Trance eating can be particularly frustrating for anyone wishing to lose weight or maintain a healthy weight because it can creep up on us when we least expect it. This is because this eating habit often occurs without us being fully aware of it.
How many times do you find yourself watching a programme on TV and then discovering you’ve eaten a whole bag of crisps or bar of chocolate?
Are you someone who continually snacks on food because of the need to do something?
Or perhaps you are aware of the first bite of a biscuit only to notice in horror that the whole packet has gone?
This can lead to frustration and negative thoughts such as ‘I’ve no willpower, why even bother…’ or ‘ That’s the diet gone again, I feel so ugly.’
The important thing to remember is that you can become very aware of trance eating and through this awareness you can start to break that habit apart.
Key features of the ‘Stop Trance Eating’ audio self-hypnosis session
Written and recorded by experienced Clinical Hypnotherapist Mark Spalek, who runs a busy practice, Positive Suggestions, based in Leicester, UK, this audio self-hypnosis recording is designed to help you:
1. Bring the eating habit into conscious awareness whenever you binge eat or pick at food mindlessly.
2. Stop the process of trance like eating and replace it with something healthier such as exercise, for example, going for a walk.
3. Make the process of eating a chore and to apply a ‘stop’ to the eating.
4. Instill power and control so that you can say no to trance eating.
5. Bring yourself back into the present moment whenever you find yourself eating without being hungry.
6. Mentally rehearse situations where in the past you have experienced trance eating and to imagine yourself in these situations being present and experiencing good feelings without the food.
7. Be kind to yourself and change your relationship with food.
Professionally recorded, mixed and mastered with relaxing background music and soothing voice.
Track 1: Instructions for Use [3:28]
Track 2: Stop Trance Eating [29:04]