Saturday, May 16, 2015

5 Steps to Transform Yourself into Higher Self

1. Be kinder toward other people

It is interesting that when you are kinder toward other people in your life, you tend to think about and treat yourself in a kinder way, too!
And the other bright side about this is that how you treat others is the way they tend to treat you in the long run.
Let’s take a look at some practical tips in your daily life:
  • Just be there and listen fully for a few minutes as you let someone vent
  • Give a genuine compliment or advice
  • Let someone into your lane while driving
  • Take a few minutes to help someone out in a practical way
  • Practice compassion
  • Practice empathy
  • Carefully listen to others

2. Compare yourself to yourself

One of the first things someone needs is to stop comparing oneself against other people. But what to do instead, since replacing a habit tends to be more successful than trying to just stop doing it? It may be more useful to compare oneself to oneself instead (eg. in various past periods to mark the evolution).

3. When you stumble, be your own best friend

Instead of beating yourself up when you fail or stumble in some way, ask yourself: How would my best friend or parent support me and help me in this situation?
Then simply do things and talk to yourself like the beloved one would do.
This simple change in perspective can help you to not fall down into a valley of depressed thoughts, but to be constructive and optimistic about what you do from here on out.

4. Leave perfectionism behind

One of the biggest reasons why we beat ourselves up so much was that we often wanted things to be perfect.
And so we keep ourselves to an inhuman standard, in school and whatever we do. A main problem with this mindset is, obviously, that we often did not do things at all because we were afraid that we could not do them perfectly. Or we feel it would be too much work and quit before we had even got started.

5. Be aware of the importance of self-esteem

Self-esteem refers to how much you value yourself and how important you think you are. It’s a measure of how you see yourself and how you feel about your life and your achievements.
Every individual needs to have self-esteem, quite simply because it affects every aspect of one’s life. Having a good self-esteem is essential, because:
  • It helps you feel good about yourself and everything you do
  • It translates into belief in yourself, giving you the courage to try new things
  • It allows you to respect and honour yourself, even when you make mistakes. And when you respect yourself, others will respect you too.
  • When you have a good self-esteem, you will know that you’re smart enough to make your own decisions.
  • When you honour yourself, you will make choices that nourish your mind and body.
  • You will value your safety, your feelings and health. Therefore, you will choose to make healthier eating choices, exercising, or taking time off to do something you like (without feeling guilty about not doing something for somebody else).

12 Steps Towards a Stronger and Long Lasting Relationship

The beginning of any relationship is often accompanied by consistent and energetic behaviors. We always look our best, listen attentively and love to find new ways to surprise and delight. And then, we start to become a bit complacent. We’re not taking each other for granted, but some of us may be guilty of making assumptions and going through the motions just a bit. Here’s how to keep your relationship strong and growing based on some sound psychological and physiological studies and principles.

1. Be a friend

A recent study in Britain indicates that a feeling of well-being and friendship represent two of the strongest foundations for a successful relationship. Marriage is more than a partnership; it should also represent a genuine friendship. Show interest in your partner’s hobbies, passions and activities. Ask them for advice about real things you are feeling or wondering about. Share your day or a funny story with enthusiasm. Go out of your way to spend time with them. Everyday.

2. Say “I’m Sorry”

“I’m sorry” doesn’t have to be an apology. It can be about sharing, empathizing or simply understanding. It can also mean you are genuinely sorry, but there is statistical evidence to indicate the words “I’m sorry” deliver a significant message and emotional response. Here’s an example: Your spouse applied for a new job and didn’t get the position. Your response could be: “I’m sorry they didn’t hire you. You were so right for the job.” The big sentiment in that statement, based on studies, was the importance of preceding any statement with the simple words, “I’m sorry.” Sometimes we are sorry for something we’ve done, but here again -the words “I’m sorry” empower the statement in ways we may not fully understand or appreciate.

3. Kiss and Hug

Intimacy isn’t always about things that take place in the bedroom. Sometimes it’s as simple as a kiss and, just as importantly, a hug. Physical contact has proven to reassure us and causes a release of hormones that calm us. We’ve all seen the monkey test in high-school or college psychology. A monkey is given a choice between two surrogate mothers. One is a monkey face on a cage of chicken wire, and the other is a monkey face with a terry-cloth towel over the chicken wire. When the baby monkey was frightened it instinctively ran to the soft, terry-cloth surrogate. This is about pure animal instinct. We like hugs and the simple reassurance of warm, physical contact. A kiss helps too, but frequent hugs are always a good idea.

4. Fight Fair

In a study published in the Journal of Psychological Assessment, the inability or unwillingness of a partner to both discuss and confront significant issues in a relationship can represent a serious threat to the health of that relationship. It’s called “disengagement” and reflects one of the most troubling human emotions we can confront: Indifference. According to the study it’s important for couples in a relationship to have the difficult conversations. But fight fair. Listen for understanding and give each other the time to think about and respond to what you’re feeling. Most conflicts resulting in an argument don’t resolve themselves quickly. A cooling off period is recommended, but don’t ignore the issue. Work towards a solution and be sure that both sides give in a little to reach a compromise and heal the rift.

5. Surprise Them

When we were dating we would spontaneously show up with flowers, give a card, buy them a little present, or take them somewhere special. We all love surprises when they’re motivated by love and affection. Don’t let the surprises fade away. It doesn’t have to be expensive or complicated. Even a hand-written note or a favorite candy or snack can satisfy the surprise. It’s the thought that counts and that is probably an undercurrent for everything we’re exploring here.

6. Give them some breathing room

This may sound contrarian, but there is such a thing as too much hugging, kissing and surprising. Sometimes we just want a little room to breathe, relax, read or just go out in the garden and do our thing. Try to stay out from underfoot. It’s a bit too assumptive to say, “Absence makes the heart grow fonder” but we all like a bit of alone time now and again. Pick your spots, but respect those times when your partner just wants to do his/her thing.

7. Remember the Romance

Oh how hard we tried when we were wooing. We often tried to make the moments special, even the simplest ones. Romance dominated our thinking. Keep doing this. Make a nice dinner, dim the lights and fire up some candles. Sit on a deck and watch the sunset and tell someone how special they are. Take them to a place that has significance for both of you and spend time there again. Romance doesn’t have to be expensive or over-the-top. It can be as simple as remembering or rekindling something that was special for both of you, or something new.

8. Dress up

When we were dating and first beginning our relationship, we always looked our best. Then we got married or lived together for quite some time and decided that sweatpants and a sweat-sweat shirt were good enough. Stop that. Take the time to dress up a little just for them. It’s not about a busy day at work where you have to look good. It’s about a Saturday where you try a little harder to simply look your best. They’ll notice, so make sure they know it was for them.

9. Go for a walk and hold hands

This was so easy when you first met. But over time we tend to get practical and busy. Physical contact doesn’t have to be about kissing, hugging and other things. The simple act of holding hands can say a lot. It’s a subtle and demonstrable sign of affection and connection. Send that signal.

10. Celebrate the small stuff

We’re always so proud when we remember birthdays and anniversaries. Those are predictable events and there’s actually an expectation they will be observed. If you want to take your relationship up a notch, celebrate something simpler. Maybe it was the day you met. Possibly the day of your marriage proposal. It could be something fairly significant like a promotion or the birth of a grandchild. Try to find reasons to celebrate your life and your shared feelings beyond the obvious holidays and birthdays.

11. Upgrade yourself

When you first met you always looked really good. As you continued to meet and develop your relationship your appearance was a major priority. And then we get a bit comfortable, relaxed and just a bit complacent with each other. We’ve seen each other in the morning too many times. We’ve been together through sickness and in health. We appreciate the total acceptance of how we look on our bad days, but how often do we get a bit lazy most days. Get a haircut or new-do. Keep an eye on your personal grooming not just at work, but at home. Shave on weekends. Put on some makeup on Saturday -not a lot, but some.

12. Compliment them

Sometimes the simplest compliment can make your day. We’re all too familiar with that bathroom mirror that seems so unforgiving. We usually get through it, but our partner/friend is the one person we often rely on for feedback on simple things like, “How do I look?” “Does this fit?” And the always popular, “Does this make me look fat?” Pre-empt the question and offer the compliment and reassurance before they ask. Even if it wasn’t on their mind, they’ll feel good about the little shot-in-the-arm and give you a smile.
That little smile is what it’s all about. Sustaining a relationship is about feeding it and cultivating it. We do that through physical contact, respect, appreciation and the ever-present awareness that we are with someone that is very special to us. Never take that person for granted. Remember where you started and always try to hold on to the true love and respect you have for your partner and best friend.

6 Ways to Overcome Fear

1. Awareness

To keep it mine, remember the “a.w.a.r.e.” acronym which stands for:
– A: accept the anxiety and fear; don’t try to combat it.
– W: watch the anxiety. When you notice it, watch it and scale your fear level and begin to breath and out-breath longer.
– A: act normally. Keep behaving normally as nothing different is happening. This is a way of controlling the unconscious sending it a powerful signal that the over-dramatic response is actually not needed because nothing unusual is going on. It’s only a misunderstanding.
– R: repeat the steps above in your mind
– E: expect the best. It is magnificent feeling when you realize that you much more control and power than you’ve ever imagined. Overcoming fear and anxiety will give you the spare capacity and time in life to focus on what you desire, on constructive activities, things you love or to spend more time with beloved ones.

2. Identify

         Trace the roots of your fears and look at the pictures in your head in specific situations of fear. What are you really scared of?
         Become your own observer of the complex inner world. There may be deep and forgotten causes in your causes in your childhood, events and situations you don’t even remember or they may have appeared recently. Have courage to look at the fears and accept them.

3. Gratitude

         Whenever you feel fear, switch it over and start thinking about the wonderful things that surrounds you: beloved ones, your beauty, the magnificent nature, all the things around us created by humans etc. Be grateful for all the things you have. If you are afraid of public speaking, be grateful for the opportunity to communicate with so many people and that they are genuinely ready to listen to you.

4. Therapy

          If you find this tips rather difficult to apply by yourself or you usually prefer ‘teamworks’, try finding a good therapist that might by life-changing. The criteria for choosing your therapist should be more subjective. Choose the one you resonate with and feel comfortable talking everything.

5. Get control of your imagination

         Fear thrives when you ensure it the proper ground, when you imagine the worst, when you are pessimistic and lack confidence. Our imagination is an exceptional tool to be able to project into the future so we can plan ahead. However, a side effect of being able to imagine possible positive futures is being able to imagine things going wrong.
         Uncontrolled imagination is a nest for anxiety and fear that can spoil otherwise happy lives. Some people misuse their imagination chronically and therefore suffer much more from anxiety than those who either future-project their imaginations constructively or who don’t tend to think about the future much at all.
        Anxious, chronic worriers tend to misuse their imaginations to the extent that upcoming events feel like catastrophes waiting to happen. No wonder whole lives can be blighted by fear and anxiety. Some people don’t even really know they are doing this.

6. Fear Diet

3 Foods That Take the Edge Off of Anxiety

Chocolate. Chocolate is high in chemicals such as theobromine (which has drug-like effects in large quantities), but it is also rich in other ‘feel-good’ chemicals such as tyramine and PEA. Don’t shy away from the chemicals, though – all foods have chemicals, chocolate just happens the have the best ones! Add some antioxidants and flavonals into the mix and you’ve got a wonder food.
Ginger. Drink a bit of ginger ale (be sure it uses natural flavoring) or eat a bit of ginger bread. Ginger naturally eases upset stomachs and quells nauseousness – some studies say it works better than popular medicines. How? Ginger, similar to Ibuprofen and other NSAIDs, reduces inflammation. Further, gingerol and shogaol chemicals relax the digestive system, counteracting the opposite effects of anxiety.
Bananas. So potent that some musicians eat bananas instead of taking beta-blocking medications. A number of nutrients combine to give bananas their calming effects, from magnesium to potassium to tryptophan, a precursor of the essential neurotransmitter serotonin. Eat a couple of these natural beta blockers a few hours before you need to perform and watch the fear fly far away.

Easy and Unknown Health Tips That Can Save Your Life

1. Avoid Refined Sugar

Today refined sugars can be found in almost all processed food and beverages. The following foods all contain refined sugars.
  • carbonated beverages
  • fruit juice
  • donuts
  • barbeque sauce
  • cakes
  • salad dressing
  • pizza
  • ketchup
  • cereal
Western food is highly processed with refined sugar. A major reason for the high rate of diabetes and obesity is because of excess sugar intake. Refined sugar comes from cane sugar which grows prevalently in the Caribbean.

Sugar is processed using sulfur dioxide. The bleaching process of raw sugar is known as “mill white”. The outer coating of the raw sugar is washed away leaving raw syrup. Phosphoric acid and calcium hydroxide are combined to precipitate calcium phosphate. The impurities are removed before the whitening process is filtered traditionally using bone char.
The filtering process leaves refined sugar devoid of any nutrients. Studies have shown excessive sugar intake has a detrimental effect on the brain leading to impaired cognitive function. Sugar is an empty refined starch that leaches vitamins and nutrients from the body. The process used to refine sugar is toxic to the human body and should be avoided if at all possible. Refined starches and empty calories have no business being in the human body.

2. Drink Alkaline Water

Reducing your alcohol intake is a no-brainer. Not only is alcohol bad for your liver but it changes the body’s pH level to acidic levels. The liver is the second largest organ in the body responsible for cleaning the blood. A healthy liver can break down alcohol when imbibed, however excess liver consumption will overload this vital organ. Fatty liver disease results in a buildup of fat in the liver cells. Another fatal disease is cirrhosis which can cause liver failure.
The first step in remedying liver damage is to eliminate alcohol immediately. The second step is a complete change of diet, this means drinking alkaline water and eating organic food that is not sprayed with pesticides. Reversing certain types of liver damage is possible with the aid of a healthcare or naturopathic practitioner. Choosing to shift to an alkaline diet that will not tax the liver and getting of certain pharmaceutical drugs that are toxic is also necessary.

3. Avoid or Reduce Dairy Consumption

Dairy can be found in most processed foods. For the lactose intolerant it can be difficult to avoid dairy products.

Dairy derived products
  • Butter
  • Cheese a byproduct of milk
  • Casein a milk phosphoprotein used as a binding agent in many processed foods
  • Whey found in many protein supplements
  • Mono diglycerides found in chocolate bars the by product of milk
  • Recaldent a casein derivative found in dental products
  • Lactose used in many processed foods
“The focus of natural health is to find the cause of disease not simply to just treat it. The body mind and soul must be treated as one. “- naturopath quote

4. Eat Organic Fruits and Vegetables

“An apple a day keeps the doctor away,” is the common phrase mentioned by great grandmothers. The antioxidants present in many fruits repair the damage to our cells. The antioxidant value of foods is expressed using the ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) value system. Old school wisdom was around long before modern medical science caught up. Antioxidants are the key to protecting our bodies from free radicals produced by the oxidation process.
Fruits have a cleansing and energizing effect on our health. Eating organic fruits and vegetables on a regular basis does the body good. Eating fruit early in the morning cleanses the body and the vegetables you eat during the day maintains your energy levels.

5. Bend That Spine

The flexibility of your spine is the key to retarding the aging process. Doing an entire series of Hatha Yoga or Ashtanga Series asanas is not necessary upon waking up in the morning. A few simple downward dogs, planks and uttanasana (standing forward bend pose) performed every morning and before going to bed will do wonders for your posture. The more flexible your spine is the better you will look and feel. Yoga and Pilates are the fountain of youth for people who don’t mind a quick workout in the mornings.

6. Go Herbal

The definition of a drug is any substance taken by the mouth, injected into the muscle, the skin or a cavity of the body to prevent a disease or condition. Drug induced liver toxicity is the leading cause of acute liver failure (ALF) according to the FDA.

Setting up a consultation with a naturopath can give you some options when it comes to reducing or eliminating certain pharmaceutical medications. A word of caution people who are currently taking medication should only see a naturopath after consulting with their healthcare practitioner first.

7. Detox

Just like you change the oil in your car every 3 months your body also needs to be detoxified of waste products and the pollution we face everyday. Detoxing by going on a temporary or permanent raw food diet while temporarily using certain herbs like dandelion root to cleanse the liver is just one of numerous ways people can cleanse the body.

8. Keep Your Teeth Healthy

You can keep your teeth healthy in a number of ways. The obvious one is simply brushing your teeth. But also teaching your child to floss properly is important. The time to start flossing your child’s teeth is when they first come in. Brushing alone can not remove all food particles in the mouth left over after a meal. The more teeth your child has the more crevices can be found where plaque can hide.
Getting your child acclimatized to the idea of flossing sooner than later will prevent those painful trips to the dental office for fillings. To make this laborious action fun consider the purchase of an eco-friendly dental flosser made especially for children.
After flossing is complete you can appeal to your child’s taste buds with a Listerine Smart Rinse mouthwash. Kid’s Listerine mouthwash comes in berry and bubblegum flavours, providing up to 12 hours of dental protection. Remember keeping a dental health routine fun will pay off in dividends for your child’s future dental health.

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Law of attraction and relationships

Looking for a romantic relationship? You don’t need dating services, you don’t need to frequent nightspots and you don’t need to ask your friends to set you up.  Law of Attraction relationships are natural and easy!All you need to do is to use the Law of Attraction to create the energetic environment of being ready and willing to have someone share your life. It’s a process that uses the immense creative forces of your mind. Law of Attraction relationships are natural and easy because you’ve created an energetic environment that attracts exactly the type of person you want. You do it anyway (we all do)! Having the knowledge that you can influence your personal energy and what that energy attracts will improve all of your relationships AND attract that special someone.
The Law of Attraction is very simple: like attracts like. It’s a universal law that doesn’t play favorites. It doesn’t determine who is “worthy” of love. Your life mirrors what is going on inside you so attracting the right person means projecting the kind of energy they radiate.
To attract a relationship using the Law of Attraction, follow these steps: 1. Raise your vibration. Would you rather be around someone who is happy and centered or frustrated and angry? It’s an obvious answer but it’s hard to see yourself objectively. Many people say they are optimistic and happy, but if you listen to what they say and the energetic vibe you get, you see that they are neither. What are the vibrations you're projecting?What sort of ‘vibe’ are people picking up on from you? How do you see yourself, and how do others see you? Are you cheerful or depressed? Desperate or confident? It may be hard to perceive the energy that others are feeling so look around you at the state of your relationships – are people naturally drawn to you or do you find yourself left out? Are your relationships healthy? You can only attract what you project, so raising your vibration will draw the right person to you. Use the Love or Above Spiritual Toolkit to increase your personal energy frequency. 2. Be happy! Many people assume that they will be happy when… “I have the perfect mate, job, home, money, etc.” They pin their hopes on some future event that will miraculously make life good. But happiness does not lie in these things. They contribute to your life experience, but they are not the source of happiness. YOU are the source of your happiness! Be happy so that the energy you project attracts happy people. Use the Spiritual Toolkit to raise your vibration and happiness. Love attracts love. Radiate love!Also – be aware that if you project the energy of lack (“I don’t have anyone to love“) or need (“I need someone in my life“) you will attract lack and need. Instead, focus on being happy with what IS and invite that special someone to share your awesome, happy, fulfilling and rich life. 3. Have a passion. A person with a passion or purpose feels ALIVE. It’s such an awesome feeling, isn’t it, to be totally immersed in doing something you love! You’re full of energy, enthusiasm and happiness… the life force is very strong. Other people pick up on that vibe too! You’ll find yourself attracting people with the same passions – and people will be attracted to your strong life force. Your passion may be the basis for a new relationship! 4. Be interested in other people. Obvious, but tricky. Everyone loves to talk about themselves and to be the object of attention from another person but unless you become good at being fascinated by other people, they will pick up on your “it’s all about ME” attitude (very off-putting). If you’ve ever been on a date with a person who only talks about themselves and shows zero interest in you, then you know what this feels like. Date over! Cultivate an interest in people by being fascinated by the differences and similarities between human beings. What makes you tick? What is life like from your vantage point? What are your philosophies? Use the Law of Attraction to find exactly the right person for you! 5. Radiate love. It can be tempting to criticize and judge people… even in the spirit of wanting to help them improve themselves. But don’t! Your way is not necessarily their way. What’s good and right for you may be all wrong for them. Instead, radiate love to all you meet. You can silently say, “I love you” to everyone. Sure, everyone! The person at the checkout, the customer service rep on the phone, the person in the car in front of you, friends you haven’t seen in years… Meditation is a great time to do this. Starting off a meditation session by stream-of-consciousness naming people and saying, “I love to you” is a really powerful vibration-lifter. Don’t forget the people you are having difficulties with – in fact focus your love energy on them! Doing random little kindnesses for people is a great way to foster a feeling of love. Something small, like a quick note or phone call to say, “I’m thinking about you” can make someone’s day. And don’t forget yourself! Love yourself! Treasure your quirky, weird little habits. Cherish your talents and gifts. See your beauty. Feel your worthiness. Feel your one-ness with all. Happiness attracts happiness 6. Smile. A smile is a powerful thing, more than a bunch of muscles contracting in your face. It has a huge emotional impact. You can instantly change your mood and go from stressed to serene, grumpy to giggly and “go away” to “welcome.” Smiles are much more attractive than frowns or sad faces. A smile raises your vibration instantly! Start the day off by smiling at yourself in the mirror (and don’t forget to say, “I love you” to yourself!) So, are you feeling more optimistic about finding love using the Law of Attraction? Always remember that like attracts like, so raise your personal energy to brilliant new heights and attract the person you’ve always dreamed of!   10338934_757207274319907_2026461721_n

The Law of Attraction - The Most Powerful Law in The Universe

Every thought vibrates, every thought radiates a signal, and every thought attracts a matching signal

back. We call that process the Law of Attraction...  

Are you using the Law of Attraction Correctly?

  The Law of Attraction says: That which is like unto itself is drawn. And so, you might see the powerful Law of Attraction as a sort of Universal Manager that sees to it that all thoughts that match one another line up. You understand this principle when you turn on your radio and deliberately tune your receiver to match a signal from a Nroadcasting tower. You do not expect to hear music that is being broadcast on the radio frequency of 101FM to be received on your tuner when it is set at 98.6FM. You understand that radio vibrational frequencies must match, and the Law of Attraction agrees with you. So, as your experience causes you to launch vibrational rockets of desires, you must then find ways of holding yourself consistently in vibrational harmony with those desires in order to receive their manifestation. Ask Believe and Receive - The Law of Attraction

You Get What You Think About, Whether You Want It or Not

By the powerful Universal Law of Attraction, you draw to you the essence of whatever you are predominantly thinking about. So if you are dominantly thinking about the things that you desire, your life experience reflects those things. And, in the same way, if you are predominantly thinking about what you do not want, your life experience reflects those things.   Whatever you are thinking about is like planning a future event. When you are appreciating, you are planning. When you are worrying, you are planning. (Worrying is using your imagination to create something you do not want.)   Even thought, every idea, every Being everything, is vibrational, to when you focus your attention on something, even for a short period of time, the vibration of your Being begins to reflect the vibration ofthat which you are giving your attention to. The more you think about it, the more you vibrate like it; the more you vibrate like it, the more of that which is like it is attracted to you. That trend of attraction will continue to increase until a different vibration is offered by you. And when a different vibration is offered, things that match that vibration are then drawn to you, by you.   When you understand the Law of Attraction, you are never surprised by what occurs in your experience, for you understand that you have invited every bit of it in—through your own thought process. Nothing can occur in your life experience without your invitation of it through your thought.   Because there are no exceptions to the powerful Law of Attraction, a thorough understanding of it is easy to achieve. And once you understand that you get what you think about, and, equally important, when you are aware of what you are thinking, then you are in the position to exercise absolute control of your own experience.
sources: Ask and it is Given by Abraham Hicks - Abraham Hicks Live Seminar Video

7 reasons why The Law of Attraction is not working for You

7 reasons why the Law of Attraction is not working for you!

Millions of people from all over the world are learning about The Law of Attraction and wake up to the idea that we are the creators of our realities.

The book and movie “The Secret” had a lot to do with this. Since its release in 2006, it is said that over 300 million people have been impacted by it. But with all the information and with all the opportunities happening in our world today,  Nightingale-Conant Statistics show that 95% of people who follow these programs never get any results

The Secret The Secret Law of Attraction[/caption]   Why is this happening?  Here are 7 reasons why The Secret might not be working for you. -          Reading and applying  are not the same thing: While we can read hundreds of books and have a lot of information in our heads, we really use very little of what we know. For example everybody knows how to be healthy and fit but very few people do it. -          Conscious level vs. Subconscious level: If we want to make a real change we have to internalize what we learn on our subconscious level, in simple terms: “Move out of our heads and into our hearts”. The Secret talks about getting into the Vibration of what we want. That means to get emotionally involved! The emotions reside in the Subconscious mind! -          Visualization: Very few people actually take the time to spend a minimum of 15 minutes a day to totally relax and visualize what they want. How about you? Do you actually visualize what you want or are you letting your present results influence your thinking and state of vibration? -          Affirmations: also named Auto-Suggestion is the best technique to influence our subconscious mind and change the results we are getting. The subconscious mind doesn`t know the difference between what`s real and what`s imagined. If you visualize and affirm certain things they will become your reality. -          Daily Study: reading or listening to an inspirational book every day is like mental fitness. It sharpens your mind and works with your mindset. Pretty soon you will be amazed with the changes that will happen in your life. -          Writing it down:  here is an example of how powerful writing your goals down can be:
In 1979, there`s been a study on Harvard graduates on goal setting:  

  • 84% had no specific goals at all
  • 13% had goals but they were not committed to paper
  • 3% had clear, written goals and plans to accomplish them
In 1989, the researchers again interviewed the graduates of that class.  You can guess the results:
  • The 13% of the class who had goals were earning, on average, twice as much as the 84 percent who had no goals at all.
  • Even more staggering – the three percent who had clear, written goals were earning, on average, ten times as much as the other 97 percent put together.
    Mentoring: having a mentor is probably the best thing you can do for yourself because your mentors can use their experience and wisdom to help you achieve your success faster than you can ever do for yourself. Decide on what you want, find someone who already did it and ask him to help you!