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Al has been trusted by some of the most amazing men, women and children to help guide them to a state of mental control. As a result, many clients heal themselves in the process. He has worked with a wide range of clients including pro athletes in various sports, multimillionaires, actors, musicians, business executives, moms and children.
I invite you to take an 11 day challenge! You can choose to do the visualizations in order, or pick and choose as you please. The goal would be to have 11 consistent days so that you can experience the benefit of training your brain!
Take time to write down at least twenty life victories to start building your positive fuel list. Then sit with them every morning and breathe them in. Feel the success of the moments and see the person that you are in them.
PREPARING FOR YOUR DAY
Create a practice every day for five to fifteen minutes where you breathe in through the nose and out through the mouth to center your body. During that time visualize your day. Create an elevated thought around your actions. See yourself being more present. Take this as far as you want.
RESET YOUR PERSPECTIVE
Create a "Reset Your Perspective" exercise. To do this, combine your victory list with a visualization. With your eyes closed and breathing properly, see a timeline of your life in your mind as if you are looking at a horizon. See how many things you have accomplished and have overcome.
GROWING THROUGH ABUNDANCE AND FLOW
How are you motivated to change? Is it only when life gets painful or there is a problem? Look back at your life and see where you have changed. See what motivated that change. There are only two paths to growing-the path of pain and struggle and the path of abundance and flow.
GETTING CLARITY ON THE SITUATION IN FRONT OF YOU
When you find yourself in a challenging situation, take a look back at all the small choices you made that put you there. See how much they mattered to the overall outcome. Let this exercise put you in a more mindful state as you make choices in your everyday life.
OBSERVING MY HUMANNESS
How often do you observe your actions and choices? Take time at the end of the day to reflect on your day and look for moments when you reacted with your ego or humanness. These will usually be tied to one of the more uncomfortable emotions such as impatience, fear, doubt, lack, worry, or some version of any one of these.
BREATHING IN MY TRUTH
How often do the negative events outside of you, or even the ones inside of you, affect your energy and bring you down? If you said often, then that would be normal because it typically does that. The challenge I ask you to take up is to find an energy within you through visualization and breath and focus on it every morning.
How often is your mind either in the past or the future? Are you looking at the mistakes of the past, or worried about the future? First, take a day to observe your thoughts. Keep a tally card to mark each time you are either in the past or future. That night, reflect on how many times you were out of the present.
How seriously do you take mental preparation? If you want to be ready for a conversation, meeting, sale, or new stage in life, you have to mentally prepare. Then you don't leave it up to chance.
Take time to observe you body and how it feels when you are stressed. Notice where you are stressed. Notice where the stress goes. Take time to sit down in a chair and do some deep breathing. Focus on that breath, in through the nose to the body-specific part. When you breathe out, feel that area relax.
Think about how blessed you are to have the body you have. What would it be like to celebrate it through movement today? You don't have to train simply because you're overweight or want bigger muscles. Move your body to say thank you. How would it feel to train with gratitude versus feeling you are not enough?
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