The Laws of Gravity: Chronic Dieter's Edition

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AuthorHouse, Feb 1, 2010 - Education - 84 pages
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Globally, we have become obsessed with how we look and how we eat. We need to redirect our path by re-aligning ourselves with our natural, pre-disrupted state the way we would have been had our relationship with food never been disturbed. In The Laws of Gravity, author Robin Ashley Long provides a process to assist us in enhancing our relationship with food.

Not a diet or weight loss book, The Laws of Gravity offers a realistic alternative to quick-fix dieting and weight loss. Her advice creates a positive synergistic cycle relating to our food, our bodies, our emotions, and ourselves by journeying through these phases:

  • * Phase I: Acknowledgement. Understanding our eating behaviors and becoming aware of how our actions perpetuate themselves.
  • * Phase II: Self-acceptance. Developing a better relationship with food and beginning an upward spiral of positive experiences surrounding eating to change our internal psychological state.
  • * Phase III: Allow. By creating a positive psychological state around eating, we can stop the conscious mind from focusing on food.
The Laws of Gravity presents a fresh perspective on fundamental information about eating rituals and relationships and provides a new script and a new way of thinking, living, and being.

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