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A strong desire, determined by the right motivation, will provide you with a powerful start. It is very important that you correctly understand why you need this program
Think about what you are going to do the program for. Motivation is the key to success. Do you have to or do you want to do this? A strong desire, determined by the right motivation, will provide you with a powerful start. It is very important that you correctly understand why you need this program. If you think about it, like what you are forced to do for the sake of health, it will not have the same effect as if you want to do it. Duty never has the same driving force as desire.
We always find the time for what we want to do. When we are seized with a burning desire for something, we go an additional kilometer and turn the planet upside down. This feeling is usually a subconscious impulse. You see something and want to have it. The desire arises almost unconsciously, and the stronger it is, the faster you master its subject. However, there are ways of cultivation or formation, even if at first you experience hesitation or oppose him.
Motivation - this is the cultivation of desire, which will help you overcome all obstacles and succeed. Although the exercises described below seem to be quite simple, I used them many times to work with patients. Perhaps, they contain the secret of achieving the goal, which now may seem difficult to you or even completely unattainable.
EXERCISE 1. IMAGE YOURSELF BY ANOTHER
Close your eyes and imagine your life today. How do you look and feel today? What aspects of your health are you unhappy with?
What does it mean for you to look and feel younger? How can this be felt?
What would mean for people close to you to eliminate violations of your health?
What benefits would bring you cheerfulness, vigor and clarity of consciousness in social, financial, spiritual and emotional plans?
Imagine these possibilities. Feel how the spark of desire turns into a fire when you begin to feel the possibility of change. Find out your motivation for diligent implementation of the three-week program. Make sure that you are fully aware of why you are doing this.
EXERCISE 2. MAINTAIN THE CLEANING JOURNAL
To enhance the effect, keep a record of the feelings experienced by you during the program. I recommend starting this journal with notes about your motivation, your initial state of health, and then record all changes that occur with you. You will also probably want to note the effect that food will have on your body, which you will reintroduce into your diet at the end of the program.
Records do not have to be on paper - you can use a computer for this purpose.
Write down your presentations from the first exercise. Short comments will be enough.
Then make a list of the results that you would like to achieve by the end of the program, both physical and spiritual.
This list should include any new habits, especially in eating and drinking, that you would like to replace with old ones that do not benefit you or interfere with the realization of your potential. Most people know what that means.
As the program is carried out daily or every few days, make notes about your feelings and changes in your health. Daily records of events are always useful. But they are of particular interest in times of rapid transformation. Information about changes in appearance, in the functions of the body, energy level, mood and overall health will prove to be very useful for comparison in the future, when you continue your long journey through a healthy life. In the future, they can serve as a motivation for the re-run of the program and help you decide on the best choice for you nutrition and lifestyle.
EXERCISE 3. SPOTTOGRAPH
Memory is deceptive, especially visual. Take a picture before and after the program. You will be interested to compare these two pictures. Make sure that they are made from the same distance and in the same perspective. Choose a background as simple as possible, so that nothing distracts the eye.
EXERCISE 4.
CREATE SUPPORT SYSTEM
We are social beings and work best when we rely on the support of others. Take care that the main people in your life know what is ahead for you, and contact them for help. Involving a friend or partner in a joint program will not only make this event more entertaining, but will also increase your chances of success.
Fill out the "Health Check" questionnaire in Chapter 1 before and after the program. A detailed explanation of what motivated you to implement the program will help you refresh your memory in the future. Many of us have selective memory and filter out negative memories. This is one of the reasons why we again and again face the same problems. Records about how you looked and felt before and after the program, will be for you a testament to the fact that changes for the better happen when efforts are made to it.
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