When we do self-hypnosis we have a clear goal in mind.
A SMART goal.
For those who do not know what the acronym means, SMART stands for
S = Specific
M = Measurable
A = "As is" (as if it is already happening) or Affect (feeling emotional about the goal)
R = Realistic
T = Timeframe
I teach this approach during the upcoming workshop on self-hypnosis because it is important that the goal is formulated in such a way that our subconscious has no resistance to it.
But what if there is an objection?
- Goal: "As of December 31, 2017, I have landed a contract worth $X feeling confident and accomplished".
- Voice in your head: "No, you don't. You are lying."
- "You are lazy and will procrastinate anyway"
What to do? Get mad at this voice? Or pretend you don't hear it?
Nether one. You acknowledge it and begin a dialog with it. This eventually leads to a true integration of the objecting part into the whole of your personality, which means that instead of the objection, you feel a real motivation to reach your goal.
How to do it practically? Learn and master Self-Hypnosis.
You can read about it here.
See you soon.
Warm and deep trances,
Alexander Fidelman, CCHt