Americans are concerned about weight and billions of dollars are spent every year on weight loss and weight control in this country. Whether it is to improve one’s physical appearance or to improve one’s health Americans are obsessed with dieting.
Last year I wrote an e-Book on Why Diets Fail. I won’t go into all the details on weight loss and dieting in this post but the jest of it was that all diets fail unless a diet program is supplemented with all of the essential nutrients necessary for the body to function optimally.
Now, after studying Hannel and The Master Key System I realize that there is another kind of “diet” that is needed to create or manifest the desired outcome of one’s life.
When was the last time you went on a “Mental Diet?”
The “Mental Diet” on which you live determines the entire character of your life. The thoughts you think and the topics that you dwell on in the mental realm affect everything in your life. Your physical well-being, your income potential, your happiness are all dictated by what you feed into your daily thoughts so over time your “Mental Diet” affects the outcome of your entire life experiences.
This idea of “Mental Diet” would explain why most people fail when it comes to New Year’s resolutions. It explains why, no matter how well you create a list of goals or how much detailed thought goes into planning those goals ultimately failure is the outcome. As dieting fails without a program of proper supplementation of the essential nutrients for optimal health, so does “Mental Dieting” fail without the proper consumption of mental supplementation for optimal mental well-being.
In “Why Diets Fail” I show that the lack of essential nutrients causes the body to crave creating an insatiable appetite in an effort to find the lacking nutrition. In the “Mental Diet,” Emmet Fox discusses how difficult it is to change current reality because past thoughts, the way our minds have been programmed, the diet we have fed our subconscious mind with, keeps us from standing back and taking an objective look at the reality in which we find ourselves. As a result we continue to “feed” our mind with what has got us to where we are in our current reality.
In weight loss, supplementing with the essential nutrients increases the effectiveness of any weight loss program. To succeed with a “Mental Diet” you have to carefully select all day the kind of thoughts that you think. If you want to have a life of happiness and a sense of being worthwhile you must be selective in the thoughts that you allow yourself to dwell upon. A properly supplemented “Mental Diet” shapes your life into what it can be not what it has been so far. This is precisely why I have chosen to go on this journey into Mark J’s the Master Key Master Mind Alliance.