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The Way

Let’s continue. These statements must follow a pattern. If they find the incorrect orders, we can get the opposite effect to which you seek. And one of the first requirements is that the sentences should be affirmative, positive. Imagine that you say I see a yellow triangle.

Get it, the triangle and the color displayed. As detailed as possible, clear and focused. It see? Correct. Now, do the same with the phrase I don’t see a yellow triangle. Go ahead. You do not break the horns.

Unless you’re a machine, you’ve seen, even for a moment, the yellow triangle. To know that is what you should not do, you first have to know that. And that is the first thing that is recorded. The subconscious does not judge, does not value, has no sense of humor, does not make decisions or evaluates probabilities. Stores information and saves it in the way that receives it. And you don’t understand the not, or rather, has difficulties in understanding. It is more practical and efficient to say they displease me cigarettes, which I do not like cigarettes. Another condition is that it should be in present tense. Back to examples. You want to lose weight, and you say I will lose weight with a healthy diet. Will automatically interpret the I’m going to lose weight, now I am fat. The effort by introducing the diet, is distorted by the improper construction of the sentence. I gave every day am slimmer with the diet. It is important to visualize the assertions as if they were happening now. You want to make believe the subconscious that already happens. Not that you want to happen. You have to imagine that what you want is real and present, which is already happening. If we look at these two requirements, we will see that they are still a common direction.