Forget Diets, Plant Tomatoes: A Metaphoric, Hypnotic Journey to Stop Emotional Eating
Author: Joanna Cameron, Rachel Weisman
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date: February 09, 2011
"Trance Lady" Joanna Cameron's bold debut wellness guide, Forget Diets, Plant Tomatoes, takes readers on an unforgettable metaphorical journey with the help of over two hours of MP3's, self hypnosis, her client's stories, anecdotal evidence, poetry, beautiful photographs and neuro-linguistic programming. The destination is an end to emotional eating and a happier life. The weight falls off and stays off! In twelve dynamic, yet playful, chapters like "The Seven Healing Steps and Your Unconscious Mind," "Trance Your Way Out of Emotional Eating," and "I Let Go of Limiting Decisions and Negative Emotions from the Past," Cameron asks dieters who are tired of dieting to take a leap of faith and stop eating to their hearts' content so that they can achieve their hearts' desire. With written assignments, free downloadable MP3s, and insightful prompts, she gets folks to question why they eat, and what their spiritual side is missing. She describes chakras, balance, and how it's never too late to have a happy childhood, as well as how to reconnect one's unconscious to its body-mindful state. With benchmark studies that dispel a few myths, Cameron offers compelling evidence that until men and women take the time to address the reasons they eat they'll be unable to escape the unhealthy consequences of consuming too much cheesecake. The cause of emotional eating is in the unconscious mind. She shows readers how to make the unconscious a friend rather than a foe. This is a gentle book and tackles a difficult subject with humanity and humor. Ultimately, this guide shows readers how to free their mind of what weighs it down in order to shed unwanted weight.