Positive Thinking - Adjust Your Inner Climate
- United States
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Guided Imagery Program: 18'05"
Change your thoughts and change your life! Whether or not you believe that what you hold in mind determines your future, there's no question that your thinking does effect how you feel in the present. Use this program to make a shift and Adjust Your Inner Climate.
Cleaning up our inner environment is a great idea, but changing our thinking is not easy. The intellect is like a computer, and tends to respond to the way it’s been programmed, and negative thinking is a pattern that most of us find difficult to break.
Difficult, but not impossible! This program, designed for those serious about making positive changes, helps us go deep within and establish new programming. The guided imagery in Positive Thinking introduces two techniques:
Inner Alarm Clock: Recognize the moment we're in negative thinking.
Remote Control: Switch to positive thinking easily and quickly.
The techniques are simple to learn and use, and draw upon positive imagery from your own life that's already meaningful to you.
If you've wanted to make changes and think more positively, but find yourself stuck in a rut of negativity, this program can help you.
Excerpt from the journey: "…observe yourself in the world below, in a typical situation in your daily routine, as you’re engaged in a neutral or positive line of thought. Imagine the colors in your energetic field, and you’ll see that they’re clear, beautiful, and bright. Imagine the vibrational sound within your field, and you’ll notice it’s gentle, resonant, and harmonic. And observe the feeling that seems to permeate your being, and notice that it’s warm and uplifting.
Now observe yourself as you’re engaged in a negative line of thought. Imagine the colors in your energetic field, and you’ll see that they’re dark, muddy, and unappealing. Imagine the vibrational sound within your field, and you’ll notice it’s harsh, dissonant, and unpleasant. And observe the feeling that seems to permeate you, and you’ll notice it’s abra