Practice Creative Visualization and Make Your Dreams a Reality

Have you ever set out to complete a goal then ended up all over the place with it. . . . expending energy and focus inefficiently, and ending up with poor results?

Understanding how your brain works in the goal attainment process is crucial.

Welcome to the Innercise® on creative visualization! Here’s where we use proven psychology and the latest advancements in neuroscience to help you visualize your goals into action and accomplish your goals and dreams.

Innercise: Practice This Powerful Technique to Release Your Fears

Have you ever missed out on an opportunity because you were afraid?

Fear is an insidious obstacle. Sure it used to keep us alive, back in the days of dwelling in caves when large, predatory animals were roaming around the territory. A keen awareness and clear focus saved many of our ancestors’ lives.

Nowadays, there aren’t as many real threats to our immediate survival. Inside your brain, however, you have the same fear circuit that your cave-drawing ancestor had.

Instead of flaring up when a mountain lion is nearby, your fear circuit responds to more modern terrors (i.e., fear of public speaking, fear of flying . . . fear of failure, or fear of rejection).

The trigger is different, but the fear response is the same, and your non-conscious mind doesn’t know the difference between something that’s real or something that’s in your imagination.

Increase Willpower for Goal Achievement to Have It All

Do you believe that willpower is a finite resource? Once you use some, you have a little bit less?

It can be easy to attribute poor decisions made at the end of the day to a lack of willpower. Have you ever felt like it’s harder to say no to a second beer or a slice of cake at the end of a long day?

Although the idea of “willpower depletion” has been widely popularized, it’s not a completely accurate account of what’s going on in your brain . . . 

Get Unstuck: Get Out of your Comfort Zone! Use Your BrainPower!

The daily decisions we make create our reality. And our choices shape who we are as individuals.

In this day and age, most of us are programmed to make decisions based on fear, low self-esteem, and a lack of willpower.

So instead of making bold moves, we end up stuck in the comfort zone.

Innercise: Transform Your Limiting Beliefs into Powerful Epiphanies

Albert Einstein. Emily Brontë. Isaac Newton. C.S. Lewis.

These are some of the greatest writers and scientists in history . . . and they all have one thing in common: they were notorious daydreamers!

Numerous studies in recent years have shown that the right kind of daydreaming can sharpen your mind . . . and help with problem-solving and long-term planning.

Neuroscience Top 3 Secrets 4 Success

Everything is made up of energy. So thoughts must hold immense energy, right? If we think negative thoughts, we attract negativity and unfavorable outcomes; if we think positively, we attract positive people and experiences into our lives.

So, if you think about it, the secret to success depends on the quality, frequency, and intensity of our thought patterns. If you’re not getting the results you want in your life, it may be time to become hyper aware of your thinking mind.