I Must Be Out of My Mind to Have the Mind of Christ: June Martin
Rewire Your Brain Completely. Think How You Want To Think. Stop falling into disempowering patterns of thinking. Arm yourself today with this step-by-step guide for NLP and mind control! Have you ever had a memory that, when brought up again, brings out the worst emotions in you? Perhaps it´s an overwhelming sense of fear that you feel, despair, grief, or embarrassment. It takes control of your current self, and although the experience happened yesterday, a year ago, or even a decade ago, the vividness of that memory has a huge impact on how you perceive the world today. What if you could rewrite that memory and associate new feelings with it? Would you choose to be happy with, satisfied with, or even entertained by that memory instead? This is one of the ideas that brought me into the field of neurolinguistic programming. With NLP you really can reprogram your mind, replacing disempowering thoughts with empowering ones that allow your life to move on and allow you to become a stronger and more successful person. In this book I break down my studies of NLP into the 21 most important techniques that any beginner can use to get started. With each of these nuggets of knowledge, I can get you on the right track to making a few tweaks in your mental programming that will boost your level of success and skyrocket your confidence. I also hope you will be inspired to study each of these techniques further, to really take advantage of the power of NLP. So what are you waiting for? A new life is waiting for you just around the corner! Here is a sneak peek of what I´ll teach you: The basics of NLP Anchoring - your ´´bookmark´´ for a particular emotion The basics of pattern interruption The Swish pattern for rewiring behavior The loop break technique for subconscious thinking The framing technique for deamplifying bad memories Using pr... 1. Language: English. Narrator: Daniel Hawking. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/061830/bk_acx0_061830_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Marcus Aurelius Antoninus was born on April 26, A.D. 121. His real name was M. Annius Verus, and he was sprung of a noble family which claimed descent from Numa, second King of Rome. This is the first book Marcus the roman emperor wrote concerning himself. Profound as philosophy these Meditations certainly are ¬ but Marcus Aurelius was too sincere not to see the essence of such things as came within his experience. Ancient religions were for the most part concerned with outward things. Do the necessary rites, and you propitiate the gods; and these rites were often trivial, sometimes violated right feeling or even morality. Even when the gods stood on the side of righteousness, they were concerned with the act more than with the intent. But Marcus Aurelius knows that what the heart is full of, the man will do. ´Such as thy thoughts and ordinary cogitations are,´ he says, ´such will thy mind be in time.´ And every page of the book shows us that he knew thought was sure to issue in act. He drills his soul, as it were, in right principles, that when the time comes, it may be guided by them. To wait until the emergency is to be too late. He sees also the true essence of happiness. ´If happiness did consist in pleasure, how came notorious robbers, impure abominable livers, parricides, and tyrants, in so large a measure to have their part of pleasures?´ He who had all the world´s pleasures at command can write thus ´A happy lot and portion is, good inclinations of the soul, good desires, good actions.´ Please Note: This book has been reformatted to be easy to read in true text, not scanned images that can sometimes be difficult to decipher. The Microsoft eBook has a contents page linked to the chapter headings for easy navigation. The Adobe eBook has bookmarks at chapter headings and is printable up to two full copies per year. Both versions are text searchable.