Hypnotherapy for Headstrong Solutions

Conscious Imagery for Positive Outcomes
Self-Hypnosis

Conscious Imagery for Headstrong Solutions

Our conscious mind has the ability to create feelings, beliefs, urges, cravings and desires, creating positive feelings and goals. Conscious imagery has been well researched with a variety of positive and negative issues, both mental and physical. The positive side in our bodies, pain relief, reducing nausea, or a reduction in asthma, and hot flushes, rheumatism, and more. Mentally, help with depression, addictions, anxiety, motivation smoking cessation, weight loss or gain, motivation, and confidence, rid neurosis. Many famous sports people will tell you how they use positive mental imagery to become champions in their field

Get "Personal Power"

  1. Perfect your skill 
  2. Motivate your self
  3. Imagine your success
  4. Have massive positive thoughts
  5. Perfect your skills
  6. Live life as if you have already succeeded
  7. Have a plan B and a plan C and a Plan D…
  8. Perfect your routine
  9. Make solid rules

Let me give you the tools for Conscious Imagery for Positive Outcomes

Conscious imagery is a state of self hypnosis, or mindfulness. When you listen to an e-book or you are reading a book, our minds create pictures and sounds, feelings, smells and tastes, of what we’re taking in- this is multi-sensory. We see things in graphic detail, in nicam sound, HD, (high-definition), 3-D and with feelings. Positive or negative, these images can become real.

Here is a way, with mental imagery, to create Personal Power for yourself. Before you start, put your limiting beliefs on an imaginary self

"The Greatest"

“The Greatest”
World heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali used mental imagery for every punch he threw. In describing how he imagined boxing performance, he said:
I have a sharp  in-focus picture in my head in the gym while training of my opponents and how I you would deal with them in the fight. It is always like a colour movie. First I see my opponent in the centre of the ring looking slightly nervous; the referee is giving us our final instructions before the fight starts. I look straight into my opponent’s eyes- he looks scared; I say to myself. I carry this picture in my head as I go through my training routine.

Just as I imagined it was going to be

 
I continue my training and sing this song to myself and out loud too; I’m going to  float like a butterfly and sting like a bee,  float like a butterfly sting like a bee, float like a butterfly sting like a bee; pretty soon the whole gym is singing the song along with me it makes me feel so strong, so confident, so motivated I’m so sure.
I also have another scene in my head in graphic detail; this is of me throwing left jab that crunches on the side of his head, followed by quick right cross; this drops  him to the canvas like a sack of potatoes and all is left to do for the referee is to count him out; I can hear him counting;1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10
The crowd suddenly erupts into shouting and cheering, so loud that we can’t even hear the bell to end the fight. All I can see now is the ring side official putting  the world championship belt around my waist.
Muhammad Ali was an American professional boxer, activist, and philanthropist. He is nicknamed “The Greatest” and is widely regarded as one of the most significant and celebrated sports figures of the 20th century and as one of the greatest boxers of all time. 

Now you try this exercise

a cat to a lion

Practise this "Personal Power" exercise first, before you move to your main concern

One, describe what you want in life first (maybe being happy at work).
Two, what will you see, hear and feel when you have achieved your goal?
Three, see yourself at work: happy, confident, brave, carefree and afraid of no one.
Four, now focus on the changes you’re wanting (see yourself going to work feeling happy, maybe whistling a tune and looking forward to completing the work you’ve already started or starting something new).
Five, you will become aware of the negative feelings you had before. Imagine those negative feelings being shattered, like a car windscreen being smashed into thousands of pieces. If the car window was your negative feelings it would never be able to put itself together again.
Six, use positive affirming language that is in the moment (the present). For example:  I’m happy, I have confidence, I am carefree, I have self-esteem.
Seven, mental imagery can be very very powerful when recorded either by yourself  or  me, then used often to reinforce your Personal Power.
Practise the Personal Power exercise for your concern in the day at regular times, (4 times is good). Top sports people, entertainers, speakers and students,  teachers, in fact anybody who wants to be the best they can be must use this model.
 
 
 


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