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LEARN HOW CUROTHERAPY CAN BE AN EFFECTIVE TOOL IN THE BATTLE TO LOSE WEIGHT
AND GET YOU BACK TO FEELING YOUR BEST
Losing weight is hard. No one can deny this fact. Between diet, exercise, and other lifestyle changes, it can often feel like one is putting in tremendous effort for millimetric returns. This often leads to people giving up on trying to lose weight–quitting outright, deciding that the change is just too difficult, and going right back to the lifestyle they were living before.
The truth is that losing weight is often just as much of a mental battle as a physical one. Many people who have tried to lose weight often say that exercise is the easiest part of the routine. It is easy–in comparison to changing one’s diet, at least–to get your body moving in ways that it might not be accustomed to because there is little to no emotion attached to increasing physical activity.
Food, on the other hand, is a different story. Food has a tremendous emotional impact on all of us. Humans are communal creatures, and eating together has been part of our social harmonization for thousands of years. We eat, we talk, we laugh, we eat some more. Food, simply put, makes us feel good.
However, as with any good thing, too much of it can be harmful. All too often, people develop harmful addictions to food. These addictions can be lifelong if left untreated and lead to a number of diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, and certain forms of cancer.
What often happens when one is trying to lose weight is a "yo-yo effect" where trauma is created by the diet itself. The more diet programs one has gone through, the more weight they tend to gain when the diet fails. The body naturally enters into a low metabolism mode to "fix" the weight loss created by the diet. In other words, the body thinks the weight loss was an accident and tries to repair itself.
The good news is that curotherapy can be a very effective treatment in the battle to lose weight. Curotherapy can help break a person's addictions around food, restore proper energy balance, and optimize health. Additionally, it can also help heal the traumas that are often associated with a diet.
We hypothesize that diets sometimes create trauma on the cellular level. As soon as a person stops their diet, they are overwhelmed by irresistible compulsions to eat more, and their metabolism starts to slow down. Curotherapy can help by removing these associated shocks and traumas and restoring harmony to the body.
These traumas and shocks naturally push the body to gain weight as a safety mechanism. How often have you or someone you know turned to food to make them feel better when they were feeling sad, angry, or experiencing any other form of emotional grief?
While it is true that what we eat can provide a healing effect on the body, the truth is that far too often, what we eat is bad for us. It is bad because of the emotional compensation that occurs when we eat. At the moment, certain foods might make us feel better, but in the long run, they do more harm than good.
Curotherapy can aid a person who is struggling to lose weight by removing these emotional attachments to unhealthy foods. Most compulsions to eat harmful foods are not due to real hunger but rather to mental and emotional associations with how those foods are going to make us feel. This also ties in with the problem of consciousness—mindful eating—and that many people often never feel completely satiated even when their stomachs are full.
Rewiring these compulsions to make us crave clean, healthy, organic food instead of refined, processed, fried, or sugary foods can have a powerful impact on our health and wellbeing. Instead of spending more time at the gym to compensate for all the bad food you’re eating, you can supercharge your body to be even more physically active.
Good, proper, nutritious, and organic foods lead to proper recovery. Proper recovery leads to increased energy levels. And increased energy levels lead to a more efficient and effective workout. Working out with a low energy level can be harmful, especially if the body is drawing that little energy from unhealthy, processed foods.
Food addiction isn't a purely physical phenomenon either, even though modern society likes to treat it as such. Unbalanced energy seen in people who are too Yin (in relation to the Yin/Yang theory) will always tend to absorb more of the universe than a well-balanced person. This is true with food consumption as well. These karmic trends are traditionally studied in astrology but can be partially corrected with curotherapy.
Curotherapy can help to harmonize your energies so that what you eat complements your physical activities. It can also optimize the quality of your sleep, a determinant factor when it comes to weight loss and one that many people often overlook. Together, the two can complement each other so that weight loss can be quick, painless, and—most important—permanent.
If you are struggling to lose weight or have struggled to lose weight in the past, contact a curotherapist to help. We can provide unique treatments that are specific to the individual, as well as energy optimizations for your home or workspace.
These measures, taken as a whole, will help ensure that food addictions or emotional eating do not dictate your life. Losing weight takes time and dedication, but the idea that it must be difficult is a common misconception. With the proper energy harmonization and guidance, you can achieve your weight loss goals faster than you may have ever thought possible.