(as of Feb 03,2021 01:20:21 UTC – Details)
Want to lose weight, but not sure how math works behind burning calories and fat?
We like to use excuses for why we gain weight,
such as "I have a slow metabolism" or "It’s in my genetics," or "I overeat." But NONE of these things cause weight gain.
If they did, for example, everyone who overate would be fat. Being overweight is just the outer effect of a deep internal problem.
You have too much fat because you are subconsciously convinced that you need it to be overweight. And despite all of the steps you try and take to lose weight, your body is doing its very best to give you what you need.
It’s convinced you to need the weight. Losing weight is about releasing resistance to the current state of where you are by falling in love with it in any way you can.
It is then about incrementally taking steps in the direction of the body you would like to have—this time from wanting it because you love yourself instead of wanting it because you hate yourself.