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Gain more in 2012 by wanting less!

Gain more in 2012 by wanting less

It can be easy to get caught up in the vicious cycle of always wanting more than what you have, but fear not, your aren’t going mad! This behaviour is in fact, totally normal, as this mind is naturally hardwired to constantly seek more, says Dr Turner, founder of transformation and training company Psycademy (www.psycademy.co.uk).

“It’s a survival technique of sorts, but the mind never settles for what it has, it always wants more. So if you have a car, it seeks a bigger better one. If you have nice clothes you want better ones. If you have a flat, you’ll want a house, and so on,” explains Dr Turner, who has been training people to harness the power of their mind to influence life, careers and even relationships, since 2004.

These thought processes may seem counter productive, but if you approach your goals the right way, you can actually direct your unconscious mind to take you exactly where you want to go, explains Dr Turner.

“It might seem surprising but, when done right, thinking in this way can actually be good for moral, and help you achieve your goals.

The right way to do it is to fully immerse yourself into the fantasy. Really believe (just while you’re in it) that it’s real. When you’re back in your normal life the mind can’t tell the difference between fantasy and memory and will use this as a blueprint to work towards, actually making it more likely that you’ll achieve your goals. By showing your mind how good it felt to have it, and what it feels like to NOT have it, your mind will constantly strive to move you towards opportunities that increase your lot. What your mind is doing is seeking to fill the gap between what you have and what you want.

The wrong way to do it is to go through the motions, saying to yourself “if only this were real” and to make comparisons between the good life and your own life so that you’re left feeling helpless, disillusioned and dissatisfied and with no feeling that you could change it,” says Dr Turner.

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