Yesterday I brought up belief.
I mentioned that belief drives behavior which drives results.
Think about that.
I mean really take a moment to consider it.
What are your behaviors?
What are your beliefs?
Does changing your behavior also change your belief, or do you always need to start at belief?
For me it was really a combination of both. By shifting my behaviors I had more space to question what I believed.
Whoa. What do I mean by that?
YEA YEA YEA Annette - WORDS! What do your WORDS MEAN?
Ok. What I mean is the relationship between how you feel and what you put in your mouth. Sugar is killer for me. As I mentioned in the last post it is like pure cocaine for my body and sugar begets sugars - meaning the more you eat the more you want to eat. When I am consuming sugar my brain is less happy. I am less likely to make good choices and I actually don't even really care because I am feeling pretty crappy. In this frame of mind I could give a flying eff about beliefs and results. I don't have energy to care, I don't think anything will change EVER because things feel hopeless.
Let's level set here.
I am not going to feel this way from one square of Dove chocolate, but in general if I am going on a bad food bender I am leading myself inevitably down a path of low grade depression. And when you are in that kind of muck everything seems SO very hard.
The behavior had to shift for me to be able to get the space in my brain to reflect on what I actually care about.
Tomorrow I will delve into this further.
Spoiler: It is all about food.