I was reading one of Deepak Chopra's books this morning about the mind-body connection and how you can't separate them. The book said, "You become what you think about," which made me reflect on this mornings workout and how I was combing the muscle exercise and the mind together at the same time. Every time I work out this way my results are always better.
Just like we have external muscles we have internal ones as well. Your thoughts and beliefs can get you where you want to be faster than physical effort alone. The amazing wonder of the brain is once you create a positive loop in the way you think, your subconscious mind takes over, so you can work on something else.

Individuals who have low self esteem and lacks confidence, always seem to feel bad; whereas a confident person with heightened levels of self esteem always seem to feel good, so what makes the difference? For the first person a negative thought process took over and for the second person a positive thought process took over. Our mind cycles over continually, human beings have around 70,000 thoughts a day most of them being pretty much the same. So if you are confident and optimistic, that will naturally cycle over the same way a negative thought pattern can cycle over. The point is you want to be on the positive cycle.

My clients will normally say things such as, "I have never had good self esteem or I've never been confident." Invariably I will ask them, "Are you confident that you've never been confident?" Of course they have confidence in that belief which makes what I do easier because I can help them reverse the negative belief that is holding them back by creating a positive loop in their thought process.

When your thoughts begin to change, so will the people around you because the world is interconnected. If a person were to walk in the room right now and was fuming with anger, without saying a word, you would immediately pick up on their signals. Likewise a person who oozes self confidence, self worth and heightened self esteem carries an aura that attracts attention wherever they go. My clients behaviors change immediately following their session because I help them change the way they think and feel about themselves.

"Its never too late to be the person you want to be."

-Napoleon Hill

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Author's Bio: 

A Master trainier in NLP & Hypnosis based in Harley Street, a member of The London Press Club and a freelance writer for a number of international magazines