(06-10-2014, 04:58 AM)Below Average Genius Wrote: There is a series of self improvement tapes regarding the brain using holograms to store its images. I came across them while working for a small company about 25 years ago.
There is a similarity between holograms and brains. The entire holographic image can still be seen even if the image is torn in half. Standard photos torn in half reveal just half the picture.
When a person has a stroke or a brain injury and loses the ability to talk, if they can recover one word, then they have the potential to recover their speech pretty much in its entirely.
So like a hologram, the speech is there even though the brain has been "torn in half."
Holograms are electromagnetic fields. So this gives credence to the idea that like attracts like and to the law of attraction.
What we hold as images in our minds gets attracted to us.
So if we create strong images of negativity, that negativity will be attracted to us thereby "proving" our negative thinking. Then we can say, "I told you so - the world is a negative place." No, you were a negative place and your world gave you what you created.
The quickest method I've come across for eliminating the magnetic negative images we hold in our brains is called "The Release Technique."
It's simple and quick. Lots of subconscious thoughts can be released in a couple minutes nearly effortlessly without having to 'deal' with them consciously.
It helps us to move from thoughts to beingness which is love.
A man named Lester came up with the technique. He was a physicist and engineer. But he was also dying from heart disease at the young age of 42. A victim of two heart attacks already, his doctor told him to get his affairs in order because his days were numbered in weeks or months.
Lester figured he probably created his condition and decided to let those conditions go. Fortunately for the rest of us he came up with a repeatable method that anyone can do. Lester lived another 42 years and never needed to see a doctor again. He died happy, and lived happy, too.