The Three Components to Success

by | Feb 27, 2014 | Success Strategies

 “Our job in this lifetime is not to shape ourselves into some ideal we imagine we ought to be, but to find out who we already are and become it.” – Steven Pressfield

At some point in our lives, we have all dealt with sickness. Our bodies are actually designed to maintain optimal health. But not all of us are healthy.
Every time we have a health problem, we should be asking ourselves, “What stress is causing this problem and how can I get rid of it?”

This occurred to me after one of my team members got sick…for THREE weeks!

I decided to use my gift and do some energy work with her. She was better the NEXT day.
In 2001, Dr. Alex Loyd, Ph.D., N.D. discovered the Healing Codes. The Healing Codes, are a simple and powerful self-healing system and a form of energy medicine, similar to the energy work that I do.

In an interview with Darius Barazandehhe offers a startling outlook on the self-help industry. According to Dr. Loyd, only 3% of participants in the self-help industry are truly successful. He calls it the “dirty secret” in self-improvement circuit that is only talked about behind closed doors.

Every time you do energy work, it activates a physical function built into the body that consistently and predictably removes the #1 cause of illness and disease from the body . . . stress.

This is done by activating powerful healing centers and allowing the neuro-immune system to take over its job of healing whatever is wrong.
I’m sharing this with you because if you are falling short of your dreams, there is an underlying reason.

Here are three components to success:

  1. Locating and purging the viruses in your internal software. In other words, all the goal-setting and personal will in the world will not bring you the success you desire if it is in opposition to your subconscious programming. For instance, you press on, trying to create a life of success, but if your underlying belief is “I am not worthy of success,” you will constantly fall short of your dream.
  2. Updating your internal software through new programming. Energy work is a quick way to set up a new energetic pattern, but writing affirmations and reading them daily could eventually plug in new and powerful beliefs, just through sheer persistence.
  3. Creating an inspired plan of success and acting on that plan. Dr. Loyd points out that most of the self-help industry is focused on this latter step.

A winning formula requires all three components of success. How are you implementing them? Share your thoughts below and let’s start a conversation.


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