If you really believe that you can stick to doing every one of these things, and if you really believe that you need them. Then do them every day for at least 21 days and you'll get yourself the benefits from them.
That's what it takes to adopt a new habit. "Repetition is the mother of all skills". If we constantly repeat a habit for about 21 days, then we get it in our subconscious mind and it's working for us automatically.
But remember this one thing, you have to be true to yourself. You have to like what you're forcing yourself to be doing, otherwise all you get is a living hell during 21 days, plus that you've got yourself an automatic conflict!
Good Luck if you decide to do it!
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I've tried Holosync, but I didn't really got the desired results. Holosync is based on certain sound frequencies that your brain interprets on the subconscious level. It's a kind of subliminal frequency that will get you to change your subconscious program by listening to those sounds.
I believe that the power of intention and the power of the mind is big enough in order to make what you wish for, or what you don't wish for to work!
"Unfortunately there are no shortcuts till you get to the shortcuts".
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They made an experiment back in the 60's. A group of people were asked to wear a couple of special made glasses that turned everything upside down when looking through them. They were asked to use them on a constant basis during four weeks.
After three weeks, the brain made the shift. Everything was turned upside down again. When they were asked to take of their glasses, everything -again- was turned upside down.
That's how they came to the conclusion that it takes about 21 days to adopt a new habit and have it implemented into your system.
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yiman, thanks for the reference. i've been looking into meditation and read The Relaxation Response not long ago and recommend it.
and thanks George. for a long time i thought that affirmations would work and they do work temporarily for me but then i end up not saying them consistenly and subsequently fall right back into my old patterns. my status as "Master Trader" falls into the affirmation category. anyway, it's great to know why certain things have happened. i have a copy of the Sedona Method and will keep you posted on my progress.
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Thank you for the IV part series and sharing your journey, very informative information that can be used in all areas of life. I also believe a change in diet can also be helpful when one is trying to make changes to "de-program"