Week 5 Morning Exercises - 91 Days of Conscious Eating
Most people hate getting on the scale. And according to Emergence Personality Theory, hating an ordinary life event means you were once startled in a similar event. Why is this important? Because being startled permanently imprints your mind with an invisible, secret key. And whenever you experience similar circumstances (including imagining these circumstances), this key will cause you to relive the original moment, even if there are major differences.
In the case of hating getting on scales, you will expect getting on scales to hurt you. It also means your mind will go blank each time you get on one, and a blank mind is an unconscious mind. Not a good mindset to be in when you eat. Is this you, though? Or are you fine when you get on scales? This is part of what we'll be exploring this week.
Steven Paglierani is an author, teacher, social worker, and scientist whose writings describe the world through the lens of Asperger's. As a licensed therapist, he teaches others—including those with Asperger's—to stop imitating normal and to be themselves. He's created the first natural description of human personality, a theory wherein everything derives from a single fractal pattern. He's also built and raced Shelby Mustangs, been a singer / song writer mentioned in Rolling Stone, and designed his best friend's home as a wedding gift.