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The Subconscious Influence on Your Diet and Permanent Weight Loss

The Subconscious Influence on Your Diet and Permanent Weight Loss
Copyright 2005 Kelly Burris

What determines human behavior and in particular your
eating behavior? I have yet to come across a psychiatrist,
psychologist or physician who can answer this question, yet
this is the most fundamental question if you wish to
initiate lasting permanent behavior change. If you can not
answer this question, how could you possibly expect to help
someone make a change in there diet or insure permanent
weight loss? How can you move forward if you do not
definitively know what is moving you forward. What
determines human behavior and in particular your eating
behavior is simply information. Can you do anything in your
life without talking to yourself or seeing a picture of
what you need to do? Of course not! It would be a little
bit like trying to read from a blank page. No information =
no action!

The next question is: What are the components of this
information? The components of the information that
determines your emotional state and behavior are words and
pictures. The next logical question then is how do you
Recognize, Access and Change the information that is
driving a behavior that simply does not work? This is where
over 20 years of research and development come in with a
program process now known as Burris MIND/FITNESS.
MIND/FITNESS answers the last question with great precision
and accuracy by virtue of starting out with the first two
questions. In the resolution of any problem it is always
about the question. Never has this been more relevant.
Imagine if for the last 60 years psychologists asked, “How
can I fix it?” instead of “Why is it broken?!”

Why You Absolutely Must Take Control of Your Subconscious

To give you an idea of the power of the subconscious, you
can speak at a rate of about two to three hundred words per
minute. Your subconscious runs at a rate of about one
thousand to twelve hundred words per minute which is about
four times faster than you can speak. This is why you can
talk on the phone and perform other tasks like typing on
the computer or driving a car because the subconscious is
already programmed to do the other tasks. You can look at
the conscious mind and the subconscious mind like a tug of
war with a vat of mud in the middle for whom ever loses.
The conscious mind is one-person on one side against the
subconscious, which are four people on the other side. If
the conscious decides to move in a different direction like
changing your diet, losing weight, increasing your fitness
program, quitting smoking or any number of other things, it
is usually a losing proposition because you are simply out
numbered with information. This is why it is so difficult
to attain spontaneous change. Burris MIND/FITNESS will to
make sure you have the most people on your side in the tug
of war.

Burris MIND/FITNESS is based on the reality that all
behavior is emotionally driven or in other words your
emotional state = your behavior. How you feel about things
you do will always determine whether you move toward them
or not. You will always move toward perceived pleasure and
away from pain. The key component of any behavioral change
program must include how to get control of your emotional
state. So what is the biggest difference between
MIND/FITNESS and any other behavioral change program? The
question MIND/FITNESS asks is: “How can I fix it?” as
opposed to “Why is it broken?”
Example: If you get a flat tire on your car, do you want to
walk back down the road to find out why you got the flat or
do you want to know how to fix it so that you can keep
moving forward?
It is certainly not necessary to spend the last 40 years of
your life analyzing the first 40 years of your life.

It is imperative that you understand how to take control of
the subconscious because the mind is like a car without an
off switch and an unknown driver, if you do not
predetermine the destination. If you decide not drive it,
it is going to drive itself or someone else may get in the
seat and drive it for you. Someone else driving might be ok
if you agree to where they are going but what if you do not
like where they are going?

For the first eighteen years of your life someone else
drove the car. This was usually with little or no
consideration to the younger passengers. Almost every
decision was made for you. You were told what to do, what
to eat and learned how to react to any given situation. All
of this information is stored in the subconscious and will
arise randomly to determine your life’s path.

There are also a tremendous number of variables that can
occur in your initial programming that may have little to
do with your parents. The bottom line still remains. Do
you, at some point, want to drive or do you want to
continue letting someone or something else drive?


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Kelly Burris is the author of “Reprogramming the Overweight
Mind: 7 Steps to Taking Control of Your Subconscious.” You
can read the first two chapters, or become a “Certified
Burris MIND/FITNESS Consultant” by going to
http://www.KellyBurris.com.

 

 
 
 
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