Your Anchors How They Keep You From Your Weight Loss Goals

Your Anchors How They Keep You From Your Weight Loss Goals



Anchors are the​ reasons that attach you to​ any behavior. Your anchors originated from extremely strong repetitive memory associations,​ which are triggered by your five senses of​ hearing,​ vision,​ smell,​ taste,​ and touch. You are constantly being anchored in​ different ways through out your life. For example,​ when you hear a​ certain song and it​ brings back a​ memory of​ a​ certain person,​ or​ a​ place in​ time,​ this is​ an​ audio anchor or​ an​ anchor triggered by your sense of​ hearing.

Have you ever met someone for the​ first time and noticed that something about them reminds you of​ someone or​ something else? This is​ a​ visual anchor or​ an​ anchor triggered by your sense of​ sight. Until now all of​ your anchors have been installed in​ your subconscious mind by someone else or​ by accident and in​ most cases you were not even aware of​ them. Now for the​ first time through the​ process of​ Burris MIND/FITNESS,​ you can learn how to​ anchor a​ reaction or​ behavior you want on​ purpose and consistently get the​ results you want over and over,​ until you are assured of​ attaining your weight goal.

It is​ important to​ understand that your subconscious mind can be triggered into a​ negative anchored behavior without even pausing to​ consider what it​ is​ doing. it​ is​ this type of​ behavior that is​ responsible for your worst eating habits. I refer to​ this type of​ behavior as​ “No Thought Eating.” at​ the​ time of​ “No Thought Eating” your subconscious mind has given no consideration to​ what it​ is​ doing and your conscious mind is​ not even aware that anything is​ taking place.

A good example of​ this is​ when you are feeling fearful,​ guilty angry,​ or​ bored. You immediately look for something to​ eat,​ even if​ you are not hungry. in​ most cases you will look for what you refer to​ as​ your comfort foods,​ which is​ anything that is​ high in​ sugar,​ fat or​ both. Let us say you come across a​ bag of​ cookies,​ without any hesitation you eat one and before you realize it,​ you are eating the​ whole bag. Sometime during this “No Thought Eating” binge your conscious mind awakens to​ what is​ taking place. You stop your eating binge and now along with feeling fearful,​ guilty,​ angry,​ or​ bored; you are also probably a​ little nauseous. the​ first thought that pops into your mind is: “Why Did I Eat That? I wasn’t even hungry!” How many times have you asked yourself this self-defeating negative question “Why Did I Eat That?”

The second you asked yourself this question,​ your subconscious mind is​ triggered into action to​ find an​ answer,​ which in​ turn produces a​ correlating picture. Surprise,​ surprise what did it​ find in​ your subconscious eating behavior program? it​ found you ate the​ cookies because you were feeling fearful,​ guilty,​ angry,​ or​ bored. of​ course it​ did because that is​ exactly how you were programmed as​ a​ child to​ react to​ fear,​ guilt,​ anger,​ or​ boredom. Once again your subconscious mind will take this answer and the​ correlating picture of​ you being overweight and use it​ to​ anchor you even deeper to​ your childhood program.

Here is​ where the​ fun starts,​ what you have to​ do in​ order to​ change your existing negative anchored behaviors of​ “No Thought Eating?” You simply restructure your question from its negative form of​ “Why did I eat that?” to​ a​ positive form question of​ “How can I stop this no thought eating when I am feeling fearful,​ guilty,​ angry,​ or​ bored?” Your subconscious mind will now produce a​ positive answer to​ your new positive question such as: When you are feeling fearful,​ guilty,​ angry or​ bored,​ find an​ activity you enjoy in​ place of​ eating. Once again these new answers will produce empowering correlating pictures that will move you toward your weight goal. it​ is​ truly that simple,​ positive empowering questions = positive empowering results.
From this time on,​ it​ is​ essential that you are always conscious of​ your inner voice,​ thereby insuring that all of​ your self-questions are positive ones and insuring that you always maintain a​ positive emotional state.

Regardless of​ weather your goal is​ a​ change in​ diet for weight loss,​ an​ increase in​ your fitness program or​ to​ take control of​ an​ eating disorder such as​ anorexia or​ bulimia. in​ the​ end the​ question you need to​ ask yourself is…Am I completely happy with the​ mind running itself or​ do I need to​ take control of​ it? if​ your answer is​ I need to​ take control of​ it,​ then Burris MIND/FITNESS is​ the​ answer.

The health of​ your body is​ dependent on​ your mental health and taking control of​ the​ subconscious is​ the​ key to​ lasting permanent change of​ any behavior.




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