How to Interrupt, Restructure, and Reprogram Your Thoughts, Emotions, and Behavior for Weight Loss, … Bulimia, Binge Eating and Gut Health

The book focuses on the link between mind, gut, and overall health, explaining how managing thoughts, emotions, and gut health can lead to personal change. It shows that understanding these connections is key to maintaining weight loss and achieving health goals.

The approach is based on over 40 years of research and introduces Subconscious Restructuring™, a method to improve emotional and gut health without the need for medication or exploring personal history. Practitioners are required to measure and track various emotional states and gut health indicators to refine this method.

The book also underlines the importance of testing for gut health issues and lists strategies for maintaining gut balance and overall well-being, including changes in diet, supplements, and natural remedies like CBD.

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Excerpt from Reprogramming The Overweight Mind Work Journal © Copyright 2023 Kelly Burris

SR™ Introduction

Subconscious Restructuring™ (SR™) is a science-based 7-step Mind-Gut-Brain Emotional Health process designed to interrupt, restructure, and reprogram one’s thoughts, emotions, and behavior without meds, labels, or personal history.

SR™ does not depend on your personal history, labeling, or observational, subjective assessment to fix or improve behavior. SR™ goes straight to the problem and immediately to the fix.

What is the Function of Conscious & Subconscious?

The conscious mind has a single function: to deliver information to the subconscious; the subconscious does everything else.

There is a consistent process the subconscious must go through for an emotional state and behavior to come about. One is subject to the random and autonomic processes of the subconscious if one does not understand how it works and how to interrupt, restructure, and reprogram it.

How the Subconscious Works and How to Take Control of It

Everything you have ever seen, heard, felt, tasted, or smelled has been stored in your subconscious since your first breath. The subconscious uses this information to determine how you emotionally respond to your world, which in turn will equal your behavior. One must fully understand how the subconscious works and how to take control of it, including the tools to interrupt, restructure, and reprogram the subconscious if something is determined not to work.

Will SR™ Help Me Manage, Modify, or Cope?

SR™ is designed for a complete, positive, empowered change. It simply does not make sense to modify, manage, or cope with something that does not work. It does make sense to interrupt a process that does not work before it begins, then restructure and reprogram it to produce a different emotional response and permanently change an unwanted behavior.

What is the foundation of SR™?

One’s emotional state is the single constant of all human behavior; in other words, your emotional state = your behavior. How you feel about everything you do will always determine whether you move toward it. You will always move toward perceived pleasure and away from pain. This is why Step 1 of SR™ is a three-instrument checklist beginning with an Emotional Checklist.

The Power of Your Subconscious

To give you an idea of the power of your subconscious, you can speak at a rate of about two to three hundred words per minute. Your subconscious runs at a rate of about one thousand to twelve hundred words per minute, which is about four times faster than you can speak. This is why you can talk on the phone and perform other tasks like typing on the computer or driving a car because the subconscious is already programmed to do the other tasks.

When a single objective comes to mind, it is like a tug of war with a vat of mud in the middle for whoever loses. Your single objective is one person on one side against the subconscious, which is four people on the other side. If one does not understand how to interrupt, restructure, and reprogram the subconscious, one will be subject to the autonomic processes of the subconscious.

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