“I’ve lost control of my mind and body. I’ve hit a brick wall trying to change my actions. Nobody I care about finds me attractive anymore. Nothing I want is attainable. I feel like I’m on cruise control to hell. Is it too late for me?” These are scary statements I hear often in my psychotherapy practice. These are declarations of powerlessness at having lost all hope at being able to change unhealthy behavior. Fortunately, self-limiting beliefs are real only for those who believe them and won’t challenge them. Far too many people have forgotten the incredible coping skills and power they were born with, especially their ability to create. If you don’t believe this, just watch a child learn new skills and you will quickly realize that you have lost touch with those talents.
Thinking Anew teaches people how to use their primitive . . . but oh so awesome powers . . . to attract what they want and avoid getting what they don’t want. This book is about empowering you to not only become aware of what triggers your unhealthy behavior but will show you how to develop a healthy response to override those bad habits, and drop the behaviors which no longer serve you. This is called mindfulness. You will also learn how to bypass your internal sensors . . . those doubting winey voices inside your head that fight to keep you chained to the status quo . . . so you can develop a strategy to bypass your ego and create doable aspirations. This is called self-brainwashing. By using written goal focused power journaling, mindfulness and brainwashing, you will learn to empower yourself to become what you are meant to be.
This is not for the faint-of-heart. It takes courage to kill off the old you so you can become more attractive and start functioning at a higher level. Remember, you can’t become who you want to be by remaining who you are.
The power of writing has been known for thousands of years and is still one of the most effective ways to influence and access your fountain of knowledge . . . the wisdom you have been accumulating in your subconscious mind. You will also learn to activate, as James N. Muir, master sculptor and author says, “your sixth sense – intuitive and your seventh sense – spiritual. “
Don’t let your internal critics sabotage this opportunity by creating trumped-up objections to your creative possibilities. Just try it and observe what happens. Trust that you will be given the right thoughts and know that the evidence you seek will be observable by you and others. Change doesn’t come without trying . . . and it begins when you decide it should. Just don’t quit before the miracle happens.