This is a book about transformation. (Read reviews)
The kind that comes from radical self-acceptance and the freedom that follows.
•The kind of freedom that will have you drop pounds of heavy baggage from carrying around the myth of being thin.
•The kind of freedom that will stop you from twisting your guts up from trying to change yourself into some unrealistic idea of who you dream of being based on this myth.
•The kind of freedom that will release you from having no peace, no calm, no rest, and no feeling of being comfortable in your own skin.
•The kind of freedom that will have you taking stock of your life, finding out how you’d like to really live and feel based on what you may be holding secret in your heart, and then taking the steps to make it happen.
•And finally, the kind of freedom that will have you asking the ultimate question, “What are you willing to pledge allegiance to, without exception, to have the kind of well-being, calm, creative, balanced life you long for? Is it freedom? Is it living an authentic life? Is it simplicity? Is it truth? Is it love? You get to choose.
This is not a diet book, though if you follow the 4 steps with all you’ve got, you may feel lighter, especially in your heart. Everything else just follows.
The Myth of Being Thin will show you how to bust the epidemic myth that ‘thin is better’ and fully own your rightful place inside your heart so that you can accept your real identity as pure essence; the root of self-acceptance.
With real self-acceptance examples from the author’s own experience, you will discover that from this divine place, all negative thoughts of body image – fat, thin, tall, short, big butt, small butt – simply melt away and are replaced by a deep sense of inner dignity, reverence, and self-acceptance.
Written for the beginner starting out on the path of self-transformation, and with a strong focus on the spiritual solution and the 4 action steps, this little book for newbies offers an alternative answer to the mainstream thrust of dieting and weight loss mania and leads you inward, where all permanent change takes place.