How to leverage the “energy” of the universe to create your own reality through a powerful meditation technique.
It’s not magic. In fact, the book is mostly science-based as it’s written by a doctor. The book is best explained with an example: Let’s say you want a BMW X3. All of a sudden you start noticing BMW X3’s everywhere. It’s not that they appeared magically. They’ve always been there. The only thing that changed is your focus. So, what you focus on becomes your reality. Similarly, if you focus on problems, well, guess what? You’re going to start seeing more of what you’re focusing on (problems).
Meditation Technique (Kind of like becoming aware of when you say ‘um’ when you join Toastmaster’s, you’re going to become aware of your automatic patterns that you don’t like and by just becoming aware of them, you can start to change them).
Step 1–6 are designed to help you break the habit of being yourself by understanding the unconscious states of mind that represent the prior you. Step 7 is designed to create your new mind.
Step 1: Induction (20-Minutes)
Close eyes and do one of two techniques: 1) Body-Part (focus on a body part from top to bottom, then space around you, then entire room) or 2) Water-Rising (focus on the room filling up slowly with water, then take note of the immediate space around you, then the entire room)
Step 2: Recognizing (identify the problem)
Identify an unwanted emotion and its corresponding state of mind that you want to unmemorize.
Step 3: Admitting and Declaring (acknowledging your true self rather than the self you show to others)
Think about the things you have been hiding (admit them inwardly) and verbalize one emotion associated with this fake self (declare it outwardly).
Step 4: Surrendering
Surrender to letting the ‘energy’ take over and create the wanted future that’s just right for you.
Your outer world is a reflection of your inner reality. Whatever you are surrendering, imagine that it has already come true for you. Two examples:
Step 5: Observing and Reminding
Observe old self and remind yourself who you no longer want to be.
Step 6: Redirecting (prevent yourself from behaving subconsciously)
Picture yourself in a situation that you do not want to act subconsciously and say (out loud): change!
Step 7: Creating and Rehearsing