A., Webb, R. J., Abayomi, J. C., Johnson, B., Sparkes, A. C., & Davies, I. G. (2014). Unconscious Agendas in the Etiology of Refractory Obesity and the Role of Hypnosis in Their Identification and Resolution:A New Paradigm for Weight-Management Programs or a Paradigm Revisited? International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 62(3), 330-359. doi:10.1080/00207144.2014.901085

One meta-analysis found that, of patients being treated for obesity, those receiving CBT with hypnosis had better results, even after long-term follow up, than those just receiving CBT.

Fischer, S. (2016). You are the man behind the curtain n. New Scientist, 229(3064), 34-35. doi:10.1016/s0262-4079(16)30418-3

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