Part 1:Tips Using Visualization, Ways To Lose The Fat in New Orleans

August 25, 2009


Part 1 Tips On Using Visualization and  Ways To Lose The Fat in New Orleans

Are you tired of waking up and seeing your overweight body in the mirror? But in your mind you see the trim, beautiful, sexy body you had when you were younger.


Don’t lose hope! You are already on the road to losing the pounds.

How? You ask. Read on.

You still have that mental picture in your mind of how you used to look. Now you need to make your mind see that same picture in the future instead of in the past. You have been practicing visualization and weight loss and didn’t even know it. Now it’s time for you to shed those unsightly pounds by really putting your mind in control of your weight loss.

Before you can use visualizations to it’s fullest you need to get a good idea of how it works.

What you to do is to paint a picture of the way you want your body to look when you get rid of all those ugly pounds. You hold this image in your mind and as you do, it will penetrate into the subconscious level of your brain.


When it has moved into your subconsciousness it will program your body to start moving in that direction of “body beautiful”. This synergy from your mind will cause you to be motivated more easily towards your weight loss. Ultimately the end result is you will find it easier to stick to your diet plan and exercise program.

Presently it’s not fully understood how visualizing a goal, such as weight loss works, but more and more professionals agree that it does.


What has been determined is that as long as you truly believe it’s what you want, then you can achieve it. However, in turn if you aren’t convinced you can lose weight, you won’t do it or you will have a much harder time of it.

It has been discovered that when loved ones and people that matter to you are negative about your goals they can impact your weight loss. The positive power of your visualizing your healthy body from your subconscious, can negate the negativity, created in your conscience mind by yourself and others.


Ok, now you have a basic understanding about using visualization and weight loss together. Let’s get into the actual ways you need to practice to work it effectively.

You must be sure the body you want is attainable.


In other words don’t visualize a 5’4 petite body weighing 102 lbs, when you are 5’9″ and big boned.

It ain’t going to happen.

But if you take that same 5’9″ big boned body and put it in a bikini weighing in at between 140 to 160 lbs that can happen.

Why? because it’s doable!

Part 2 of “Tips On Using Visualization and  Ways To Shed The Fat in New Orleans” will go into more detail on how you can effectively utilize visualization to lose weight.

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August 25, 2009

Lisa P @ 10:36 am

This is so TRUE, I found that if I start watching too much TV, I actually get discouraged from seeing what society thinks of what is perfect instead of what is my “perfect”.

Anyone get that feeling?

Thanks Jonas, It’s great to have the motivation and help.

Jen Allison @ 1:23 pm

I love this!!! I need to embrace this, because I know it works, as I’ve used this technique before. Thanks for the reminder.

October 3, 2009

Casey Kaldal @ 2:04 pm

Awesome blog!

I just stumbled across your blog and wow. Nice design, good content.

I am moving to New Orlean in abotu a month. Love that place. Gotta get away from the Canadian winter.



Jonas @ 2:39 pm

Thanks Casey, give me a holla when you get in town….It’s always nice to meet other internet marketers here in NOLA

October 5, 2010

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