Learning Strategies Blog

Going on automatic pilot

by Paul Scheele

Setting in motion the automatic piloting mechanism of your mind can be one of the most powerful things you can do to get what you want from life.

Using our Automatic Pilot Paraliminal is perhaps the best way to do it, but by learning how it works, you can activate it by yourself.

Session A, which you can experience during the upcoming free online event called the Ultimate You Mindfest, teaches your brain to stay focused, in the flow, and respond at your highest level of ability.

It helps you clarify your goal and the resources you will need. You clear the way and create a path to your goal without blocks, resistances, or internal conflict.

It begins  with an exercise to make sure you know what you want. You imagine setting the ideal end result and its benefit to you up on a pedestal so that you can walk around it.

Then, you ask yourself the following questions and check your deepest feelings for a yes or no answer.

1) Is it what I personally, really want?

2) Can I get deeply involved in it without having to pressure myself?

3) Am I willing to do whatever it takes, for as long as it takes to have it?

If you can say yes to all of these questions, without doubts or arguments, then it is a true desire! You can state to yourself, “I want this. I am willing to do what it takes to have this.”

If there is argument, then the strength of your determination is not at full power. To really go on automatic pilot at full power you will need to strengthen your desires.

You have got to want it strongly enough to leave no room for doubt.

The recording then takes you through the process of relaxing as it helps you deepen your will to create what you want. Once relaxed, you are invited to explore the details of your goal, which mobilizes the energies within you to clear a path toward it.

You notice the natural flow of your creative energies and experience guied toward it through creative insight and encouraging internal support. You then step into the goal as if it were already accomplished, experiencing the complete commitment and involvement of every part of you.

Stepping back to get a broader perspective, you observe your success and feel it as an expression of the magnificent abilities your mind now possesses. You deepen your desire and strengthen your will to action. In this way, you prepare to set in motion the automatic pilot mechanism of your mind.


(Posted on June 4, 2012)