You can welcome more and more motivation into your life.
Our unconscious mind is responsible for protecting us from harm, it is responsible for keeping us alive. Therefore, it is ‘hard-wired’ to move us away from ‘pain’ toward ‘pleasure’ as a ‘survival instinct’.
If we find ourselves unmotivated about something, all we need to do is find the ‘pain’ in our present circumstances and the ‘pleasure’ in our goal. Then magnify both to the point where the unconscious must move.
Synonyms of the word motivation include; catalyst, desire, encouragement, impetus, impulse, incentive, inclination, interest, motive, passion, reason, wish, action, actuation, angle, disposition, drive, fire, hunger for, inclination, incitement, inducement, instigation, kick, persuasion, predisposition, provocation, push, spur, and stimulus.
Think about the emotions behind these synonyms for a moment. They are all positive. They all attract the unconscious mind toward something, and away from something else. That is the emotional secret to motivation.
“Associate yourself with men of good quality
if you esteem your own reputation;
for ‘tis better to be alone than in bad company.’
– US President George Washington
Now you can make it practical. Before you begin a project, think about how to make the goal pleasurable, even if you promise yourself a reward at the end of it. And make the place or situation where you are moving away from physically and emotionally painful. Then, and only then start moving.
These positive affirmations have been written to inspire your unconscious mind to focus upon one clear achievable goal, one clear, simple step. These subliminal messages are simply ‘veiled’ from the conscious mind within masking music and environmental sounds to prevent conscious analytical thinking, which may ‘filter out’ messages.
The more these messages are repeated, the more they are uncritically accepted by the unconscious. A simple message, repeated enough, will become a new unconscious belief.
“Movement is progress. Motivation is Momentum”
– Peter Zapfella.
Now you can listen to these subliminals when ready to sleep and let these gentle and encouraging words guide your unconscious mind into the realms of dreams.
If you had a bucket of mud (representing negative emotions and behaviors), but you wanted a bucket of clean fresh water (representing positive emotions and behaviors), you could put the bucket of mud under a tap and run fresh clean water (representing subliminal affirmations) into the bucket. But it would take a long time, and you would still have a bucket of muddy water. That is an analogy of how most subliminal affirmation downloads currently available on the Internet work, or perhaps do not work. Peter Zapfella uses his one-on-one therapies to ‘throw out’ or delete the mud (representing negative emotions and behaviors) and then you can choose to use the ‘Welcome’ Subliminal Affirmations to quickly and efficiently refill the bucket with fresh clean water (representing positive emotions and behaviors). No mud!
Everyone of us is unique. We have all had different life experiences and we react to them differently too. Most emotional and behavioural challenges can respond well to one-on-one psychotherapy tailored to the individual, using Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), hypnotherapy and perhaps cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). That is why Peter Zapfella suggests you start with one-on-one therapy using Skype and then use the ‘Welcome’ subliminal affirmations to ‘lock-in’ the unconscious shifts long-term.
If you listen to this MP3 while sleeping, on ‘repeat’ your unconscious mind will hear this message up to 500 times every night. The more these messages are repeated over and over, the more they are uncritically accepted by the unconscious. A message repeated enough, will become a new unconscious belief.
Subliminal Affirmation Text:
“Every day you are better organised.
You enjoy overcoming challenges with strategic planning.
You set yourself achievable plans, tasks and time schedules.
You set yourself realistic deadlines to complete tasks.
You always complete the unpleasant challenges first, while leaving the fun tasks for last – as a reward for a job well done.
You enjoy successfully completing your goals, because you are more and more motivated.
You are now more clear in the mind, more relaxed in the body, you are more confident and coping better with everything and everybody, because you know you are free of that old sadness and depression from the past.”
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