Louise Hay Weight Loss Affirmations

Louise Hay Weight Loss Affirmations: a table full of good foods

Hi, I am back today with a very interesting topic: how to lose weight sustainanly and ways to do it with the Law of Attraction. I want to discuss the key factors that can help you lose weight in a healthy and sustainable way, meaning that you are able to maintain your weight afterwards.

When it comes to body positivity and self-love, I always find resonance with lessons and guidance from Louise Hay. Today, I want to talk a bit about losing weight and maintaining a healthy lifestyle for both physical and mental health. Additionally, I will provide some Louise Hay weight loss affirmations that you can practice as well.

Louise Hay Weight Loss Affirmations: a woman is doing yoga

Louise Hay Weight Loss Affirmations: 

When do you need to lose weight

Before we get into the part of Louise Hay weight loss affirmations, I want to share with you some of my thoughts about when it might be necessary to consider losing weight.
I believe that each one of us has our own unique beauty, regardless of our size, shape, or color.

While physical appearance may catch our attention, true attraction often comes from a person’s personality and how they carry themselves. Believe it or not, the attraction from one person come largely from their personality, and how they handle life. 

Louise Hay Weight Loss Affirmations:2 beautiful woman

We can describe it like a vibe.

You may have encountered several people in your life who may not fit the conventional beauty standards set by society, yet they possess a unique charm that makes them appealing in their own way.

So yes, the look is not everything.

However, this doesn’t mean we should neglect our appearance altogether. If being overweight affects our health, causes discomfort or hinders our daily activities, it’s time to consider losing weight. 

Louise Hay Weight Loss Affirmations: picture of belly fat

When you gain extra pounds because you don’t take care of yourself, such as eating junk foods, not exercising, and staying in bed all day. That’s when you may need to focus on losing weight.

If gaining weight makes you feel unhappy and not true to yourself, then it may be time to consider making changes.

Louise Hay Weight Loss Affirmations: a girl is lying on the couch

Don’t ever try to lose weight to conform to a certain beauty standard or believe that you have to look a certain way to be loved.

With that said, let’s move on to Louise Hay’s affirmations for weight loss or what I like to call “body positivity affirmations.”

Louise Hay Weight Loss Affirmations

Water is my favorite beverage. I drink lots of water to cleanse my body and mind.

I let go of all negativity that rests in my body and mind.

Filling my mind with pleasant thoughts is the quickest road to health.

I am pain free and totally in sync with life.

I love and accept myself exactly as I am right now.

Louise Hay Weight Loss Affirmations: a woman body with flowers on it

My body is a temple and I treat it with love and respect.

I am proud of my body and all that it does for me.

I appreciate the unique beauty of my body.

I am grateful for my body and all that it allows me to experience in life.

I release all negative thoughts and beliefs about my body.

I focus on the positive aspects of my body and celebrate them.

Louise Hay Weight Loss Affirmations: a woman is enjoying her meal

I nourish my body with healthy foods and exercise.

My body is a reflection of the love and care that I give it.

I radiate confidence and love for myself, regardless of my body shape or size.

Why losing weights have to go along with self love

Losing weight is often associated with societal pressures and standards around beauty and body image.

It’s easy to get carried away during your weight loss journey, to a point where you never feel satisfied about how you look. This can make you keep going to extreme measures and try all sorts of diets without considering the impact on their physical and mental health, which can lead to eating disorders and OCD.

Louise Hay Weight Loss Affirmations: a woman doesn't want to eat

Losing weight always has to go along with self-love. Self-love can help you approach your journey with a positive mindset and focus on your health and well-being rather than external pressures or expectations.

Moreover, self-love can contribute to building self-confidence, resilience, and overall mental and emotional well-being, which are key factors in achieving a healthy and fulfilling life.

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Self love practices for you:

An easy self-love practice you can use is affirmations. Beside Louise Hay weight loss affirmations mentioned above, you can check out my list of Louise Hay’s best affirmations for self-love here.

Other self love practices include:

Treat yourself: Do something nice for yourself each day. This can be something as simple as taking a relaxing bath or enjoying a favorite snack.

Louise Hay Weight Loss Affirmations: a table full of good foods

Set boundaries: Learn to say no to things that don’t serve you or make you feel good. Setting boundaries can help you prioritize your own needs and well-being.

Practice self-care: Take care of your physical and emotional needs by getting enough sleep, eating well, exercising, and engaging in activities that bring you joy and relaxation.

Louise Hay Weight Loss Affirmations: a place for chill at home

Mirror works can do miracles

Another very effective method I want to introduce to you is mirror works.

Mirror work is a technique developed by Louise Hay that involves looking into a mirror and repeating affirmations to yourself. The idea is that by facing and accepting ourselves in the mirror, we can learn to love and accept ourselves more fully.

Louise Hay Weight Loss Affirmations: a girl is watching herself in the mirror

It’s very simple.

When something awesome happens, go to the mirror and say, “Thank you, thank you! That’s awesome! Thanks for making it happen!”

If something bad happens, go to the mirror and say, “It’s okay, I love you. This thing will pass, but I’ll always love you.”

As you keep doing this mirror works, it’ll grow into new and healthy ways of thinking that’ll lead to a happy and fulfilling life.

Here’s a short clip of Louise Hay teaching us how to do mirror work. It’s sure to make your day more soothing!

I hope my post provided you with some insight into the topic of losing weight. Let’s all take on the journey of self-love more effectively and if we ever consider losing weight, let’s do it in a healthy way. Losing weight should be a form of self-love, not a punishment we put on ourselves to fit in with societal standards.

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  1. In my opinion, Louise Hay’s weight loss affirmations can be a helpful tool for those looking to lose weight and improve their overall wellness. Affirmations are positive statements that we repeat to ourselves in order to shift our mindset and beliefs, and with consistent practice, they can help us make meaningful changes in our lives. By incorporating these affirmations into our daily routine, we can start to reframe the way we think about food, exercise, and our bodies. Additionally, using affirmations can provide a sense of motivation and encouragement as we work towards our weight loss goals. While affirmations alone may not result in significant weight loss, they can serve as a powerful complement to other healthy habits such as regular exercise and a balanced diet.

    1. Yes, affirmations are a great complement to strengthen our minds and have an impact on our physical brain.
      There are many experiments that prove the positive effects of affirmations on the physical body, the placebo effect serves is an example for that.
      Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving your comment.

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  3. You are so right. One has to feel comfortable in their own skin and that is ultimately what makes you attractive to others, not how much you weigh, or how big or small you are.

    However, you can’t let yourself go all together, and I guess if your BMI is over 29 it is maybe time to think about losing some weight, even if just for health reasons. You have provided some sustainable and healthy suggestions here. It’s all about being able to maintain your lifestyle change after all.

    1. Thank you for your thoughtful comment.
      Yess, the inner world and how you carry yourself are the most important factors in creating attractiveness.
      However, sometimes allowing ourselves to gain weight excessively is also a form of neglecting ourselves, so we need to find a balance for this.
      Thank you again for visiting my blog.

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