Expert Author: Max Ashton
Thought is imagination and it is the essence for creating our physical existence, at all times. Life outcome is transmitted through imagination by choice and decision. The code and the activator. For any desired outcome it is essential that we know transmitted codes because it will always give evidence of the exact product. Good or bad, we get what we imagine every time.
Expert Author: Lucus C
Is your dream job just around the corner? Find out how to improve your career, make the most of your current skills and know when the right career move comes along. Find out how a Psychic career reading can help you find the best career path for you.
Expert Author: Andres Lara
Every time you express views about yourself, those views become impressed, imprinted, inscribed... tattooed onto your self-image and onto others' minds. Never voice an opinion of yourself that is less than spectacular. Any sentiment less than extraordinary or amazing about yourself, you must refrain from verbalizing it. Expressions become impressions. Every time you express views about yourself, those views become impressed, imprinted, inscribed... tattooed onto your self-image and onto others' minds.
This is part 4 of the series "Self Esteem - A Call To Confidence..." If you haven't read the preceeding articles, now is your que. We've spoken of self-image, visualizations, and created the base of a new set of habits. By now you are aware of the three factors in the formula: beliefs, habits, and environment. Remember that because we are changing the beliefs you hold of yourself, we can't rely on that factor, but have to play with the other two. We've already juiced the habits. Now, we must look at environment.
If you have not "Self Esteem - A Call To Confidence (Part 1)..." and part 2, it'd be a great idea to check that out. In the preceeding articles we covered self image and visualizations. In this article we'll put it into a system. We mentioned how our habits, beliefs, and immediate environment work together, and how if you change any one of the three factors, the formula still stays the same, meaning the other two factors will adjust accordingly. Because we're working to change the self-image, the beliefs we hold of ourselves, we can't depend on the "beliefs" factor. So we work with the habits and environment.
If you haven't read "Self Esteem - A Call To Confidence (Part 1)..." this is your signal. You have your description on paper now. Creating it into a mental image is done by reflecting on the description and visualizing yourself doing all of that. Visualizing is watching a movie play through your head, where you are doing everything that you described. However, visualizing is only effective if you mix emotion in it. The visualization takes place in your conscious mind, precisely the faculty of the imagination. The emotions are part of your subconscious mind, and this is where we are trying to transfer the image to.
You got it. Let me tell you how. And you're hearing it right from the horse's mouth. I was at the bottom of this can. Now I'm close to what I determine the top to be. In my eyes, that would be absolute confidence, success, and humility. We all know what "lack of confidence" is, so I'm not going to give you my story. I'll just give you the key and show you where to use it.
Looking at the science of what depression, or any emotional/physical case really is. By changing a few things in our mindsets, we loosen the hold of anything. We're not made to be controlled by conditions, and we're given the ability to undo or create anything.
Expert Author: Julia Fabris McBride
Fulfillment and joy are the result of risk and experimentation. If you want to live a good life you must continually allow yourself to be thrown off balance -- by the complexity of your work, by your commitment to love your children well, by romantic love, or by your willingness to try to resolve a community conflict that may just prove intractable.
Expert Author: Ginger Burr
What do you see when you look in the mirror? Do you admire your sparkly eyes, toned arms, or small waist? Or, do you zoom in with great precision on your curvy hips (although you probably call them big or worse!), legs that you wish were longer, or hair that you wish was thicker? If the latter sounds more familiar, you are in good company - it's a common issue among women. But, let's not get too comfortable there!
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