Do you like music?

Silly question.  Almost everyone does.

Music can make us feel good, remind us of when we fell in love, or when our team won the big game.

Have you ever stopped to wonder why this is?

In most cases, a song reminds us of an event because it was playing when that event happened.

If there was music playing the first time you made out, that song will bring up those wonderful feelings whenever you hear it, even years later.

And all because your mind has made a connection between the music and the feelings you had at the time.

One triggers the other.

This is just one example of the way our minds make connections between things.

This same pattern is the reason why some folks are afraid of dogs, or small spaces, or even standing up for themselves.

There was a bad experience somewhere in the past which is triggered whenever certain conditions exist in the present.

But there's a way to break the pattern.

And not only break the pattern, but reprogram it so the things that used to make you afraid actually give you confidence and power.

Here's how you do it.

First, you need to relax as much as you can.

Giving yourself a small indulgence can help.  It can be anything you enjoy.

It can even be singing, if you enjoy doing it.

Focus your mind on something that feels good, and pretend that you can make the experience much more intense, and much more enjoyable than ever.

When you have intensified the feeling as much as you can, BRIEFLY think of the thing that used to make you afraid.

Don't spend much time dwelling on it.

Just let it pass quickly through your mind.

Then refocus yourself on the pleasurable indulgence again.

Repeat this a few times, and as you do, you will find that the thing that used to make you afraid isn't quite so scary anymore.

If you continue to switch your focus between a pleasurable experience and the thing that used to make you afraid, eventually, you'll get to a point where the old fear trigger has now become a pleasure trigger.

How cool is that?

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Most experts say we only use about 10% of our mental capacity.

Have you ever wondered what you could accomplish if you were able to use 100% of your mind?

You certainly wouldn't have any trouble remembering names and faces, and you could probably be a winner at everything you do.

And if some experts are right, when you access the full capacity of your mind, you could perform what many folks call miracles.

Things like money, love, joy, vibrant health, and personal fulfillment would come naturally to you, as easy as breathing.

The trick is to get your subconscious mind to respond when your conscious mind decides to act.

For most of us, we may decide to do something, but our subconscious mind has other ideas.

That's why it's so hard change a habit and keep those New Year's Resolutions.

It's also why some folks buy multi-thousand dollar business courses and let them collect dust, because for whatever reason, they "just don't feel like" getting started.

If you're ready to change all this, I suggest you take a look at what Alan Tutt has to say on the matter.

He's put up a webpage that describes the problem and outlines a simple 3-step process to get your subconscious mind to work WITH you instead of working AGAINST you.

You'll find it here:

Not only does Alan outline a simple 3-step process to access the full potential of your mind, he also shows you HOW to accomplish each of the 3 steps.

This is truly valuable information!

Go read it now.  You'll thank me for it.

Wishing you the best of all good things.



One of the reasons why many folks have trouble changing habits and reaching goals is because they use ineffective techniques for communicating what is desired to their subconscious mind.

Buckling down and trying to force yourself to develop new habits is the hardest, evidenced by the fact that the vast majority who try this fail within a couple of weeks.

In a way, it's like trying to ride a donkey who doesn't want to go down a pathway.

You almost have to get off and drag the donkey as it digs in and stubbornly refuses to budge.

If you're going to succeed, you have to get the donkey to WANT to go where you want to go, and this requires a different approach.

You could also think of it like trying to give medication to a beloved pet.

It may be good for them, but they often won't touch it unless you hide it in a treat.

Your subconscious is the same way.

You may have the best of intentions, as you try to get yourself to do something that will produce wonderful results and a much happier life, but your subconscious won't go for it unless you package the message in something it wants.

And this is why so many personal development techniques fail, because most of them are dry, dull, and boring, and therefore do not offer your subconscious what it really wants.

Remember, the subconscious is the source of your emotions.  

It literally NEEDS to be emotionally stimulated, preferably with positive emotions like joy, love, and pleasure.

To be effective, personal development must include some aspect of fun and enjoyment.

And the best personal development would be something that includes a type of indulgence, because this is what your subconscious REALLY wants.

Think about it.

In most cases, the "bad" habits you may want to change are things that are (or at least WERE) enjoyable in one way or another.

What if you derived the same level of enjoyment from good habits, like eating right, exercising, and investing in your future?

Or what if standing up for yourself gave you a particular thrill you crave?

You probably wouldn't have much trouble living an abundant life, would you?

Now, you've probably heard that scientific studies have shown that the subconscious cannot tell the difference between a real event and something that is VIVIDLY imagined.

Well, obviously it CAN tell the difference, but your subconscious does respond in nearly the same way.

What this means is that an imaginary indulgence is almost as effective as a real one as far as the subconscious is concerned.

You could sit and daydream about something you enjoy, and your subconscious will respond by opening up and becoming more agreeable to your conscious instructions.

And this forms the foundation for the most effective personal development possible.

In short, the best and most effective personal development uses a hypnotic format to communicate directly with the subconscious, and will also include an element of indulgence to further open the subconscious to the suggestions given.

Read all about this new form of personal development here:

Wishing you the best of all good things.



We've all done it.

Get started on one thing, and half-way through, get distracted by something else.

Maybe we weren't seeing results as quickly as we had hoped.

Maybe we got bored with what we were doing, and needed a change of pace.

Maybe we learned something new, and saw that if we changed course, we could get better results down the road.

But really, did it actually happen that way?

You and I both know that the main obstacle to our success is ourselves.

For one reason or another, we just can't get ourselves to follow through on the actions we KNOW will lead to success.

The reason for this is because our subconscious mind is busy keeping us stuck in a pattern we set up a long time ago.

We need to install a new program, but how?

Digging in our heels, buckling down, and biting the bullet never works.

And I can tell you from personal experience, it's possible to repeat affirmations thousands of times without any appreciable results.

And subliminal programs?  Well, I haven't seen much success with those either, have you?

I recently found something that looks promising, though.

It's a set of hypnotic programs, different from any other you've ever seen before.

They're based on 2 key ideas.

First, the more you relax and enjoy yourself, the more open your subconscious is to being reprogrammed.

Most hypnotic programs I've heard are fairly basic and boring, and while this might work for some, it doesn't work for everyone.

The experience of relaxing into an indulgent daydream works a whole lot better for me, and it can work for you too.

The other key idea here is the use of symbols.

You see, your subconscious works with symbols, and while words and images are two TYPES of symbols, you can get better results when you use the symbols your deeper mind is most comfortable with.

When you get your deeper mind to reveal the symbols IT associates with the things you want, like money, love, success, fame, fortune, health, vitality, adventure, or whatever, it's easy to get your subconscious working FOR you instead of AGAINST you.

Here, take a look at this amazing program for yourself:

Wishing you the best of all good things.



Think of something you enjoy.

Now, think of something you enjoy SO MUCH, you'd be willing to do anything for it.

No limits here.  Go ahead and indulge yourself.

What does it feel like?

What would it feel like if the experience were 10 times more powerful?  100 times?

Now, what if you had a symbol within your mind, and any time you thought of that symbol, you would immediately feel that incredibly intense pleasure?

And what if you had other symbols, symbols that would give you confidence, courage, and peace.

Any time, under any circumstances.  At will.

This is the foundation a new product developed by manifesting master, Alan Tutt.

A product designed to help you master the skills necessary to manifest ANYTHING you could imagine, plus the creativity to imagine the impossible.


Alan Tutt of PowerKeys Publishing has recently released a new product he calls Symbolic Solutions 2.0.

It's a set of 6 hypnosis sessions, each one designed to help you master a skill necessary for powerful manifestations and total life mastery.

Get all the details here:

Wishing you the best of all good things.


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