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Psychological Changes

Changing behaviors and bad habits is next to impossible for most people, partly because few people are actually taught the appropriate psychological techniques, and partly because the adult mind is not malleable. In other words, adults are very resistant to change, whether consciously or subconsciously. By puberty the brain starts to solidify its subconscious behavior-controlling mechanisms and by adulthood many behaviors are so deeply rooted that not even the strongest force of will or necessity can change them. Addictions, bad habits, emotional reactions, annoyances and anxieties are just a few of the destructive psychological patterns people suffer from today.

Patterns and Affirmations

Over the past century, researchers have discovered more about how behaviors and emotions are formed in the brain.

One way is through pattern recognition. The brain is the world's most powerful pattern recognition machine. It bases nearly all its internal programming on association. For example, have you ever eaten something that caused you to feel nauseous? The food itself might not have even been the actual cause of sickness, but later when smelling or eating the same food, the nausea returns doesn't it? That is an obvious example of the brain associating 2 concepts together (specific food and sickness) to form a completely new behavior.

Though you may not realize it, most of your emotional reactions, behaviors and anxieties are based on the brain's many patterns of association. You can use this to your advantage by presenting to your brain the patterns you WANT to be associated. For example, if you want to be more confident in a certain situation you could associate it with a confident memory or a stimulus that makes you feel intensely confident. If done properly, the end result will be a confident reaction to the old situation! This can be done using the powerful techniques explained in the Neuro-Programmer 3 documentation.

Another way the brain builds behaviors and reactions is through language. Early on in life, language becomes intimately integrated with mental concepts, thought patterns and memories. For example, if I say the word "apple", you may instantly see red apple in your mind's eye. You know how apples taste, smell and how they feel in hand. So, simply saying a single word can stimulate your mind and reinforce an idea. Additionally, language has become an integral part of the thought process. Most people think in their native language. The amazing part is that when people think silently, their thought patterns are still in sentence form! It is because of this that language, in the form of recorded suggestions, hypnosis or affirmations, can be successfully used to associate ideas, concepts and beliefs to create healthy new behaviors. However, it only works if you word your sentences properly. The patterns of reinforcement and conditioning still apply. For example, if you hear or say up the word "smoking" 100 times during a session, the brain will be see it as reinforcement, no matter what is before or after the word. Also important is the state that you are in when hearing these suggestions or hypnosis scripts. A relaxed, receptive state of mind is essential for these techniques to work. The great thing about This Program is that it will help you reach this state so that these psychological techniques can have a real positive impact.

This Program includes a guides, hundreds of examples and, most importantly, a way to make your mind more receptive to all of these psychological techniques: