Last week Charles discribed Christopher Neck's technique to the list:
> 1. Eliminate negative self talk.
> 2. Replace with positive affirmations (not quite as smarmy
> as the Stuart Smalley affirmations from SNL) from the
> conscious voice.
> 3. Actively pursue items that with successful completionlead
> to more positive thoughts.
I'd like to add to this. There's a simple technique, similiar to this,
that adds the power of the heart. I work for a non-profit, the Institute
of HeartMath, that has researched using the heart to lead the mind. In
Neck's technique, it looks like one uses the mind to quiet the mind. We
suggest that a positive feeling is more powerful than a positive thought!
It's not just theory. We have research to support this. We look at the
quality of the the electrical signal transmitted by the heart when
"feelings" shift. Not only does the quality and amplitude of the signal
change, there are hormonal and immune system changes.
If you're interested in the research, take a look at our Web site:
-- Kim Allen P.O. Box 1463 408-338-8700 Institute of HeartMath 14700 West Park Ave. 408-338-9861 fax A nonprofit corporation Boulder Creek, CA 95006 hrtmath@zNET.com