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Power of Your Subconcious Mind
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I have two amazing books I've read several times over because if you apply what's within, you can accomplish virtually anything.
If you've read them, good for you. If not, they are both a great study and I highly recommend them.
1. The Power of the Subconscious Mind - Joseph Murray
Link to freebie book online [link to www.ichoosetoheal.com]
Do you know the answers?
Why is one man sad and another man happy? Why is one man joyous and prosperous and
another man poor and miserable? Why is one man fearful and anxious and another full of
faith and confidence? Why does one man have a beautiful, luxurious home while another
man lives out a meager existence in a slum? Why is one man a great success and another
an abject failure? Why is one speaker outstanding and immensely popular and another
mediocre and unpopular? Why is one man a genius in his work or profession while the
other man toils and moils all his life without doing or accomplishing anything
worthwhile? Why is one man healed of a so-called incurable disease and another isn’t?
Why is it so many good, kind religious people suffer the tortures of the damned in their
mind and body? Why is it many immoral and irreligious people succeed and prosper and
enjoy radiant health? Why is one woman happily married and her sister very unhappy and
Is there an answer to these questions in the workings of your conscious and subconscious minds? There most certainly is!
Reason for writing this book
It is for the express purpose of answering and clarifying the above questions and many
others of a similar nature that motivated me to write this book. I have endeavored to explain the great fundamental truths of your mind in the simplest language possible. I
believe that it is perfectly possible to explain the basic, foundational, and fundamental laws of life and of your mind in ordinary everyday language. You will find that the
language of this book is that used in your daily papers, current periodicals, in your business offices, in your home, and in the daily workshop. I urge you to study this
book and apply the techniques outlined therein; and as you do, I feel absolutely convinced that you will lay hold of a miracle working power that will lift you up from confusion, misery, melancholy, and failure, and guide you to your true place, solve your difficulties, sever you from emotional and physical bondage, and place you on the royal road to freedom, happiness, and peace of mind. This miracle working power of your subconscious mind can heal you of your sickness; make you vital and strong again. In learning how to use your inner powers, you will open the prison door of fear and enterinto a life described by Paul as the glorious liberty of the sons of God.
2. Psycho-Cybernetics - Maxwell Maltz
Link to preview of book.
[link to books.google.com]
Info about author [link to www.combat-aging.com]
Psycho-Cybernetics: The Subconscious Mind as a Goal-Seeking Mechanism
Maxwell Maltz observed that his plastic surgery patients often suffered from self-image problems: corrective surgery did not always result in correction of the "mutilated self-image". What he found was that the subconscious mind acted like a cybernetic mechanism depending upon the goal. Give the subconscious mind a "success goal" and it acts like a "success mechanism". Give it a negative goal and it will act as a "failure mechanism". Give it "dieting" as a negative goal and you will fail. Give it "body reshaping" as a positive goal and you will succeed at weight loss.
Imagination versus Will Power
Dr Maltz also discovered that will power was worse than useless in forming new habits. Will power is not the key to weight loss. Will power is a negative way to break some bad habit. In reality, "will-power" is "won't-power", an approach that is likely to reinforce the bad habit. Like a fish with a hook in its mouth, a person using will power struggles to break a bad habit. The harder the struggle, the deeper the habit hooks into the flesh. Don't struggle to achieve weight loss or any other goal.
Dr Maltz discovered that imagination is the key to building a new self-image. For Maltz, will power might fail even when strong as a bulldozer, but imagination could make the same task seem light as a feather. Will power cannot succeed at weight loss, but imagination makes weight loss attainable. Embracing new good habits is sufficient to displace old bad habits without a struggle. Through imagination, a person can plant a new self-image in the subconscious mind. This new self-image acts automatically to guide the person to a goal-like an autopilot. We achieve weight loss or any goal by conforming to the new self-image created by the imagination.
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