I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Crystal Dwyer, author, speaker, life coach, and hypnotherapist. In her book, “Pure Thinking for Pure Results: How to Purge Messy Thinking Can Make or Break Your Life”, Dwyer examines the ways in which our subconscious thought programs and thought processes deeply affect our personal and professional success. Her book intrigued me. I’ve certainly been the victim of messy thinking and I’d bet that most inventors have too. Are you subconsciously sabotaging yourself? The reason why you haven’t been able to bring your product to market might be a little deeper than you think…
First, Dwyer identified several keys signs that indicate an individual may be seriously suffering from messy thinking. Individuals who have talents they want to share, but for whatever reason, are unable to do so. They’re stopped in their tracks every time, even though they’re talented. Secondly, individuals whose relationships keep ending or failing for the reasons/in the same manner. They know what they want, but self-sabotage stops them from getting it. And thirdly, individuals who, no matter how satisfying or “good” their life is, are anxious, depressed, angry, or dissatisfied. What is at the root at that dissatisfaction? Dwyer explained.
“We have a lifetime of subconscious thought programming we’ve accumulated. We’re not aware that we’re processing all these thoughts through the subconscious filters we’ve created. Depending on what filters you’ve created, your life and experiences are processed differently.”
Most of us have had negative experiences. If those negative formative experiences are creating negative filters, it makes sense that we’re generating negative energy – without realizing it.
Dwyer’s book outlines the steps necessary to rid your life of messy thinking. The first third of the book addresses the making over your mind. The second third identifies the “seven pillars” of transformation. And the final section instructs the reader how to implement these new transformations.
“My ideology is not about reaffirming, ‘I’m worthy. I’m great. I’m great.’ It’s much more than that. It takes deliberate effort to rework how we think and process. It’s only after you come from a place of raw honesty and truth that you can begin rebuilding,” said Dwyer.
Stephen Key is a successful award-winning inventor who has licensed
over 20 products in the past 25 years. Along with business partner
Andrew Krauss, Stephen runs inventRight,
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