Can NLP Help Weight Loss
Here is an answer, one page or less, to a common question in NLP.
Can NLP help in weight loss? My personal experience is, “Yes!”
Let me tell you about a really good friend from many years ago who lost a lot of weight using NLP and Time Line Therapy® techniques. Dan was a good friend of mine. We had some fun times together, really fun. He first took The Secret of Creating Your Future® seminar with me in Dallas, and when I met him, he was a roly-poly guy from Texas who was almost as wide as he was tall. He was jovial and fun loving, always up for a joke.
Roughly a year later, I was back in Dallas, and I had quite a shock. He had come back to assist at the seminar. At first I didn’t recognize Dan, but I knew the voice and I was shocked, he said he needed to lose weight since he needed methods to reverse diabetes, so he changed his lifestyle and take some supplements from an online site.
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He Lost 90 Pounds
I said, “Dan, Dan, Dan, what did you do?” He said, “I went on a diet, and used the technology from The Secret of Creating Your Future® seminar to lose weight.
He said he only did 4 things:
- He stopped eating starch and sugar,
- He ate only protein, fat and veggies (all veggies for body building),
- He exercised 3-4 times per week, and
- He put the goal in his future, and eliminated his doubts (this is a specific process we teach during our Time Line Therapy® trainings).
Dramatic! You bet.
I’ve had quite a number of clients who had considerable success losing weight just choosing a diet and a work-out plan and putting it in their future. Dan’s 90 pound loss was quite a lot (most people don’t lose 90 pounds), but his success in reaching his goal was not unusual (most people do reach their chosen goal).
Does NLP work for weight loss? Yup. Just ask Dan.