“To fall in love with yourself subconsciously as you are today is the way you’ll release those 20 pounds and keep them off and not sabotage yourself, and continue to make choices that support you and nourish you because you’re coming from a place of love.”Grace Smith
In this time of uncertainty due to the pandemic, the stress we feel pulls us to do things that will make us feel good and provide comfort. How can we keep ourselves from spiraling into emotional/stress eating or doing things that will sabotage our health and well-being?
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WHO IS GRACE?
Grace Smith is a renowned hypnotherapist and the author of the new book, Close Your Eyes, Lose Weight. Grace is the founder of Grace Space Hypnosis, the world’s #1 hypnotherapy hub, as well as Grace Space Hypnotherapy School.
Grace is a regular guest on CBS’s hit show, The Doctors, and her work has been featured in The Atlantic, Marie Claire, Forbes, MindBodyGreen, Buzzfeed, Bustle, InStyle and more.
Grace’s private clients include celebrities, CEOs, professional athletes, and government officials; her keynote speeches and workshops have taken her to Ozzyfest with Hillary Clinton, Women Empowerment Expo, Ritz Carlton, Soul Camp, HypnoBiz NYC, Procter & Gamble, Summit.Live, HypnoThoughts and more.
To learn more about Grace and all the things that she offers, check out her company Grace Space Hypnosis on https://gshypnosis.com and here, you will also find an app, which they provide for free, that will help you get through this challenging time of the pandemic.
- How Grace’s new book’s release date is very timely and relevant
- Why the book was written
- Why losing weight is so challenging
- Two things that people struggle with
- Understanding the fundamentals of eating
- The 90% approach
- Limiting beliefs that have to go
- Intuitive eating
- Getting into exercise until the feel-good hormones are released
- Understanding emotional eating
- Upgrading how you reward yourself
- How to cope with unwanted attention
- Overcoming the fear of success
- Learning to love yourself for the long run