Conscious Programming – “The Art of Self-Creation”

The conscious aspect of the mind has the ability to program the subconscious mind, yet we have to first realize that they actually speak (work by) different languages. The conscious mind is abstract and thinks in terms of verbal language as words that lack behavior as actualizing, whereas the subconscious mind is experiential and emotional in nature and speaks in terms of pictures and sensory images as life-like realities that mimic actual memories. The conscious mind programs the subconscious (body awareness) through the imagination as an inner vision that transforms an abstract idea into a conceptualized reality. The imagination as the mind’s eye takes a basic idea, and through the process of applying it to a specific situation or set of circumstances, reinterprets it by personalizing it. We imagine it “as if” we were actually experiencing it as a real life situation. This creates the idea as a living pattern equivalent to a memory, which the subconscious uses to produce behavior that “acts out” the same scenario as a real life experience.

By imagining the desired idea as a reality, we not only create a pattern for application, but also create it as a believable possibility that we simultaneously identify with through the enactment. This creates the desired reality as an inner reality that the subconscious superimposes on the outer reality, organizing and reinterpreting it accordingly. The mind constructs realities by how it composes ideas to give them meaning. The meaning we give an idea determines how we experience it. Meaning shapes experience. It takes the imagined reality as an actual experience, which integrates and incorporates it through an accumulative effect that modifies the current paradigm as a system of beliefs based on memory (living realities) as a unification of the physical with the spiritual that provides a new template for generating thematic realities as analogous correspondences. It creates experiences that are of the same nature as a form of theme.


We take an abstract idea as a universal theme, and create an inner reality as a template that produces a frequency that’s used to magnetize and organize the outer reality as being of a similar nature. It won’t be exactly the same as the inner imagining, because it can only use elements in the immediate environment that are of the same frequency and therefore lend themselves to telling the same type of story. The outer experience will be of the same nature and basic idea of the imagined reality based on what’s available in the immediate environment that can be used to orchestrate the experience as a congruent theme.

Ideas, as feeling experiences, represent a vibratory frequency that attracts what is of the same nature and therefore has the same inherent tendencies that can be used to express the same idea as a joint reality. Whatever is of a different frequency, likewise, is simultaneously repelled. We only “see” ourselves (what matches our paradigm) in others and our environment, even though many other possibilities coexist within the same space and time. What is of the same nature as us we not only notice and give attention to (it stands out), we simultaneously allow to enter into us (energetic sympathy), stimulating an inner reaction (resonance) to it as a result. This is what we refer to as chemistry that produces a natural interaction based on an affinity of sorts.

When we allow ideas to readily and willingly be introduced into our mind, and take hold by thinking about them, we are allowing ourselves to be “programmed” by others or an external source. We then become subject to it because it acts to “tune us” to the same vibratory frequency as a joint reality that we create inward using our own mind. We allow ourselves to be determined – created – by outside forces. This is the result of the subconscious and passive aspect of the mind as our animalistic (body) nature that can be readily trained and domesticated by outside influences that we align with and allow to control us. We are influenced by another mind that imposes a direct influence on us, dominates by introducing an active force as an idea that’s willingly accepted by our passive and receptive mind, that controls us by absorbing and commanding our will.


When we give our will to the service of another by conforming to them, they act to control us and determine our behavior, which also shapes our identity accordingly. We enter into a sympathetic relationship with them, and through suggestion that acts to modify and manipulate our inner reality, we respond to them in a very predictable way. They train us to behave in a certain way by how they interact with us. Through the emotional quality of their communication, which acts as the hook for seating ideas in the imagination, allowing them to take hold long enough to develop them into personal realities by thinking about them in a compulsive manner. They “give us” emotional thoughts that are theirs, and we adopt them and then act to develop them as our own. This forms the basis of what we refer to as the “group mind” which is ultimately a form of subliminal mind entrainment designed to train people to certain types of behavior that they mistaken for their own.

Once we understand how we use our mind to self-create by creating internal realities that become the living patterns for outer realities of the same nature, we can withdraw our mental and emotional power from the group mind, and use our imagination to self-create in unique and individual ways instead. We can program our own mind and body by creating inner experiences of our desired reality, then enhancing them with sensory details, while infusing them with very positive emotions that magnetize them by making them compelling. Positive attracts and grows, negative repels and diminishes. To “become” by growing ourselves, is achieved through positive and active means, while allowing our negative, self-sabotaging aspects to fall away and subside, because we no longer keep them alive in our imagination. Fill your mind constantly with what you desire to experience and how you want to feel as a result. Sense yourself in very desirable ways that will shape your identity accordingly and will form your character as the means of bringing ideas into physical form as experiences that are self-perpetuated and performed by you!


Dr. Linda Gadbois

Transformational Coaching

Personal Transformation

About the author:
Dr. Linda is a Spiritual Scientist and scholar of Hermetic Sciences and Ancient Wisdom traditions. She’s a professional educator and trainer for all areas of personal transformation, self-creation, mind development, and soul/spiritual evolution. She practices Integrative Medicine with a special emphasis on Psychology and Creative therapies. She conducts ongoing classes, Playshops, and Adventure Seminars, and is available for private or group training, mentoring, and speaking engagements.
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Spiritual Practice: Emotional Cleansing & Surrendering our Passions

Like so many spiritual ideas that actually lay the foundation for practice as the means of self-development, they tend to be misunderstood in the most fundamental way. This is also largely due to the fact that the spiritual and physical world exists in polarity of each other as a dynamic relationship of ideas going through a step-down process to become physical realities. The idea of “emotional cleansing” and purging yourself of all passions is one of the most misunderstood ideas that underlie the very foundation of all spiritual practices. Many see this as meaning that you should rid yourself of emotions in general and all forms of physical pleasure that we call passions as desire of some form. Passions in this sense, refer to strong desire for some form of physical pleasure and fulfillment that don’t take into account the physical, psychological or spiritual consequences of the actions involved.

What this idea is really referring to isn’t a purging that makes you emotionally void, and therefore dissociated, cut-off, and unable to experience pleasure, but is referring instead to “orientation”, and the intimate connection that exists between thought and emotion, and which one is acting to stimulate and produce the other. In our understanding of laws and how they operate to create and govern reality, we also realize that in order to create in both the physical and spiritual worlds, we have to always operate by way of laws. How we use laws to consistently create physical realities born out of the spiritual realm of archetypal principles, determines our ability to move freely between the two corresponding planes that actually act to directly reflect each other.


All reality from a purely psychological perspective has four basic components, as an idea that has a three-fold aspect > thought and the equivalent (matching) emotion, that produces behavior as the result of their combined expression. These four aspects are always connected and unified creating our perspective and perception, out of which we birth corresponding realities. Of these four aspects, thought and emotions form the “inner” component as the gradation between the invisible ideas that becomes the basis for the outer physical reality, based on how the idea is formed into and internal representation as an emotional thought-form.

Thought and emotion, can also be thought of as masculine and feminine elements that play off of each other and act to stimulate each other in a congruent manner, birthing an outer reality as the combination of the two (Father, Mother, and Child). If we are stimulated emotionally from an outside source, it produces automatic thoughts as the expression of that emotional state. Likewise, what we think about and form into visual images in our imagination stimulates an emotional reaction to our own thoughts. The thought coupled with the emotion, determines what type of idea we shape in our mind, which forms the pattern for how we behave.

water is life

Emotions are the currents of energy that run through the physical world that connect us to everyone and everything around us. All stimuli that come from an outer-external source are emotional in nature. While emotions are universal in nature and something we share not only with each other, but with animals and life in general, thoughts are personal creations that vary with every individual, and of course, only exist in the higher mind of humans. So while our thoughts are unique to us, emotions are universal and affect everyone in a similar manner, producing automatic thoughts that form our reaction (behavior). In the animal world, feelings and emotions direct the actions of animals in an automatic fashion as the behaviors inherent in the species. Emotions prompt animals to behave without a rational (or creative) thought process. They don’t associate individual thoughts to emotions creating imaginary realities that vary greatly between individuals, but simply perform predictable behaviors appropriate to the emotional stimulus. This is why animals are always sensing and in-tuned to the emotions of humans, because it indicates what behaviors they’re prone to. All behavior, in the most basic sense, is emotionally driven. You can predict someone’s behavior based on their emotional state.

As humans we are multidimensional beings, and have a physical aspect that we share with the animal kingdom and are receiving emotional information all the time, but we also attach thoughts to emotions, usually as memories of some sort created while in the same emotional state, and whatever emotions we’re being stimulated with determines what memories we reference, access and associate to our current situation, that produces our behavior. Emotions, when being received from our environment, control our thinking in a subliminal, yet very direct and pronounced way, that determine what ideas we run through our mind in response to them, how we create our internal experience of things by how we use the emotion as a means of interpreting everything. In this sense, like animals, our intellectual capacities are controlled and utilized through primal forces that enter into and “infect us”, literally possessing us by expressing “through us”, and shaping us according to our animalistic nature, or what we commonly refer to as our lower-self. When we are controlled by and live out of our emotional states (in a haphazard way), we create illusions in place of objective reality and keep ourselves “tuned too” the thoughts and perceptions equivalent to the emotions and the behaviors that result from them. Through this primary unconscious state of automatic illusion driven behavior, we create experiences that render direct consequences.

Emotions are what connect the purely energetic realm of thought to the physical realm of bio-chemistry, where our body’s chemistry is produced by our thoughts. Recognizing the laws operating through this dynamic relationship, we can realize that by changing the orientation of emotions producing thoughts, to thoughts producing emotions, we can learn how to regulate and determine our own experience of reality and our biochemistry. When we give our attention to certain ideas (principles), and think about those ideas, we produce the chemical equivalent of our thoughts as our emotional state, which connects us “through that state” to the same state in everyone and everything around us. When we think of beautiful thoughts, we become the chemical equivalent of those thoughts. Our thoughts determine our emotions and produce our perception, which becomes the reality we live out of.


Higher knowledge as ideas form thoughts and emotions necessary to produce the behavior that makes it a reality as a personal creation. Higher knowledge can only be accessed through equivalent emotional states. The types of thoughts we’re capable of tuning into are based on our emotional state as our “frame of mind” or mood. The basic process of idea forming thoughts that are married to like emotions that form their physical expression through behaviors that we employ in an automatic fashion because of them, works in both directions. In the unconscious sense, we are given our emotions by our interactions with others and the events of our life, that stimulate automatic thought-processes that form an imaginary reality as the idea formed by the combination of the emotion shaping the thought into a conceptualized representation, that forms the inner reality that becomes the structuring mechanism for interpreting our outer reality to be the same. If we choose to reverse this process, and focus on an idea (as a principle) as higher knowledge, that we form into a visual image by thinking about it, that acts to stimulate the equivalent emotion in response to, and through that state form our behavior and how we interact that simultaneously creates our physical reality and what consequences we draw on ourselves by way of our actions.

So the idea of cleansing yourself of emotions and passions, means to become aware of how you’re being emotionally stimulated all the time, either by others or by your own thoughts, and by becoming aware of how you’re being infected by emotions, you can refrain from reacting, and consciously not let the emotions enter into you, and take hold, and not allow them to produce an affect in you as a result. We can remain unaffected by our physical surroundings, and instead concentrate on ideas that produce very positive emotions in response to them, that keep us tuned to more of the same type of thoughts, while simultaneously producing the nature of our behavior and how we create in the world. We can only access whatever thoughts match our emotional state. The one directly reflects the other as its equivalent.

Passions are a strong desire for something as the desire “for it” or as the means of uniting and becoming one with it. Whatever we feel passionate about, we love and feel strongly towards. Passion is a form of desire for what we love. Whenever we love something, we seek union with it. We seek it out with a desire to merge into the experience of it, and become one with it in body and soul. By developing a passion for something we magnetize ourselves to that idea. We seek out the experience of being with it. In uniting with it in thought and emotion that creates an inner experience of it as us, we identify with it, and shape ourselves in a very powerful way (connect strong emotion to an idea) to be like it through the experience of it. We form emotional attachments to what we love and whenever apart, the separation is felt as emotional pain that warrants suffering and grief.

Man with conceptual spiritual body art

Again, recognizing this as a natural law and learning to work with it and create by way of it, we know that it’s not about eliminating all passions, but rather forming a passion for the right thing. By developing a love for the Divine, and seeking union in body and soul with the Divine, we form a passion for union with God that magnetizes us to the higher planes. Through love (law of union) and desire (an emotional connection to what we love) we form union with our love, and form our identity out of the experience the union brings. We experience ourselves as our Divine nature, and develop a strong love for the spiritual realm, that causes us to naturally ascend into it. It creates a magnetic, gravitational field that moves us towards it with a sense of eagerness and anticipation.

So this idea as a spiritual practice that works according to the natural laws that govern the physical and spiritual world, are more about shifting our orientation from one where the physical realm employs the spiritual, to one where to spiritual connects to and produces the material. It’s shifting our center of gravity as our point of initiation that works in an intelligent manner with the law of cause and effect, placing the spiritual realm of ideas as principles in the position of cause, instead of effect. The only difference is how we orientate ourselves as the vessel through which the laws systematically operate. We are always creating ourselves by either being one and the same with the spiritual realm or one with the physical realm, and how we identify with our own experiences.

Like most spiritual practices it comes down to learning how to take control of our own natural processes that shape us by way of them. By learning how to control our own mind, instead of letting our mind control us. Spiritual practices which are the employment and practical utilization of universal laws, teach us how to discipline ourselves to refrain from emotional reactions that render us unconscious while producing behaviors that are creative in the most fundamental sense of “cause and effect” and render direct, and often immediate consequences. By developing a fundamental understanding of laws and how they work, we are provided with a “process for creating”. Not by acting against natural principles, but rather by re-orientating ourselves to work more efficiently by way of them!
Dr. Linda Gadbois

Transformational Coaching

Spiritual Sciences

Soul Science

Personal Transformation



About the author:
Dr. Linda is a Spiritual Scientist and scholar of Hermetic Sciences and Ancient Wisdom traditions. She’s a professional educator and trainer for all areas of personal transformation, self-creation, mind development, and soul/spiritual evolution. She practices Integrative Medicine with a special emphasis on Psychology and Creative therapies. She conducts ongoing classes, Playshops, and Adventure Seminars, and is available for private or group training, mentoring, and speaking engagements.
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The Art of Goal Setting – “Creating Resolutions that Work”

In gaining an understanding of how we manifest as a personal process that utilizes the willful use of our mind, we can create a new way of looking at an age old tradition of making a resolution as a means of consciously self-creating and imposing a desired direction on our life. Creating comes by choosing what you will create as apposed to just existing in the current pattern that’s running your life. In order to work within the laws of the mind, we need to transform it from the idea of a goal as a statement, to a well-formed outcome as an actual experience. By creating a goal as a holistic idea that embraces the psychology involved in creating, we can learn skills at working more proficiently with our “whole mind” instead of fragmented parts. While the language of the conscious mind is words as abstract and conveying only personal meaning, the language of the subconscious mind is feelings, emotions, images, impressions, and actual experiences. The subconscious mind which builds and maintains the body while also producing automatic behaviors, is programmed through imagining goals as actual experiences. While the conscious mind can be perceived as having the ability to “choose”, the subconscious mind can be thought of as the “will” that serves to act out the choice by producing the behavior of its fulfillment.

The other immediate mistake people make, is they set goals that are negative in nature, and then use the creative power of their mind to create the very thing they don’t want. The mind can’t process a negative command. It doesn’t work by forming mental impressions around what “not” to do, or of what you “don’t” want. It works by interjecting a suggestion as an idea that’s imagined as a reality in the mind, while forming feelings around it or in response to it that creates a pattern as an actual experience that serves as a program for the subconscious mind to produce as an outer experience that matches the internal experience. We first create inwardly what we want as an imagined reality, which becomes the template as a perceptual filter that forms our outer experience as a correspondence to the inner. A goal must be stated in positive terms. Not in terms of what you don’t want, but in terms of what you do want. You form the goal or wish into an actual reality as an outcome or as an actual experience.

For example, if your goal is to lose 20 pounds, then the mind has to picture the 20 pounds you want to lose. Keep in mind, anything we can lose, we can also find again. Because you are not providing it with an image of the desired result, it sees the 20 pounds and the meaning you give it (fat, ugly, unattractive, unhealthy, sloppy, etc.) as the reason you want to lose it, as the actual emotional reason for creating it. The negative command literally says, picture this, feel this way about what you’re picturing, and give me more of it as a means of making me feel the same way. The emotion we attach to the image, is also speaking in the language of the subconscious which it sees as a request for “more” as a pattern for fulfillment. This is why as soon as you profess the need to “diet” as a means of losing weight, you simultaneously form irresistible compulsions around eating more, or eating the things you say you want to “resist”. Behavior is emotionally driven and is how the subconscious mind creates. You don’t focus on the fat that you want to lose, but instead you create an idea of how you’ll look and feel when 20 pounds lighter. You imagine your body in the shape you want it, how you’ll look, how your clothes will fit, what you’ll be telling yourself about how you look and feel, what others will be saying, and so on. You create the desired outcome the goal is intended to produce as an actual reality. You imagine it “within” the experience of it.

When we use language to define a goal, it’s abstract in the sense that it doesn’t always have behavior attached to it. It doesn’t indicate an experience or the process necessary to achieve it. It’s not creative unless it serves to direct our behavior, that is to say, give the subconscious mind a pattern for producing the actual reality. Our mind creates by an understanding of how the conscious mind has the ability to direct and command the subconscious mind by giving it directives in its own language. Words as ideas must be transformed into feelings as imagined experience of the desired outcome and what you will feel as a result in order to give the subconscious mind an “experience” as a pattern for fulfillment. The mind works by creating a perceivable and therefore believable reality as a means of fulfillment by associating an experience to a desired feeling. In order to produce change, language must be converted into experience. We have to look at what the language indicates, see it as an analogy or symbolic of a desired feeling, and create the experience of it as an actual reality, then while holding this in mind, embellish it with strong emotions of desire, adoration, admiration, respect, honor, and so on, and allow these emotions as they escalate to form feelings of gratitude and appreciation which sets an expectation for them. What we expect and look for . . . we find and get.

Dr. Linda Gadbois
Integrative Health Consultant and Spiritual Mentor

Creating a Vision Board


4 Steps to Getting What You Want

While we entertain the idea of success requiring long and elaborate schemes and strategies to achieve, in reality, it only requires four basic steps. If you do these four steps, you can achieve anything you set out to achieve.

4 steps to success:

1) Know what you want

2) Realize what it takes to do it

3) Be willing to do it

4) Do it

Sounds simple right? What usually happens in a situation is a person really doesn’t even know for sure what they want, and instead hold a vague and obscured idea of what they want, while focusing almost exclusively on what they don’t want or fear is going to happen instead, while conjuring up manipulative schemes on how to change what they don’t want. Then, even when they realize what they want and what they must do to create it, they’re not willing to do it, and so attempt to create it with whatever behavior they’re comfortable with, even while knowing it won’t produce the outcome they’re trying to produce. Instead, they continue doing what they’ve been doing and are comfortable with, while doing it more intensity or in a more pronounced way, while hoping it’ll produce a new result.

What’s the definition of insanity?
Doing the same thing while expecting a different outcome.

So once you realize what you want and what it’ll take to produce it, and are willing to do it, you then have to discipline yourself to actually do it. It’s the actual practice that produces the equivalent physical results. You’ll only get out of it exactly what you put into it. Yet discipline doesn’t have to come by forcing yourself to do something you don’t want to, but rather by learning how to use your mind in new and creative ways that are actually enjoyable and empowering.

Creation and transformation are not something you bring about simply by thinking about it, but rather by actually doing something. You have to first form a clear idea in your imagination of yourself doing it, and then actually go through the motions of doing it. You have to gear all of your behaviors to align with the desired outcome. You have to eliminate any behavior that acts to contradict it. When going into a situation where there are a lot of uncertainties and unknowns, you need to hold the desired outcome in mind and use it like a navigation system to direct and streamline all your behaviors. Pay attention to your own thought processes to insure that you don’t fall back into old tendencies that’ll sabotage your current creation by reenacting old behaviors.

If you’re not sure what you need to do to create the outcome you desire, then find somebody you know that has done what you want to do. Find someone who has created a similar idea to yours, and then study them to find their strategy. What was their mind-set, their attitude, and how did they actually go about it as a process? Once you elicit their strategy, you can use it to form your strategy in a similar manner, while adapting it to your unique differences and circumstances. You can model their behaviors and practice adopting the same mental attitude and outlook.

Once we know what we want to create and have a strategic process for creating it as an ultimate outcome, we need to simultaneously realize that in order to achieve it we need to lead others psychologically to form a state of cooperation. The best way to do this is by communicating with them in a way that forms in their mind the idea that we want them to participate in co-creating. We then communicate it through an emotional expression that makes it compelling and desirable. We engage them emotionally in a way that produces the natural behaviors necessary to act out and thereby create the desired experience as a process with a specific outcome. As we go along and the creative process is in motion, we monitor feedback in a consistent manner, and interject whatever form of communications we need to make the adjustments we need to make to keep the situation moving in the direction we want it to go, producing what we intended to produce as a variation.

So always start any creative process with a clear and specific idea of what you want as an outcome or experience. Train your mind to focus repeatedly on what you want and what needs to be done. Then form your communication out of that outcome as if it’s already true, forming it as a reality for yourself and others. Communicate with positive emotions in a way that forms in your mind and everyone else’s involved, the idea you want them to cooperate in creating and with the emotions you want them to act out of as a means of creating it. Our willingness to do something comes largely by how we form it as an idea in our mind, what emotions we associate to it, and what we tell ourselves about it that forms either an eagerness for it, or an apprehension around it.

Communication begins with how we talk to ourselves as imagined thought-processes that form an inner experience of the desired outer experience. When we realize that we’re apprehensive about doing what we need to do to create what we want to create, we have to look closely at how we’re presenting the idea to ourselves and what we’re telling ourselves about it that makes it apprehensive. Examine it for the emotional quality motivating it and the belief involved in how we’re presenting it to ourselves, then work directly on ourselves to learn how to tell a new story about the behaviors necessary to perform it in an intentional and deliberate manner. We have to present the idea to ourselves in a way that makes it compelling and enjoyable to do. We have to reform it so it creates a feeling of enthusiasm at the thought of it, knowing what we’re going to make happen by way of performing it.

Allow yourself to always notice that the creative force in any idea is the feeling that compels it into existence through us. When we get an idea that’s inspiring and causes us to aspire towards it, then realize that in order to do it we have encounter our fears and step outside our comfort zone in order to “act it out” and thereby producing it, we can have a tendency to create a feeling of pain and suffering “around” doing what we need to do. This internal experience affects every aspect of how we self-express, and comes across in how we communicate it through our actions and the very nature of our communication. This is the most basic form of self-sabotage. We have to realize that the idea as a vision for reality and the process for creating it are unified by the “feeling” we embody and “act out of” as the means of creating it.

How we experience the process will determine how we experience the outcome it produces. If we struggle and suffer to do something, we’ll only act to create more of the reality of suffering and struggling. The feeling “is” the experience of both the process and the outcome, which is only maintained through continuing the process that created it. Whatever feeling we attach to an idea that produces our emotional state in producing that idea as an expression, only acts to give us more of the same feeling once it becomes a reality. The outer reality is the equivalent to the inner reality, united by the feeling that animates the idea as a pattern or design for creating. Whatever emotion we attach to an idea determines how we use that idea to tell a story as an expression of the emotion, which simultaneously produces natural behaviors as a direct reflection or expression of our inner state. This is a cosmic law, and is always true. Something created in misery, only produces more misery. Something created with enthusiasm, amplifies the feeling of enthusiasm in it’s creation.

So when you form a clear idea in your imagination of what you want to create in your life, then you come to the part of “how” to actually do it, what it’ll require on your part to produce, notice your own response, and what it creates as an inner feeling around the behavior or actions necessary to do it. If it’s fearful, apprehensive, or conflicts with your values in some way, work first on transforming your own attitude necessary to perform it in a way that makes it enjoyable, exciting, passionate, or serving a higher purpose. See it for the good it’ll produce, how it’ll benefit others, and what it’ll contribute to the betterment of humanity. Form all the behaviors and actions necessary to produce it out of very positive feelings. Recognize the fear and limited beliefs involved, and find somebody else who’s successfully done what you desire to do, and elicit their style and strategy for doing it. Then practice imitating it by modeling it taking on the same mind-set and cultivating it internally. Cater your approach to the same type of approach, and run the behaviors through your mind as a mental rehearsal. See and feel yourself doing them with a sense of playfulness and enjoyment, or in a way that’s passionate and charismatic. Change the meaning of what you’re doing so that it supports your values instead of undermining or contradicting them. Form your behaviors as a performance in your mind until you get it just like you want it. Then repeat it several times until it starts to come naturally. Then dedicate yourself to practice, modifying whatever you to until you get it just right. Until it starts consistently producing the outcome and type of experience you desire.

Dr. Linda Gadbois
Personal Development Consultant and Transformational Coach