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Archive for February, 2009

Our two minds

Saturday, February 28th, 2009

We have two minds. The thinking or conscious mind and the subconscious mind. The subconscious is by far the more powerful of the two. The thinking or conscious mind does math, verbal and linear skills. The subconscious mind is where we find the autonomic nervous system which handles functions like breathing, blood pressure, eye blinking, digestion, heart rhythm,  healing of the body and sleeping.

The subconscious mind is 85% more powerful than the thinking mind. It’s how we experience ourselves and the world. The subconscious is where we find our personality, our emotions, our habits, our moods, our memory, our intuition and what makes up our cognitive maps – hence, our behavior. We cannot change our behavior in our thinking or conscious mind, only in our subconscious. The subconscious mind is where we dream. It’s where our imagination and our creativity reside. IT’S WHERE PROBLEMS ARE SOLVED.

We are wherever we are today in life is because of yesterday’s  behavior. Our tomorrows can’t be any different from our today’s unless we change our behavior. This can only be done in the subconscious mind. Hypnotism is the bridge to the subconscious. Hypnotism reaches the subconscious mind through the frontal cortex. If one has ever day dreamed, they’ve been in hypnosis! That’s what hypnosis is – controlled daydreaming. When you’ve been so involved in a book or project that everything around you disappeared and you were totally “into the book or project?” That too is hypnosis.

When one is in hypnosis one does not surrender control of their mind to someone else, one is transferring control from their conscious mind to their subconscious mind. One has more clarity, more focus and is able to function on a higher level, the level of intuition!

Copyright 2009 Bob Crow. All rights reserved.

Positive Thinking, Wishful Thinking V.S. Meaningful Behavioral Change

Saturday, February 21st, 2009

New cults and pyramid sales schemes promoting riches beyond compare are springing up like mushrooms after a summer rain.  Seminars advertise among other things that they have found “the secret” and they will share it with you for some of your money. Others want you to buy their CD sets or other materials promising and “guaranteeing” wealth, success and happiness by using these items and just thinking positive with little if any effort.

Telling others that they can make money by thinking positive is a huge and profitable business. Don’t get me wrong, I am not against positive thinking or positive thinking books or positive affirmations. People ask me what I think about reading this or that positive thinking book or pasting up positive affirmations all over their house – I always say “it won’t hurt.” And it won’t! But you are where you are today because of yesterday’s behavior. To change your tomorrows, you must make behavioral change. But the books, CDs and affirmations are attempting to make behavioral change in the conscious or thinking mind and one cannot make significant behavioral change in the conscious or thinking mind… ONLY IN THE SUBCONSCIOUS MIND. In life you will get no more and no less from what you visualize in the SUBCONSCIOUS mind. Hypnosis is the bridge to the subconscious mind.

Copyright 2099 by Bob Crow, all rights reserved. No part of this media may be reproduced, transmitted or distributed in any form by any means without the written permission of Bob Crow.

The Price of Success V.S. The Price of Failure

Thursday, February 12th, 2009

Hollywood and television producers, many of the educational and political elitists and others that already have money, lament the price of success. Success is often portrayed in the media and the entertainment industry as evil and causing a person to be morally bankrupt. Of course there is a price of success, but there is also a price to be paid for failure. The price of failure is far more costly. You see, you will pay the price of failure every day, day in and day out for the rest of your life. You pay the price of failure on the installment plan – literally and figuratively.  You pay it on the installment plan for the rest of your life. This writer doesn’t know what it takes for you to feel comfortable, but you and your family having less will not cause others to have more. This much is sure, life will extract a price from you. You were designed for excellence but programed for mediocrity. A winner is most often a happy person.  You can be as successful as your dreams and effort will take you.The choice is yours!