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Mindful Meditation and Self Hypnosis for Exam Performance

Mindfulness Meditation and Self Hypnosis for Improved Exam Preparation

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Meditation for Exam Preparation

For more information on learning how to harness the power of your unconscious mind  easily and effortlessly you could call me now on 071 863 7398 or email me immediately on miles@lifeshifts. co.za

Have you ever done well at something after needlessly worrying and stressing about it? Like exams!

Do you hate exam time?

The thought of failing and the consequences that might follow? The stress?

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if your study techniques and exam preparation could prepare you for exams in a relaxed and peaceful way?

Logically we know that the worrying itself does not actually do any good.

My mother always used to ask me why worry when it won’t actually help my exam performance. I hate it when she asks stupid questions that I can’t answer.

I do have an answer to “Why we worry”, but I will cover a more important question first.

Far more important is “How Can We Stop?”How can we can get a grip on those anxious, negative thoughts that pervade our conscious minds and how can we covert that energy into something very positive instead?

The answer lies in your own unconscious mind. Call it what you like, Self Hypnosis, Mindfulness, Meditation; they all help you access natural resources of relaxed competence whilst eliminating the flight and fight response that creeps up on you.

And when you get anxious and worried, the more that you try not to, the more that it happens.

Have a read through this article for more information.

http://www.wellbeing.com.au/newsdetail/Mindful-exam-performance_000908

The article I have referenced and linked hereto makes mention that nutrition made no difference in this particular study.

However, we know that there are four ways of changing and maintaining an emotional state; and nutrition is indeed a vital part.

State Control and State Elicitation

1. Change Your Focus, (What are you focusing on? Your beliefs, memories, traumas, positive thoughts, happy places?)

2. Change Your Physiology, (how you sleep, rest, move, breath and stand)

3. Change Your Chemistry, (and that includes food, colorants, additives, sugar, tobacco and medicine)

4. Change Your Language, (the words you use as well as the natural languages of your brain, in NLP terms; these are your modalities)

Nutrition, Exercise, “Focussed Mind Power” and “Mind Mastery” are all elements of a successful plan of preparing and studying for exams.

Learning how to offset stress with deep relaxation techniques is also vitally important.

You can achieve all of the above through Mindfulness, Meditation, Focused Mind Power, Self Hypnosis and Neuro-Linguistic Programming. All of which are offered in a workshop, and one on one basis, at Lifeshifts Coaching in Port Elizabeth.

For more information on any of the above “Focussed Mind Power Techniques” you could call me now on 071 863 7398 or email me immediately on miles@lifeshifts. co.za

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