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Ten-Step Program to End Food Addictions


I have created a 10-step program for people who are addicted to unhealthy foods or consuming unhealthy quantities of foods. If your food addictions are affecting the quality of your life, relationships with others, your career and your overall self-esteem, this program can be helpful in empowering you to become the master of yourself as opposed to the prisoner of your addictive behavior.

Ten-Step Program to End Addiction to Food

1) You must admit that you are often powerless over the desire to consume food. It has caused your life to be unmanageable or it is preventing you from pursuing your Dharma**.
2) You are willing to acknowledge that spirit or God can help you transcend this attachment.
3) In deep inner healing work you have come to understand the nature of your problem and admitted it to another person.
4) You are ready to transmute this karmic* attachment so you could pursue your bliss.
5) You work each day at the end of your meditation on overcoming your karmic attachments.
6) You make a list of individuals with whom you have karmic debts outstanding and are willing to make amends to them.
7) You have made the amends and successfully transmuted karma.
8) Continue to take daily inventory and create no new karma.
9) Continue to meditate daily
10) Further transmute karma by taking the message of healing to others.

  • Karma: Means past actions
  • Dharma: Life’s purpose

In this chapter we presented a program to help you make permanent behavioral change. The most important step is admitting that you have a problem. By purchasing this book and reviewing the previous chapters, you have initiated the healing process.

© 2007, Bruce Eric Van Horn

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If we could give every individual the right amount of nourishment and exercise, not too little and not too much, we would have found the safest way to health. - Hippocrates

Author, CPA, MBA and yoga instructor Bruce Van Horn founded Yoga for Business, Inc., a company devoted to organizational and individual wellness. He presents a daily Yoga Workout routine that provides a complete physical, mental and spiritual workout. He is the author of Yoga for Prostate Health and Yoga for Men, designed for all levels of experience with yoga.. He has renamed (Asanas) positions in Yoga using terms from business to help you identify with the movement and focus your attention. He is the Chair of the Advisory Board for the Center for Complimentary Medicine at the Cancer Institute of New Jersey. Bruce also leads a volunteer yoga program designed for cancer patients and healthcare workers at Beth Israel Medical Center. He lives outside New York with his wife Michelle who is a Reiki Master. Bruce has two daughters who have asked that he refrain from headstands at the town pool. His website is www.yogaforbusiness.com If you have any questions, feel free to write: E-Mail.



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