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Have a heart-to-heart talk with yourself and honestly assess whether you have any problems you’re no longer attempting to resolve only because you have accepted as “fact” that they cannot be solved, whether you are living out circumstances in your life that are unfufilling or even demeaning to you because you have accepted as fact that you cannot alter them. Reconsider! Apply current rational thought to challenge these beliefs and then use your imagination to “shop around” and try out new and different possibilities.

  • Why do you believe that you can’t?
  • Is this belief based on an actual fact or on an assumption or false conclusion?
  • Is there any rational reason for such a belief?
  • Could it be that I am mistaken in this belief?
  • Would I come to the same conclusion about some other person in a similar situation?
  • Why should I continue to act and feel as if this were true if there is no good reason to believe it?


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Psycho-Cybernetic Mental Training Exercise #1

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As discussed in the previous post on psycho-cybernetics, your future sucess is based predominantely upon the self-image that your currently hold of yourself. This exercise is not word for word because for that you are going to have to buy the book. But I will give you some tips on heading in the right direction with your creative visualizations. I will warn you that you will not achieve results unless these exercises are consistently followed. I suggest 15 minute sessions for the next 21 days then from there you can step it up.  After 21 days, these exercises become a habit and adding more time to your routine is simple.

1.  Begin with a written outline of the vision you intend to create. This will help you to create a more vivid mental picture. If you want to crystalize this image, continually come back to this outline and refine it. With practice your imagination will become crisp and your ability to create drastically improves. Remember that practice makes perfect!


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