Try this little mind experiment, just for fun. Say to yourself “I can do whatever I want.” Or if you want to, you can sayÂ something specific like “I can sell anything to anybody,” if you are a salesman.Â Or you can tryÂ “IÂ own myÂ own house,”Â orÂ “IÂ will own my own business,” if those are appropriate. After you say them, do you hear any responses from your mind? Are there any insidious voices inside saying “yea, right,” or “get real,” or “ha ha ha!”
If you do hear those voices, or sense that they are there, don’t worry. Most people haveÂ them. How they got there is not really important. What’s important is how to get rid of them. Most of us go through carrying judgments of ourselves that didn’t even come from us. Maybe when you were six, your teacher said something, that she thought might’ve been helpful at the time, but turned out to beÂ a limiting statement like “you can’t do that!” when you trying to do something that you weren’t supposed to. I remember once in kindergarten I was having a ball painting blue paint all over everything. How was I supposed to know you were supposed to keep it on the paper?
Other times an adult will say something out of anger, when they are not really angry at us, but it seems that way at the time. So we carry that judgment with us, almost without knowing.
These judgments and opinions that others have given us over the years build up and mix with our own opinions of ourselves. Even if we have great ideas and plans, it’s hard to achieve them if we have those old tapes playing over and over in our heads.
A great way to help yourself to easily achieve what you want in life is to choose toÂ releaseÂ others’ judgments of you,Â release those oldÂ voices. Choose to listen to yourself, and yourself only. Let the othersÂ go. They aren’t important any more. The more you work on releasing their influence, the easier it will be to achieve greater success in your life.
One of the things that I’ve found that works fantastically well for thisÂ is a productÂ I’ve been using for at leastÂ ten years. It’s only aboutÂ thirty dollars, and it’s amazing to listen to. It uses a kind of hypnosis called a dual voice induction.Â YouÂ can hear a different voiceÂ in each ear. Each one telling a beautifully crafted metaphor, whichÂ are specially designed to guide your brain into more resourceful thinking. The particular one I’m talking about is called the Self Esteem Supercharger. Even though I’ve listened to it hundreds of times, I’m still not completely sure what’s on it, because I zone out completely every time.Â It doesn’t use any subliminals orÂ any other secret technology, so there are noÂ hidden messages. It’s a completely relaxing experience thatÂ canÂ free you to feel more resourceful and less dependent upon the opinions of others. The name ofÂ the company is calledÂ Learning Strategies. I’ve bought and used several different products from them, and I can confidently say that they are one of the best companies out thereÂ ifÂ you are interested in self improvement. And trust me, I’m a self development junkie.
InÂ the future I’ll be posting more reviews of their products, as they are incredibly helpful in making it almost automaticÂ for you achieve whateverÂ you want in life.