WHAT TO DO WHEN SURPRISING EVENTS KNOCK YOU OFF THE PATH
We all have experiences that suddenly surprise us and create life shocks. These can be illness,
destructive storms, being passed over for promotion, or being rejected socially. The same part
of the brain that registers physical pain is stimulated when any of these emotional stresses
occur. So how do you cope and get back on your life path with motivation and creative energy?
All of these negative surprises can trigger our worst Stephen King Horror Movies of the Mind.
What are yours? Then we must go about calming the mind and changing the mental state. As
we teach in our seminars and writings, the problem isn’t really what you think the problem is.
It is the mental state you must shift. To shut off the negative chatter, a meditation based in
Yogic Philosophy and researched in neuroscience suggests you do the following.
1. Close your eyes
2. Focus attention on your forehead; then the temporal area, then sides of the head.
3. Next focus on the back of the head, and imagine moving attention up the brain stem to
the middle brain.
4. Say the word, Ah as you exhale for 3 minutes.
5. Notice how you begin to feel calmer.
The practice of calming the mind serves to be your Stress Thought Inhibitor. You may want to
do this exercise several times a day.
Carol and Bill will be teaching the 2-Day Hypnosis Course in Dallas, April 20-21 for Pesi
Please join us for the latest cutting edge information on using the tools of hypnosis to facilitate
positive change. Sign up soon as we already have more than 30 participants. Pesi.com
IN THE WORKS
We are working on a new workshop called The Inner Game of Entrepreneurship that is based
in practical neuroscience where we demonstrate how to make better decision, be more
productive, have better relationships, and make more money. The Worry-Free Mind System you
will learn is a simple strategic process to tune attention to resourceful states. This powerful
approach allows you to overcome worry, doubt, and procrastination as well as activates your
money neurology center.
Have a wonderful April.
Love Carol and Bill