There’s nothing that doesn’t involve the mind. It’s literally everywhere.
Consciousness exists even in a vacuum.
The power of the mind is beginning to be widely recognized and accepted, yet the technology and theory is still slowly penetrating mainstream consciousness.
The mind can be used for healing, for personal growth and the achievement of goals. Jose Silva (founder of the Silva Method) believed that 90 percent of illness comes from the human mind and can therefore be reversed by the mind, too. What are the benefits of training the mind?
The mind is pivotal in how we see and experience the world.
By training people to increase self-awareness and live with intention, they can:
- >> think more effectively
- >> activate their own self-healing capacity
- >> work purposefully
- >> achieve action and growth that conquers fear
- >> achieve the miraculous
How can we use the mind to heal?
The four pillars of mind-body healing are:
- Mental focus/ mindfulness
You are guided to focus your attention on one thing (e.g. breathing).
Visualization (guided imagery) techniques work because the mind thinks in pictures.
- Intent and sustained positive emotion.
Goal setting is combined with the use of positive emotions during the healing process.
How can a person use their mind to achieve their goals?
Any goal (from health to career to relationship) can be achieved when you condition your mind for success via:
- expectation of success
How can we use our mind to make the world a better place?
I believe our world is as we dream it. This means what we envision in our minds is the key. Our collective dream is what has created our current world.
In dreaming better dreams, we will make the world better.
I look forward to dreaming with you and creating dreams that we can proud of.
Editor: Lynn Hasselberger
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