Wednesday, 24 November 2010

Alpha/Theta, Utilize What You've Got!

It's been mentioned many times recently by clients and audiences that quite a few people suffer from lack of sleep, they frequently turn backwards and forwards during the course of the night, thoughts of the day ahead and what needs to be achieved. They reference the day that's just passed, analysing meetings, discussions and points of view, maybe if I'd said this or done that etc.
Keeping yourself awake in this manner is incredibly counterproductive, it is stressful, it leaves you feeling jaded, it does not solve anything, it can make things worse.
My suggestion, which I hope you will follow is this:
Upon waking in the middle of the night, your body is still lethargic, your brainwave frequency is still slow somewhere between 5-14 cycles per second. You are between daydream state and light sleep, this is considered to be a fantastic time to add new ideas into your mind, positive ideas. An ideal time to recite your positive goals and programme them deep into the subconscious part of your mind. The left logical, reasoning part of your mind is not as alert and less likely to present any sustainable argument, which it certainly would in Beta Waves or wide awake state.
So next time you wake and decide to stress yourself out, stop and think about achieving your GOALS by constantly repeating them as affirmations to yourself, and I assure you, you will soon be back in the land of nod with the added benefit of your desires, hopes and dreams being subliminally dropped into the realms of your subconscious.

Hugs, Allan




Tuesday, 16 November 2010

In the beginning

It's been over 10 years since I started this particular chapter of my life, a chapter that has brought many changes, most created consciously, some attracted subconsciously.
Let me explain:
I had to change, I knew I wanted something more from life as opposed to what I was receiving or creating back then. I was stressed, anxious, angry and irresponsible, every one else was to blame for any and all my predicaments and challenges. My mind was in a whirl, no direction and absolutely no idea how to get there.
Change came in stages and still does, it's a lifetime journey, not a weekend event. Most people want instant results, they want a dream to come true, a desire, an outcome, to be, do, and have something that they currently are not being, doing or having, and are prepared to just dream ocassionally until the left logical reasoning side of the brain raises it's doubtful voice and interjects with all the negative reasons in the world "why" you can't. It takes commitment of thought, it requires brain training, it means raising awareness, it means self study, it means constant feedback and learning.
Is it worth it? Personally, I wouldn't go back to my old "stinking thinking" habits, I love the new life outlook and perspective that I have, I love the endless possibilities, the opportunities, the learning, the feedback. I love the renewed confidence, higher self-esteem, I love the new friends I've met along the way.
Most of all, I love the opportunity to communicate my lessons and experiences to help others overcome their life challenges and embrace limitless possibilities of their own.
If there is one piece of advice I could offer to anyone thinking that there is something more to life but they do not know where to start, it is this. "Your success in life is not based upon what has happened in the past but what can happen in the future" Unknown.
Your life is just that, your life, to do with as you wish, encumbered only by your own limitations.

Hugs, Allan






Monday, 8 November 2010

Excerpt from "Embracing The Law Of Repetitive Contemplation"

I don’t wish to be defeatist or pessimistic so early on in this workbook but experience has taught me that a very large proportion of those who attend Coaching workshops or attend Personal Development seminars rarely stay the course. Staying the course means affecting change and taking action, sometimes over long periods of time, in fact if truth be told over a lifetime.


Many authors, speakers and presenters make big claims and promise to change your life in 7 days, or offer you the most amazing 21 day secret that will unleash your power and catapult you toward the life of your dreams, with cash galore and all the trappings of wealth and status. It’s little wonder that many people feel deflated and look upon themselves as failing when the promises of the package fail to deliver.

I’m not saying don’t dream or think big or search for a better life or approach to life, far from it, I’m advocating that you take all these tools, techniques, modalities, books, seminars and workshops and get committed to action. Consistent, persistent action based on what you have learned.

It does not need to be massive steps or great big leaps of faith. It can be simple, believable realistic steps, so long as you are taking action to affect your changes.

I’m going to partner you through this book and assist you to take forwarding action which is right for you and you alone. Everyone at their own pace. So avoid comparing how you are progressing, it will only weaken you if you share with someone who likes to bite off great big lumps of achievement. There is no right or wrong, just different choices.
                                                                                      Allan Wilson2010©

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Monday, 1 November 2010

Failure way to Success

I know it's hard and very difficult to understand but yes we do have to sometimes get it wrong on our way to getting it right. Seems like a catch 22, especially if your mindset is structured to believe that making mistakes is not a good thing.
Personally, I've made many mistakes and taken some painful wrong turns in my life to date, I would honestly say, yes it is difficult and there have been times when I feel like giving up ever trying anything again. It must be said however, that I don't think I can stop trying the new and unknown, no matter how challenging.
Giving way to the worry and anxiety which rises from standing still, accepting and tolerating what life throws at you and succumbing to lifes twists and turns, and becoming reactionary to life as opposed to creating and building your own destiny also takes guts, some people are happy this way.
Unfortunately the majority of lifes complainers are the very ones who sit back and "wait for God" while bemoaning their lack of fulfilment. Harsh? yes, but that's my experience.
Truth is, we're always off course seeking feedback, just like an airplane. It's our choice if we want to fly or not.

"I'll tell you the guaranteed recipe for success, double your rate of failure" Thomas Watson

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