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Weight Loss Blockbuster Course

Welcome


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Hello and welcome! I’m Sonal Pandey and I’m so glad you’re joining me in the course. We will be using a powerful transformation technique called Tapping to create the mindset that will get you up and working out regularly. Tapping involves literally tapping gently on certain acupuncture points on the face and body while focusing on the problem at hand. The science behind it is that tapping on certain points while thinking about what’s bothering you calms a part of the brain called the Amygdala that is responsible for our fight or flight response. This enables us to quickly shift to a positive mindset that uncovers creative solutions to the problem.

If you are from the law of attraction line of thinking or simply a positive thinker, you might wonder why we use negative wording like “I’m angry about this situation”. You see, Tapping is a clearing technique. We bring up our negative feelings and clear them out with simultaneous tapping. So it is totally safe and okay to focus on a problem while you are tapping. When you are not tapping, it is indeed in our best interest to think happy, positive thoughts.

If all this sounds confusing, don’t worry because I have taken care of it for you. Throughout the course, all you will need to do is follow along to my videos and you’ll be fine. Now Tapping is a safe and natural technique that has been around for decades, but I request that you use it in this course while taking full responsibility for your own health and well being. Now that that’s out of the way, let’s dive right in!

Tapping Points Introduction


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To begin, use your dominant hand (right hand if you are right handed, left if you are left handed) to tap on the fleshy part of the side of your other hand. This fleshy part is called the Karate Chop since this is the part you would use if you were breaking a brick using Karate. While tapping on the Karate Chop, we say a set up phrase about 3 times. An example set up phrase is, “Even though I’m so upset about this situation, I deeply and completely love and accept myself”. Tapping on the Karate Chop while saying the set up statements clears any subconscious resistance to getting rid of a problem.

After set up tapping, we choose a reminder phrase, something that will help us keep our attention on the issue as we tap on the rest of the points. Say, ‘this headache’ or ‘this anger toward Bob’. We tap on 8 points while repeating the reminder phrase.

The first point is at the start of the eyebrow, where the eyebrow begins. The next point is at the side of the eye on the bone. The point after that is on the bone under the eye. You tap about 7 times. You don’t have to keep a count, but about 7 or 8 taps per point is good enough. You can certainly tap more if you like. The next point is under the nose. The point after that is in the dip under the mouth. It is not on the chin but in the dip under the mouth. The next point is near the collar bone. The easiest way to tap on it is to use the whole hand to tap on the general area. That way you’ll be sure to get the collarbone point. The next point is about a palm’s width under the armpit. Again, use your whole hand to tap here. The last point is on the top of the head where you tap gently. This completes one round of Tapping.

Section 1: Being Overweight Runs in the Family


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We start by tapping on the karate chop. You can repeat the words after me or simply listen to them as you tap along with me.

Even though I am prone to being overweight because it runs in the family and I can do nothing about it, I accept myself and how I feel.

Even though no matter how hard I try, I cannot outrun my genes and the weight always catches up with me, I deeply and completely love and accept myself.

Even though it is so unfair that I have inherited a predisposition to being overweight, I am open to looking past my limitations and finding solutions that can work for me.

Now we go to the tapping points.

  1. I am predisposed to being overweight.
  2. It is in my genes.
  3. It’s my legacy.
  4. It’s something I’ve inherited.
  5. It runs in the family.
  6. I have a slow metabolism.
  7. I’m inherently prone to being overweight.
  8. No matter how careful I am with my diet,
  9. the pounds always catch up with me.
  10. No matter how much I workout,
  11. I cannot outrun my genes.
  12. It is an unfortunate truth.
  13. It is my destiny.
  14. I’ve been dealt a bad hand, what can I say?
  15. It is a hopeless situation.
  16. I gain weight so easily.
  17. Just like my family.
  18. An apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.
  19. I have no choice in this situation.
  20. Even if I did and managed to lose weight,
  21. I will stick out like a sore thumb.
  22. I will not fit in with my family.
  23. I will have betrayed my loved ones.
  24. I don’t deserve to lose weight while my family suffers.
  25. But I’m tired of being a victim to heredity.
  26. I’m tired of feeling sorry for myself.
  27. I don’t have to take a leaf out of my family book.
  28. I can write my own story.
  29. While still being true to my love for my family.
  30. While I am grateful for my family
  31. I also choose to be mindful of who I am.
  32. My existence is so unique there’s no one else like me.
  33. I’m like no one else.
  34. I am unique. I am one of a kind.
  35. I am ready to welcome change.
  36. I am ready to listen to my body.
  37. I am ready to see a different side of me.
  38. And as I do, I change my world inside out.
  39. While the genes may have had a pool party in my back yard,
  40. I am ready to kick butt now.

Take a deep breath and relax. If you feel like there’s any remaining feeling of powerlessness, play the video again and tap along with me until overcoming genetics starts to feel like a real possibility for you. It may take a few rounds through the video, but you’ll get there.

Section 2: Cannot Imagine Being Skinny


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We start by tapping on the karate chop. You can repeat the words after me or simply listen to them as you tap along with me.

Even though I know I want to be skinny, but I cannot yet imagine my life as a skinny person, I deeply and completely love and accept myself.

Even though getting skinny will be a major life change for me and a part of me is afraid it might be too alien for me, I deeply and completely love and accept myself.

Even though I like the idea of being skinny, I also realize that being overweight has become part of my identity over the years and it is going to be hard to break out of this mold, I am open to learning how to ease my way into weight loss while being true to myself.

Now we go to the tapping points.

  1. I cannot picture myself being skinny.
  2. I get the idea of being skinny,
  3. And I wish I could be skinny,
  4. But I cannot imagine myself being skinny.
  5. It feels impossible.
  6. It feels like a distant dream.
  7. I will always be overweight.
  8. That’s the way I’ve been for a long long time.
  9. It feels nice to think about it.
  10. But I cannot imagine actually living life being skinny.
  11. I’m so used to being overweight.
  12. As an overweight person I have unique struggles.
  13. I have my unique workarounds.
  14. It would feel alien being in a skinny body.
  15. I can’t imagine my struggles as a skinny person.
  16. Being skinny feels so foreign to me at this time.
  17. I have learned to live as an overweight person.
  18. I have learned to fit in as an overweight person.
  19. I have learned to act in a certain way so people connect with me.
  20. Being skinny will alienate everyone.
  21. They will judge me more harshly.
  22. They might even get jealous.
  23. I will inherit a whole different set of problems.
  24. Problems that I won’t identify with.
  25. I am an overweight person in my core.
  26. That’s who I identify with.
  27. That’s who I am.
  28. Being skinny, the expectations from me will rise.
  29. I’m not sure I’m ready to step into a whole new life.
  30. I’m not sure I’m willing to become a whole new person.
  31. What if I don’t have to morph myself as I lose weight?
  32. What if people who care for me are pleasantly surprised by my transformation?
  33. What if I am able to ease into my new body instead of being jolted into it?
  34. What if it doesn’t have to be so hard?
  35. What if losing weight doesn’t have to change my values?
  36. What if losing weight doesn’t have to change my value?
  37. I can get through this.
  38. I can lose weight with grace and ease.
  39. There it is my skinny self, waving at me.
  40. Cheering me on. I love my skinny self already!

Take a deep breath and relax. If you feel like there’s still some hesitation about seeing yourself as skinny, play the video again and tap along with me until you can see yourself as getting skinny and being okay. It may take a few rounds through the video, but you’ll get there.

Section 3: Weight Loss is Not Possible for Me


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We start by tapping on the karate chop. You can repeat the words after me or simply listen to them as you tap along with me.

Even though it is so hard for me to lose any amount of weight and it makes me frustrated, I deeply and completely love, accept and forgive myself.

Even though I make plans and I start out right but somewhere along the way I throw in the towel, and if it continues how in the world am I ever going to lose weight, I’m not ready to give up on myself just yet.

Even though others have done it and I know in theory it is possible for me too only if I don’t lose out to temptation and exhaustion from all the diet and exercise, I am willing to learn new ways of looking at it that will propel me forward and keep me going.

Now we go to the tapping points.

  1. I can’t do it.
  2. I just don’t have it in me.
  3. I don’t have the self-control.
  4. I don’t have the courage to do what it takes.
  5. Those who do it are tougher than I am.
  6. I cannot keep up with diet and exercise.
  7. I start with all these lofty plans only to give up midway.
  8. I start dieting, then I crack under pressure.
  9. I start exercise, then I die from exhaustion.
  10. All this is too hard for me.
  11. I’m not cut out to follow a program.
  12. Discipline feels like deprivation.
  13. Why should I punish myself?
  14. Losing weight is too hard for me.
  15. I cannot keep up with demanding workouts.
  16. I cannot keep up with calorie counters.
  17. My willpower isn’t strong enough.
  18. I cannot slug it out day after day.
  19. I am uniquely disadvantaged.
  20. I get discouraged by slow results.
  21. I get tempted by tasty treats.
  22. I always fall off the wagon.
  23. In so many ways I feel like a loser.
  24. What if there was a better way?
  25. What if instead of judging my efforts through others’ eyes,
  26. I allowed my body to tell me how I’m doing?
  27. What if instead of pounding the ground hard from day 1,
  28. I allowed myself to ease into it?
  29. What if instead of making drastic diet cutbacks,
  30. I allowed myself to taper it down?
  31. All the while being compassionate to myself?
  32. Remembering to cheer myself on at every small victory?
  33. What if instead of waiting to get to the end, I took it one day at a time?
  34. Now that I can relate to.
  35. And when the going got tough,
  36. What if I could remember my purpose in doing what I’m doing?
  37. When I remember the why, the how will become easy.
  38. I’m not competing with anyone but me.
  39. I’m not answerable to anyone but me.
  40. I can do it.

Take a deep breath and relax. If you feel like there’s any remaining feeling of hopelessness, play the video again and tap along with me until achieving your ideal weight starts to feel like a real possibility for you. It may take a few rounds through the video, but you’ll get there.

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