Whether it is their primary health goal, or not, many patients request help with weight loss. There are many factors behind this, as we’ve discussed before with the three dietary typologies (blood, glandular, and metabolic). There are also a complex of emotional factors which may have a bearing on each individual case.
The importance of the sequential treatment of a patient’s time line has a great importance in helping them reach their goal. Even when someone is eating all the most appropriate foods, and doing the best type of exercise for their individual typology, they may often still find that they are not losing weight in the way that you’d expect. This has to do with the shocks or traumas that haven’t been released from their system.
In a pure state of health, it is the astral body which governs the metabolism of food into fat, and the ontic organization which then converts the fat into warmth. When either the astral body is burdened with a shock or trauma (in the present, or held onto from the past), or the ontic is engaged with an internal conflict, this usually healthy process is disrupted, and even if the diet is otherwise perfect, the patient will still gain weight (or at least not lose it).
I see all of the time how patients’ weight will fluctuate as they work through the treatment of their time line, even in stark contradiction to what you’d predict based on their lifestyle at any given point in time. To put this simply, in the context of emotions, weight isn’t something that you ‘lose’, but rather something which you must ‘let go’.