Drama Vs. Data 2: Self Acceptance
“Good Morning! It’s Ian Hart. This is part 2 of the Data Vs. Drama and right now I’m in up right outside of Vegas doing some master mind work and you know last week and the week before I’ve spoke to a lot of people about getting on the scale and how they have problems with the scale because they didn’t want to check in their weight, it made them feel bad, and I sent a video about Drama Vs. Data and so data is just a checkpoint to see where you’re at so you know where you’re going. Drama is not helpful for anybody. All right and so the feeling of shame or guilt is what many people feel when they step on the scale and it’s coming from a place of judgment because they think what’s on the scale is wrong according to them but there’s no such thing as wrong or right, right? so if you can’t accept yourself when you’re fat or a little bit above what you feel is right or wrong whatever it might be then you are not going to accept yourself when you are not completely thin, right? or completely where you want to be.
So self acceptance is the first thing so if you have trouble with the scale then you have trouble with self acceptance and taking away the judgment of yourself is the first step. So if you get on the scale and step on removing any wrong doing there’s no wrong or right. There’s no right number there’s no wrong number and that is removing the drama and just looking at it objectively like I’m 10lbs above where I would like to be all right and is realistic to get 10lbs down from where you are at to is another question you might wanna ask. And based on your activities and what you’re doing in your life. Are you really committed to that 10lbs down cause if you’re not then you know you’ll always going to feel wrong whenever you step on the scale.
So I wanted to make this video just to have anybody who has an issue with getting on the scale to think about it that nothing is right or wrong and as soon as we go from a place of judgment we go into drama and we’re no longer looking at it as data and the data is helpful to where we wanna go. The drama is taking us further from where we wanna go and it is creating shame and guilt which is low vibrational energy and is actually destructive to our health and well being and destructive to the people around us right? so self acceptance is coming from a high vibrational point of view where there is love, and acceptance is where transformation begins so if you saw any of my videos on the map of the scale of consciousness then you know that acceptance is where the actual transformation in the mind and the consciousness level begins and that’s where life actually takes off so if you’re not in the level of self acceptance then now it would be a progress or progress to work towards that level.
Alright, so I hope this helps and this is part 2 of Drama Vs. Data and now I’m about to go hit my workout at the hotel gym. All right, have a great day!”
Ian Hart is a Body-Mind Transformation expert, the creator of EarthFIT Training Systems, co-creator of BACK PAIN RELIEF4LIFE, and founder of BEAUFORTPERSONALTRAINING.COM and MYBACKPAINCOACH.COM. Ian and his team help people get into optimal shape in the safest, fastest and most effective way possible, using cutting edge science.