Hi, I’m back with a very interesting topic that I’ve been asked about by our readers many times. Today, we are talking about the Law of Attraction on weight loss.
Is losing weight supposed to be very hard, achievable only by starving yourselves or subjecting yourselves to draining, extreme workouts until you’re burnt out?
The techniques I’m about to share have not only helped me maintain my desired weight but have also made the journey enjoyable. While I haven’t had much experience with weight gain, I firmly believe that the principles I’m about to share can be applied just as effectively if you’re on a quest to gain weight. It’s all about adjusting the mindset and intention within to see the results on the outside.
So, let’s get started.
The Law of Attraction on Weight Loss
Why weight loss alwasy seems so hard for you?
Have you ever wondered why it’s so easy for some people to keep themselves thin and fit?
Some people even consume much more food every day than you do, yet somehow, they always stay skinny. In contrast, when you try to control your eating habits, work out, and succeed in losing some weight, it often feels like the moment you loosen up a bit, everything goes back to how it was before.
It seems like gaining weight is always easier than losing it, and you might even find yourself blaming your body, thinking your metabolism is broken.
Now, take a moment to reflect on the beliefs you hold about weight loss. Do you constantly see yourself as someone who easily gains weight? Do you feel guilty whenever you eat, occasionally binge eat, and then regret it afterward?
In fact, there’s a widely shared belief that losing weight is always difficult, often requiring immense effort and sacrifice. We’re often told that beauty necessitates strict diets and grueling workouts.
However, I want to tell you that this perspective is incorrect.
You can still enjoy life and become more beautiful every day. As long as you mend your relationship with food and how you perceive about yourself.
Do you identify yourself as someone who is healthy, strong, and at your desired body weight? Or do you see yourself as someone who perpetually struggles with weight loss?
The wrong awareness is the primary root that leads to extreme eating behaviors like eating disorders, and it will prevent you from ever feeling happy or confident about yourself.
Even if you may lose ten pounds down the road, you will likely still feel the same and be unable to build true self-confidence.
So, up until this point, I hope you understand the first main point: that there’s nothing wrong with our body, and the first and most important thing you have to change is your awareness and your identity in relation to weight loss.
How to manifest your ideal body
When we talk about the law of attraction on weight loss, there are many different techniques you can use to manifest your ideal body. However, regardless of the method you choose, it all boils down to one crucial element: changing your identity.
You can experiment with different techniques to discover which one makes it easiest for you to believe in your new identity. It’s your old identity that keeps you stuck in the same story and struggling with your weight, and that’s what needs to change.
The vision board
My favourite way is to create a vision board illustrating how my life will be when I am at my desired weight. I’ve always enjoyed using Pinterest to craft my own vision boards covering various aspects of my life.
For instance, I have a board featuring numerous images of an ideal, healthy, and fit body. I also incorporate pictures depicting healthy eating habits, such as an abundance of vegetables, fruits, lean protein, and nutritious meals.
These images serve as reminders that food is there to make me stronger, provide energy, and keep me active.
I also include pictures of physical activities I enjoy, like running, playing badminton, or yoga poses, to inspire my journey towards better health. I love to use images of strong and confident women engaged in productive activities, radiating a vibrant and healthy aura. That’s the kind of person I aspire to be – not merely thin and skinny from starving myself.
Affirmations is also a very effective way to assist in changing your own identity. These simple but powerful statements are like little mantras you repeat to yourself regularly. They serve as a shield against the negativity and doubt that often creep in when you’re on a weight loss journey.
When using affirmations for weight loss, it’s all about aligning them with your goals and the person you want to become.
Here are some examples I’ve found really helpful:
“I’m in strong, fit and beautiful”
“I truly appreciate and take care of my body by nourishing it with wholesome foods.”
“I possess the inner strength to reach and maintain my ideal weight.”
“Exercising and staying active are sources of joy for me, and I’m committed to taking care of my body.”
“I release excess weight effortlessly and with ease.”
“My metabolism is robust and fully supports my weight loss journey.”
Check out my post about the collection of Louise Hay’s affirmations for weight loss here.
The key is to repeat these affirmations daily, and it’s even more effective if you say them in front of a mirror. Let them sink in, believe in them with all your heart, and watch as they gradually reprogram your subconscious mind.
When combined with consistent, healthy actions, affirmations become an essential to healp you achievie and maintain your ideal weight.
Stop complaining about yourself
Let’s put an end to phrases like: ‘Why is my tummy so big? Why are my hips so wide? Why am I overweight?”
It’s important to shift your focus from complaints and self-criticism to self-love and self-acceptance. Think about it – if we constantly complain about our appearance, pointing out what we perceive as flaws, we’re essentially reinforcing those negative beliefs and keep manifesting the same things to us.
On the flip side, if we act and think like someone who’s already at their desired weight and radiates health and confidence, the transformation begins from within.
This person doesn’t waste time nitpicking their flaws; instead, they appreciate their body for what it is and what it can become. They love themselves unconditionally, focusing on the positive aspects of their journey.
This shift in mindset not only boosts self-esteem but also makes it easier to make choices that align with our goals. It’s like flipping a switch from self-critique to self-love, and the results can be truly transformative.
So, let’s be kinder to ourselves and embrace the journey with self-assuredness and love.
Intention changes everything
Intention is a fundamental element when it comes to weight loss and overall well-being. It’s like the compass that guides our actions and thoughts toward a healthier and happier life.
It’s important to set a clear and positive intention for every little thing we do. Whether it’s the food we eat or the physical activities we engage in, contributes to our journey.
When you set an intention to become healthier, more active, and full of energy before a workout session, you’re essentially make it more enjoyable to yourself and enhance the benefits you get from the work out. It’s about approaching your exercise routine with a positive mindset, knowing that it’s a step toward your goal of a healthier and more beautiful body.
The same principle applies to eating. When you’re about to dig into a meal, try thinking of it as a way to give your body some love and energy like “Hey, this food is going to make me feel good and help me on my journey to a healthier me.”
And don’t underestimate the power of a simple sip of water. Picture it as this magical liquid that’s not just keeping you hydrated but also helping you on your weight loss adventure. Imagine how it’s working its magic inside you, making you feel healthier.
It’s all about creating a friendly connection between your mind and body, making choices that make you feel good inside and out. So, let’s eat, drink, and think with intention, keeping it positive and fun on our path of losing weight.
Talking about the magic of water, you might want to check out the water experiments by Dr. Masaru Emoto in Japan highlight how our intentions and thoughts can influence the structure and energy of water molecules.It’s a great reminder of how closely our thoughts and our bodies are linked.
When we set our intentions mindfully, it’s like opening a door to positive changes. So, let’s be smart about our intentions and see how they can help us become healthier, fitter, and even more fabulous versions of ourselves!
Success stories about The law of Attraction on losing weight
I hope I have inspired you to start to adapt the new mindset and identity when it comes to losing weight. I want to spend this part to give you some success stories about the law of attraction on weight loss, hoping these stories will inspire you and make you believe more in your own power.
Losing 30 pounds by doing nothing
This is a story of an account on Reddit about how 30 pounds just gone away without any extreme diets or work out:
“I have lost over 30 pounds since March by doing absolutely nothing different. I literally magically lost this weight. I think I did it so easily because my “main” focus for most of the time was my SP so I wasn’t as attached.
I used to use binge eating disorder as an excuse for my weight gain and that I couldn’t control myself. I felt guilty whenever I ate “bad” food even though I knew how much it made me happy. One big thing I started doing is I stopped beating myself up for wanting to eat. I love to eat a lot. I always have. I’m proud to say I still get to eat everything I want whenever I want and everyday people compliment my weight loss. I worked out once this year.
I also started wearing clothes that I was “saving” until I had my perfect body. I don’t worry about gaining weight when I eat. I have people all the time telling me they don’t understand how I look so good and I eat everything. I eat EXACTLY the way I did when I was 200 pounds.
I would look in the mirror at my body and I stopped looking at all the extra fat I didn’t want. I started to appreciate my body. I also told myself like “my body looks more perfect every day” and so every morning I would look in the mirror and notice the changes. I know the reason I did it so quickly is because I wasn’t attached. I’m still looking to improve my body more, but it’s totally possible to do anything. You don’t have to follow a diet or exercise. If you can train your mind to believe you look good already and not become obsessed it’ll happen. The other day I was told I’m “melting” because every time this woman sees me she notices that I look better. I honestly get that a lot. People are always asking me what I did to look so good and no one ever believes me when I try to tell them what I did. So I just tell people It’s because I’m always happy.”
Another story of losing 60 lbs by using the law of attraction
“So to make a long story short, in October 2019 my bf of 8 years left me for a younger & skinnier woman so it left me feeling very unattractive. I had gained around 60+ lbs during the relationship so after the breakup I focused on losing weight and getting back to the size I was when I first met my ex. I didn’t work out at all or change my diet much but i lost 40 lbs in the first month and 20 lbs the second month. I just assumed the weight loss came from stress or depression but now I know I manifested this accomplishment!”
You can read more about the stories here.
In conclusion, the law of attraction on weight loss has taught me that our journey to a healthier, fitter, and more beautiful self is not just about diet and exercise; it’s about the power of our thoughts and intentions. We’ve explored how shifting our mindset from self-criticism to self-love, setting positive intentions, and practicing mindfulness can pave the way for transformative change.
I hope you’ll be kinder to yourself and allow positive intentions to lead the way on your journey toward a healthier body and lifestyle.
Please share your thoughts in the comments as I would love to hear your experiences and feedbacks with this interesting topic.