Presentation on theme: "Thoughts are things. They have form. They can motivate people to move mountains. They can confine people tighter than chains or prisons. You weren't born."— Presentation transcript:
Thoughts are things. They have form. They can motivate people to move mountains. They can confine people tighter than chains or prisons. You weren't born with issues and problems. You created them. Many people stay in fear because it's all they know. It's how they've been programmed from childhood. Society does its best to program you hold on to fear. Since most of your foundational programming was put in place before the age of eight it was most likely put there by someone else. Your first programmers were your parents, your siblings, or any other person you held as an authority figure. What is inside you are the programs that were created when you were a child. Change the program you change the person. "Even if you could never fix what's wrong with your life, what stops you from creating everything that you want?" Programming is also understanding that the mind has a tendency to go toward pleasure and to run away from pain. You must make the price of not getting what you want very painful. It's kind of like putting salt in your own wounds. When things get as bad as it seems they can get, only then do most people do anything about it. Let your mind take you down the path your current actions take you and then decide if that's where you want to be. If it's not then you must change your current behavior. This method of change is E.S.P. It stands for Ebenezer Scrooge Process. Do you remember when the Ghost of Christmas future showed Scrooge where his life was going and it inspired him to change it. This strategy will work the same way for you. Source: "Passion Profit & Power" by Marshall Sylver
Subconscious Reprogramming and the Mind Everything begins with a thought. If you develop the thoughts of a winner, inevitably you will begin to have the speech and actions of a winner. By pinpointing the mental, physical and emotional habits of people that are living and creating what you want to create and then duplicating it. You can have everything and anything it is you wish to create. If it's really that simple, what has stopped you from creating your business and life exactly the way you want it? If you don't have what you want right now or if you want more, it's going to require some new action from you. In order for your life to change, you must change them, because things aren't going to magically change in your life; it requires that you take a new and sometimes slightly scary action. "Nothing has any power except the power that you give it." No one or no one thing can make you happy or sad or excited or angry unless you give them that power over your life. You should decide right now to only give your power to those things, circumstances, and those people that support you in getting what you want in your life. The sole job of your conscious mind is to determine critically what to believe and accept or what not to. It's the programmer (YOU) that determines how the subconscious operates. Most people believe that there is no way to choose what to believe. Whether it seems like it or not, you are the only one who chooses what you think. After all, if you aren't who is? "it is impossible to think something and not have it affect your physical world in some way." To gain more power in your life you need to know how your mind operates and how 1:o get it to operate the way you want it to consistently.
Rule No. 5: The less the conscious effortf the more the subconscious mind will respond. To reduce conscious effort you must program your mind to believe the new action or attitude is natural. In other words, a program about who you are instead of what you do is more powerful.(Examples: "I am a nonsmoker" versus "I don't smoke." "[ am a multimillionaire whose money has not been deposited in my bank account" versus "I can make money.") Rule No. 6: Each new program makes later programs easier to accept. When programming your mind, any win is a move in a positive direction. Minor victories lead to major victories. Small commitments lead to large commitments. An object in motion tends to stay in motion, whether it's a speeding car, an emotion, a habit, or a belief. Success breeds success, lust by believing that changing habits is easy you begin to make it so. Ask yourself right now: "What's positive, powerful, and productive and moves me in the direction I want to go?" Do something now. Rule No. 7: Your body will produce what your mind believes. Since every single function of your body is controlled by your thought process, an extended emotional belief can actually cause organic changes. The more you focus on something the more likely it is to show up in your body. That's what we call "dis-ease" or disease. Mental can cause physical dis-ease. Rule No. 8: Your mind seeks validation for previous beliefs. Since your mind moves in the direction of its dominant thoughts your mind can only respond to the things that you think about and it responds most quickly and openly to suggestions that are similar to preceding suggestions or beliefs. That which we seek we find. If we seek negative we find it, if we seek positive we seem to find it as well. When you look for what's working in your life it expands. When you expect the best in ()thers and look to what they are doing right, you will hardly notice what they are doing that isn't what you want and everybody ends up winning. "Determine where you are going and how you get there will become obvious." --Marshall Sylver