Now, the number seven key to wellness is the most powerful one, and one that I literally prescribe to almost every client or patient that I work with, and it is the most overlooked. This one technique is worth the price of this book alone, and
that is: you need to be at peace right now at all costs. What takes your peace away? Change and accepting it or avoiding it.
But, you also need to see yourself at peace one month from today. More importantly, and this one I use on almost all my clients and patients, and that is, how do you see yourself one year from today? Are you at peace? What’s around you? And I break it down. What are the family members and how are they? I call it the five F’s, family, faith, fun, finances, and fitness. If it’s working with a patient, “One year from now, you’re totally well, dis-ease free. Yes, you’re free of dis-ease. Surrounded by a loving family. You’re in a great environment. You love your work, (if you work). You can’t wait to get there. You’re at ease and you’re at peace, and your finances, abundance just flows.”
So here’s the “Aha”
This is the powerful part. When you see yourself one year from today at peace (real or unreal), and at ease, your body instantly responds. Second of all, the Universe begins to provide everything you need to be in that situation, and it’s an accelerated speed. So, if you see yourself at a beach house, you see yourself selling coconuts, whatever, the opportunities start appearing. The Universe starts getting aligned and whatever you’re moving towards starts appearing.
The third thing, and it’s the most important thing, and it’s my theory, is when you fill your consciousness, remember I said consciousness, with that picture and you hold that in your conscious thought, the unconscious cannot allow anything in its thought that conflicts with it. What I mean by that is: if consciously you do not see a picture, you’ve just given a blank screen to the unconscious to create and do whatever it wants, real or unreal. So, by filling that picture, you’re directing the unconscious to go into that direction.