Mind Movies Creative Powers
I was privileged to get a preview of Bob Proctor talking with Ryan Higgins
of Mind Movies creative visualization videos today and I must admit — I was blown away by the level of what they shared …
This stuff is superb psychology. It’s not some academic mumbo jumbo or psychobabble either…
It’s a practical system which allows you to build little videos with a few simple mouse clicks. These mind movies videos are your own combinations of photographic images with text based affirmations, blended with the music tracks of your choice.
Let me explain. Imagine you have quite a clear image of exactly how you’d like your future (and your family’s future) to be. You then use these elements to create videos that flash these desired states of positivity through your stream of consciousness … great concept, don’t you think?
There are two essential elements at work in these motivational videos that you create: The mental pictures of precisely what you want in your life; and the subconscious EMOTIONAL powering of these that provides the ‘connection with the physical and spiritual laws of The Universe.’ It’s the emotions that do the hard work and provide the locomotive ENERGY that connects with these universal laws. So once again, both psychology and physics are inextricably interwoven and both are definitely involved in this process of creative visualization.
Ryan Higgins is not only interviewing experts like Bob Proctor, John Assaraf and Dr Joe Vitale (of The Secret) about his Mind Movies concept…. but he’s giving away 6 examples of powerful, positive videos you can download and use for yourself right away — then you’ll see the effects for yourself of repetition, say once each morning and once at night.
Psychology needs this pragmatic, ‘do this today’ style of application in our lives if it’s going to remain a viable force in the future. Just my opinion of course. Get this educational boost today. Test mind movies for yourself and plot a new course for your future!
Geoffrey P. Dodd
P.S. In my mind I can still hear Bob Proctor’s voice: “It was the repetition that altered your program!” Aha … I see it. I GET it!