SLIMMER AND HEALTHIER

CREATING A SLIM, HEALTHY BODY FOR LIFE

© Deborah Bromley 2020
2nd January 2020 continued … New Year’s resolutions … Shiny new habits for a new decade. I wonder how you feel about that? Allow yourself to explore the emotions and thoughts that you are having inside. If you feel fired and up and ready for a challenge, that’s all good. If you feel pleased to get back to your routine and maybe back to work, you can get some order back into your life. However, if the idea of new year’s resolutions makes you feel fed up or as if you’ve got a mountain to climb (again!), please take heart. You are likely suffering from something I call failure fatigue. I coined this phrase in the book that accompanies the Hemi-Sync® album. It’s an idea that is explored in the Self-Sabotage chapter, about the effect of success and failure on how you feel about yourself. Sometimes the idea of success gives rise to mixed feelings. Success has an exact opposite — failure. If you have struggled with your weight in the past, it’s likely that you’ve experienced what it feels like to fail. It’s disheartening when this happens once or twice but it’s not the end of the world. You dust yourself off and try again. However, if you keep on failing, no matter how hard you try, you’ll wear down your store of that important positive energy you need to keep on trying. Nobody likes to fail. Giving up is not something that is highly valued in our modern society. Everywhere you turn in all forms of media you will encounter unrelenting messages about “never giving up” or “keep on pushing” or  “come back fighting.” After a while such phrases cease to be motivating when your mind can’t relate those messages to your own experiences. It follows that self-sabotage can also be a result of what we might call failure fatigue. It’s really hard to keep getting back up and trying again over and over if the end result is still failure. You need to keep your self-respect intact so the only course open to you is to step away and simply stop trying.” *** January, with all its expectation of new starts, new habits, doing things differently, transforming yourself … can bring on previous January memories of times when you didn’t succeed. Failure fatigue sets in and soon your natural instinct is to stop trying because it’s less painful to do that. Reading the companion book is worthwhile because it will help you to understand more about your mind and your emotions, giving you valuable insights into how you think and feel. You’ll also learn how the 12 tracks have been designed to dissolve everything that has been stopping you from creating that slim, healthy body you wish for at the start of each year. I wrote the book because I believe that knowlege is power. When you are well- informed about what is happening inside you, you have an extra layer of strength to support you on your journey. Failure fatigue is easily reversed by committing yourself to this program. There’s no need to buy new diet books or stock up on strange foods or change everything about what you eat. There is no need to take out an expensive gym membership or to plan to do a 10K run challenge by Easter. Everything that needs to happen to your behaviours, your habits, the outward ways you live your life, will develop easily, naturally and gently when you work on your inner world. It all starts inside. When you get the inside right … it follows that your outside life, every part of it, will fall naturally into place. By doing things differently this year and working on the verbally-guided meditations, you’ll also avoid failure fatigue because you won’t be doing the same old things that didn’t work last year. I also assure you that you’ll feel that positive mindset taking root inside very quickly. You will feel better from the very first listening. So that is my recommendation for January 2020. A resolution to forget about past resolutions that didn’t work and to get right to the heart of what needs to change. WHEN YOU THINK AND FEEL LIKE A SUCCESSFUL SLIMMER … YOU WILL ACT LIKE ONE! It can be as simple as that. Back to Blog menu
SLIMMER AND HEALTHIER CREATING A SLIM, HEALTHY BODY FOR LIFE
© Deborah Bromley 2020
2nd January 2020 continued … New Year’s resolutions … Shiny new habits for a new decade. I wonder how you feel about that? Allow yourself to explore the emotions and thoughts that you are having inside. If you feel fired and up and ready for a challenge, that’s all good. If you feel pleased to get back to your routine and maybe back to work, you can get some order back into your life. However, if the idea of new year’s resolutions makes you feel fed up or as if you’ve got a mountain to climb (again!), please take heart. You are likely suffering from something I call failure fatigue. I coined this phrase in the book that accompanies the Hemi-Sync® album. It’s an idea that is explored in the Self-Sabotage chapter, about the effect of success and failure on how you feel about yourself. “Sometimes the idea of success gives rise to mixed feelings. Success has an exact opposite — failure. If you have struggled with your weight in the past, it’s likely that you’ve experienced what it feels like to fail. It’s disheartening when this happens once or twice but it’s not the end of the world. You dust yourself off and try again. However, if you keep on failing, no matter how hard you try, you’ll wear down your store of that important positive energy you need to keep on trying. Nobody likes to fail. Giving up is not something that is highly valued in our modern society. Everywhere you turn in all forms of media you will encounter unrelenting messages about “never giving up” or “keep on pushing” or  “come back fighting.” After a while such phrases cease to be motivating when your mind can’t relate those messages to your own experiences. It follows that self-sabotage can also be a result of what we might call failure fatigue. It’s really hard to keep getting back up and trying again over and over if the end result is still failure. You need to keep your self-respect intact so the only course open to you is to step away and simply stop trying.” *** January, with all its expectation of new starts, new habits, doing things differently, transforming yourself … can bring on previous January memories of times when you didn’t succeed. Failure fatigue sets in and soon your natural instinct is to stop trying because it’s less painful to do that. Reading the companion book is worthwhile because it will help you to understand more about your mind and your emotions, giving you valuable insights into how you think and feel. You’ll also learn how the 12 tracks have been designed to dissolve everything that has been stopping you from creating that slim, healthy body you wish for at the start of each year. I wrote the book because I believe that knowlege is power. When you are well-informed about what is happening inside you, you have an extra layer of strength to support you on your journey. Failure fatigue is easily reversed by committing yourself to this program. There’s no need to buy new diet books or stock up on strange foods or change everything about what you eat. There is no need to take out an expensive gym membership or to plan to do a 10K run challenge by Easter. Everything that needs to happen to your behaviours, your habits, the outward ways you live your life, will develop easily, naturally and gently when you work on your inner world. It all starts inside. When you get the inside right … it follows that your outside life, every part of it, will fall naturally into place. By doing things differently this year and working on the verbally-guided meditations, you’ll also avoid failure fatigue because you won’t be doing the same old things that didn’t work last year. I also assure you that you’ll feel that positive mindset taking root inside very quickly. You will feel better from the very first listening. So that is my recommendation for January 2020. A resolution to forget about past resolutions that didn’t work and to get right to the heart of what needs to change. WHEN YOU THINK AND FEEL LIKE A SUCCESSFUL SLIMMER … YOU WILL ACT LIKE ONE! It can be as simple as that. Back to Blog menu