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Transformational Weight Loss

Transformational Weight Loss

by Charles Eisenstein
A personal revolution for food and body sanity
"Transformational Book" | "Wonderfully Inspiring" | "Gorgeous, touches the heart and soul"


Transformational Weight Loss describes an alternative to the treadmill of self-denial, self-control, and dieting. It begins with the insight that if trying hard didn’t work, trying harder is doing more of what doesn’t work. There are very few guidelines about what to eat and not to eat in this book. Instead, it presents a whole new way of eating, a new way of seeing food, exercise, and the body. Revolutionary, it also strikes a deep chord of common sense. Among thousands of diet and nutrition books on the market today, this book is a profoundly new voice, especially for anyone ready to transform the condition of obesity and all the mental, emotional, and spiritual conditions that go along with it.


Charles Eisenstein
Author | Philosopher | Civilization | Economics | Spirituality | Ecology

Derived from Wikipedia:

Charles Eisenstein is a public speaker, philosopher and author. His work covers a wide range of topics, including the history of human civilization, economics, spirituality, and the ecology movement. Key themes explored include anti-consumerism, interdependence, and how myth and narrative influence culture.

According to Eisenstein, global culture is immersed in a destructive “story of separation”, and one of the main goals of his work is to present an alternative “story of interbeing”. Much of his work draws on ideas from Eastern philosophy and the spiritual teachings of various indigenous peoples. Eisenstein has been involved in the Occupy, New Economy, and permaculture movements. 

An advocate of the gift economy, he makes much of his work available for free on his website.


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