If you’re absentminded, then I invite you to focus on this article. Don’t worry – I’ll be quick, and I’ll make it worth your while.
Maybe your constant daydreams frustrate you. You bump into things, miss key details when folk talk to you, overlook the beauty in front of your eyes…
Or perhaps you were it as a badge of honour. You’re absentminded… like a professor. Like an eccentric genius. You’re not mentally flaky – you simply have a rich, inner world.
Either way, self-hypnosis can help you.
Yes, either way.
Because when you use it right, it’ll supercharge your focus while also enriching your inner world.
A tall order?
It sure is – and here’s how it works.
Some self-hypnotic trances require you to lose yourself in a mental landscape. And I mean that literally. You’re lost because you don’t know where you are, where you’re going and what’ll happen next.
Other people struggle to immerse themselves in their mind like this. Something tells me you’ll have no problem.
Then, at the same time, you focus just enough to achieve some outcome – like greater relaxation, confidence and creativity.
In other words, you strengthen both focus and unfocused thinking.
I said I’d be brief, so here’s the link you should read to learn more:
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