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Subconscious Programming for Success!
Transcript of Subconscious Programming for Success!
for Unlimited Success!
Thank you for your attention!
And one more thing...
"What to say when you talk to yourself"
Ashanti, the Ghanaian tribe...
Negative vs Positive messages
Untill the age of 18 we receive 148.000 times the words: "No, you can't or don't do that"
At the same time we only receive a number of positive words that is not more than 400!
Close the window!
Blue eyes VS brown eyes
The self image
- If you can't try
- If it doesn't work, try again!
- If you don't know learn
- If they say it's impossible say
I erased that word from my
Form new habits!
Don't underestimate yourself
Because you are great!
The story of the eagles...
Affirmations are positive statements that describe a desired situation, and which are repeated many times, in order to impress the subconscious mind and trigger it into a positive action. In order to ensure the effectiveness of the affirmations, they have to be repeated with attention, conviction, interest and desire.
Make positive affirmations
Choose affirmations that are short so they are easier to remember. Positive affirmations don't need to be any longer than four or five words to be effective.
Affirm your positive statements in the present tense. Use such phrases as "I am" rather than forward-thinking phrases, such as "I shall be."
Repeat the affirmations over and over in five- to 10-minute intervals throughout the day. Get in the habit of repeating the mantras whenever you are not engaged in other activities. Mentally repeat your affirmations, or say them out loud when you are driving or waiting in line.
Try to relax and focus on the words you are saying. A few deep breaths can help you relieve any physical stress. Try not to think of other people or any negative emotions you may be experiencing at the moment.
Be specific, and include visualization as you repeat your positive affirmations. Athletes utilize positive affirmations and visualization regularly. For example, if you are affirming your ability to win a race, imagine yourself crossing the finishing line while you say "I am a winner" or "I am crossing the finish line first."
TIPS AND WARNINGS!
- Write up your affirmations and read them every morning when you wake up and when you go to bed.
- Use only positive words and avoid negation. For example, instead of saying "I'll not fail" say "I'll succeed".
- The goals must be realistic & attainable. Becoming a champion in five days is impossible, no matter how good you are at programming your subconscious mind.
- Ignore the problem, focus on the solution: focus on what
you do want rather on what you don't want.
"The Magic Power of Self-Image Psychology" by Dr. Maxwell Maltz
"He demonstrated that people always act on the outside based on the way they see themselves on the inside, even if the way they see themselves is inaccurate." (Full Engagement - Brian Tracy)
Your self-image is formed from early childhood, from the first time you look into the face of your parents and see them looking back at you. When parents respond to their children in a happy,
Laughing, and delighted way, treating their children as though they are beautiful, intelligent, wonderful human beings, the child's self-image begins to form in a very healthy way.
He sees himself as positive, attractive, intelligent, and desirable. This becomes his worldview. As a result the child interacts with other people as though he is already popular and well liked. (Full Engagement - Brian Tracy)
The way your parents looked at you!
1- The way you see yourself
The three parts of the Self-Image
This perception is most important, and it may or may not be based on reality. You may see yourself in a positive and realistic way, as self-actualizing people do, or you may see yourself in a negative or pessimistic way as unhappy people do.
-self image story-
Remember, nothing negative that people say about you (or said about you when you were young) is true or permanently true. At any time you can decide to rewrite the script of your own life. As psychologist and philosopher of harvard university said: "In the past I was this, but from now on I will be that".
Writing your own script!
If you think that other people see you in a positive way, you will tend to act in a positive way. If you think that people like you, respect you, and look up to you, you will tend to be a positive, pleasant, personable individual in every interaction.
Because we are strongly influenced by the behaviors and opinions of other people toward us when we are growing up, as adults we are unduly influenced by how we think other people are thinking about us.
2- How others See you
The fact that you should never do something just because you are afraid of what other people might think about you.
Deciding for yourself!
- In your 20's, you are very sensitive to how people might think about you.
- In your 30's, you are less sensitive to the oponions of others, and care less about how other people think about you.
- But when you get into your 40's, you learn the great truth:
"Nobody was really thinking about you at all"
You may think yourself to be an average performer, and then be surprised to find that the people around you consider you to be a top performer in what you do. -Story of the fisher and the diamands-
3- How people really see you!
Anything you do repeatedly, over and over, eventually becomes a new habit.
A habit: something that you do often or regularly, often without thinking about it.
Dr. Maxwell Maltz
European Journal of Social Psychology. Phillippa Lally and colleagues from University College London recruited 96 people who were interested in forming a new habit such as eating a piece of fruit with lunch or doing a 15 minute run each day
The conscious mind:
The conscious VS the subconscious mind
This is where THINKING, REASONING, AND ACTION take place.
Your conscious mind does not take suggestions very well.
Traits of the Conscious Mind:
- It is LOGICAL
- Has SEQUENTIAL THOUGHTS
- Easily ACCESSES short-term and some long-term memories
- Uses WORDS/NUMBERS
- and is ANALYTICAL
The subconscious mind
This is where PERMANENT * LASTING * CHANGE occurs.
Your subconscious mind takes suggestions very well.
Traits of the Sub-Conscious Mind:
- It is INTUITIVE
- Has RANDOM THOUGHTS
- Can ACCESS most lived MEMORIES and EXPERIENCES since childhood
- It uses IMAGES/FEELINGS
- and is CREATIVE
1- It works day and night
2- Problem Solving
3- It functions voluntarily
4- The subconscious does not remain idle
5- The Alpha state
6- Mental Image
7- It cannot differentiate between the real and not real.
Six Steps you need to realize your Goal!
Your parents, environment, friends and other influences have shaped your life. Habits have been created, programs have been setup and behaviors have been learned. In the first 10 to 12 years of your life, you have learned 80% of the habits you have now.
6- Keep doing
Every month keep practicing your new good habit daily and for 5 times a day for 30 days.
Every month work on getting rid of your bad habits by not doing them at all, practice that daily for not less than 30 days.
After only 12 months you'll get rid of 6 bad habits, and have 6 good habits, I invite you to keep them and never return back to your old version.
I am a great person in only 12 months and this will inspire my friends and relatives to make positive change and be great too!!
12 months change formula!!
1- Take a pen & paper, write down 6 bad qualities that you want to have them as a part of your personality for the rest of your life.
6 Rules of success!
The left & right hemisphere functions
1. Trust yourself
2. Break some rules
3. Don't be afraid to fail
4. Ignore the naysayers
5. Work like hell
6. Give something back.
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