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Medical Intuitive Column – Cellulite

Hi Stacey

I have cellulite on my legs and my buttocks and it seems like no matter how much I exercise, I still have lots of cellulite. I hardly eat any fat.

Is there an energetic reason for cellulite?  Why do women have it and not men? What can I do to get rid of this? I hate it.

 Thanks so much, 

 Julie, Milwaukee

Hi Julie,

You asked some great questions that I am certain will interest many people. There are several reasons why you can’t seem to get rid of your cellulite. These are the same reasons why some women have it and men don’t.

The most common reason that women have cellulite is because you don’t want to look too good.  It sounds strange, but there are hidden fears about attracting too much attention from men.

Some women have no concerns about it.  Others like you and a large proportion of the population, are afraid of being hurt by men who are not awake. These fears are subconscious for the most part.  You brought these fears in with you when you were born.

When these fears are released, you will be more prone to do the types of exercises and regimens that will strengthen your body and have the cellulite disappear. You can logically know what to do like ride a bike to tighten your thigh muscles, but not do it for a number of reasons, some of which are subconscious.






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About Stacey Mayo

Stacey Mayo is a successful Master Level Healer, Medical Intuitive and Coach and has been in business for over 25 years. She teaches people how to be very successful entrepreneurs in their chosen field and attunes people to be amongst the top in their field. Mayo has been training and certifying people to be Master Level Medical Intuitives and Healers for over 15 years. She has supported thousands of people in achieving better health and living out their dreams. She is an award-winning author and has appeared on the CBS evening news segment, Confident Women, and is a popular public speaker. She has appeared in Forbes, Newsday, the Wall St. Journal, Atlanta Sports & Fitness, Atlanta Woman and Woman’s Day. She is a former Medical Intuitive columnist for the Sedona Journal. She has been featured a number of times in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, including the piece, ‘Midlife,’ which engages people in considering how they can stop deferring their dreams.

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