Welcome! (1.5 Minutes)
This course covers the material from the fifth Thought Engineering module but it can be completed as a standalone process.
With this material you are going to identify the negative behaviours, thoughts or feelings that stand in the way of your success, and then learn how to manipulate your inner imagery in order to divert your mind away from those old routines and towards better choices instead.
We'll begin by discussing the science of habit formation and the fascinating coding processes used by your unconscious mind.
The second half of the course teaches you a simple NLP technique that utilises this coding process in order to let go of self-sabotaging traits and engineer a better automatic self.
Finally, you'll be using a Cognitive Hypnotherapy audio recording to pattern in your chosen behaviours and ingrain the positive changes at the unconscious level.
One of the great things about this format is that you can work on personal and emotional issues without needing to talk to another person about those problems if you find that uncomfortable.
That said, I am available to give personalised suggestions and prompts to anyone who needs help with the tasks. If you choose to enrol on the full course, you will be given access to a private Facebook group in which course members can discuss the material and their results with each other and myself.
What you can use Thought Engineering for:
People commonly use Thought Engineering to overcome the following issues:
- Panic attacks;
- Fear of public speaking;
- Performance anxiety;
- Social confidence issues;
- Negative behavioural patterns like procrastination or chronic, repetitive underperformance in work or sport;
- Other self-sabotaging habitual behaviours like nail biting, comfort/binge eating, impulse spending etc.
What you need to get started:
All you really need to get going is a diary to keep a record of your notes, and for some nightly journalling once you begin with the main modules.
All the tasks in this course are available as PDF worksheets. You will need to have your answers to the questions and notes from the processes saved, so I recommend you print these off as you go and keep them in a safe place.