Once there was a guy on a ship.
His first time on a ship.
And he was on the deck, carefully walking around.
He wasn’t a big fan of the ocean, but so far he was having a pretty good time.
Then he heard some thunder off in the distance.
He froze, paralyzed.
All his fears about drowning rushed into the front of his brain.
The skies darkened.
The waves grew.
The ship was no longer stable.
Overcome by fear, he grabbed the nearest thing he could find.
Which turned out to be the anchor.
The storm came and the shipped rolled violently.
The waves crashing over the sides.
Dude was utterly petrified, but hung on for dear life.
Please Save Me
Finally, after a seeming eternity, the waves calmed and the skies cleared.
Finally, after the weather station gave the captain the all systems go signal, he dropped the anchor.
But the dude was to terrified to let go.
Still stuck inside his mind, petrified by fear, his rational thinking still trapped by fight or flight mode, he kept hanging on to the anchor for dear life.
It kept falling deeper, causing more and more fear, which caused him to hang on tighter and tighter.
All the way down to the bottom, where he drowned.
Hanging on to what once saved him, but now killed him.
Terrible story, right?
But also a very useful metaphor.
Hang On Too Long
Maybe you’re in a bad relationship, but you’re afraid to let go, and it kills you.
Maybe you’re in bad habit, afraid to leave it behind, and it kills you.
Maybe you’re trapped in a childhood mindset, like most of us are today, and our go-to reaction to ANY problem is to scream and holler and wait for somebody ELSE to come and fix it.
Once there was a therapist.
He dealt mainly in building up self esteem, self confidence, self responsibility, and self belief.
That was his main go-to solution to pretty much any issue that wasn’t a medical issue.
A thinking issue.
Bad marriage, bad habits, bad thinking, etc.
His response was simple.
We all got problems.
And it is up to US to solve the problems.
Describing your problems in terms of what OTHER PEOPLE should do might FEEL good, but it is unhelpful.
Because everybody has their own problems.
Inside this guy’s therapy room he had a huge poster, with a very clear and powerful message.
Only You Baby
NO ONE IS COMING
There is you, your life, your decisions.
You want more sex, more money, more love, a better career, better living conditions, better health?
They not just going to POOF themselves into existence.
Let go of the anchor.
Release bad habits, start good ones.
This is a LIMITED TIME offer.
Yes, every day that ticks by is one less day you have to get things going.
So get started:
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.