San Diego, CA (PRWEB) November 28, 2012
After years of working hard and not achieving their financial dreams, many people give up and settle for less, concluding that they’re simply not meant to have more money and wealth.
But a group of leading brain researchers dispels this notion, pointing out that income is a merely result of a lifetime of conditioning and deeply rooted beliefs and habits. The secret to achieving greater wealth, according to these experts, is to first replace the neural circuits or brain patterns that are producing the thoughts, emotions and behaviors that keep them stuck financially.
“What most people – including financial experts – don’t realize is that the amount of money you can earn and accumulate is ultimately controlled by your hidden beliefs about yourself, emotional desires and your ability to manage your fear of success or failure,” says John Assaraf, featured teacher from the hit movie and book, “The Secret,” and founder of Praxis Now, a research and development company that creates powerful evidence-based brain retraining tools and programs.
“Science has discovered that everyone has a financial ‘glass ceiling’ – a certain level of wealth that your emotional mind believes is OK for you to earn and accumulate. If you really want to increase your wealth, you have to shatter this self-imposed limit by changing your financial self-image or ‘financial thermostat,’” he says. “Many women have suffered from a social ‘glass ceiling’ that have kept them earning less than men. The questions are why – and how can it be changed?”
Assaraf explains that person’s emotional (subconscious) and logical rational mind must be in agreement or in “coherence,” as brain researchers call it. “If the two parts of your mind don’t agree, they’ll be in a state of neural dissonance, always fighting each other and undermining your ability to achieve your goals,” he says. “Your emotional brain will unconsciously dismiss any suggestions or actions that will help you make more money, and you will sabotage your success at every turn. This is the reason so many people who set New Year’s resolutions fail to meet their expected result.”
To help entrepreneurs, homemakers, employees and high achievers change their internal financial self-image, Praxis Now is hosting a live, 6-hour “Brain-A-Thon” featuring 5 top neuroscientists and brain experts. Participants will discover cutting-edge, scientifically proven strategies to change their self-image, beliefs and habits about earning more income and achieving financial success and freedom.
The faculty includes:
“Brainscan studies have proven that you can re-wire and strengthen the key areas in your brain that control your conscious thoughts, as well as the subconscious feelings and emotions that influence every financial and business decision you make,” Assaraf says. “We’re creating this event to share the latest research, as well as how to apply the right brain-training methodologies and technologies in the right way, so participants can replace the limiting beliefs, behaviors, and habits that are currently keeping them stuck.”
“Shattering Your Financial Glass Ceiling” is a free 6-hour virtual training program through Praxis Now. Registration is required. To sign up, visit http://praxisbrainathon.com/