The sensible way to be lucky - expect the best
Develop an optimist's mind-set using hypnosis and make your own 'luck'
We'd all love to have a crystal ball which would tell us for sure how things are going to turn out. We don't have one, so we guess - things are either going to go well or badly. If you've had a few bad experiences in life - been cheated, let down, injured, and so on - it makes sense that you tend to think things are going to turn out badly.
If you expect the worst, and it doesn't happen, that's a miracle. And if the worst actually does happen, you will have the satisfaction of being right - the pessimist's comfort zone.
Why pessimism is bad for you
Adopting a view that things are likely to turn out badly more often than they turn out well, has been shown to measurably increase the number of bad outcomes experienced. You could say this person is just 'unlucky', and that the bad outcome was somehow out of their control. The link between control and a bad outcome is true in some instances, but research tells a different story about 'luck'.
Research shows 'lucky' people generate their own good fortune
Research carried out by Professor Richard Wiseman, a psychologist at the University of Hertfordshire, has uncovered the real explanation why 'lucky' people (who naturally expect the best), get more out of life, and 'unlucky' people (who naturally expect the worst) have such a hard time of it.
Wiseman discovered that 'lucky' people generate their own good fortune via four basic principles:
- they are skilled at creating and noticing chance opportunities
- they make lucky decisions by listening to their intuition
- they create self-fulfilling prophesies via positive expectations
- they adopt a resilient attitude to life that transforms bad luck into good. (1)
Wiseman's fascinating research showed that pessimistic people, who expected things not to go well for them, consistently miss positive opportunities, even when these are put in front of them in the most dramatic way possible. It is as if they become 'blind' to opportunities.
Fortunately, even if you've developed a pessimistic attitude to life, in response to your experiences, or perhaps influenced by the culture of cynicism and skepticism around you, it is still possible to cultivate a new optimism, and actually learn to expect the best. And the easiest way to overcome ingrained attitudes and outmoded behavior patterns is to avail of the power of hypnosis to change your mind.
Open your eyes to the opportunities around you
Expect the best is an audio hypnosis session which will enable you to discover how to really open your eyes to the opportunities around you. Through deep relaxation, Expect the best will first allow you to establish an optimum learning state in your mind and brain. You will discover a new and positive use for your carefully honed skills of skepticism.
When you listen to Expect the best, you will find yourself naturally developing your own creative and intuitive skills in ways that will amaze you and transform your life.
Download Expect the best - and prepare for lift off!
(1) The Luck Factor, Hyperion Books, April 2003
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