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There are two times of the day when it is easiest to reprogram your subconscious mind - when you wake up and before you sleep. During this time, your brain is in a ‘theta’ (hypnosis) state. Do you wake up grumpy or eager for the day? Do you go to sleep reviewing everything that went wrong that day, or do you reflect on what you are grateful for? “Your subconscious mind is most at home when you are unconscious-when you are asleep. If you spend the last five minutes of your day, which so many people do - reviewing all the things that you don’t like, all the things that didn’t work out, how terrible you feel, who abused you, who was mean to you, who said this or who did that, and you’re constantly doing this kind of thing with your mind; then you are programming your subconscious mind - because you are now about to marinate for the next 8 hours, in your subconscious mind. Then when you awaken, you will rejoin the universal subconscious mind, the mind of God, from which we all originate. So you want to be real careful about how you reprogram your subconscious mind. What you place in your subconscious mind as you are about to go into this deep slumber is all dependent upon what you do the last three or four or five minutes before you go off to sleep. You want to place into your imagination whatever you have placed into the ‘I am that’ that I spoke about earlier... [I am well, I am content, I am peaceful, I am happy, I am prosperous, I am abundant]." - Dr. Wayne Dyer

Listen to the full talk by Wayne Dyer on Youtube.


Use the last 5 minutes before you fall asleep to reflect on what you are grateful for and the positive aspects of your life. When you wake up, feel excited for the day and tell yourself or say out loud, “today is going to be a great day!” Try to hold that thought for the entire day and watch things shift.

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