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From Scarcity to Abundance

We affirm and re-affirm our reality every moment of our waking lives.

The automatic thoughts, feelings, and actions you experience throughout your day are habits that spring forth from your deepest beliefs about yourself, and the world around you.

People who believe in an abundant universe think in terms of abundance.

And so they feel gratitude for everything they have.

Which automatically causes them to act in ways that will that bring them more health, wealth, and good things in life…

Thereby creating a positive feedback loop that strengthens their belief in abundance.

On the other hand…

People who believe in a universe of scarcity will automatically think, feel, and act in ways that affirm that belief, instead.

And their habits will manifest a reality of scarcity… thereby strengthening their belief in scarcity.

So how can someone switch from a scarcity mindset to an abundance mindset?

Easy.

Just break the feedback loop.

Your beliefs create your habitual thoughts and feelings…

…which create your automatic behaviors…

…which then re-affirm your beliefs…

…which feed back into your habitual thoughts…

…and so on.

So, interrupt your negative thoughts.

Break the loop.

And then insert the thoughts you’d *rather* have.

When you catch yourself thinking about scarcity… and feeling that you lack something… just stop.

Think of abundance instead.

Remind yourself of all the things you are grateful to have.

Write down a list of those things and carry it around in your pocket if you need to.

And then…

By making this conscious effort to affirm a positive pattern of thinking…

You will automatically feel – and act – in different ways, too.

And your beliefs will begin to change to reflect your new way of thinking.

But…

Sometimes it can be very difficult to notice these old thinking patterns in the heat of the moment.

Especially if they’ve turned into deeply ingrained habits through years of repetition.

In these cases, it definitely helps to tackle the problem directly at the subconscious level, too.

That’s where my Positive Thinking Power subliminal session can help.

By allowing you to deeply relax and enter a state of meditative trance, it becomes much easier for the subliminal script to replace the old ways of thinking with something more positive… directly at the source… your beliefs.

After that, the process of interrupting and replacing your limiting thinking becomes almost automatic and effortless, simply by listening.

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Why so few people succeed where most people fail

Success is all about seeing opportunities.

It’s about what you notice…

…or fail to notice.

I noticed an interesting experiment once where a self-described “unlucky” man was followed for a few days.

The experimenters set up lucky events for this guy, to see if they could change his belief about himself.

But the events in his life didn’t make him lucky or unlucky, because…

He completely ignored all the lucky events.

For example: One day he walked right past some cash that they had placed on the ground in front of his office.

He didn’t even notice it was there.

Another passerby picked it up instead.

So his belief that he was unlucky forced him to conform to that belief.

Even to the point of ignoring lucky events all around himself.

Your beliefs about yourself also shape your reality.

In exactly the same way.

Because they force you to notice things that confirm those beliefs…

…And to completely ignore anything that might change those belief (even if it’s a good change!)

Put two different people, with two different sets of beliefs, in to the exact same situation and…

They’ll experience two entirely different realities.

One person – blessed with an abundance mindset and a belief in infinite possibilities – will see himself surrounded by opportunities.

He’ll immediately get to work, using those opportunities to increase his position and improve his reality even more.

But another person – cursed with a scarcity mindset and a belief in a fundamental lack of possibilities…

He’ll see himself with nothing.

He’ll focus on everything that he doesn’t have and make all sorts of excuses for not taking action to improve his situation.

Given the exact same circumstances, he will experience a totally different reality, and a totally different outcome…

…Even though the external reality is exactly the same for both people.

So what beliefs are shaping your reality?

Is it a belief in abundance that allows you to see the opportunities around you, and take action to make the most of them?

Or are you instead held prisoner by the belief that you have limited opportunities, or that you’re unlucky, or that success just isn’t in the cards for you?

Either way, you’re surrounded by opportunity and abundance. We all are. More so today than any other point in history!

Maybe you just aren’t noticing it.

How many times have you walked right past money on the road…

Literally or metaphorically…

Simply because your negative belief didn’t let you see it?

Our Attract Money Subliminal Session is designed to help you notice, more and more each day, all the opportunities around you.

So that you can seize those opportunities and take action to tap into the wealth that already exists, all around you.

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My Uncensored Opinion of “The Secret”

You might be amazed what you can accomplish when you finally figure out how to use the ‘control panel’ of your own mind.

Actively creating the life you desire… instead of reacting to external circumstances.

I mean…

Have you ever pictured your life and what it would be like if you were able to take control of how you feel?

Moment to moment, pointing your attention – like a flashlight – towards the people and activities that give your more of what you want… while leaving everything else in the dark.

Most people never look at it this way.

Instead of directing their own attention, they allow their attention to be drawn towards things by external influences… usually towards negative things… like their failures and regrets.

And if you’re always shining light on your failures… you’re leaving all the opportunities for future success “in the dark” of your mind.

Your imagination is the most powerful tool you have.

And when you use it properly, it can almost look like magic to anyone watching as you suddenly start succeeding at everything you do…

….almost as if you have some kind of psychic ability to see opportunities nobody else noticed…

…and immediately take action to get what you want…

…Without hesitation… and totally free from self-doubt and needless worry.

And, of course, anyone watching you transform your life so quickly will jealously downplay your success as ‘luck.’

And even if you tell them how you’re doing it, most people won’t believe you…

…because it can’t really be that simple… can it?…

…it will still look like magic to anyone who doesn’t realize, that success is just a matter of using your imagination

…and then…

FOLLOWING THROUGH WITH MASSIVE ACTION!

And that’s why it’s still so easy for so many “gurus” out there to keep selling that “Secret” nonsense.

They just hope you don’t over-think the fact that they make all their money promising to teach other people how to ‘manifest’ money.

Well… I prefer to teach things that actually work.

Because it’s better for long-term business, it’s better for my karma (if you’re into that), and… more importantly… it’s better for putting food on my table, because…

My clients only pay me for results.

If I spend 2 hours with a coaching client and can’t help them make the change I promised them… I don’t get paid!

And… my clients appreciate my no-BS approach because they only want one thing when they hire me…

…REAL techniques they can use to increase their performance on the job, in their business, or in their social lives.

And when it comes to Speedzen Subliminal CDs, I’ve taken everything that works best for my clients and packaged it all into easy-to-use sessions that subconsciously install all the beliefs necessary to get similar results in a fraction of the time. (And at a VERY small fraction of the price of coaching.)

And what’s the most important thing I teach my clients?

Simply this: How to control their imaginations.

Listen…

Visualization is the most powerful tool you have for accelerating your learning… for programming your subconscious ‘goal-seeking’ system to lock on to any outcome you want… and for controlling how you feel about things, so that you are never ‘stuck’ in past regrets, and only ever feel motivated to keep moving forward…

…But it is clearly only the first step in the much larger, and life-long process of becoming more competent – and therefore CONFIDENT in everything that you ever do.

Instead of just visualizing the stuff you want…

…It’s far more effective to visualize yourself DOING the things that will bring you what you want.

Sounds simple, right?

Most life-changing truths are simple.

And that’s why they’re so easily overlooked and ignored by most people.

So maybe you’ll want to read it again.

And remember…

Always be learning. Always be growing. And always expect greater things for yourself and your loved ones as a result of your actions.

Because that is how you manifest limitless abundance…

….by BEING limitlessly abundant in everything that you think, feel, and DO.

Just focus on developing the determination to follow through on the goals you visualize, and the rest will fall into place!

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The Law of Repulsion

The key points of the Law of Attraction can be summed up like this:

  1. Build a clear vision of what you want.
  2. Keep an abundance mindset, so you are open to new opportunities.
  3. Maintain a feeling of gratitude and faith, so you attract all the people and events you need to get where you’re going.
  4. Go about your life, guided by your intuition, until you reach your visualized goal.

This always works when you focus on things you can actually control.

You can control your vision of what you want. Things will happen throughout your day to cloud your vision, but you can always refocus and rebuild it when you notice this happening. You can write it down and carry it with you. You can rewrite it whenever you need to refresh it and breathe some new life into it.

You can control your mindset. Staying focused on the fact that there’s always another opportunity if this one falls through. There are plenty of fish in the sea, so to speak.

You can choose to focus on gratitude. And this is the real key – at the emotional level – for making the Law of Attraction work. You actually operate at an entirely different frequency when you are feeling gratitude instead of neediness. Your whole ‘vibe’ changes when you choose to focus on the things that make you feel gratitude, instead of focusing on perceived lack.

And that’s where most people lose it.

All the way back at step one: building a clear vision of what you want.

Wanting something keeps all the other steps well within your control.

But… instead, many people frame it as a *need*.

“This is what I need to happen.”

“I need more money.”

“I need so-and-so to like me.”

“I need to get X so I can get Y.”

“I need, I need, I need.”

And everything falls apart after that, because…

Need shoves everything outside of their control.

They can’t maintain an abundance mindset if they *need* a particular outcome. They’ve narrowed down their acceptable possibles to *one* time, in *one* place, or with *one* person.

“One” is NOT abundance.

It’s literally just *one* thing: the scarcest of scarcities. And if they lose that one thing they’ve failed.

What does this neediness do to their emotional state? Can they feel gratitude when they’ve backed themselves into a corner of all-or-nothing scarcity?

Maybe. It might be possible.

But…

What’s more likely to happen is this: Instead of going about their day feeling gratitude and seeing abundance and following their intuition, they develop a scarcity-driven tunnel vision towards the *one* thing they think they *need*, and they end up feeling a desperate neediness for that one thing.

Their ‘vibe’ changes from attractive gratitude to…

Repulsive neediness.

If their goal requires other people to participate… other people aren’t going to be attracted by that energy. They’ll feel that neediness coming a mile away and run for the hills.

You can try it yourself, right now, if you want to feel the difference between want and need.

If you say to yourself “I need more money,” and then wait a bit and really allow yourself to feel the emotions that this statement of need brings up in your gut, you might start to get an idea of what I mean.

It’s not a pleasant feeling.

But now, try “want” instead.

Try saying to yourself “I *want* more money.”

It’s a much lighter feeling.

There’s no desperation or scarcity attached to it.

It doesn’t make you feel like you’re lacking money. It’s just an honest acknowledgement that you’d like to have more.

And it’s a bit more motivating because it doesn’t restrict your thinking and feeling.

That’s the energy that will attract what you want.

It allows your imagination to begin looking for more opportunities in a relaxed and creative way, instead of frantically grasping at whatever passes by like a drowning person pulling his rescuer down with him.

Feeling the difference between “wanting” something and “needing” something might even open up your mind to how this can be applied in every area of your life.

Wanting something puts your imagination back in your control.

Needing something puts everything outside of your control. It narrows your possibilities and traps you in a scarcity mindset.

It’s such a subtle difference, but the difference in quality of the feeling… the energy… the ‘vibe’… is the difference between success and failure in everything.

One attracts more to you… but the other drives everything away.

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My Kids Won’t Be Forced To Eat Potato Soup

I cringe whenever someone says “Money can’t buy happiness.”

Not because it isn’t true.

It is true.

Happiness is a choice.

No matter what’s going on in your life, you can choose to be happy or you can choose to be morose.

And…

If you’re in the habit of being unhappy, someone could drop a million bucks in your lap, and you’d *still* find reasons to be unhappy after that initial excitement wears off.

But that’s not why I hate that saying.

The real reason is…

Potato soup.

I’ll explain:

I grew up dirt poor.

In the worst part of town.

In one of the most disgusting trailers in the most run-down trailer park in town.

A family of 5 squeezed into a nasty little 3 bedroom trailer.

We ate potato soup for dinner as often as twice a week.

No, not some fancy potato chowder with milk and meat in it.

I mean soup made out of potatoes, as in…

Potatoes boiled in water, with some salt and pepper.

Just enough carbs to keep us alive, but almost no nutritional value.

And we still managed to be happy most of the time.

My siblings and I found games to play. We created our own little imagination-fueled adventures to keep us occupied.

Lack of money didn’t make us unhappy.

It did, however, cause a lot of stress and health problems that could have been easily avoided with a little more money and some more nourishing food.

But… whenever we complained about not having better food, better clothes, or a better home…

My father would say “Kids, money can’t buy happiness.”

And, with a look of total self-satisfaction, he’d leave it at that.

Then, he’d go right back to watching TV instead of… of… I don’t know… looking for ways he could afford to buy his family healthier food and a safer place to live.

And so, the reason I absolutely despise that saying isn’t because it isn’t true.

The reason I feel myself overflowing with disgust when people say “Money can’t buy happiness” is because, in my experience, it was always used as an excuse for laziness – bordering on criminal neglect – towards one’s own responsibility to provide.

It implies that, since you can be happy without money… there’s no point in worrying about getting money.

And *that* isn’t true.

The assumption that sneaks in behind the saying “Money can’t buy happiness”… that sneaky, insidious little assumption that it’s okay to settle for almost nothing, in a world of such abundance and opportunity…

That’s what disgusts me.

Being healthy can’t make you happy, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t expect to have enough money to buy healthy food.

Living in a nice, clean house in a safe neighborhood can’t make you happy, but that doesn’t mean you should settle for abject poverty.

My childhood poverty is so distant now that writing about it feels like writing about an entirely different reality.

And I plan to keep it that way… very distant and never to return.

Whatever the future may bring, economically, politically or otherwise… my children are never going to be forced to eat boiled potatoes for dinner.

Because they’re not going to inherit their grandfather’s hateful beliefs and feelings towards money.

Whether or not they’re happy… well, that’ll be up to them.

That’s their choice and their life lesson.

But, they’re never once going to hear me tell them that money is bad. Or that wanting money is bad. Or that having an abundance of material wealth is anything less than perfectly healthy and desirable.

It took me decades to deprogram myself from my father’s attitudes towards wealth.

So I’m going to save my children a lot of time by giving them positive attitudes toward wealth right from the start.

The positive attitudes towards wealth and money that I wish I’d been given to start with.

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Getting Others To Do What You Want

Not too long ago, I wrote about how to be more persuasive.

If you missed that one, it boiled down to this…

“When you like yourself and treat yourself with respect, others will like you and respect you.”

More importantly, though, the *right* people will like and respect you.

Not everybody, of course.

Just the people that matter.

Many of my readers felt the truth in that, and immediately put it to use in their own lives.

A few people got mad, though.

These very few people were angry with me because they assumed I must be holding back some jealously guarded mind-control secrets, and insisted that I should share those instead.

Well…

That’s fine with me.

They can get mad and unsubscribe and never buy anything from me.

The way I see it, I won’t benefit from trying to convince them of anything.

And I don’t think they’d get much from me trying to convince them, either.

What do you think? Maybe I’m wrong, but…

I don’t see any clear benefit to being able to convince people of anything. I could get pushy or try to use fear and intimidation, and maybe… just maybe get a few extra people to say they agree with me just to shut me up, or…

I can just say what I think, explain why I think it, and let people decide for themselves.

Is that crazy? I don’t know about you, but I find my life to be a lot more enjoyable when I focus on helping people who want my particular brand of advice, rather than chasing people who don’t.

How about you? Would your life improve a great deal if you could force other people to agree with you?

Or, if you were a puppet master pulling everybody’s strings and making them dance, would that increase your enjoyment of life?

I don’t need an answer. It’s just something to think about. Those are some questions I used to ask myself whenever I got so frustrated with life that I’d find myself slipping into childish power fantasies.

My answer was always “no.”

Not only that, when I followed those ridiculous mental fantasies through to the end, it usually led me to realize that my real frustration came from the fact that I had such a hard time persuading *myself* to do anything… let alone anybody else.

And the path of self-discovery that came from learning how to motivate myself – to really understand my deeper, subconscious motivations and, how to get them aligned with my conscious desires – well, that was far more fulfilling and rewarding than being granted some creepy power to control others.

Of course, when you learn what really drives you… when you learn how to motivate and persuade yourself… you’ll get better at inspiring others.

How much more useful would that be?

And yeah…

The people who got mad at me are right.

I am holding back some secrets.

There are lots of nasty little tricks you can use to get people to do what you want.

Many of which are used in the mainstream media every single day.

But why should I teach them to someone who can’t control themselves?

The world is pretty chaotic right now because there are a few people who know how to control others, and a *whole lot* of people who don’t know how to control themselves.

And so, the way I see it, my purpose is to help people learn to control themselves.

How about you?

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Stop Giving Away Your Super Powers

Visualization gives you access to the control panel of your subconscious abilities.

It allows you to tap into that bottomless sea of creative energy hidden deep within you, so that you can accomplish anything you desire in life.

And your subconscious is always working, quietly behind the scenes, to bring you whatever you ask of it – with your mental images and your emotions.

It’s always waiting for orders on what to do next.

And it will always do whatever you command of it, without question… and…

Without regard to whether or not the command was intentional.

Or whether the command good for you, or bad for you.

It just does what you tell it to do, through your visualization and your feeling, without resistance or argument.

You see…

Learning to use your own creative power is more about learning to *stop* letting other people use it for you.

You’re already attracting whatever you think about, visualize, and feel the strongest and most often, on any given day.

Because those images and feelings are the commands that your subconscious is always following, as it guides all of your habits throughout the day.

And how do other people access the control panel of your subconscious mind?

With stories.

We’re hard-wired to respond to stories.

Stories reach right in there and start pushing all the buttons for us, creating mental movies and all the emotions that go along with them, right on the spot.

This is great when we’re exposed to stories meant to help us achieve more, do more, and *BE* more.

Stories that empower us and give us hope in our own abilities, our own strength, our own personal power to respond to life’s challenges… to learn and to grow and to enjoy the ride…

But…

That’s not really the type of story you’ll see when you actually start to pay attention, is it?

Tune into any mainstream news network at any time of the day and you’re not likely to see a story about how we, as individuals, are responsible for our own destinies.

You won’t see stories about how we’re stronger, smarter, and more capable than we tend to assume.

No.

In fact, you’ll usually see the exact opposite…

Stories about how we’re all helpless victims. Pawns in somebody else’s global game of chess.

Stories about victimhood. Helplessness. Powerlessness. Oppressor versus oppressed.

Most of the stories we’re told are designed to tap into our subconscious mind and shape us into perpetual victims: Nothing more than cogs in a machine.

We all have within us this infinite creative power to reshape ourselves and the world around us.

So why not use it?

Take control of it.

Don’t let other people use it for you.

Guard your mental movies and the stories you tell yourself as if your life depended on it…

And you’ll quickly see your life improve as you prove to yourself that it’s true.

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Weak Wishes Create Weak Results

Imagine you’ve just rubbed a magic lamp and a genie popped out.

He says to you:

“Tell me your wish and I will grant it to you.”

And you reply:

“Well… uhm… I guess I’d like to have a little more money each month.”

The genie looks confused for a second, then shrugs his shoulders and replies, “Okay… wish granted… I guess.”

And then… the following day…

You head in to work and learn that you’ve received a small raise.

Your wish was granted.

Sounds ridiculous, right?

And it doesn’t make for a very intriguing tale of fantasy and adventure.

I’m sure you can blurt out 3 better wishes off the top of your head right now.

Wishes that you could speak out loud with absolute certainty and conviction in your desire.

Wishes that you can feel right to the core of your very being.

Wishes that inspire you to dream of a better life.

Wishes that make you feel excited and fully energized.

And yet…

The story above is true.

But, the person in the story was a customer of mine, and the “genie” was his own subconscious mind.

When people ask me for advice on how to use the “Attract Money” session, I always recommend getting clear on how much you want, and *why* you want it, and then writing down your goal and reminding yourself of that goal as often as possible.

And visualize your goal, as if it is already achieved, while you listen to the session.

Your goal is your wish.

And your subconscious mind will work quietly, behind the scenes, to grant that wish in whatever ways you believe are possible.

And to whatever extent you believe is possible.

So…

If you only think, feel, and believe in small wishes…

You will only be granted small wishes.

Now, compare the previous story with another customer of mine who wrote down this ‘wish’:

“I work with people less talented than me, with less experience and expertise than me, who make three times as much money as me. I want to make as much as those people and I want it now, so I can give my children the beautiful home, healthy food, nice clothes, and excellent education that I didn’t have as a child.”

Did this man get a small raise?

No.

He got a brand new position in his company that paid 3 times more than his previous position.

Using the same skills… doing the same amount of work… he was suddenly making way more.

The only thing that changed was his belief that he was worth as much as those other guys, and his wish for more money was granted in the way he believed possible and to the extent he believed possible.

So keep this in mind if you’re getting weak results with the Law of Attraction, or my Attract Money subliminal CD in particular…

Better wishes = better results.

And the best wishes bring the best in life.

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Belief Part 7: The Guardian At The Gate

So far we’ve covered how Speedzen subliminals use affirmation and visualization to remove limiting beliefs, and replace them with empowering beliefs, unleashing your true creative potential and giving you more creative control over your reality.

But how did the limiting beliefs get there in the first place?

Simple:

They walked right in, like thieves in the night, while the guard was asleep at the gate.

You see, your subconscious mind cannot argue against bad ideas.

It simply accepts them as commands and obediently follows them.

It is your conscious mind’s job to test new ideas…

*Before* those ideas can enter your subconscious mind and become the beliefs that shape your reality.

And, armed with logic and reason, your conscious mind must guard against any ideas that would cut you off from your creative power and your limitless potential.

Because once a limiting idea becomes your belief, your reality will reflect that belief, and your conscious mind will doubt – or completely ignore – any new ideas that could free you from that reality.

The worst part is…

Most of us inherited our limiting beliefs from the adults in our lives while we were impressionable children – while our minds were wide open to *any* new ideas, simply because our ability to think logically hadn’t developed yet.

So, by the time we’re old enough to think for ourselves, our conscious mind has already been transformed from a guardian, defending us from negative influence, into a prison guard holding us hostage to the negative beliefs we were given by default.

Our conscious mind becomes passive, negative and reactionary.

Instead of protecting us from bad ideas, it protects our negative beliefs from good ideas.

Instead of actively solving problems and looking for new ideas to improve our lives, our thinking is always playing catch-up to reality by creating stories to explain away our failures and re-affirm our limiting beliefs with limiting excuses.

This is exactly why subliminals make such effective tools to escape these prisons of belief.

They allow you to sneak past the conscious mind, in its confused and self-harming state, and remove those negative beliefs at the source.

Then your conscious mind can reclaim its role as your protector instead of your prison guard… It opens itself up to new possibilities… your conscious thoughts move away from excuses and towards solutions.

And it’s at that point that your conscious thoughts become the most important belief-shaping and reality-creating tool you possess.

Because once you’ve used subliminals, or NLP, or hypnosis, or any other tool to clear out your subconscious blockages and get your mind and emotions running smoothly…

…Any further personal development is completely dependent on your own thinking.

That’s where this newsletter comes in.

My subliminals only affect your conscious thinking as a side-effect of the deeper, emotional changes they create.

In this newsletter I have, and will continue to provide, practical knowledge you can use to get the most out of my subliminals by taking a more active approach in changing your thinking… using the subliminals to change your beliefs at the subconscious level and the newsletter to change your beliefs at the conscious level.

But, ultimately…

…to help you take off the training wheels and take control of your own life.

And, in the meantime, there are plenty of “one-size fits all” solutions to common subconscious blockages in my catalog of subliminal CDs.

For more extreme blockages, or for very specific negative beliefs that are harder to remove, you can order a custom subliminal session tailored perfectly to your specific situation.

And when you order your custom subliminal session, you also get a one-on-one email consultation with me, where we dig deep to find out exactly what belief is holding you back so that we can target it with surgical precision and get you back on track and in control of your life.

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Belief Part 6: Reality Creation Is A Team Sport

Until now, we’ve been discussing subjective beliefs and subjective reality.

On my website, I usually focus on the idea that you have a subconscious self-image… a set of beliefs about yourself and your subjective reality…

And your inner and outer worlds will always reflect this self-image back to you.

This means, of course, that if you can change your beliefs about yourself, you can shape yourself and your immediate reality into anything you wish…

As long as you believe it’s possible – and exactly in the ways you believe it is possible.

So what about objective reality?

What happens when your new beliefs come into conflict with the beliefs of your friends and family…

…or your local community…

…or your entire nation…

…or the 7.6 billion other people on the planet (based on current estimates)?

Well… each smaller reality is nested within the next largest reality.

And your influence begins with yourself – with your own, inner reality.

This is why I focus almost entirely on personal development.

The ultimate purpose of the Speedzen subliminal sessions is to act as “training wheels” to help you develop the mental discipline and emotional fortitude you need to create and maintain a stable inner reality.

Then… and *only* then… will you have the power to influence the beliefs of people around you.

When you begin to see yourself as a confident, capable person, you will demonstrate this new reality to those around you. Their experience of you will change and their beliefs about you will change.

When you begin to see yourself as wealthy and abundant, your new reality will manifest to those around you – within the limits of their existing beliefs – and, if they are receptive, these new experiences will change their own beliefs about wealth and prosperity.

When you begin to see your own creative ability as an extension of the infinite creative power of the universe itself, you will demonstrate this to others, and you will inspire others to tap into this infinite power as well.

Of course, you can never *control* what other people believe.

Free will reigns supreme.

Every individual has the free will to believe whatever they wish.

And this is where you start to see some of the more “magical” side effects of the Law of Attraction at work.

When you have a strong inner reality… stronger than the shared reality with which it conflicts:

  • Everything begins to shift around you to accommodate your new reality.
  • People who simply refuse to accept the new reality will leave.
  • New people who ‘fit’ in your new reality will appear in unexpected ways.
  • Events and opportunities you would’ve never previously imagined possible begin falling into place as if it’s suddenly the most natural and obvious outcome.

And… when people look back after a change like this…

…it all seems so natural.

It looks like things worked out exactly as they should have… because your new vantage point is from within the new reality, with the shared power of belief of everybody else in your new reality.

And this new group reality can then begin to influence the larger reality in which it is nested…

…and so on…

…All the way up to the global reality.

Of course, there are always several competing “teams.”

Some are stronger and more focused than others, so they exert the most influence on the global playing field.

But, historically, they’ve done so by keeping the masses in the dark.

They’ve maintained influence by keeping people disconnected from their true creative power – disconnected from each other – and always fighting over subjective differences.

And so, they’ve always been doomed to lose their negative influence the second something like the internet came along to level the playing field.

Now people can team up across the globe.

They can share new ideas and information in real time.

And they can create new group realities almost in the blink of an eye.

You could probably even argue that the internet is the first manifestation in our physical world of a much larger, spiritual awakening of humanity as a whole.

So…

What reality are you working to create in the midst of all this rapidly accelerating change?

That’s entirely up to you.

I’m just providing the tools that people need to become players in the game, to whatever extent and in whatever capacity is right for you:

https://www.speedzen.com/shop/subliminal-cds/powerful-visualization-skill/

And tomorrow I’ll finish up with the third and final belief-changing method.

It’s the one that people tend to neglect the most, even though it’s the most important, simply because it’s also the most difficult task in the world.