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Perception: How we see events


We all have filters that effect how we perceive things that happen in our life. Previously experiences can alter how we address current challenges – sometimes creating a “fictional” situation. Why do two people experiencing the same event react in two different ways? It’s because their conditioning and filters make it a totally different event for each of them.

So how do we look at an event in an objective a way as possible and then “choose” how we will respond? First we need to acknowledge that even though we think we are being “objective”, it is highly likely that we are not. Try to identify filters that you may be applying to the situation.

Have a brainstorm and come up with 10 different “takes” on what you’re going through – even if it is not something you currently...

Improving your performance

Improving the performance in any given area most likely requires that you stop bad habits and strengthen the necessary parts of your brain and body. When someone is performing poorly they should realize that actually what they're doing is doing their poor performance at an expert level. This proves that they have the ability to achieve mastery. However, they are merely doing it in the wrong way. Getting rid of an expertly performed bad habit is not easy. In fact the brain and body will resist any efforts to change. Additionally, such efforts will most certainly strengthen the hold that those bad habits have. In order to change those habits, the secret is not focusing on them, but rather focusing on strengthening the alternatives. Essentially, this means that you should focus on installing, strengthening, and establishing the ability to recall new patterns of thinking and behaving. In...

Drinking, alcohol, and hypnosis

Drinking alcohol in excess can quickly become a strong addiction. While alcohol drinking may have started out as a way of socializing, once it becomes a regular activity a person’s body and brain begin to expect a certain level of consumption. A that point this behavior begins training the body and brain to expect the stimulus. The resulting addiction becomes a medical and mental health problem that affects just about every facet of life. Other than realizing the physiological problems, when addressing an addiction related to the excessive drinking of alcohol, it is important to remember that it started out as a learning process. So, there should be hope that it can be unlearned. What is needed is a willingness for the brain and body to release the habit by first unlearning and then establishing a different pattern of behavior. As both the brain and body prefers to hold on to...










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