How To Hypnotize Yourself To Be Magnetically Attractive to Money
Note: Please be aware that this course is filled with conversational hypnotic language patterns that are designed to be undetected by your conscious mind. Every module of this course IS hypnosis. Some of it is wide awake, some of it is more traditional eyes closed sessions. Some of it is in there form of stories or songs. Each of which plays it’s part in your transformational experience. The more approaches we take and techniques we use the more powerful your ability to sustainably magnetize yourself to massive abundance and prosperity in your life.
It is all designed to communicate directly to your unconscious mind a prosperity and abundance mindset with enough novelty and repetition to literally magnetize yourself for money. You may notice changes right away. Or not. Some unconscious minds like to change fast and dramatically, others like to take small little baby steps in the right direction until one day you look back and notice that everything you dreamed of being possible is possible and your life looks more and more like the one you want to be living…
Now. Here’s the course. Mastering the energy of money is one of our key, foundation areas of mastery.
Why do I love myself so much that I recognize my abundance and riches Now?
Why Do I I strategically intend to MAGNETIZE MYSELF TO MONEY?
Why Am I MAGNETICALLY ATTRACTIVE to Money?
How Can I be more and more magnetic to Money Every day?
Ready? Then let’s BEGIN!
Part 1: Introduction – What Is Money?
Part 2: The Time For Dollars Lie vs. Creating and Delivering VALUE
Part 3: Exercise – Wide Awake Hypnosis Practice (Session #1)
Part 4: A Radical Model of Exchange
Part 9: Exercise – Wide Awake Hypnosis Practice (Session #2)
Part 10: Eyes Closed Hypnosis For Money Session
Part 11: Ideas vs. Relentless Practice, Application & Execution
Part 12: Why Am I Magnetically Attractive To Money?
Part 13: Why Am I Good With Money?
Bonus 1: Interview with my 88 Year Old Dad, Lewis M. Shepard.
Bonus 3: Destroying Limiting Beliefs Around Money