A Course in Weight Loss by Marianne Williamson

Contrasting Body Shapes

When it comes to weight loss there’s a wealth of information out there. Almost too much.

There’s television shows, i.e. The Biggest Loser, weight loss groups to join, i.e. Jenny Craig, there are diet books, diet pamphlets, websites, eBooks, and much more. There’s just about anything and everything you can think of to help overweight people to lose weight.

However based on the continued rise in obesity across the Western world it appears that none of these devices seem to be working for the majority of people trying to lose weight. Could a course in weight loss be different?

First, in attempting to answer that question, let me reveal to you the entire title with subheads: A Course in Weight Loss: 21 Spiritual Lessons for Surrendering Your Weight Forever (Hay House).

That’s right, spiritual lessons it says. Hmmmm . . . maybe this book isn’t your run of the mill weight loss book. And in fact, what I have to share with you is that after reading this powerful, holistic book on weight loss, it simply isn’t the weight loss book most of the world is accustomed to reading.

A Rare Spiritual & Holistic Exploration of Weight Gain and Weight Loss

Contrasting Body ShapesIn this one-of-a-kind journey into the body, mind, and soul of anyone suffering with too much weight (and actually anyone suffering with unresolved problems of the past), #1 New York Times bestselling author Marianne Williamson takes the reader on a deep, loving, and healing understanding of what’s truly behind weight gain and binge eating.

This is a weight loss book like no other. A Course in Weight Loss addresses the entire being and weight. Honestly, I’ve seen no other completely loving and comprehensive weight loss guide as this groundbreaking book.

21 Powerful Love, Life, and Healing Lessons

In this 298 page, twenty-one chapter hard cover book, Williamson’s gentle manner leads the weight loss journey for each reader with love, understanding, and tender guidance as she helps you to explore the true root cause of your overeating or binge eating.

What she reveals is not entirely new: eating to stuff feelings down, or as a means to cope, or get the feelings you desire in your heart, but how she approaches both the cause and solution are unique.

Each chapter presents a spiritual lesson and ties it directly into weight gain, weight loss, and self forgiveness and love. The words are easy to read, easier to relate with, and full of wisdom and hope.

For example, Chapter 1 of A Course in Weight Loss is entitled “Tear Down the Wall.” This start-off chapter helps you to identify many of the underlying problems propelling your weight gain. It ends with a compassionate prayer asking God for help with what we as humans are powerless at times to do. In fact, each chapter is full of tangible, active steps to take, and ends with a reflection and prayer section.

Inspired by Oprah Winfrey

Hay House's A Course in Weight LossAn interesting point about A Course in Weight Loss is that Williamson credits Oprah Winfrey as being the inspiration for this masterfully written spiritual guide for the world. The dedication is to Oprah, telling readers that this book is a gift from Oprah.

I urge anyone who struggles with weight issues (or knows someone that does) to get a copy of A Course in Weight Loss. This may be the one comprehensive source that will help them recover in body, mind, and soul.

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