Positive Self-Talk

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Positive Self-Talk


Remember when we were kids and we got programmed? And we end up living out those programs? They actually get wired into our brain. We've learned that we can literally rewire our brains with the right self-talk.


Positive self-talk uses repetition to wire positive new programs into the brain, by listening to them daily, in the same way the brain was designed to be programmed in the first place.

In Positive Self-Talk, each listening session consists of specially-worded self-talk messages, which are repeated in a precise way. With repetition, these self-talk messages 'wire' word-for-word positive new attitudes, choices, and actions into your brain. Positive self-talk, practiced in this way, rewires the brain for success, in each area of your life.

WHAT IS the best self-talk "subject" to begin with?

Start with the subject you’d like to work on most, as your first “focus” subject. Listen to sessions from that subject at least once each day for up to three weeks. Meanwhile, you can also listen to other subjects at any time, but continue to listen to sessions from your “focus” subject daily.

How long does it take to notice the positive effects of listening to self-talk?

Although it usually takes a minimum of two to three weeks to begin to form new programs in the brain, you can expect to notice a difference in your attitude almost immediately, and changes in how you’re thinking in even a few days of listening. The longer you listen, the more ‘permanent’ the new programs become.   

How old do you have to be to start listening?

Self-talk can be listened to at any age – from infancy on. There are even special self-talk sessions specifically designed for young children.

HOW is self-talk different from "affirmations"?

The self-talk in these sessions differs from ‘affirmations’ in many ways. Affirmations, which became popular in the 1960s, are typically general or spiritual in nature, and are usually read or stated only infrequently. The positive self-talk in each of these sessions, on the other hand, is made up of specific, recorded directions and instructions that you give to your brain through intensive daily repetition, by hearing them. Instead of occasionally repeating a single thought or two, self-talk is designed to wire your brain with an entire language on a broad variety of subjects — a complete, positive vocabulary of success. What you wire in, will determine how you live, and how successful you will be.

What is the listenINg schedule for self-talk?

There are times during the day that are especially effective for listening to self-talk. The first is when you're getting ready in the morning. Listen to the self-talk in the background while you're preparing for the day. When you listen each morning, you're literally setting yourself up mentally to have a more successful day.

Another good time to listen is just before you go to sleep at night. (Many people wear earbuds and listen to self-talk sessions while they're falling asleep.)

Listen to Self-Talk in the "Background"

Listening to self-talk does not take up any of your time, because you listen to it in the "background." Many people listen to self-talk sessions while driving or riding to work, at lunch, working around the house, or in the background sometime during each day, while they're occupied doing something else. You do not have to focus on the self-talk for it to be effective. Just let it play in the background as you're going about your day.