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Is Attitude Really Important?

Is attitude really important?

“There is little difference in people, but that little difference makes a big difference. The little difference is attitude. The big difference is whether it is positive or negative.”
-W. Clement Stone

The subconscious mind is always operating… always. It always responds and agrees to every thought you have. In the early 20’s, a pharmacist introduced a method of using frequent repetition of the formula “Every day in every way, I am becoming better and better.” His name is historic in all varieties of therapy. Emile Coue’s method of autosuggestion was a simple yet very powerful tool that proved to be highly successful. To this day it is utilized to create, change and enhance attitudes, health issues, behaviors, creativity and anything you could possibly think of.

Dr. Howard Blitzer, founder of the Hollywood Church of Religious Science, teacher and author of several books was asked “how do you keep on keeping on?” His answer was that every day upon waking, he expected the best, true and beautiful to happen. He continued to dwell on that the whole day and every day creating a habit of attraction. Regardless of what the appearances were.

We all require practice to re-train the mind which is strong and tenacious in holding onto the “old ways” that are no longer working for us. Try the phrase above just as you open your eyes before becoming fully awake. Count it off on 10 fingers as you are lying in bed repeating the phrase.

Then, just as you are laying your head on your pillow, waiting for sleep to come, say the phrase 10 times… Give it a try… just do it!

“What we persist in recognizing, we persist in holding in place.”

If you would like to learn more about this technique and others, please contact me. Be sure to mention this blog post for $50.00 off a single session or $100 off a series of 3 sessions. Offer good through October 31, 2013.

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