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Hypnosis Power And Inevitable Success (Part 3 of 3)

Do not miss out and discover the power of hypnosis. In case you missed it, read the first two articles below:

Hypnosis Power And Inevitable Success (Part 1 of 3)

Hypnosis Power And Inevitable Success (Part 2 of 3)

 

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You can use hypnosis for making changes in just about every area of your life

Utilizing it to heal your body, mind, and spirit. Hypnotists are now finding that its uses are almost endless! I remember watching a television program featuring the UK hypnotist Paul McKenna, called “I Can Change Your Life“.

He hypnotized a man diagnosed with a form of hysterical blindness. The man’s doctors believed a psychological trauma had caused the man’s blindness and that his eyesight should be working perfectly.

After a few sessions with Mr McKenna the man’s sight began to return. He was able to function more productively than before. This is the fascinating bit, before the program finish the production, the man was sent to an eyesight specialist.

They discover that their diagnosis is wrong. In fact there had been substantial damage done to his visual equipment! As far as medical science is concern, this man should not be able to see anything.

But yet, through hypnosis his sight was dramatically improved. Why? Because both the hypnotist and the subject believe that it is possible!

What do you think hypnosis can do for YOU?

Here’s a small example of what hypnosis can be used for. This list could fill a book but I have included these to give you some indication of how you could use it to benefit your life.

Aid In relaxation
Weight Loss
Smoking Cessation
Improve Sleep
Pain Management
Eliminate Fears & Phobias
Alleviate Depression
Reduce Anxiety & Stress
Awaken Your Creativity
Create More Success
Improve Your Self Confidence
Past Life Regression
Improve Your Memory
Improve Your Sports Performance
Better Study Habits
Release Issues From The Past
Healing Of Skin Conditions
Elimination Of Warts
Lucid Dreaming
Remove Addictions
Change Habits

It would appear that the only limitations of hypnosis are those you place on it! Try it you might just like it.

 

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Hypnosis Power And Inevitable Success (Part 1 of 3)

The Power of Hypnosis

Hypnosis works

There are hundreds of studies shows how the power of hypnosis can use to create amazing changes in your life. From alleviating pain to creating new behaviors. It has worked for millions of people in the past. It continues to work for millions today and it will probably work for you also!

Are you hypnotizable? Is there a possibility that YOU could enter into the deepest states of hypnotic trance? If you are an average person you will most likely think that you can’t be hypnotized.

This is normal. The majority of people feel that if it were possible for them to be hypnotized. In some way, it indicates that they lack any real will-power are naive or of below average intelligence. This could not be further from the truth.

The best hypnotic subjects are actually very intelligent

They have a great deal of concentration and have a highly developed ability to focus. You should also be aware that the hypnotic state is different for each person who enters it. It is a state that can vary from individual to individual.

Some people can enter extremely deep states of trance. Trance where their awareness completely changes. Even their memory of the event is hidden when they awaken. While others find themselves in a state that is equal to complete relaxation.

Most of us fall somewhere in the middle. Wherever you find yourself on the hypnotic trance scale one thing is for certain. Everyone is subject to hypnosis to some degree.

In fact you go into trance states constantly throughout the day

Have you ever been “going through the motions?” Just performing a task without any conscious effort and been thinking of something completely different?

If you travel on the bus or train do you find yourself day-dreaming? Or remembering past events and become engross in your mental image? So engross that you lost track of time or your surroundings?

 

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Hypnosis Power And Inevitable Success (Part 2 of 3)

Hypnosis Power And Inevitable Success (Part 3 of 3)

Questions To Help You Find Your Life’s Purpose (Part 2 of 2)

Please read the first part.

 

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Colleagues and acquaintances

  1. Who would I most like to work with?
  2. What would my perfect day be like?

Spiritual

  1. Is there a spiritual side to me, waiting to be unleashed?
  2. What would I like to do, RIGHT NOW, which would bring me the most happiness or pleasure?
  3. Which special gift do I have that I could give to the world?
  4. What makes me cry with joy, or brings tears to my eyes?

Hypothetical

  1. What would I like to do this weekend, just for fun?
  2. If I could be granted the power to change the world, what would I do?
  3. If I were given three wishes, what would they be?

Emotions

  1. What is something that scares me a bit, but would be really exciting if I did it?
  2. What does my heart say I am to do with my life?

Pride

  1. Which qualities do I possess that I am really proud of?
  2. What have I done in my life that I am really proud of?

Kindness

  1. If I had time available to contribute to a charity, or some cause, what would it be?
  2. What am I usually doing when I suddenly realize that time has flown by, and all my focus has been on that one task?

Travel and history

  1. What do I want to do on my next vacation?
  2. Who in history would I most love to be, and why?

Regrets and purpose

  1. What do I most regret not doing, so far in my life?
  2. At the end of my life, what would I most regret not having done?
  3. What is my life’s purpose?
  4. If I had to take a best guess at my life’s purpose, and just get started with something that excites me, what would it be?

Ponder these questions for a while. Pick out one that you can really relate to, and ask yourself the question over and over and over, until you have an answer.

The answers are within. If you ask, you will receive your answer.

You can live a life of purpose. You can live a life of passion and success! Ask, until you get your answer. And then take massive action. It’s worth it, I promise.

 

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Questions To Empower You (Part 2 of 2)

Please read the first part.

 

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Other considerations will be things like location as you may have to move somewhere else. People you need to connect with, making contacts, networking. Also some equipment or anything you find that is a necessary part of achieving your goal.

What things i need to prepare to achieve success?

Now you identified what you want to do and what this will entail. You then need to decide what you’re going to give to make your dream happen. Success demands a price.

In particular, we have the 3 kings: Time, Money and Commitment. How much time are willing to spend? Are you willing to sacrifice other activities to free up more time?

Time

Time is the most precious resource you have and it is a non-renewable resource. It is important you give a significant portion of your free time to the pursuit of your goal.

Money

Next comes money. You will have to prepare to invest money in your project – IN YOURSELF – to make progress. This could mean purchasing equipment, attending seminars, courses, property, books, raw materials etc. Without such an investment, it is unlikely your project will get off the ground.

Commitment

Finally, how committed are you to making your dream happen? If you’re serious about getting the lifestyle and success you truly want, you must be 100% committed to it. This will mean making sacrifices. Friends, socializing, working long hours, working weekends in short. Sacrificing many of the things you enjoy doing today so you can create a better tomorrow.

If you love something and you want to achieve a high standard of success, you will have to devote lots and lots of time to it and place it above everything else. Are you prepared to do this?

 

You now have three empowering questions to help you start on creating a new life for yourself. Please make the time to think seriously about the your answers. You will reap the rewards.

 

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The Mind-Set of a Leader

 

Words of wisdom from Mr Jack Welch:

 

Understanding that becoming a leader means we will actually have to change how we act. Too often than not, people who are promoted to their leadership position miss that very point… and the failure to do so probably trips up careers more than any other reason.

The fact is, being a leader changes everything.

Before we are a leader, success is all about growing ourselves. Our individual contributions, it is about us raising our hand and us getting called on and us delivering the right answer.

When we become a leader, success is all about growing others. It’s about making the people who work for us smarter, bigger, and bolder. Nothing we do anymore as an individual matters, except how we nurture and support our team and help our members increase their self-confidence. We will get our share of attention from above, but only in as much as our team wins. To describe the other way around, our success as a leader will come not from what we do every day, but from the reflected glory of our team’s performance.

From the ranks, promoted to be a team leader, is a big transition. It’s hard. No doubt about that. Being a leader basically requires a whole new mind-set, one that is constantly not thinking “How can I stand-out”? But is thinking “How can I help my people do their jobs better”?

Sometimes that mind-set requires undoing a couple of decades of momentum. After all, we may have probably spent our entire life, starting in in grade school and continuing through our last job, as an individual contributor, excelling at “raising our hand.”

But the good news is, we were probably promoted because someone above in the organization believes we have the stuff to make the leap from star player to a successful coach.

That leap actually involve actively mentoring people. Giving feedback at every opportunity, not just annual or semi-annual. We should talk to our people about their performance after meetings, presentations, or visits to clients. Make every significant event a teaching moment, discussing with them what we like about what they are and doing ways they can improve. There is no need to sugarcoat our exchanges, use a total candor which happens incidentally to be one of the defining characteristics of effective leaders.

Getting into the skin of our people is another way of growing others. Exude positive energy about life and the work that we are doing together, show optimism about our future, and care. Care passionately about each person’s performance and progress. Our energy will energize those around us.

Being a leader, it’s not about us anymore. It’s about them.