Difference between Achieve your Natural weight and PSTEC Weight Loss alone?

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    Line Perron
    PSTEC User

      Hello everyone,
      I am considering buying either the PSTEC weight loss audios or the Achieve your Natural Weight program and wanted to know the difference between the two.  I can see that Achieve your Natural Weight is a program which includes other tools as well, such as EFT, which I am familiar with, but I also noticed that it contains the Free PSTEC tracks and doesn't seem to have the PSTEC weight loss audio files?
      Also will I still need to follow a diet?  This is the hardest part for me as I am a very fussy eater and dislike cooking.  Also I am not much of a reader, I prefer audio, so will the ebook Achieve Your Natural Weight also be available in an audio file soon?
      Thanks for any clarification anyone can give me.
      Line (pronounced Lynn)

      Sally Baker
      PSTEC User

        Hello Line, Thanks for your query. Liz Hogon and I wrote Achieve Your Natural Weight very much as a reflection of how we work successfully as therapists in our face to face sessions with clients around issues of successful weight loss and ending a wide range of behaviours and beliefs leading to emotional or comfort over-eating.

        It's not a heavy read as it's very much about exploring the issues you have around food so that you can begin the process of working on yourself as straight-forwardly as possible and hopefully feel different in a very short time.

        When we began working with clients about their weight issues we didn't take a view on what they were eating or advise them in any way. We just focussed on our therapeutic work. However, clients kept asking our advice and from this, and our own research, the book does include guidance we have developed and written called the Eat Programme. It's not too prescriptive and is offered as a way to support the changes you are making in your thoughts and beliefs as you work through the book. Food plays such a vital role in how we feel in ourselves, both physically and emotionally and traditional diets, where you have to deny yourself foods, or go hungry can trigger uncomfortable emotions in lots of people which taps into their self-sabotage and a desire to give up. The Eat Programme is big on satiety and nourishment.

        There aren't any current plans to release Achieve Your Natural Weight as an audio, although it is an interesting idea :-) The text is really only there to explain how to move forward and to focus on specific issues as they arise for you. To support the process there are focussed EFT scripts, video demonstrations, Hypnosis sequences on MP3 and useful templates to apply to your own exploration.

        The book does include links to the free PSTEC click tracks together with guidance on how to get the best results when focussing on emotional issues around food. On our website http://www.achieveyournaturalweight.com there is the opportunity to download a 20+page preview of the book so you can check out whether our style of presentation will work for you.

        I hope this answers your query. Should you need any further information please do not hesitate to make contact again. Good luck with whichever route you choose. Sally Baker

        Line Perron
        PSTEC User

          Thank you so much Sally, yes you answered most of my questions, but didn't specify if you include the PSTEC Weight loss audio files or not? 

          Thanks again and have a great day.  Line

          Sally Baker
          PSTEC User

            Hello Line, to clarify, Tim's weight Loss PSTEC click tracks are not included in Achieve Your Natural weight e-book's resources.

            The weight loss click tracks were released as a self-helper programme whereas the book was written by Liz and me from the perspective of therapists who specialise in working with clients to achieve successful weight loss and weight maintenance.

            It's a subtle different emphasis I guess as our book and its resources are designed and selected to provide more guidance and focus than you might receive from a pure self-help tool.

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