Nicola Tesla once said, “if you wish to understand the universe, think of energy, frequency, and vibration.”
My endeavor into sound frequency technology began during my first year of financial work.
I hadn’t delved into Nootropics yet and was relying heavily on caffeine to keep up with my workload.
During this phase, I felt utterly exhausted all the time.
No matter how much I slept, I still felt drained after a few hours of work and came home every day with nothing left in the tank.
I still remember the days of energy shots followed by naps followed by more caffeine.
My breakthrough in regards to energy was when I discovered Kratom.
Soon after that, I began working diligently on projects of my own, with all the intensity I had grown accustomed to in the world of finance.
The entrepreneurial road demanded focus, clarity, tenacity, and conscientiousness at levels I could not achieve without taking my concentration to another plateau.
Self-mastery was the only path that would lead me to total mental, spiritual and financial freedom.
Breakthroughs in mastery come from achieving a flow state or what athletes call ‘the zone.’
In the zone, your brain enters a higher frequency somewhere between the ALPHA and THETA wavelengths where you can draw from your intuition, as well as your rational mind.
This makes it possible to recognize opportunities or solutions you may have not considered before.
The closer you get to a flow state, the more feasible it becomes to hurdle mental obstacles you have constructed out of fear and insecurity.
The flow state is where important things get done.
You know the next step that is needed to achieve your goals? The one you keep putting off because of the excuses you invented?
They go something like, “I’m not ready yet,” or “I’ll do it tomorrow,” or “I need to finish this that and the other first.”
Most people in this generation will never enter a flow state.
They are too busy distracting themselves with social media, porn, Netflix, news, and any of the thousand other options for shallow entertainment.
Every distraction takes away your momentum, keeps you at a lower vibration, and therefore, out of flow state.
So, how do you get into a flow state?
The first order of business is to refrain from activities that keep you out of your zone.
Practice deep focus.
Turn off your phone during creative time. You won’t die.
Set a window of time to focus solely on your work and do not answer emails or texts until afterward.
You will need to utilize time, but you must also forget about time.
Time is an obstacle to mastery.
Every masterpiece was produced with a complete disregard for time.
If your mind wanders, let it. But don’t revert to lower frequency activities (Youtube, social media, etc.).
You may say, “I’ve been working for an hour. It’s time for a break!”
Or “I’m hungry. It’s time for a snack!”
Have you ever noticed that anytime you’re on the verge of making a major breakthrough, there seems to be some force trying to pull you back to ‘reality’?
That’s your homeostasis. It is designed to keep you safe but has become a bit outdated.
Homeostasis wants to keep you in the most comfortable (and stagnant) state possible. It also prefers misery to the unknown.
When pursuing your innermost ambitions and desires, it may tell you that you are stupid, confused, in over your head, in danger, hungry, horny, etc.
You must learn to ignore it.
Your flow state might be just a few minutes past your current attention span if you could only stay present for a while longer.
Energy and focus are the building blocks for the flow state, but they are not the critical element.
The key element is your subconscious mind.
Tony Gwynn – one of the greatest hitters in the history of Major League Baseball – believed that mind was the determining factor in one’s reality and the cornerstone of greatness.
Skills and natural abilities mean little if you do not believe that you can accomplish what you have set out to do.
Wealthy people frequently become depressed and beautiful people become anorexic.
This is because nothing will ever be good enough unless you have instructed your mind to believe so, and you will never achieve what you have set out to accomplish if you cannot feel gratitude for what you have RIGHT NOW.
Albert Einstein said “The intuitive mind is a sacred gift, and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.”
Napoleon Hill, the author of Think and Grow Rich, recommended writing affirmations and repeating them to yourself over and over.
You don’t have to know how you will do it. But you must really believe it will happen, somehow. And you must believe you are worthy of it.
Affirmations work because they plant the seed of your aspirations into your subconscious mind, which is always working for or against you.
Steve Job’s said “You can’t connect the dots looking forward you can only connect them looking backward. So, you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something: your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. Because believing that the dots will connect down the road will give you the confidence to follow your heart, even when it leads you off the well-worn path”.
Without the aid of your subconscious, your climb will be much more difficult.
On a long and tumultuous journey, your subconscious mind may begin to say, “you can’t, you’ll never make it, it’s fine just the way it is.”
Imagine, if instead, it said “we’re almost there! don’t give up! keep going! nothing can stop you!”
You can raise your vibration by changing the nature of your subconscious thoughts.
The optimal way to do this is to subject yourself to positive subconscious affirmations.
If I had to choose a time of day to get this done, it would be first thing in the morning and last thing before falling asleep.
The reason is that you are most suggestible at these times.
The technology I use can be played all day long though.
It’s called InnerTalk.
If your job requires a lot of interaction, you can always play the tracks on your way to and from work, as well as on your breaks.
I believe in InnerTalk and think EVERYONE should use it.
The self-hypnosis programs are incredibly effective.
I have used dozens of different sources for binaural beats and sound frequencies.
Many of them sound nice and are indeed relaxing, but InnerTalk has the only technology that literally puts me into hypnosis.
This is a powerful substitute for physical exercise in the afternoon, to recharge and get in a few more quality hours of work.
The non-hypnosis programs are designed to be used at any time, so I frequently listen while writing, researching, reading, and brainstorming.
I have found that the background music and affirmations on Innertalk’s non-hypnosis programs are second to none for elevating focus and motivation, as well as improving outlook and belief in my mission.
Programs I have used include:
- Genius Power ~ Subliminal
- Miracles ~ Subliminal
- Opposite Sex (Confidence with the Opposite Sex) ~ Subliminal
Additional topics range from sales to weight loss to financial freedom, and there are several patented technologies you can choose from.
Each of the technologies is designed to be used in a manner that gives you maximum benefit according to Dr. Eldon Taylor’s research.
You can choose from the following technologies:
• OZO and Echo-Tech
• Power Imaging
• Platinum Plus
You can read up on each of these by clicking this link.
Dr. Eldon Taylor, the creator of Innertalk, has been developing these programs since the 1980s and has accumulated a ton of research.
If you want to start on the path to mastering your craft, I strongly suggest you use InnerTalk on a daily basis.
If you do, it is very likely that you’ll start thinking more positively and be more motivated and energized to accomplish your desired goals – whatever they may be.
You can download an MP3 right here.
Until next time,