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If you’ve tried to lose weight in the past but were unsuccessful, or if you’ve lost weight only to gain it back (and sometimes more), then you already know that diets don’t work for you…
On the other hand, there is a very small percentage of people in this world who can get results from any diet curriculum because they go at it nearly like a machine.
Day in and day out they eat exactly what the diet tells them to without a hitch. They snub cravings with sheer willpower. And they suppress and ‘plow through’ any emotional blocks and psychological urges that ‘pop up’ while their brain screams for ‘more food.’
“No carbs? No problem. Egg whites, chicken breast and broccoli? I’m on it. Avoid my favorite foods? Deliberate it done!”
Now before you get down on yourself for not having that kind of willpower or restraint… deliberate the real underlying reason most people struggle to make a lasting change in their weight, health and happiness…
“This is the fantastic error of our day, that physicians separate the soul from the body. The cure should not be attempted without the behavior of the whole, and no attempt should be made to cure the body without the soul.” -Plato 427-347 B.C.
After 20 years of selection over one million people transform their bodies and lives I know one thing for certain: As odd as it may sound to you right now, you can’t delight in lasting weight loss, along with long-term health and happiness, without FIRST transforming what’s going on ‘beneath the surface.’ (I call this an ‘inside-out approach’ and it’s making a world of difference for those who experience it.)
Sure supersized parts, addictive ‘nutrient dead’ foods, and stillness are literally killing millions of Americans and robbing children of their healthy futures. But the truth is, except you address excess body stout with a holistic approach–meaning you deliberate the mind, body, heart and soul–you’re not going to get immediate or lasting results.
Their ancient patterns, unresolved emotional blocks, addictive habits and limiting beliefs will, sooner or later, cause them to rebound and spiral out of control… over again and over again.
Has this ever happened to you: One day you’re subsequent a diet, losing weight and feeling hopeful but the next thing you know you’re overweight and miserable over again?
If you’re like most people, this hasn’t happened to you just once… it’s happened many times over the years. In fact, I’m sure you know people who have been spellbound on the weight loss rollercoaster for decades and the darn thing just won’t stop.
This brings me to a very vital point that I want to really emphasize: Until you get to the root of what causes weight problems, you’re going to be stuck living the rest of your life in a body you’re ashamed of… along with the mental, physical and emotional health consequences that come along with it.
“Every night was pizza night. I got up to 325 lbs. I was waiting to die. I’d given up and was just going to bed every night thought, ‘I hope it’s painless.’ I permanently felt disconnected from the world around me. I used my body weight in some ways to keep me isolated. I was so hard that my wife left with our son who had just turned two. I remember seeing them guide away and thought, ‘That’s it. I’m doomed.’”
“My life had become very dark. I was permanently mad, very judgmental. I relimb having an anxiety attack at work and I plotting, ‘I just can’t do this anymore.’ I relied on cigarettes and junk food just to get through the day. My kids plotting I was going to die and I wondered if they would be better off without me. I had tried to lose weight many times before, but diets didn’t work for me. I was losing hope.”
“I’m getting older, you know. This is what life brings. I’ve tried to lose weight before, change my mindset, and get back on a healthy path but it’s never worked for me. How do I know if I try over again it’ll be any different?”
“I was permanently known as the thick, stout girl. Never in my life was I in excellent shape. When I was pregnant with my first son I gained even more weight. At my heaviest, I was 260 lbs. I was binge eating just to try to escape the shame and guilt about what I had become. That worked for a few moments but then the negative feelings came back even stronger. I was terrified I wasn’t going to be around for my son and husband.”
The sadness, shame and desperation heard in these voices may sound familiar to you. And the take home point is this: Dieting is like clipping a weed at the ground surface—as long as the root is intact, it will come back. But I’m sure you don’t need to hear this from me—when you reckon about it, your past experiences have proven this to you over and over over again.
You see, as long as you’re still the same inside–at the level of your thoughts, beliefs, patterns, and emotions–you simply place of protection’t undergone… Read more…