IS WHAT GETS YOU STARTED
IS WHAT KEEPS YOU GOING
If you've ever lost motivation for a new fitness regime after only exercising a hand full of times...
It’s likely because the thought that got you motivated to start the fitness regime in the first place, was no longer at the forefront of your mind when you decided to stop. It got replaced by something else, something more important, and then something else again, and before long the thought to exercise was at the back of your mind, and with it went your motivation and enthusiasm too.
The solution is to keep the ‘feeling’ you had when you decided to start the fitness routine, at the front of your mind, in order to keep you motivated to exercise long enough for you to form the habit.
In focus-repetition to create feelings like motivation, we use ‘visualisation and affirmation' as this is how our mind stores and processes information.
‘taking an action at regular intervals in order to make a desired behaviour change’
‘making conscious thoughts, into subconscious actions’
Your conscious mind is the goal setter and your subconscious mind is the goal getter.
Focus-repetition solves the problem our brain has of not being able to keep our goals and intentions at the forefront of our mind, long enough for it to compel us to take the actions we need to take to achieve our goals or convert them into habits. Which is more understandable when you consider we have around 12,000 - 60,000 thoughts a day, according to the national science foundation.
Did you know?
Your subconscious mind doesn't distinguish the difference between what you imagine to be happening and what is actually happening! It’s why athletes use visualisations to improve their game. It’s why you can get yourself in a state simply by thinking about something. And it’s what makes focus-repetition such a powerful technique. Please be careful what you focus on!
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