Transforming Negative Beliefs to PositiveWritten by Alan Tutt
Transforming Negative Beliefs to Positive by Alan Tutt http://www.KeysToPower.com
Have you ever tried to transform your life by changing your beliefs, only to find that you are overwhelmed by a flood of negative beliefs? Does it seem as though negative beliefs are in total control over your life? Do you feel that you must be a completely negative person, without a single positive beliefs in your soul?
If you are looking to become a more positive person, but not sure where to start, here is something that may help. The first part of journey is most tedious. A lot of people seem to feel as you do, thinking that most of their beliefs are on negative side rather than positive. However, I've never met a person who only had negative beliefs, without a single positive one. I know for a fact that you are not exception to this rule, since you obviously believe that you can change and improve - which is itself a positive belief.
And that may be your starting point. As long as you can recognize that you do have positive beliefs, it won't be so hard to assume that you can have more. And once you start thinking of yourself as being a person with positive beliefs, then your progress will speed up tremendously!
A complete changeover from 90% negative to 90% positive may take a little time to implement, but not as much time as you may at first assume. I guess first question to ask is how much time is investment worth to you? Time will progress whether we change ourselves or not, and at end of a 10 year time span, we can either be who we are right now, or we can be a completely different person. I'm not saying that process will take that much time, but what if it did? Would you choose to keep your negative beliefs just because change didn't happen instantly?
I guess I'm trying to say that process will take some time, no matter what process you work with. In Keys To Power system, it is hypnosis that really makes changes happen quickly, but processes that come before are what really make hypnosis effective. In lesson on affirmations, you are trying out statements to see what effect will be. If effects seem to be good, then you will take those affirmations into hypnotic process to speed up effects. If effects of your affirmations indicate a possible problem, then you have a good chance to make corrections before any real damage is done.
Hypnosis and Spiritual DevelopmentWritten by Alan Tutt
Hypnosis and Spiritual Development by Alan Tutt http://www.KeysToPower.com
Hypnosis has a strong reputation for being an excellent tools for changing habits. It is also a popular stage show activity that results in some facinating displays of mental manipulation. Many psychologists will also use hypnosis as a means for treating mental dysfunction. And success coaches will use hypnosis for aiding in personal development. But hypnosis can be used for even greater purposes than these, including spiritual development.
The process of hypnosis is relatively easy, which is surprising to most, considering power that is associated with this phenomenon. In short, process is one of distracting conscious mind long enough to implant alternate suggestions to inner mind. Many people think that hypnosis is a process of putting conscious mind asleep, but this is a common misconception of hypnosis. Hypnosis is not sleep, but rather a form of tightly focused concentration.
Many spiritual traditions use meditation as a vehicle for development. Meditation too, is a process of focusing mind, but usually at a lower level of intensity. This lower level of intensity makes meditation easier for individual to attain and control. Once mind is focused to degree common in hypnosis, ability to direct course of activity is usually lost. This is one of major difficulties in trying to use hypnosis by yourself. To reach a deep level, you have to have an outside source of direction.
But there are relatively simple methods of overcoming this difficulty.
Having another person direct you through process is a common method. This is way many of us view hypnosis - as a process of one person leading another through a series of steps. If this person is trustworthy, and has a solid grounding in psychology and spiritual beliefs you hold, then this is best option, as any variation that comes up during process of hypnosis can be dealt with effectively.
If your purpose of using hypnosis were to stop smoking, lose weight, control procrastination, or a host of many other common goals, then you would be able to use one of many pre-recorded hypnotic tapes that are being sold on market. Unfortunately, there aren't many hypnotic recordings for spiritual development, and ones that do exist are somewhat expensive (the ecomonics of supply and demand in action).