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Motivation and Success: Improved Techniques


Changing our internal programming that limits us has never been simpler or easier; we just expect it to be more complex! When we associate images or objects that provide a state of relaxation and joy we create a receptive environment for the unconscious mind to accept powerful motivation and successful results.

Founding Father of Autosuggestion:

In the late 19th and early 20th century Emile Coue (a chemist who became a hypnotist) experimented with autosuggestion techniques with great results.

He believed and showed that by using one's inner resources and imagination one could improve their life physically, mentally and spiritually.

The success he had curing patients with the affirmation below was nothing short of spectacular!

"Day by day, in every way, I am getting better and better."

As a pharmacist he would encourage his patients to say this affirmation 20 times with a low voice, morning and evening, in a state of relaxation, like a litany.

He found the following immutable relationships (facts) that we have expanded:

A. When the will (conscious mind) and the imagination (unconscious mind) are antagonistic, it is always the imagination (unconscious mind) that wins, without exception.

This means, we can't override our passive unconscious beliefs with our conscious thoughts. Most of us think we can and we are - what an illusion we are weaving!

B. In the conflict between the will (conscious mind) and the imagination (unconscious mind), the force of the imagination is in direct ratio to the square of the will.

This means, our unconscious mind's beliefs are far more pervasive than we have ever understood, as the will (conscious mind) times the will (conscious mind) is a very strong force yet still only in ratio to the imagination (unconscious mind)!

We would have to constantly work ourselves into a huge state to override the unconscious mind consciously. Sometimes we can do this, though not often.

C. When the will (conscious mind) and the imagination (unconscious mind) are in agreement, one does not add to the other, but one is multiplied to the other.

What we already believe and know: unconscious and conscious, work very together very well in us. What we believe but don't know are antagonistic and cause most of our limitations.

D. The imagination (unconscious mind) can be directed.

Without this we would never be able to change, our limitations would rule supreme! With this we have a powerful tool for input to align our conscious and unconscious minds for amplification of our intention!

Current Advocates:

This information has been used in many walks of life since.

Renowned motivators like Anthony Robbins and others have used this information to instil success programming into the unconscious mind of students though the use of affirmations.

Many have also used the hype through our peak experiences to make it more thrilling and attractive. This can retrain the unconscious mind or imagination to a new belief that hype is required to enable change: a potentially exhausting proposition for the home based student!

Successful athletes 'program' an anticipated winning performance and outcome for an event prior to their participation.

Movie producers lead our unconscious mind through a story to create an emotional reaction in us that we may not have experienced in real life.

Transforming it for Now:

We know that in a relaxed state we are more receptive to suggestion.

Want to convince someone of what you are saying? Use a technique that powerful motivational speakers use - disarm the audience first by getting them to relax, either by stretching or by being humorous.

So what is the most effective way to multiply the will (conscious mind) by the imagination (unconscious mind)?

Be in a relaxed and joyful state. In this state we are the most receptive to suggestion.

To do this;

- Choose an affirmation that would change your life, if you could act as if it were true.

- Induce a state of relaxation, and,

- Give it a tremendous boost by associating it with joy, a state of our higher mind.

Emile Coue repeatedly stresses that in order for autosuggestion to work, efforts must not be made; the will (conscious mind) must not be used. Affirmation must be used effortlessly; otherwise we are using the conscious mind only and doomed to mediocre results!

Dolphins Alive:

My wife, Rosemary, and I have had many years experience coaching our clients to prosperity, leadership and living! One of the most effective methods we use is affirmations, with visual stimuli and higher mind states (joyfulness).

We want to share these results more widely and so set up a web site of dolphin gifts with affirmations. We have used dolphins, because of our universal relationship of joy through the magic they provide us, regardless of culture, religion or race. We have teamed this with powerful affirmations on our web site e store.

We hope that this provides not only a personalized experience but assists in effecting change in those aspiring to a greater life.

You may publish this article free of charge in your ezine, web site, ebook or print publication so long as the resource paragraph (at the end of the article) is included.

John Moore, a Prosperity Coach and Director of First One Pty Ltd, and has helped many people to change and achieve success and wealth in their lives with the aid of the techniques described in the article.Dolphin Gifts with Affirmationshttp://www.dolphinsalive.com


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