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If you go to the fence in your backyard and tell your neighbor the following, he will probably have you committed!

“I am always calm and relaxed.  I am 100 percent healthy.  I am an absolute genius.  I am always successful.  Absolutely nothing bothers me.”

Because of the Puzzle Factory Syndrome that every man, woman and child is affected by, the idea is to give yourself, in your mind, only good commands.  Do not waste your time telling your neighbor because he will not understand.  If you shout it out for everybody to hear, they might lock you up.

Here is an example of where our teachers are trained to reward failure:

A young student comes in the classroom and says, “I am extremely good-looking. I am smart as a whip. I have a very smart pet. My Mom is beautiful and my Dad is handsome like a movie star. I live in a wonderful home. I always have a good time. I love school. Taking tests is a snap. I remember everything I read.”

The teacher, in a gruff voice, will probably tell that child to take his or her seat and quit being egotistical.

Then the next child comes in the classroom, head down, dragging along, saying something like the following:  “I am just dumb. I hate tests. I can’t wait for school to be over. I cannot concentrate. I am just not smart like everybody else. My pet is ugly and hates me. My Mom and Dad do not listen to me. I worry all the time. My life is not worth living.”

The teacher notices this and says to the child, “Come here and let me give you a hug.”

Now you tell me how backward that is. Why reward that type of behavior?

Now you can see some of the reasons why our schools are failing our kids!

For you teachers out there, say to yourself, “When I teach, I am the greatest teacher in the world.  The students that I teach are the smartest students in the world. Under these conditions, everybody enjoys the class. Everybody learns. Everybody looks forward to the class.”

There are twelve laws of the Subconscious.  When you understand and use these laws, you will understand why I have said what I have said.

  • Disclaimer: Stay in touch with your Doctor and do as he says and tell him about your new way of thinking, speaking and acting.

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