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Ken Ward's Mind Mastery Course

Your owner's manual for your brain - that you never received or never read.

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Where there are different ways for us to represent things in our minds, then we may experience conflict because we may alternately use one representation and then another.

First of all, identify the conflicting parts.You have a part responsible for X, do you not? Notice the internal representation for each part.

Allow each part to flow out through you to rest in one hand.

Ask each part what they agree with about the other part. Ask each part how it could be even more effective and powerful, if it had the resources of the other part? Ask how each part could help you and be valuable to you.

Allow the resources to pass from one part to the other and notice how they begin to look more and more like each other.

Notice how the hands begin to come together as the parts move more and more into agreement.

When the hands come together and the parts are united bring them into your body and let them unite with you. You may notice powerful thoughts and emotions when the parts come together.

Check how this process has changed you and your thinking.

If there are any disagreeing parts, then repeat the process with them.


Suppose that you think you ought to do more exercise, but never seem to get around to doing it.

Ask, you have a part that is responsible for (wanting to get more exercise), do you not?

Allow this part to move through the body and into one hand, perhaps the right hand.

And there is a part that is (preventing you doing more exercise), is there not? Ask this part to move through the body into the opposite hand, say the left hand.

Ask the part that wants you to do more exercise what it does for you? In the example, the answer was 'health'.

Ask the part that stops you getting more exercise, how it helps you. In this example, it gives you more time.

Ask the part that doesn't want to do exercise, whether it agrees that health is important, it says yes. This is a resource it could use from the other part. Now asking this part what is more important results in the answer health. The parts immediately began to look similar and the hands began to move closer together.

In this example, the parts very quickly united and did not take much negotiation. This often happens. However a lot more