If you’ve ever tried the law of attraction, you may feel as if it’s some kind of a con.
You visualized a stack of money, a new car or a new girlfriend, and nothing happened. Does this mean it doesn’t work? Does this mean all those folks selling Law of Attraction products are selling snake oil?
Not at all.
The thing is that our subconscious minds are much, much more powerful than we think. The more they research the human brain, the more they realize that our conscious minds are really just an after the fact story telling device. It’s our subconscious minds, our vast collection of instincts and intuition that is really running the show.
So your conscious mind may be practicing the law of attraction, but your unconscious may be somewhere else.
One of the main jobs of our subconscious is to protect us. Our conscious mind is playing checkers, while our subconscious is playing chess, and always thinking about twenty moves ahead.
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So if you want to get results from the Law of Attraction, then you’ve got to get your subconscious on board.
How do you do this?
There’s a nifty procedure in NLP called “integration of parts.” Basically you get different parts of you to come out and negotiate with each other.
And you use the same negotiation skills that you’d use with regular people. Just keep them talking until you find enough overlapping similarities of their criteria, so they can choose a course of action where they both get what they want.
You’re looking for a win win between your parts.
Start out like this.
Decide on what you’d like to manifest with the Law of Attraction. For the purpose of this example we’ll use a new relationship.
Then find the two opposite parts. The part of you that wants a new relationship, and the part of you that wants to keep things the way they are.
Imagine that they’re out in front of you, and make sure they’re willing to participate in this discussion.
Start by asking the part of you that wants a relationship, what’s important about wanting a relationship. Just allow any answer to come up. Let’s say they want a relationship so they can have intimacy. Tell them that’s a fine answer. Then ask them what’s important about intimacy.
They say “support.” (Remember, this is just an example.) Ask what’s important about “support.” Maybe they’ll say “a bright future.”
Now, it’s important that with each higher level of criteria, you get your “part” to describe it in as much detail as possible. Keeping going up the ladder, until you get something that sounds like it’s a worthy life goal in and of itself. A “bright future,” in this case, sounds pretty good.
Then thank the part, and talk to the other part. Be polite and kind to each part.
Ask the part that wants to keep you from having a relationship what they want. Maybe they’ll say “not getting hurt.” Get them to describe it, and find out what’s important about “not getting hurt.” Maybe they say “staying safe.” OK, great. Get them to describe it. Then ask them what’s important about that. What do they get when they know they’ll “stay safe.” Then they say, “A bright future.”
Now you’ve got the two parts, who were initially against each other both wanting the same thing. Bring both parts closer together, and explain to them that you’d really like a relationship.
Then ask them if they’d be willing to join together, to make a “super part” that will help you attract a relationship. They’ll say yes, then you can close your eyes and imagine the creation of your new “super part” which will how support you in your Law of Attraction meditations on getting a new relationship partner.
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