Vr 8. oktober 2021 om 19:00 - 22:00
In this event, you’ll learn
Why unconscious learning is something you’ve practiced all your life already
How the mental movie method helped people sell their homes
Why visualization is most powerful if paired with passion
What mental technique helped a three times divorced teacher find her dream husband
Where to look for reasons why you might make yourself unhappy
How to overcome your fears
About the Author
Joseph Murphy, PhD., D.D., has been acclaimed as a major figure in the human potential movement, the spiritual heir to writers like James Allen, Dale Carnegie, Napoleon Hill, and Norman Vincent Peale, and a precursor and inspirer of contemporary motivational writers and speakers like Tony Robbins, Zig Ziglar, and Earl Nightingale. He was the Minister-Director of the Church of Divine Science in Los Angeles for almost three decades and the author of numerous books that have sold tens of millions of copies in dozens of translations throughout the world. --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.
Are you a Law of Attraction Belieber?
If so, there’s a core theme in The Power of Your Subconscious Mind summary that might resonate with you.
To be honest, I’ve always been rather sceptical of the whole manifestation movement, and so it was with trepidation that I picked up this book.
However, Dr Murphy covers many psychological approaches that, since the book’s publication in 1963, continue to be preached today.
So, if you’re looking to shed negative or disempowering beliefs and need to some reassurance about the whole process, this little self-help classic might be just the ticket.
In the book, Murphy talks at length about the power (and underutilisation) of the subconscious mind.
He first draws on the examples of two types of people; that which he calls the magnetised man, who’s full of confidence and courage and the demagnetised man, who’s full of fear and doubt.
This, according to Murphy, is largely a conscious decision and we all have the power to decide the type of person we wish to be.
Murphy asserts that the subconscious mind, which is responsible for success, is ultimately programmed by our thought and beliefs.