Well, yes it is and we are all victims of seeing only 'what is' rather than 'what can be'. My view is if we all spent more time on 'what can be' rather than worrying about 'what is', we would all be achieving more of our goals, faster.
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Gold Coast, Australia (PRWEB) December 5, 2008
Australian company, Day Spa for the Mind, believes that visitors can change their lives by literally 'changing their mind'. The company claims that their series of online hypnotherapy and meditation 'treatments' will help those seeking personal development to address their concerns about life, love and money. Could this be a timely remedy to the economic and global woes of today's world?
The phenomenal popularity of Rhonda Byrne's The Secret, and the now almost mainstream new age philosophy of The Law of Attraction, has left some searchers of life's secrets curious but still somewhat mystified as to how to apply its radical principles of attracting the perfect life.
According to teachers of the Law of Attraction, we all have the power to create the life of our dreams simply by shifting our vibration to match the vibration of the things we want to attract. If we want wealth, for example, then all we need to do is get into the feeling of wealth and hold that state of emotion (or vibration) for wealth to arrive in our lives. Easier said than done.
In response to the lack of practical tools to allow those wanting to apply these universal laws, Day Spa for the Mind believes they have the answer: "We are all driven by daily pressures, deadlines, obstacles and challenges that confront us, and even though we all know taking some time out to relax, meditate and focus will yield enormous benefit, most of us find it really hard to tune out. We have too much going on in our minds," explains Mr Duy Huynh, creator of Day Spa for the Mind.
"It's a symptom of the information age, so it's ironic that the solution is also online. Log in, select an area of your life you want to work on and sit back and relax. Your mind might wander at first, but that doesn't matter -- because the work is done at a subconscious level."
Huynh believes the online 'treatments' which combine relaxation, meditation and hypnotherapy principles will help unclutter the mind, and open it up to receiving the positive vibrations carried in the music and hypnotic programming.
"It's not that we want people to live life in a state of hypnosis, quite the opposite; through using the treatments, we hope people will breakthrough their negative habits, or resistance, and unlock their power to consciously create their lives."
Its long been understood by leaders of our top companies that success needs to be visualized before it will materialize. Whilst some top CEO's have an innate ability to do this, most of us need more help. Day Spa for the Mind treatments include a visualization component taking users on an imaginary journey into the life they want to live… and allows them to 'fill-in-the-gaps' of what they want to create.
Perhaps a nice distraction, but still a far cry from reality is it not?
"Well, yes it is and we are all victims of seeing only 'what is' rather than 'what can be'. My view is if we all spent more time on 'what can be' rather than worrying about 'what is', we would all be achieving more of our goals, faster."
Covering its bases, the online subscription service also includes a nifty goal setting workshop which allows visitors to 'consciously' plan their life goals with the site sending daily or weekly reminders. This tool along with the first treatment is free to use, with full membership starting at $15 USD, demonstrating that peace of mind is an affordable undertaking. More information at Day Spa for the Mind
Day Spa for the Mind is a service provided by InteractiveIQ, a leading eLearning and multimedia development company focused on producing high performance corporate learning tools, featuring music by Japetus at Visionary Journeys.
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