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Getting Stirred Up Isn’t Growth

Excitement Isn't Realization

AND EXCITEMENT ISN’T REALIZATION

There’s a reason why many politicians, preachers and pos-think gurus fire up their energy to a fever pitch before unleashing it on their audiences. It impresses. It gets immediate attention, usually uncritical attention, and the audience gets focused and swept away by the excitement. When we’re cranked up on adrenalin and dopamine, we’re much less likely to question things, less likely to carefully examine the ideas and information being handed to us.

What Problems Bring to You

The Human Template

A Humankind You Can’t Yet Imagine

But let’s try. Imagine that there is a complete, incredibly complex set of “instructions” or guidelines for being human. This is not a new concept. In ages past, it was referred to as the Akash. Now it is sometimes called the human genome. I think of it a giant template that incorporates limitless options for every area of your being.

Tyson’s Secret

Hypnosis - the secret of Tyson's fierceness

Now retired, former boxer Mike Tyson was professionally hypnotised before his fights to ensure he was as ferocious as possible in the ring.

Tyson won his first 19 fights by knockout after becoming a professional boxer at the age of 18. In the process, he developed a reputation as a particularly vicious and aggressive fighter, who would quickly bear down on opponents at the first bell.

Taking Permanent Control of Your Moods

Your Mental State Is in Your Hands

I sure do hope you’re not typical … because the typical person has little control over how they’ll feel when they get up tomorrow.

Most days, they feel like a pinball. They crawl out of bed expecting that — again today — they’re going to be bounced from one obstacle to another, pushed this way and that, and rolled helplessly into an unending stream of unexpected experiences.

Control Your Words — Control Your Destiny

Undependable

Mike had run into a stubborn little glitch with his affirmations. “When I say the word ‘productive,’ he told me, “I get a little spike of self-doubt.”

Each time Mike affirmed that he was productive, it stirred up in him a deep feeling of mis-match — what psychologists call cognitive dissonance. This basically means he was trying to believe two things that contradict each other. At the gut level, Mike “knew” that he was UN-productive, so strong doubts came welling up within him.

Balking at Self-Change

Still Fighting the Changes You Really Want?

Most of us want things to be better in our lives. But then, when the opportunity for change comes, we may fight against the very things we say we want.

My friend Joanne had decided to have a large storage shed built in her back yard. She had even hired the contractor and paid him a sizeable deposit. The problem started when he asked where, exactly, did she want it located.

YouTube for Weight Loss

Weight Loss with Hypnosis/Self Hypnosis

So you’ve thought about losing a bit of weight. Well, if you go to YouTube.com and do a search for weight loss, you’ll find dozens — maybe hundreds — of free “hypnosis” videos. I’ve found, however, that many of them are poor quality.

The four videos below do measure up to professional standards. If you’ll take any one of these and play it, preferably twice a day, and don’t stop, you can expect to see results.

Bold New Confidence

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An amazing number of people suffer from what’s called the “imposter syndrome.” Because of it, they feel they are drastically underqualified for whatever roles they’re filling in life, and are usually convinced that they will never, ever measure up.

They are most often a smart and successful person, admired in their profession. But the “imposter” always feels like everything’s a pretense, a mask they wear, and that any moment now, somebody is going to see through them and realize what an inept, incompetent bumbler they really are.

If this describes your own struggles, here’s a recording to help you stop that fear and build up your proper sense of self worth:

Building Persistence

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When we set out to improve ourselves, we usually start with a big burst of enthusiasm and energy. But the energy often doesn’t last. This pattern is so common that everybody jokes about all the New Year’s resolutions that never make it to February.

A lack of persistence is perhaps the most common weakness in any self-help program.

Since hypnosis is a good tool for changing our habits and our behavior, why not use it to develop more persistence? With that in mind, here’s a recorded session that can help you do just that. And of course, using a bit of persistence in listening to the recording is a good idea, too.

Relaxing – the Forgotten Skill

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Almost everything we do is habit based. Maybe you know somebody who likes to sleep late. If so, then they probably do it often. In other words, it’s a habit they’ve cultivated. Of course, early risers are exactly the same… rising before the sun comes up is a habit too (although at first glance this habit looks like it’s the opposite).

Another common habit is being tense all the time. Fortunately, since it’s only a habit, it’s not all that hard to change. If you find yourself being tense a lot, and you’d like to re-train that habit, you can end up with the ability to relax at will – anywhere, anytime.