90% of the thoughts we think today are the same ones that we thought yesterday; yet we wonder why we don’t see changes in our lives.

We are so busy maintaining a record of the past we have no time to build a map to our future.

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Many of the thoughts that we are having are based on events and the interpretations that we gave them when we were children. Children lack the time on earth to gain the experience that they need to make an informed decision about much of anything, let alone interpret a complex situation in a way that benefits them. They see a divorce as their fault. They are told by a sexual predator that this is normal or worse it's their fault and they believe them. A teacher says they are stupid, and they believe it because it came from an adult with authority. I could keep going but I think you get the point.

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One of The Rules of the Mind, developed by Marissa Peer, states that the mind learns by repetition. The more we tell ourselves that we are worthless because of a misinterpretation made by a child, the more ingrained that thought loop becomes in our mind.

A habit of thought will influence the behaviors that we exhibit in our lives with or without our conscious thought.

If we want to see change in ourselves and in our lives, we have to break the thought loop that is influencing how we see ourselves and how we see the world and our place in it.

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There are ways that we can change the thought habits that are running our lives.

First, you can monitor your thoughts and not allow negative ones to come to completion. You stop them as soon as you become aware of them, tell them to erase themselves, and immediately feed in a new positive thought.

Here’s the problem with that. You have 6.5 thoughts per minute according to the latest research. You would have to catch every one of them that were negative every time they fired for 21 consecutive days. (There’s that repetition rule at play.) You would do nothing all day except monitor and change your thoughts. Who has time for that?


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You could use Rapid Transformational Therapy to uncover the root cause, reinterpret it, and use a hypnotic recording, made just for you, to embed a new, positive belief system. This system brings fast, permanent change by using an array of techniques that allows you to work directly with the subconscious mind.

The session takes two hours for discovery of the root cause and its reinterpretation. It then takes 21 days of you listening to your hypnotic audio to embed the new thought habits and beliefs that will power you through to living your life in your full potential.

Break your thought loops and change your life.