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On to the second post in the deep mind change series…
Right at the start, I want to stress that the deep mind change I teach is a simple process. Whilst it is profound and can have a huge impact, the method is actually extremely simple. You don’t need high intelligence to benefit from it; in fact higher intelligence can be a hindrance if one is not careful.
As these posts unfold you will see clearly how simple the process is, and how logical.
One of the reasons I will firstly explain logic, is that when you can see the reasons why my deep mind change process works, you will have greater confidence about trying it. Once you try it you will notice a difference in your life and start to experience the power.
A fundamental key to having success with deep mind change is to DO. To actually take action and simply get on with it.
In psychology, counselling, and therapy in general, ‘compliance’ with a suggested treatment program is often a significant hurdle and hindrance. People seeking help tend to avoid doing what they need to, and are asked to do, for a variety of reasons. Fortunately for you, my method is interesting, easy, moreish and at times, exciting; which means you are more likely to do it. (PS: this is another example of ‘natural law‘ working – see later in this post for more information on this concept). As I said – it is simple.
Some might ask: What about belief? Faith. That kind of thing? Especially if I am so depressed that I have trouble hoping for anything good?
Because my deep mind change technique is based on what I call ‘natural law’ it will work as long as you just DO it. I will write more on ‘natural law’ in future posts, however I will briefly explain here:
Law means, in this case, something that has to happen when criteria are met. Example: I drop a glass on a concrete floor and it breaks – whether I believe it will or not. It just happens if I DO – in this case; drop the glass.
Natural means, in this case, something which is naturally ‘hard wired’ into a situation – our minds and the way they work. It just happens. Nothing is required other than the action; then the law operates because it is there, in the background.
To put it another way, your deep mind – your subconscious – has no choice but to respond and behave in a positive way if you know how to activate the natural laws and trigger the process. This is why I place such an emphasis on doing. It is also why I focus on getting people to do. When people do, they find out for themselves that what I am saying is true, even though for many the logical explanation makes perfect sense prior to doing. Knowing something is true logically is not the same as experiencing it however.
This brings me to the difference between a ‘believer’ and a ‘knower’. Much better to be the latter – a ‘knower’ – someone who has experience. We will take a look at this aspect in more detail in a future post in this series.
To summarise then; some of the highlights of my deep mind change method:
- Powerful (more on that in later posts).
- Suitable for all, including children, people with low intelligence right up to those who qualify for Mensa membership. Your religion, spirituality, or lack of is irrelevant. So yes, that includes you.
- Based on logic.
- Activates ‘natural laws’ so that they work in your favor instead of against you. This means it works and you get results.
- Exciting at times.
- Assists learning. Helpful in education.
- Belief, or faith are not required. Doing is.
- Anyone who is not practicing my mind change method is missing out. And yes, that includes world-class sports people, CEO’s, academics and others at the top of their fields.
- It can fix extraordinarily bad and deep-seated issues.
- I have had personal, long-term, in-depth experience so am well qualified and able to show you how to do it.
There are extra things I could add to this list…in time I will reveal more.
PS: On the subject of simplicity; if there is a word in my articles you do not understand, simply double click on the word and a little message will show asking you to click. Click the message and a small pop up (not disabled by pop up blockers) will show you the meaning of the word.