Sunday, September 14, 2014

Mind Code Rules Your World

Do you connect with any of the following questions?

Do you just react to situations in your life rather than proactively create a life you want?

Do you keep asking yourself like these questions below? Or do you keep coming back to these questions without seeming having an answer?

  • Are you tired of living life according to other people’s expectations?

  • Do your needs and desires always end up at the bottom of your list?

  • Is your life so busy that you don't have time to focus on yourself?

  • Confused about your future direction?  

  • Do you feel that your past has robbed you of a happy present? 

  • Do you feel that no matter how hard you work success is out of reach?

  • Do you believe that you are not able to have close relationships because you are unlovable?

  • Do you feel you can the master over your feelings but for some reason you fail at it?

  • Do you feel that no matter how much your exert effort to like you, you constantly end up judging yourself?
Do you know why you do what you do, think what you think, and feel what you feel?

For many the answer would be - NO. Even though the question appears to be simple, the answer is a lot harder. Science has been studying the human brain for decades and decades and still not much is known on how it functions.

I have been working on a method for over the past 10 years to assist people to recognize why him or her act the way they do, think the why they do and react emotionally. That method is called Personal PhilosophyMethod. I found that what influences humans the most and is the foundation of identity as well as the most important and first element of Personal Philosophy which is your core beliefs.

Core beliefs are the Windows to Mind Code

Core beliefs are self-messages you form about yourself during a life situation. You forms thousands and thousands over a life time. If your core beliefs are negative and if they get triggered by something in your life and surface into your consciousness you will subconsciously react with behaviors, thoughts and emotions that will be negative, self-harming, self-limiting or self-defeating. If your core beliefs are positive, then the reverse will be true and the life results will turn out to be positive.

The more I worked with core beliefs, the more I realized that core beliefs were formed by experiences but driven by something else something greater in your subconscious mind. I found out that core beliefs were just the product of some other compartment where all your reactions to life mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually are "generated". This great compartment governs the content of all your core beliefs and powerfully propels you into action without you ever knowing.  Meaning if the majority of your core beliefs that you formed are negative then this compartment generates instructions based on the content of your core beliefs to your conscious mind. The instructions causes you consciously to produce a negative behavior, negative thought and negative emotion. This important compartment in your brain holds all your mind code

Your mind code is your mind’s embedded database or software. The mind code is all rules, regulations, beliefs, procedures, instructions, self-messages, and regulations for how you will act, feel, think and react.Your mind can only do what is written in your code. Nothing more and nothing less.

What can be done?

Now that you know about mind code and core beliefs is there anything you can do about it? It is possible to change your mind code so your code will be positive and beneficial?  The answer is YES. There is a product available now that will could guide and assist you to recognize your core beliefs, core values and core expectations in less than one month. It is called the 30 Day Life Changing Mind Challenge.

Click on the link below and see how you can change your life by changing you're your brain’s software in on quick month.

To experience what the challenge is like take this mini mind challenge for free.

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Saturday, September 13, 2014

Dr. Bill's New Video Podcast - Happiness Balance Change - now available

I am really excited to announce I have made a new video podcast - Happiness Balance Change - for my Making a Positive Change website and Making a Positive Change with Dr. Bill Blog.

Happiness Balance Change is available on iTunes.

Check it out today. 

Know that happiness, balance and change is possible.
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Happiness Balance Change Podcast

Something New 

For my Friends who want to learn more about making positive changes in their lives and follow the insights of Dr Bill. 

I have a new video podcast - Happiness Balance Change. If you have a iTunes account then go to iTunes, click on Podcast at the iTunes Store at the top. 

Then in the search bar type in Dr Bill Tollefson and click on my new podcast - Happiness Balance Change and watch my video podcast. 

Episode One

Welcome to Happiness Balance Change Podcast Channel

Episode Two:

Inner Critic

Growth is accomplished through acquiring new learn. Hope you like it.

Be focused. Change will not evade you. Faith in yourself is paramount to any accomplishment of happiness, change or balance.

Friday, September 12, 2014

7 Tips on Changing Bad Habits to Positive

It is common knowledge that a habit becomes very comfortable whether it is good, bad, non-serving or toxic. 

Yes there are habits that are good, friendly and serve you but there are also habits that are not good for you and affects your mental, physical and spiritual health adversely as well as affect your relationships and your life. 

Habits generally go unnoticed to many and sometimes add to an individual’s personal style. Habit can develop as part of an individual's personality the more it is repeated.

Why don't you change or stay with what doesn't work?  

Once you become comfortable in any habit, breaking it is very hard and uncomfortable. Sometime your excuses or reasons for not changing are more powerful that the habit you need to change.

You can stay in a habit because for some reason it serves you. You can stay with a habit out of fear. 

You can stay with a habit because you are scared of change and the outcome of what change will produce or require. 

Or you can stay with a habit because it is just familiar. 

Which is your reason for not changing?

Definition of a Habit

Simply a habit by definition is an attitude, behavior, emotion, thought, or substance you repeat over and over again until you do it without thinking, automatically. Habits are the result of something done over and over. The more often an action is repeated, the stronger the habit will become. 

Almost everything you do is repeated many times over; you're a creatures of habit. Forming a new habit takes time. Research has proved that it takes 30 to 90 days. 

Yet a newly form habit can firmly fixed itself in your subconscious mind in as little as seven days. 

Just as habits are formed by repeating certain actions over and over, unwanted habits can be broken by not doing a certain thing over a period of time. Sounds simple, but may not be so easy at first. It calls for patience, hard work, and may be a little anguish.

To change any habit you first have to be willing and ready to make the change and let go of the old unwanted one even in fear. Change an old unwanted habit by replacing it with a new positive habit. Forming a new habit takes time. Research has proved that it takes 30 to 90 days. A newly formed habit is firmly fixed in your subconscious mind in as little as seven days. 

7 Tips

Here are 7 tips that can guide you into changing an unwanted old habit to a new positive habit. Be sure to complete all steps in order to achieve a new habit.

      1. Mentally go through all your habits and pick the habit 
          you would like to change.

      2. Determine what your attitude has been toward the 
          old habit you intend to change. Then answer - why 
          your attitude has been so comfortable? Even though 
          in reality it has probably been uncomfortable or painful, 
          if not possibly toxic.

      3. Create and focus on the habit you would like to form.

      4. Visualize the habit you want becoming a comfortable 
          one – if you can envision yourself doing the habit 
          and it becomes comfortable in your mind, then adapting
          to it will be much easier. Do not allow yourself to feel 
          overwhelmed. Keep your sight set on completing 
          your vision.

      5. Consistency is most important - make a contract with 
          yourself (or an accountability partner) to practice that
          intended habit every day for 5 minutes – create a daily
          schedule for the next 60 to 90 days.

      6. Set up a support system.

      7. Reward yourself at the end of each week for 
          succeeding, then at the conclusion of the first 
          30 days and finally at the conclusion of your 90 days.

Success in positive habit formation comes when you can remain focused, consistent and determined.

After Thoughts

To form a positive habit - practice, practice and then practice some more. Success in positive habit formation comes when you can remain focused, consistent and determined.

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