Overcoming procrastination can be one of the most difficult challenges, especially if you try to do it on your own. There are a lot of things in life that hold people back. However, it is usually their own tendency to procrastinate that hurts them the most.
In Peak Experience – Overcoming Procrastination a Rhythmic Approach by Dr. Lloyd Glauberman, a special technique known as hypno-peripheral processing (HPP) is used to provide you with the ultimate power of your subconscious mind. Hypno-peripheral processing uses a series of specially recorded voices for hypnotic purposes. The way it works is simply by providing a series of positive suggestions in a “story-telling” fashion. The series of stories slowly breaks down your conscious mind and opens up the path to your subconscious mind, which therefore makes you more open to positive suggestion.
As the program progresses, you find yourself more hypnotized by the techniques used and therefore effectively digesting the advice and tips offered. All help is provided in a subtle fashion, but manifests itself in a big way. In Peak Experience – Overcoming Procrastination a Rhythmic Approach, you’ll discover how to finally put an end to putting things off and discover how to make better use of your time so that you have more time for the other things you want to do with your time.
The program also focuses on using dual induction sensory overload techniques. It is achieved by telling more than one story. Each of the stories told in this series are so interesting that your mind tries to focus on listening to each story, but in the process, becomes overloaded and therefore, fails to digest all the information. When this happens, the conscious mind is bypassed and put into a deep state of relaxation, which is what allows the mind to open and digest the positive suggestions being provided.
Peak Experience – Overcoming Procrastination a Rhythmic Approach by Dr. Lloyd Glauberman also makes use of Eriksonian Hypnotherapy techniques by offering a series of positive story-telling techniques and metaphors. Because both the conscious and unconscious mind are being used, both conscious thought and action are activated, which causes both brain hemispheres to work together in order to create resolutions for all of the goals you wish to achieve.
Procrastination is simply the act of putting off till tomorrow what you could be doing at this very minute. The reasons people procrastinate vary. Some people are simply lazy and do not feel like putting forth the effort. Others somehow believe that they will be able to acquire the things they won’t without taking action, but unfortunately end up left behind and disappointed because their dreams were never fulfilled.
When you procrastinate, you lose time. Time is life. In Peak Experience – Overcoming Procrastination a Rhythmic Approach by Dr. Lloyd Glauberman, you learn to stop procrastinating. The techniques are embedded into your mind and fully absorbed because of the effective techniques used. The result is that you are finally able to quit putting things off because you feel the desire to get up and act. You’ll start making things happen right now instead of wasting yet another second of your life.