This is the last Saturday before I leave to various countries with my “Wake Up Tour”.
Today I invite you to shed light on a topic that “concerns” many people: Beingo Overweight. In my presentations there is always a question or a testimonial about it, and it still amazes me how many people underestimate what the mind (memories) can do to the body.
Many of us feel deep shame about our bodies. There is nothing wrong with it! Those are just ideas that have been put into our minds by others. Osho says that to consider oneself overweight is a very suicidal attitude and we must abandon that absurdity.
Begin to love yourself. Only when you do so, then someone else could love you; otherwise you will not allow anyone to get close to you. If you are so afraid of your body, how can you tolerate someone else worshiping it? You wouldn’t tolerate it!
The most important thing is to understand that we are not just a physical body and that we do not depend on external circumstances to feel good and take good care of ourselves.
What stories do we tell ourselves to keep well-being and happiness away? Sometimes we are our worst enemy!
Do you remember my anecdote about the vanilla ice cream or the story of the french fries in Japan? This has definitely been a challenge for many of us and we will talk about it TODAY Saturday, July 2nd at 12 p.m. (Los Angeles time) on our LIVE session. I will be waiting for you!
When we talk about our body we definitely talk about breaking down barriers and going back to Zero, connecting with who we truly are. Do you know that your best life is waiting for you? All you have to do is walk towards it.
If you are ready, I invite you to these soulful video meditations which consist of six unique journeys designed to help you connect to spirit, protect you from the negativity of your mind, while also guiding you toward a more conscious, free, and joyful life. Click here to go to Zero now!
Remember that our strength grows when we dare to face our fears, and we are greater than those circumstances that we allow to scare or worry us; even when it comes to our own physical body.