The concept of Brainwave Entrainment may sound strange, but you should know that it’s growing in popularity as people from all walks of life are discovering its powerful potential.
Studies show that Brainwave Entrainment can be used as a therapeutic tool and that it can be an effective method for synchronizing (“entraining”) one’s brainwaves. It works by applying frequencies (or sound vibrations) into the ear, which the neurons that make up your brain then reacts to by “following” (imitating).
The result is a game of ‘follow the leader’, as the brain processes and then follow those frequencies and indeed begins to replicate them. (the neurons may begin to fire at the same rate or frequency and as a result, release the beneficial neural chemistry that is its goal).
It can help you reach incredible states of consciousness that can allow you to (among many other things) solve the problems you may have to deal with in your life.
People use brainwave technology for a huge variety of purposes, both for solving problems and enhancing their lives. This specific program will enable you to improve your lifestyle by letting you reach a better and more focused meditative state that can stimulate you into a daily routine of both mentally and physically beneficial activities.
The program will work to improve your mood and the general state of mind, allowing you to be happy and motivated.
Great Ways to Super Charge Your Level of Motivation…
Motivational Reprogramming exercise
Motivation is what propels life. It plays a major role in nearly everything we do. Without motivation, we would simply not care about outcomes, means, accomplishment, education, success, failure, employment, etc.
Here are a few facts to take in consideration…
Did you know that writing with your hand helps to create memory pathways and can program your brain to be more motivated and take more and beneficial action?
In this exercise I want you to write down each of these statements on a piece of paper with a pen or pencil (not a stylus\finger on a tablet or your phone). While writing each statement be sure to speak them out loud also.
In this way, we will help you to build pathways in your brain designed to reprogram you into a motivated machine
• I am motivated now
• I am ready to work now
• I am excited now
• I love my work
• I love what I do
• I enjoy giving all my effort
• I complete all tasks easily
• I am happy working
• I really enjoy working
• I do great work
• My work is rewarding
• I achieve my goals quickly
• I like to start projects
• I love to finish projects
• I am enthusiastic
• I am enthusiastic about working
• New tasks excite me
• I am enjoying what I’m doing now
• I love my current work
• I reward myself for good work
• Inspiration comes quickly
• I am strongly motivated
• I learn fast
• I remember everything
• I am always prepared
• Learning is exciting
• I succeed in all that I do
• Motivation is good for me
• I can accomplish anything now
• I work now to succeed
• I don’t quit
• I am confident in all that I do and say
• I have tremendous energy and must work now
• I am energized and ready to work
• I can be successful right now
• I am happy when I am working hard
Lucky 13, A Great Methodology for Getting and Staying Motivated!
One Goal. When there is too much going on in your life, and you’re trying to do too much it can drain energy your motivation. This is the most common mistake we all make. It makes it literally impossible to accomplish your goal. You must choose one goal at a time, just focus on it and it alone. Know that you can move on to other goals after you have achieved the first one.
Be excited and get inspired. Allow yourself to get excited about your goal. Get inspiration from others (read and talk about your goal), it will not only help you build the needed levels of excitement but will also build your energy reserves and these reserves will come in handy later when you need them to move forward. Understand that visionaries like yourself are often misunderstood and remember that not all people will be able to see or share your vision. That’s OK, simply move on to the next person until you find your inner circle of support and inspiration. You will find that you make some amazing relationships/friendships as a result.
Build on your excitement. A great exercise is to visualize what it would be like to be successful (see the benefits of the goal in your mind’s eye, if visualization is difficult for you then download a picture that looks the same as your goal and immerse yourself in it as much as possible).
Print out your goal and post it all over your home and office (where reasonable of course). Make your goal statement only a few words, and then, just like a mantra “Exercise” by stating it out load or in your mind for 15 minutes each and every day. Put it on your wall or refrigerator. Put it up at home and work. Put it on your desktop. You want to be reminded about your goal all the time in order to keep your focus and your excitement levels high. A picture of your goal can also be helpful.
Commit publicly. None of us likes to look bad in front of others. We will tend to work harder to do something we’ve said publicly. Now you don’t have to issue a press release, but you can tell friends and family. Do you have a blog or Facebook page? These are also great places to cement your resolve by making your intentions known. The point of all of this is so that you can hold yourself accountable, so be sure to post progress updates. People love reality TV, there is a reason for that so keep yourself engaged by keeping your “updates up to date”.
Think about it daily. If you think about your goal every day, it is much more likely to manifest. That is why posting the goal on your wall and/or desktop can help a lot. Sending yourself daily reminders can also help. Commit to doing one (even small) thing towards your goal every day, and the odds of your goal manifesting will increase astronomically.
Get support. It’s hard to accomplish something alone. Find a support network (online and off), it will prove invaluable. None of us live in a vacuum.
Realize that you will always experience ups and downs. Motivation is not going to be consistently there for you. It comes and goes, and comes and goes again, it’s important to realize that while it may go away, it will indeed come back. Just wait for that moment when the motivation will reappear because it will. In the meantime, continue to do things related like reading topics related to your goal, ask others for help, and do some of the other things listed here to occupy your mind until your motivation comes back.
Stick with it. Whatever you do, don’t give up. Even if you don’t feel any motivation today, or this week, don’t give up. It will come back. Think of your goal as a long journey, and your slump is just a little bump in the road a bump that will more often than not hold a lesson and an answer, so watch for both.
Start small. If you are having a difficult time getting started, its likely due to your thinking too big to start. As an example, if you want to exercise more but are having a lot of difficulties then commit yourself to 20 minutes of exercise for one week. You may want to do more but only do 2 minutes. You see that is so easy that you can’t fail. Make sure you do it at the same time, every day. Once you’ve done 2 minutes a day for a week, increase it to 5, and stay with that for another week. Within a month, you’ll be doing 15-20 minutes a day. Remember that baby step is the key, it’s the really easy key. If you start small and slow, then you will be successful. You can’t fail if you start with something ridiculously easy. You will feel successful, and good about yourself. You will be able to build on that feeling, by adding another baby step and add 2-3 minutes to your exercise routine, for example. With each step (and each step should last about a week), you will feel even more successful. Remember to make each step really, really small, and really, really easy and you won’t fail. After a couple of months, your tiny steps will add up to a lot of progress and a lot of success.
Call for help when your motivation lowers. If you’re having problems, then remember to call for help. Call friends, family, associates it really doesn’t matter who, just tell them your issue and you will find that the simple act of expressing yourself will help. Ask for advice. Ask to help you overcome your slump. It will work.
Think about the benefits, not the difficulties. One common error we make is that we think about how hard something is. Thinking in this way is exhausting. Instead of thinking negatively, think about what you will get out of it. For example, instead of thinking about how tiring exercise can be, focus on how good you’ll feel when you’re done, and how you’ll be healthier and slimmer over the long run. The benefits will help energize you.
Get rid of negative thoughts and replace them with positive ones. In order to do this, you need to start monitoring your thoughts and what you say (this helps to create your thoughts in a large way). You must learn to recognize when you “negative self-talk”, as it’s likely greatly responsible for your lack of motivation in the first place. Keep an eye and ear out for negative speech and thoughts and when you find them, use them as a reminder to think or imagine something positive that puts a smile on your face (the thought can be anything, like a nice flower, whatever makes you feel good). This technique will act to change the energy you feel into something positive before it ever gets to the point of draining your energy and motivation. This sounds simplistic, but it works!
Motivation system for Lifestyle and Fitness (Modern Life) system Instructions
Please be sure to read this document in its entirety before your first listening…
- There are three modules that comprise the motivation system.
- The first comprises of two sets of recordings each and is called “Motivation Entrainment”.
- The specific listening instructions are contained in the document named “Motivation Beta and Gamma Instructions”.
- This document outlines the usage instructions for the system as a whole.
- The recordings contained in the motivation entrainment folder are designed to listen to a minimum of twice a day.
Under ideal circumstances, they should be listening to while lying down, with your eyes closed, at a comfortable volume and with stereo headphones. As is mentioned in the listening instructions you may listen to these while sitting with your eyes open as well but please keep in mind that stronger results are normally achieved when these recordings are listened to as outlined above.
If possible it’s a good idea to listen in the same location and at the same time every day. This being said and life being what it is, this is not always possible as such please do the best you can.
The brainwave recordings (from module 1 – Motivator 1 and 2) should listen to a minimum of twice a day and as outlined above.
The motivation and self-discipline subliminal modules should be listened to in the background at a barely audible volume as often as you can during the day. As these recordings are subliminal in nature they may be repeated as often as you like unlike the entrainment recordings from module 1 which require a 15-minute pause between listenings.
Included in the system is a document named “Great Ways to Super Charge Your Level of Motivation”, within this document you will find two parts. The first part is a specially designed exercise whose intention is to reprogram your conscious and subconscious mind into a state of supreme motivation.
Complete this exercise at least once a day, however, if you’re inspired then feel free to do it as often as you like so that it may work to reprogram your current negative reflexive thought processes that drain you of your energy and motivation into a program that serves you and helps you to grow.
The second part of this document entitled “Lucky 13, A Great Methodology for Getting and Staying Motivated!” suggests a 13-step process that if you follow on a regular basis can help you to achieve unheard-of levels of motivation thus giving you the ability to complete and succeed at literally anything you set your mind to.
For additional information please refer to the documentation provided in each module.
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Please note that these recordings are not intended to treat or cure any disease, nor should any of the subject matter on the site be taken as medical advice.
Those who are epileptic should not use these recordings. However rare, there is a risk of seizure associated with individuals who are predisposed to epileptic seizures. Such individuals should not use this series of audio recordings except of course, under the direction and supervision of a licensed medical physician.
Under No circumstances should you drive a car or operate potentially dangerous or complicated machinery while listening to these recordings.
Huge Sci Fi Movie Watcher, love and passion for anything digital, Daniele is intrigued by how technology is shaping human being’s everyday life….including our overall fitness and health standards by introducing new aliments to our daily nutrition list namely “nutropics”.