There is a better person in all of us and they are waiting to come out. This is especially true if you are suffering from a lot of bad behavioural patterns or need to kick a few undesirable habits that are detrimental to your health. Being a better person doesn’t always mean being better for others, but it also means changing and stopping yourself from doing the things that could potentially wreck your life or hold you back from experiencing the successes that you deserve. Let us take ambition for an example.
Some of us have an immense drive and energy to constantly improve ourselves and some of us do not. For the latter, we are quite content to work on the things that life hands to us and view the top of the mountain as a waste of effort and energy. We normally have low energy levels and often recluse ourselves, subjecting our lives to a monotony of circular activities that have no benefit to us at all. Comfortable with the familiar and insecure with new changes. What about if we have a bad habit like smoking and drinking? There is no physical need for these activities but the mind often tells us that we need to perform them to serve a function and make us feel good. The problem with the world today is that they view nicotine and alcohol as drugs that are purely causing the addiction driving these two industries. I would argue that they are not.
I would say that it is the experience of smoking and drinking and what we associate it with that drive us to do it more and more. It is the feeling of comfort, ease, relaxation and loss of stress that we experience that is more addictive that the actual substance itself. Addiction is a sensory application that we need to recognise, and blaming a chemical compound will get us nowhere. Mental associations are very powerful forces indeed because they are rooted in the subconscious and they reproduce sensory stimulants/memory that cause us to re enact these moments through our bad habits. It becomes so routine that the mind releases chemical reactions before, during and even after the process so that we crave, we are satisfied and we crave some more.
What do you get when you combine the two? A person with no ambition and one who is driven to death with his addictions. The mind is tricking you and it is time to fight fire with fire. Science and the personal development industry has stepped in and given us the tools that we need to fight the persuasions rooted in the cerebral cortex. Binaural beats, subliminal messages, autogenics and biofeedback are just some of the technologies that are available from medicine and science – for the end user to make use of. Become a better person by attacking the root of the problem – and soon you will see a change in yourself like never before. Trick the mind and become a better person today with brainwave entrainment technology.