Change Your Bad Habits For Good

Published: 26.04.2008
Updated: 12.03.2009

Saturday, April 26, 2008

If you are willing to change your habits, then it is necessary to understand the procedure that will bring about that change. We have seen angry people change. We have seen transformation in those who had instincts of fear and ego. But change could be seen only after the complete course of the procedure was followed.

The process of hypnosis is a fruitful method for altering one's nature. A man's hand is in good condition. Hypnotise him and tell him that your hand is filled with blisters. Those blisters will actually erupt. Our physical body works according to our suggestions and feelings, and our brain also supports it.

The next state is sleeping. Suggesting to someone who is in sound sleep is also an important practice. If his habits are not good and we want to change those habits, a good practice is to repeatedly ask him to change while he is asleep. His brain will catch those suggestions even when he is asleep.

Today, some scientific experiments are being carried out of teaching lessons to students while they are asleep. A practitioner of preksha meditation knows that one should practice autosuggestion about five to 10 minutes before falling sleep. As he keeps on repeating these suggestions, he may fall asleep. These suggestions will actually be fruitful, vital and successful. They will work right through the night and will trigger change. The gross consciousness stops working when we are asleep. Only the subtle consciousness is active during that period. Hence, a resolve is easily grasped in sleep. Many schools have experimented the technique of "suggest-ology", which has been very effective for students and has accomplished desired results.

The purport of the above is that the suggestions given when we are active or unstable do not reach the subconscious mind. In other words, we can say that the vibrations produced by the suggestions are not strong enough to enter the inner world, because instability obstructs and weakens those vibrations. In contrast, the suggestions that are given in stable states are grasped by our consciousness because we are completely relaxed in these states.

Today, neuroscience has proved the fact that we can bring about alterations in our old habits and transform them into new ones through our own efforts. But to do so, we have to follow the complete procedure of transformation.

Sources
 Daily Pioneer - by the efforts of Mr. Lalit Garg.
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