You immediately let go of all the things you think you want and need. This releases all the pressure you place on yourself.
Think about yourself in the present moment. Are you able to accept yourself, without finding fault?
When you can be happy with yourself, without any criticism, then you will flourish and be the best version of yourself possible.
If you constantly hear a drip feed of negative thoughts, all you do is feel there's no point in even trying, so you give up.
When you can think about yourself, and simply smile because there is nothing you would change - then you're freeing yourself to make the most of life.
The Universe couldn't care less if you worry about wanting to lose a few pounds, or stop this or that behavior. It can only reflect back the energy you send out, so when you're fully at peace with yourself, and feel content - you will receive more that makes you happy.
Once you're satisfied with everything about you, then you're in the state where you truly care about yourself, and this is where you're able to start making the best choices for your benefit.
If that means you decide to eat healthier food, then you are doing it from a place where it will add to your already contented life. You're doomed to fail if you start a diet feeling depressed, miserable, and hating yourself. No diet can ever replace how you feel about yourself inside - and that determines your results.
The ZPoint Process communicates with your unconscious, and releases the limiting beliefs you've collected over the years. This makes it much easier to let go of negativity, and feel good about yourself. When you feel the difference, you know how much better your life becomes in every way when you start by caring about feeling content with yourself - right here, right now.
"Be content with what you have, rejoice in the way things are. When you realize there is nothing lacking, the whole world belongs to you." ~ Lao Tzu
"We don’t need to increase our goods nearly as much as we need to scale down our wants. Not wanting something is as good as possessing it." ~ Donald Horban