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67: Book Review: The Power of the Subconscious Mind

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“You cannot coerce your subconscious.” -Dr Joseph Murphy

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A lot of people have a hard time believing in something. They need hard facts, and statistics, diagrams, etc. That logic mind can be someone’s greatest strength in some instances, yet they’re greatest weaknesses in other.

Some things you have to believe in order for it to come to fruition. To take it to another level, there’s probably things you believe that are hurting you.

For example, some people may believe they can never have six pack abs. By believing it can’t happen, it never will. If you believe you aren’t lucky enough to get a promotion, you never will.

Believing in something is what gives you that drive. It’s what gives people motivation. If you don’t believe it’s possible, you won’t even try.

So sit down, concentrate on what you want, and believe that it’s possible.

On this episode of Have It All, Ilan is joined by his book club to discuss their latest reading: The Power of the Subconscious Mind. They explore from logical perspectives the power of this book, and where it’s flaws may lie.

Download this episode today and see how much impact the power of believing can have.

Your goal has to feel good. Make them about something positive.

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The Cliff Notes:

  • The easiest way to join a mastermind is to start a book club.
  • Book under emphasizing effort needed to achieve goals.
  • Placebos work because of belief.
  • This world is difficult for logic brained people.
  • Our greatest strengths are also our greatest weaknesses.
  • There has to be belief and effort for something to come true.
  • Do it more often in a more subtle way.
  • Manifesters are generally very excited people.
  • If you want things to be the norm, you have to treat it like the norm.
  • Make your goals about something positive.
  • Fear is a short term motivator.
  • It’s not a lie if you believe it.
  • When you believe something, you make it a reality.
  • Stop comparing yourself to others.

Most people’s motivation comes from a place of fear.

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The Power of the Subconscious Mind