Learning Strategies Blog

Hacking the Law of Attraction

by Pete Bissonette

1) Think of what you want to attract. What is your goal?

2) Which category of energy best covers it?

Physical energy including greater health, well-being, and using your body.

Emotional energy including greater peace, joy, and love along with supportive and balanced emotions.

Mental energy including mental prowess, success, wisdom, and spiritual growth.

3) Think of a person who models the energetic vibration you would like to experience. Choose someone who has a higher level of energetic vibration than you currently experience.

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Getting What You Want

by Pete Bissonette

How can you get your nonconscious mind working to get you what you want?

Maybe you want a better job, new car, updated wardrobe, a healthy relationship, to get rid of a cold, or most anything else. Do you have something in mind?

The best Paraliminal to use, believe it or not, is Prosperity.

You see, this Paraliminal 1) helps your mind stay focused on what you want, and 2) keeps your antenna always on the lookout and drawing it to you.

Decades ago Earl Nightingale said, “You become what you think about.” The problem is that today’s fragmented and fast-paced world makes it challenging to stay focused on something. That’s where the Prosperity Paraliminal comes in.

It keeps a part of you—your powerful nonconscious mind—focused on what you want.

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Peak Performance

by Pete Bissonette

On a scale of 1 through 10, where are you on this continuum when it comes to one of your goals?:

1 =Complete Lack of Motivation 10 = Peak Performance

What number would you select for yourself as it relates to that goal?

Now the big question: Why did you choose a number so high and not lower?

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Dealing with Negative Thoughts and Cloudy Days

by Pete Bissonette

When negative thoughts or feelings of self-doubt, low self-worth, or boredom with your life creep in, what can you do?

Listen to a Paraliminal first thing in the morning and just before bed. Every day.

For most issues, concerns, and goals, listening once a day is just fine. But to lift yourself from a swamp of negative thinking, you’ll definitely benefit from the double-day approach.

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by Pete Bissonette

The mental anguish of overwhelm can be debilitating. It can keep you spinning your wheels, not getting anything done.

There is so much to do, you don’t know what to do, you don’t have the resources whether money or time, you feel buried…

Paul Scheele created the Overcoming Overwhelm Paraliminal because a friend was smothering in life. At every corner he was distracted or feeling stuck. It’s not supposed to be that way. We’re supposed to flow through life, dealing with our challenges, and ultimately going to bed every night feeling pretty darned good.

But he would go to bed hoping to go unconscious as a respite from life.

That might be an extreme for you, but it is an everyday occurrence for so many people. And there is an easy-to-use way to get to the other side of it.

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