Shape Shifting--The Body/Mind/Spirit Weight Solution [NOOK Book]

Overview

SHAPE SHIFTING = The conscious, deliberate release of old thought patterns, to create healthy changes in your body. This usually results in weight balancing--loss or gain--depending on your body’s needs.

Lisa Bonnice, who lost 50 pounds while writing this book, leads you through a fascinating discussion about how we can use a new view (including the Law of Attraction) of our physical forms to bring about the authentic, genuine self that our ...
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Shape Shifting--The Body/Mind/Spirit Weight Solution

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Overview

SHAPE SHIFTING = The conscious, deliberate release of old thought patterns, to create healthy changes in your body. This usually results in weight balancing--loss or gain--depending on your body’s needs.

Lisa Bonnice, who lost 50 pounds while writing this book, leads you through a fascinating discussion about how we can use a new view (including the Law of Attraction) of our physical forms to bring about the authentic, genuine self that our very cells holds in their memory--a form that is simply itching to come forth, if only we would ask it to. The best thing is, as you begin the process, you see that your overall life is improving because you are becoming your authentic, genuine self and are, therefore, attracting a more authentic and genuine life. When we choose to respect and honor our physical form, it becomes much easier to create the shape we wish for it to be. It helps to know what our buried thoughts are because, whether we know it or not, we are shifting our shapes with those thoughts. We might as well make them good ones!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016113814
  • Publisher: Shape Shifting
  • Publication date: 12/12/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 204
  • Sales rank: 210,607
  • File size: 592 KB

Meet the Author

Lisa Bonnice was born back in the 60s and probably would have been a hippie at Haight Ashbury if she was just a few years older. For seven years, from the mid-1980s to the early 90s, she dragged her girls out on the road with her as she told jokes in comedy clubs all over the US, opening for such acts as Tim Allen, Steve Harvey and Jeff Foxworthy.

During her sojourns as a wandering yukster, her eyes were opened to the great big world out there. While wandering through a bookstore in Madison, Wisconsin she discovered the “New Thought” section of the store and has been hooked ever since.
Lisa worked as an editor for Future Medicine Publishers, on their encyclopedia, Alternative Medicine—the Definitive Guide and then at NBC33-WKJG, as their MSNBC affiliate writer/producer. During her five years there, she won two Excellence awards from MSNBC.com. It was during this time that Lisa wrote her first book, originally title Addressing the Goo—the metaphysics of weight loss. She lost 50 pounds while figuring out ‘Exactly what are the metaphysics of weight loss?’

Meantime, she became the Florida State Coordinator for Neale Donald Walsch’s organization Humanity’s Team. She synchronistically met Walsch during a conference, as he was picking up a copy of Addressing the Goo that a friend had left on a table. He loved her book but hated what it was called. He told her that he would write a foreword if she wrote a new edition, but she really should change that title. As a result, Shape Shifting—reclaiming YOUR perfect body was born.
The Shape Shifters Daily Diary soon followed, and Lisa began hosting Shape Shifting with Lisa Bonnice on BlogTalkRadio. She featured guests like Neale Donald Walsch and moon-walking Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell.

Her first novel, Be Careful What You Witch For! was written about a bored housewife who wakes up one day with psychic abilities and a sarcastic fairy sidekick.

During this time, her friend Stacey Kananen was enduring the most horrible real-life storyline you can imagine. Stacey’s mother had been murdered, and she was falsely accused and arrested. Lisa attended Stacey’s murder trial and, after it ended in a not guilty verdict, she and Stacey wrote a book entitled Fear of Our Father (Berkley Books, June 2013).

Lisa is currently working on her second novel, a sequel to Be Careful What You Witch For!
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