Focus for Development thru Visualization and Affirmation

We all have the ability to symbolically spread our wings and fly into the future to catch the big fish at the end of the pond. The problem is many people lack the skills. The worst part is many American people are growing lazy, so they sit down and wait for things to happen rather than put for the effort to make it happen.

Things have to change. Thus, we have a wide spread of devised techniques that allow people to make from for relaxation. People are now inspired to relax so to develop their mental lucidity in the process required to achieve self-development with success. It is thought that we are more probable to learn by altering the brain patterns while triggering the brains to take action for new growth. During the “non ordinary” states of consciousness states the brain’s fluctuations increase.

The so seemingly contradictory to some people makes it hard for them to accept the sound notion that learning is nothing more than practice and repetitive learning that is conditioned.

In fact, it is a conclusion supported by the research conducted in practically every discipline of human studies. Educators, psychologists, and other scientists of the brain are now exploring a variety of techniques for enhancing the ability of children and adults to learn, amid them the use of drawing, direct visualization, meditation, autogenously, rhythmic breathing, singing, storytelling, dancing, music and relaxation.

Studies show that all these techniques can lead to staged increases in the ability to attain, remember, and make imaginative use of information and ideas. The same studies point out to us that such techniques can show the way to theatrical alterations in the brain’s chemistry and structure, as well as in human behavior. The widespread denominator for these techniques is of course that each system augments the brain fluctuations by increasing brain-wave amplitude and/or by decreasing brain wave frequency. There are a wide number of interesting studies that document the beneficial effects of boosting brain fluctuations, the purpose of brain and learning enhancement.

Psychologists have devised a mental technique called focusing that enables its practitioners to influence their brains so that the person gains new insightful leads that takes them to theatrical make changes in their behaviors. Using the approach, therapists use meeting point to attempt with getting the person to feel senses that correlate to his/her problem. Next, the person is taken through some steps that help him/her to focus and pay attention to inner self, rather than his environment. Once the person’s attention is focused on the inner self, it takes him to a passive state of emotions and he begins to feel physiological sensations. In time, he begins to feel the shifts, which releases tension. The person feels deep, sensations that give him relief physically and to help him understand his problems easier.

We have all experienced both shifts in our emotions, physical status etc when we focus. For example, when you head off to work, you sometimes have this agonizing sensation, feeling uneasy has if you had forgotten your purse, or some other item you need. You start to focus, dwelling on what you forgot so that you can identify with the problem. You start to think, did I leave the coffee pot on? Did I forget to turn off the tap? Is the stove still on, or is something unlocked? Then your mind starts to reconsider that you may have forgotten something, yet rejects it as the answer since you know it cannot be what is bothering you; you have not felt that special, inner feeling of release. At last, you discover what you forgotten and you feel another shift, which helps you to relax.

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