“Why can’t I ever get it right?”
“Why do I always overeat?”
“How come my boss sucks?”
“Why do I hate exercise?”
These are not compelling questions.
These, my friends, are craptastic questions.
Ask a craptastic question, get a craptastic answer.
The quality of your answers is contingent on the quality of your questions.
Accessing your inherent genius, a wealth of knowledge, and forces that could conspire to assist you can all be triggered by a compelling question. And don’t just stop at one. Ask many.
How about these compelling questions instead?
I want to eat. Is this feeling the actual physical sensation of hunger or an emotional feeling?
What actions could I take that would be aligned with my values?
Which foods would support sustained energy and healthy weight loss in my specific body?
What kind of exercise would I enjoy?
By asking a compelling question, you tap your creativity, allowing it to help you find solutions and raise the vibration of your answers.
Now that’s compelling.
After several stomach aches spaced out over a year, I began to ask a few compelling questions:
Is something I’m eating causing my body digestive upset?
If so, how can I figure that out?
If I figure out that a specific food is causing digestive distress and I want optimal health, am I willing to stop eating that food?
I’ll be sharing my journey and the answers I discovered. This video documents the first part of the journey which begins with delicious French Toast and a sneaking suspicion about a series of stomach aches.
Want to learn how to go from crinkly packages to simple, home-cooked meals that support healthy weight loss, how to go from a vegetarian to a paleo-esque lifestyle, and how to discover your food intolerances and why you should care about them in the first place? Make sure you’re on this list to receive insights, tips and motivation.
To work with women’s weight loss coach CJ Blaquera on achieving permanent, peaceful, healthy weight loss and/or discover your food intolerances, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.