From time to time you’ll hear me talk about having a “Spiritual Practice”
I wanted to spend a moment with you today talking a little further about that.
When I speak of a Spiritual Practice, I’m not speaking of anything related to religion, thought I’m not excluding that either.
To put it simply, I think it’s important for everyone to feel connected to something that’s greater than themselves. Something that’s not man-made or man-influenced. What that looks like is for the individual. But here’s why I think it’s important; when you are connected to something greater than yourself, there is a calm, insight, joy, peace, clarity and direction that comes with a spiritual practice greater than anything one could experience on their own.
Of course, along with such a practice comes the responsibility to nurture it, grow it and allow it to operate as a part of your life. My experience has been that (as long as it’s not steeped in dogma, exclusion or rigidity) such a practice helps to create a truly rewarding life.
My spiritual practice is the heartbeat of my life.
Today, I’m going to give four easy to use self-hypnosis tools.
Let me start by giving you a very quick and easy understanding of what hypnosis is – it’s simply a matter of giving instructions to your sub-conscious mind. The subconscious mind is receiving instructions from you all of the time but when under hypnosis, you are able to speak directly to the subconscious. This allows the instructions to be incorporated deeper and faster.
There are a variety of ways you can do this:
Your life is run by the instructions in your subconscious mind. If you want change in your life, you need to give the subconscious the instructions you expect it to operate from. The more you expose your mind to an idea, feeling or belief, the deeper it goes. This is how you program your subconscious mind.
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Here’s another tip on using affirmations:
When writing affirmations, you want to make sure that you are in a positive, upbeat frame of mind. This is very important because the state of mind that you are in at the time of writing will be transferred to the affirmation itself. When you repeat that affirmation in the future, your subconscious will remember what state you were in when you originally wrote it and that can cause interference with the outcome you desire.
So you want to avoid writing affirmations when you are feeling desperate, anxious, angry or even lonely or tired.
Instead, you want to feel energetic, at peace and joyful when you write your affirmations.
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