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In past quotes we have chatted about the fact that your subconscious mind really does not understand negatives. For example if I tell you don’t think about bananas then a picture of bananas pops in your head. This is an important point to understand if you want to control your thoughts. The crowding out technique is a concept of replacing your thoughts with other thoughts. So if you have feelings of fear, uncertainty and doubt then you can replace them with thoughts of confidence, certainty and conviction.
The same concept holds true if you are trying to kick a habit. The goal is to replace the time with a better habit. Simply focusing on quitting smoking as an example will typically result in you not doing it unless it is replaced with a different (better) habit.
Equature Quote of the Week:
Whatever we give our attention to becomes our experience. If we focus on strictly negative and destructive thoughts then our life will contract accordingly. We manifest what we dwell on.
Sir John Templeton wrote a great book The Essential Worldwide Laws of Life. You can check out the summary later today on http://www.successprogress.com it is worth reading.
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