Weight Loss Category

New Guided Meditation for Healthy Weight Loss

Join Rev. Tracy L. Cox, B. Msc., IMM, CIMM for a guided meditation designed to assist you in healthy weight loss. Guided meditation can bring incredible benefits to everyone by helping us control our behaviors on a subconscious level. Please enjoy this free meditation, and for more information on Rev. Tracy's pastoral and spiritual caregiving services, please see her website at www.divineheartcentre.ca .


Free recorded meditation here:




Have a fantastic week!


Rev. Tracy Cox

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Guided Meditation for Healthy Weight Loss

Join Rev. Tracy L. Cox, B. Msc., IMM for a guided meditation designed to help you achieve your healthy weight goals. A discussion about how meditation can help us in all areas of life will be followed by a complete guided meditation for health, prosperity and happiness, including affirmations for healthy weight loss. Rev. Tracy is a Ordained Minister and Pastoral Care provider who services clients worldwide from her Aurora Ontario Chapel. Please see her website at www.divineheartcentre.ca for more information. Connect to Source!


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New Way to Overcome Obstacles

For 25+ years we have been helping people to use techniques from our Transformation System for quick and lasting relief from anxiety, fear, worry, feeling stuck or blocked, migraines and IBS.  Our system clears out or re-programs the unconscious programming that is a the root of many of these symptoms.  

For 2014 we have added a new effective way to get help.  It is called Relaxation Hypnosis, and even if you are not able to come to our offices in New York or New Jersey you can benefit from these sessions.  

Relaxation Hypnosis can help you to overcome obstacles so you can find serenity within yourself.    In our three year pilot project using this method we have found that it works.  Our clients who have tried this type of hypnosis are delighted with the results  They are cost effective because they can be done as a group with one of our licensed health professional (PhD, LCSW, LPC, LMHC).  

For 2014 we have added the newest mem...

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A New Year & A New Me!

I really love January 1! Many people utter the words "New year and a new me!”, or "A new year and another chance to get it right". It is something refreshing and really renewing about the start of a new year. Several people are making a declaration to lose weight, quit smoking, save more money, or maybe even getting a new job. I think these are all great goals and are extremely attainable. But according to the website Statistic Brain only 8% of people keep their New Year’s Resolution. So what gives? Why do people find themselves making the same resolutions year after year and wind up being unsuccessful?

I think a key to obtaining many common New Year’s resolutions is to simply practice some self-compassion. For example, the person who has struggled year after year with weight issues. I would guess some internal self-talk would reinforce being fat, useless, unattractive, etc. This self-talk will promote negative feelings and once again that peanut butter chocolate bar...

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A different Path, exploring alternative treatments: Hypnotherapy

On a recent path of self-discovery on both a personal and professional level, I have encountered a treatment modality that fascinates and amazes me. I recently attended an intensive training related to hypnotherapy practices. I entered the training expecting to strengthen my skills and broaden my understanding of this modality, however I learned so much more. Here are just a few of the surprising facts I learned!

1. Hypnotherapy actually does not involve falling asleep or losing consciousness. Participants are always conscious and remember everything that occurs. While the client never sleeps, they are able to communicate with the subconscious, the mind’s immense and very literal search engine, library, and filing system. This communication can be very profound, therapeutic and helpful to clients.

2. Hypnotherapy and similar techniques have been practiced throughout known history. The word hypnosis was derived from the Greek term ‘hypnos’ meaning ‘sleep.&rsquo...

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Learning to Steer

In George Bernard Shaw's Man and Superman, the Devil asks Don Juan why he bothers learning about himself and his core motivation. Don Juan replies: "Why, to be able to choose the line of greatest advantage instead of yielding in the direction of the least resistance. And there you have our difference: to be in hell is to drift, to be in heaven is to steer."

If you do not steer, your actions will be dependent upon the cause-and-effect principles that define the path of least resistance, rather than by your interests and principles. For example, the Problem of Immediate Gratification [the PIG] refers to the principle that a small but immediate payoff has a much greater influence on motivation, and behavior, than a larger but delayed payoff. The PIG tricks people — even those who know better — to trade what is dear to them [health, wealth, relationships] for the trivial but immediate payoff of using an addictive incentive.

While escaping an addictive trap is much more diffic...

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The Power of a Will

Volition is the faculty that separates humans from more primitive creatures. The actions of animals and young children are determined by cause-and-effect principles in the same way that the principles of hydrodynamics determine the watercourse way. Indeed, it is your ability to understand and manipulate the cause-and-effect principles that determine how you react to the things that happen that enables you to intentionally influence the course of events.

While determinism may seem incompatible with the idea that some humans have the power to exercise their will; in fact it is the appreciation of the pertinent cause-and-effect principles that makes the exercise of will possible.
Needless to say, the point of exercising your will rather than yielding in the direction of least resistance is that the former produces better outcomes. As far as we know, you get one shot at life, and it would be a shame to miss out on what you really want because you wasted your time chasing the trivial payoff...

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Guided Meditation for Improved Performance

I began my career in Metaphysics over 25 years ago when I was hired by the exclusive King Ranch Health Spa and Wellness Retreat to teach yoga and guided meditation to such high profile guests as Toller Cranston and Andre Agassi.  My position at the King Ranch really inspired me, as well as taught me a lot about success.  One of the most important things that I learned is that winners take time to train their mind as well as their body, and they do this through some form of meditation. 

I take individuals or groups through a guided meditation that is meant to improve their performance in whatever they do. I will speak with the meeting facilitator and find out what the group's goal is for themselves (it could be better health for a ladies group, or more sales for a corporate group) and then I write the meditation so that they can remove the limitations that are blocking them from achieving their goals.  I present this custom guided medit...

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Sugar - the legal white drug

The legal drug!

One day last week I was thinking about sugar. I think about sugar often as I am addicted to the effect that sugar has on my emotional well-being. One of the reasons that I decided to specialise as a personal coach in weight loss and management is because I wanted to help those people, like myself, that have had struggles with losing weight and keeping it off in the long-term. We all seem to have an Achilles heel when it comes to our ‘go-to’ comfort food. My own personal favourite has, for about 26 years, been chocolate; the cheaper kinds preferably, like Cadbury’s Dairy Milk. When I have feelings that I don’t want to deal with, when I’m happy or sad, chocolate is my food of choice. Of course, the sane and rational part of me and especially the coach in me, knows that this is not the best choice for me and I know, you too, dear readers, understand this because we gain weight. When I was younger I could get away with it, but I am in my mid-f...

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Cali Estes Featured in Max Sports and Fitness May 2013


By: Lisa Moretti

April 18, 2013

!-->The lure of performance enhancing drugs (PEDs) is seductive; everyone wants to find that special “something” that gives them the competitive edge. But that minute of glory can come at a huge price. We’ve seen athletes like Lance Armstrong, Marion Jones and Roger Clemens publicly shamed and stripped of their glory for their use of PEDs. But the darker side of drugs and doping is that those secret “sauces” are devastating to the body and some are even life threatening.

Catching Bodies Downstream

We are astounded when athletes (both professional and amateur) die young from diseases like kidney or heart failure or liver atrophy. Few people connect the dots to realize that PEDs overtax the body to the point where it gives out early. For those who don’t die, they can be left lingering in a lifetime of dialysis, cancers, pain and bodily breakdown. Along with the physical deva...

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