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How Mirrors Lie to You Every Day and Why You Should Stop Looking in Them if You Want to Lose Unwanted Weight

  What do you see when you look in the mirror?

Do you see a beautiful woman (or man) with a beautiful body which has the proportions you desire?

Or do you see a “fat” person, with a “fat” body which is ugly?

What Good is a Mirror, Really?  If You Have Unwanted Weight, That Is

If you have unwanted weight, I’ll bet that most of the time it’s the later.  I know; I’ve been there too.

So my knowledge of quantum physics leads me to ask you this very important question:  “Why do you look in the mirror?”

Wait a Minute?  Doesn’t a Mirror Just Reflect “The Way Things Really Are”?

If you are reading my blog, you already know that there is no such thing as subjective reality.  There is no such thing as “the way things are.”  You create the way things are with your observations (and, more importantly, your expectations – which are derived from your beliefs).  Your beliefs create expectations, which you then use to command the sub-atomic particles of the universe to form a “fat” and “ugly” body when you look in the mirror!

Does that sound unreal?  Crazy?  I’ll grant you that.  But, crazy as it sounds, what I just wrote is actually how our universe works!  It is not science-fiction, nor is it some philosophy that may or may not apply to you.

You are creating your universe (and your body) each moment of every single day.  In the manner I just described.  You couldn’t stop doing it if you tried!

So, if looking in the mirror continually produces a “fat” and/or “ugly” body – stop doing it!  Seriously.  Just stop.

What Does a Doctor Tell You About Doing Something That Hurts?  Until It’s “Fixed” – Stop Doing It!

In fact, if you feel bad about your unwanted weight, don’t ever look in the mirror again unless you truly are feeling good about your body (and yourself) in that moment.

And if you accidentally fall back into old habits, and catch yourself looking in the mirror and seeing a “fat” and “ugly” person, stop what you’re doing and look away.  Then remind yourself that your outer world (the reality you’re seeing) is merely a reflection of your inner world (the way you’re feeling).

And give yourself a break, realizing that you must have been thinking some old thought patterns (as we all do from time to time) before you looked in the mirror.  You were only seeing, after all, what you were feeling.

Until your new reality is “I am thin” do not use a mirror to “confirm” how you look – because you won’t see “thin”.  There is no way around this, so just don’t do it.

And make sure you are reading (or re-reading) Why Quantum Physicists Don’t Get Fat to build your new, “I am thin” beliefs.  Before long you will be able to look in that mirror and love what you see!  I guarantee it.

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Why Eating Donuts and Pizza Aren’t the Real Reason You Have Unwanted Weight

  Last week I conducted a quantum experiment on myself where I re-tested the quantum effects of how I feel about my body, my eating, and my exercise.  Call it a mind/body experiment.  The results were posted here.

I Tried to Love All the Donuts and Pizza With Every Bite I Took

When I started this experiment, I told myself, as I ate each donut, “I love this donut!  I relish this donut!” (Not “I shouldn’t be eating this”).  I did the same thing with the pizza.  This is one of the techniques I teach in my book, Why Quantum Physicists Don’t Get Fat.  And I did feel good about the donuts and pizza.

For about a day and a third.

By the second day, I no longer really believed those stories; I didn’t believe that many donuts and that much pizza were actually “good” for me (who would?).  I kept eating them, of course, only because that was part of my quantum experiment.

Why I Couldn’t Actually “Love” Them for Very Long

But I tell you about this because what I teach you is that telling the right stories about food is an integral part of Why Quantum Physicists Don’t Get Fat.  I want to emphasize that simply telling good, better-feeling stories about food isn’t enough if I don’t actually believe those stories!  Just like with any positive story (or affirmation) I tell myself, I have to really believe it for it to work.

And I did the same thing with my lack of exercise during my experiment.  I told myself, “It’s okay to not be exercising.  I can keep my body primed just by feeling good about it.”  But, as with my donut and pizza fest, after a day and a half, I just didn’t believe that story any more (because, again, would would?).

So, consequently, because I didn’t actually believe those good, better-feeling stories I was telling myself about my eating and lack of exercise, I began to “feel” fat.  Just as I described in my original post about the experiment.

My Return to “Thin” Was Not About a Spartan Diet or a Ramped-Up Exercise Schedule

Now, many days later, I am completely back to feeling thin.  So, as quantum physics dictates, I also see “thin” in the mirror and on the scale (although I don’t actually use scales…more about that in a later post).  Because I believe I am “thin” again, I am thin again.  That’s how the universe works.

Why does it sound so simple?  Because, basically, it is so simple.  If you really learn to focus on the right things, your beliefs and the stories you tell yourself, in the right ways.

During the last five days, after all, I did not go on some spartan diet to gain my “thin” back.  I still ate ice cream each night.  I still ate cheese and bacon three-egg omelets for breakfast.  I still ate cashews as a mid-day snack.  All my regular eating (no “dieting”)

And I didn’t do extra exercise during the last five days either.  My running routine would not qualify as “workout warrior” material!  I jog at a reasonable pace (one that a serious runner would probably scoff at) for around two miles a day, four to five days a week. I concentrate on picking up my knees on each step (rather than shuffling my feet), I stay in the present moment (instead of thinking about “being finished”), and I focus on how good it feels to work my lower body and raise my heart rate.  All my regular exercise (no “killing” myself).

How I Became “Thin” Again in My Mind (Where It Always Has to Happen First)

So the return to “thin” was all quantum.  Just as the feeling “fat” had been.  Because how “fat” could I have become, really, after only four-plus days of my bad diet and non-exercise?  Even though the diet was really bad, I only ate it for four-plus days.  And I only abstained from exercise for five days.  I wasn’t “actually” fat, I just felt that way and, thus, felt “fat” and saw “fat” in the mirror.

I hope you can sense the power quantum physics has for reforming your body.  It’s true that, just as I did back in 1996, you probably do have quite a bit of weight to lose.  You have undoubtedly been feeling and seeing “fat” for years, so you won’t be feeling and seeing “thin” in a couple days.  But, also like me, the process of finally losing your unwanted weight using quantum physics will work exactly like what I’ve described in this experiment.

Stay tuned to this blog for more tips and techniques about using quantum physics to finally lose your unwanted weight…

How a Light Two-Mile Jog Can Erase a Small Avalanche of Donuts and Pizza from Your Belly

  I recently tried a quantum weight loss experiment, using me as the test subject.  This experiment is typical of experiments I performed to perfect the formulas I teach you in Why Quantum Physicists Don’t Get Fat.

Doctor Frankenstein, the Test Subject is Ready!

The basis for this experiment is all surrounding facts I’ve also discussed in this blog:

  • Reality is subjective; each person sees her own unique universe
  • Your thoughts are real, tangible things and they manifest into physical reality for you
  • Your beliefs dictate your expectations and your expectations tell the sub-atomic particles what to form in your material reality

For five straight days I ate the following:

  1. At least four Krispy Kreme donuts (one chocolate-glazed whipped cream filled, one regular-glazed whipped cream filled, one glazed  blueberry cake, and one chocolate-glazed custard filled)
  2. An entire Little Caesar’s sausage pizza for lunch (just the topping though; not the dough)
  3. A regular breakfast and dinner (nothing unusual from my routine)

I did not do any concerted exercise during this period.  By the fourth day I was feeling fat.  And, when I looked in the mirror, I was seeing “fat”.

Now Come On!  How “Fat” Can Someone Actually Get in Four Days?

Although logic would dictate that I would’ve only put on, at most, about four or five pounds with this four-day diet (I did not include actually weighing myself as part of this experiment), the power of my beliefs, and the feelings that accompanied them, were awesome to behold.  Eating these foods that are difficult for me not to call “bad” and doing little exercise had me both feeling and seeing “fat”.

And Really?  How “Thin” Can Someone Actually Get After One Jog?

On the afternoon of the fourth day I went for a jog.  Nothing strenuous – just a couple miles.  Before I left, I was still feeling fat and I lifted my shirt to verify that I was still seeing “fat”.

Jogging is something that I choose to call “good” for my body and I have told myself enough good feeling stories about it that it has tremendous power over how I feel about my body and what I see in the mirror.

As I jogged, I concentrated on how good it felt to be out moving and caring for my body.  I focused on how grateful I was to be outside moving all the different muscles, stimulating my circulation, and pushing sweat out of my pores.

When I returned from my two-mile jog and stretched I noted the following:  I immediately felt “thin”.  And, just as experience has shown me would happen, when I looked in the mirror I saw “thin”.  Just from that one jog!

Although logic would dictate that I wouldn’t have lost any weight from a simple two-mile jog , the power of my beliefs, and the feelings that accompanied them, were awesome to behold.  Doing this exercise which I choose to call “good” and focusing my energy, during this exercise, upon gratitude and joy immediately changed how I felt about my body and what I saw in the mirror.

How Soon Can You See “Thin” if You Start Changing Your Beliefs Today?

I’m not suggesting that going on a two-mile jog, while giving yourself positive affirmations will give you the same results.  If you haven’t changed your beliefs about your weight, your eating, your movement, and your body, such action will most likely not have that effect.

Yet.

Why “yet”?  I am guaranteeing that if you change your beliefs about your weight, your eating, your movement, and your body, to ones that serve you like I have done, you will be able to have results like this.  Well, actually, I’m only passing along the guarantee; the guarantee comes from the reliable and precise science of quantum physics and, thus, from how our universe actually operates.

Today, day number five, I’ve still felt and seen some residual “fat” (that was a lot of eating food I choose to call “bad”, after all).  I am about to go on another light, two-mile jog and I know I will feel almost completely “thin” afterwards and will see even more “thin” in the mirror.

Within 24 hours I will know I’m “thin” again!  And, thus, I will be.

If you do not have this ability yet (with your weight and your body) make sure you are changing your beliefs in these areas to ones that serve you in this way.  My book is a phenomenal resource for teaching you exactly how to do this.

And stay tuned to this blog for more tips and techniques for how to use quantum physics to finally lose your unwanted weight…