I always knew there was a connection between spirituality and weight loss and Marianne Williamson is now teaching it with clarity and passion.
Marianne Williamson is a New York Times best-selling author, and she is brilliantly bringing this knowledge to you in 21 spiritual lessons that will inspire you to surrender your excess weight forever.
She addresses the spiritual, emotional, and psychological elements involved in what Marianne refers to as “conscious weight loss.”
Whether you are a food addict or a compulsive eater, or if you have loved ones who are, you will treasure this book. I think it would be a perfect Holiday gift for someone you really care about.
A Course in Weight Loss: 21 Spiritual Lessons for Surrendering Your Weight Forever will take you to the root causes of your addiction to food and brings back the natural intelligence both of the mind and of the body. A lesson at the time, you will be guided to integrate body, mind and spirit into the truth that as you let go of fear, love, the true essence of who you are, brings in sanity, healing, and real beauty.
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If you order today, you will receive FREE gifts from Hay House, including a video seminar on A Course in Miracles, meditations from the Meditations for a Miraculous Life CD, and audio downloads of the Age of Miracles audio book and Being in the Light CD set. You can also enter to win a 4-day Retreat with Marianne!
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This is just one of the pearls you will receive from Marianne:
“The spiritual theme of my book is this: the realization that while an addictive impulse can trump your better knowing and conscious will, the power of God will trump your addiction. While we often intellectually understand this principle, it can be difficult to actually apply to our lives. And that is why I wrote this book. It provides simple lessons in restoring your mind to its highest, most loving functioning. And in the presence of that love, all dysfunction disappears.”
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