Being overweight may reveal that a person is not in balance – meaning that there is an imbalance somewhere within the mind body and spirit.
If you are overweight, you need to know the deeper rooted issues that need to be resolved – it is not as simple as eating less and exercising more. Although it is true that if you eat less and exercise more, you will lose weight; but what is the point if you go back to your old habits and regain the weight; as this is not tackling the source of the problem.
To find the deeper issue is to look at your life as it is right now. There is no way you will be overweight when everything in your life (to an extent) is balanced and stable. – Answer the following questions:
– Are you having difficultly letting go of a painful memory or a traumatic event?
– Are you having any stability issues? Financial problems?
– Are there any emotional issues? How are your relationships with friends and family?
These three questions will help you locate the core problem of the imbalance – If you haven’t already read it, I refer you to my article ‘How to be Happy – 7 Most powerful ways‘ – the questions I asked above, relate to the first 3 Chakra’s in the human body – they target on finding imbalances within each chakra – to find the deeper rooted reasons of your weight issues. Once you know the deeper rooted problems, you can face them and overcome them – rather than trying to fight something you cant even target (because you don’t know the root of the problem).
You are eating to “Fill” holes in your life…
Did you know that when you overeat – you are unconsiously trying to “fill” gaps in your chakra’s – in other words, gaps in your life; a terrible memory (root chakra) that needs to be let go of, a bad habit (root chakra), relationship problems(heart chakra), family(heart), financial security (sex chakra) etc – I am not saying that you are consiously aware of these issues, but they are there, waiting to be “digested”.
This article is intended to encourage people with weight problems using a holistic approach – look at all areas in your life when looking at the subject of weight loss, rather than what you eat and how much your process it (exercise).