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Use of Self-hypnosis Mind Power for Goals Achieving

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Self hypnosis is a great mind power tool for stress elimination, setting and achieving goals, LOA – law of attraction, positive thinking, success visualization, life purpose finding, attitude of gratitude and more self improvement tasks. Most people are surprised at how easy it is to learn self-hypnosis. And self-hypnosis, in turn, makes a lot of things in personal growth and spiritual practices much easier.

Self hypnosis is usually thought of as a person listening to an audio tape, mp3, or other mass-produced media, intended to induce a willingness to absorb suggestions centered around a specific topic such as weight loss, stop smoking, etc.

Unfortunately, this kind of hypnosis is generally prepared by someone who has never met the person being hypnotized, often presenting unwanted, even unpleasant imagery and suggestions.

For example, if you sunburn easily, that last thing you want to hear about is a slow walk on a sunny beach. In this case, the “self” in self hypnosis simply means that you listen to it by yourself.
How do you incorporate self improvement to hypnosis?

To be able to go about self improvement, there are certain aspects in you that should be addressed. Using hypnosis, the negative aspects that are serving as hindrances to improvement are eliminated.

A true self hypnosis would necessarily be designed and created by the very person who will ultimately use and benefit from it.

Unlike the mass-produced hypnosis, this hypnosis is made for the exact purpose the person wishes, including the precise words and phrases that mean the most to that particular person.

The true self hypnosis is thus crafted by the person to suit his or her own needs. The benefits derived could only be accomplished with such a personal, one-of-a-kind hypnosis. In this case, the “self” in self hypnosis really does mean that you are hypnotized by yourself!

Below is a short view of the self hypnotic process. Though lots of variations of this method have been used, these are the basic steps you have to go through in order to hypnotize yourself to accomplish self improvement.

1. Position your goals from the most important goal to the less important. If possible, your goals should be measurable.

2. For each goal, you should formulate fitting suggestions which means you have to convert your goals into specific instructions to your subconscious mind on how to achieve each goal.

3. Relaxation. Use the first minutes of your self hypnotic session to get as relaxed as possible. Try to forget all your worries and problems.

4. Start your hypnotic initiation phase by saying and repeating out loud the hypnotic words you have chosen, thinking of these words or listening to a hypnotic tape or CD customized for your hypnotic and goal fulfillment needs.

5. Apply the hypnotic suggestions you have made for reaching the specific goal you work with, say them out loud, think them or use a tailored hypnotic tape or CD.

Before you start up your self hypnotic exercises you should make a time schedule for it. Do your hypnotic sessions every day, five minutes a day is enough. Repeat your suggestions as often as possible during the day.

Measure your progress. Are you closer to your goal now than you were before you started? Ask yourself. If you answer negative to these questions, you have to rethink and reorganize your train of thoughts.

This is the only way you can find out if this method is really helping you in achieving your self improvement goals.

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Managing Your Schedule to Reduce Stress

Managing Your Schedule to Reduce Stress

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It’s tough to manage a busy schedule in today’s hectic world, but it is essential if you want to reduce stress from your life. You need the skills to plan your day efficiently to accomplish all your goals each day. Making a list of tasks and determining which are top priority is an important factor in time management.

Determining goals and priorities
Time management is difficult for a lot of people. Only you can control how you spend your time and whether or not you will achieve your goals. You need to know what you want out of life in order to achieve it.

You have to be able to manage priorities. You determine what is the most important goals to achieve. It helps to keep a journal to determine what you do with your time and how long certain tasks take. Keep a record of your schedule, including all activities such as, work, study, exercise, sleep and relaxing. Having this record will allow you to evaluate the way you spend your time and make better use of your time.

Matching time with priorities
Once you’ve made your list of the time you spend on tasks in your journal, make sure the time you spend on tasks matches your priorities. You also need to make sure that you are spending enough time on a task to ensure quality. An example of ensuring that the time you spend on tasks would be time spend on studying. Are you waiting until the end of the day when you are tired to study? Are you just fitting it in wherever you can. Make sure to schedule high priority tasks at optimum times to do them and spend the time on them required to achieve the best results.

Manage your time more efficiently

  • If you have a huge task, it is often easier to break it down into smaller tasks and tackle each one until they are done. This will reduce the stress of tackling a huge task.
  • If you are doing tasks that are routine, but aren’t really necessary, eliminate them if at all possible.
  • Determine if a task can be done more efficiently, thereby saving time.
  • Know the times that you are more productive and alert. Some people are morning people and some are night people. Take advantage of the time you are at your most productive and efficient.
  • Are you the kind of person who feels compelled to say yes every time someone asks for a favor? If so, learn to say no when you don’t really have the time or it will keep you from achieving your goals.

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