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MENTAL EXERCISES TO GROW TALLER

MENTAL EXERCISES

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Mental Exercises To Grow Taller

This  will play a very crucial role in helping you achieve your goals. It is important for you to keep an open mind and review this section. Your emotional state and mental faculty can greatly influence your height.
You need to have faith and genuinely believe that you can still grow taller. Forget about what you read or what people tell you.
Every morning, after getting out from bed, say out loud to yourself that you have grown taller. And every night before you sleep, tell yourself that you are going to grow taller. Your mind would believe in what it chooses to believe and your body is going to react to your mind. Therefore, you need to programme your mind so that  your body is in its best condition for growing taller.
Refrain from measuring your height everyday. Just stick to your plan and measure it only on a monthly basis.You will be surprised to see how much taller you have grown. Your mind is a powerful thing to waste.Scientists say most people use around fifteen percent of their total mental capabilities.
Learning how to manipulate your mind is easier than you think.
Guided Imagery
Guided imagery has been described as creating images in the mind (sights, sounds, and feelings) to increase
physical and emotional healing. Positive images activate the nervous system, sending neurohormones (chemical
messengers) through the bloodstream to specific cells, where they trigger healing activity, according to Lucille
Eller, R.N., M.S.N., principal investigator at University Hospitals, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio.
Guided imagery has a documented effect on heart rate, blood pressure, respiratory rate, brain waves, body
temperature, and more. It can enhance individuals’ general state of health and well-being or used for specific
goals, such as bone growth.
Imagery is the most fundamental language we have. When we recall events from our past or childhood, we
think of pictures, images, sounds, pain, etc. It is hardly ever by words. Images aren’t necessarily limited to
visual but can be sounds, tastes, smells or a combination of sensations. A certain smell, for example, may
invoke either pleasant or unpleasant memories for you.
It is estimated that an average person has 10,000 thoughts or images flashing through the mind each day. At
least half of those thoughts are negative. Affirmations and visualisations are used by athlete everyday. It has
been proven that just telling yourself “I can do this” can increase performance by 5%. Athletes use visualisation
to enhance their performance, sometimes without realising it.
Remember, it is not the thing believed in, but the belief in your mind that brings about the result. All your
experiences, events, conditions, and acts are produced by your subconscious mind in reaction to your thoughts.
Negative thoughts will translate into negative experiences. Stop accepting false beliefs, superstitions, fears,
and doubts. When you do this, there is no limit to the amount of growth you can achieve. Some of you may
think that it impossible to tame all the thoughts that seep into the mind. We can dissolve negative thoughts
through scientific prayer or affirmations. Your prayer or affirmation is answered according to the universal
law of action and reaction.
MENTAL EXERCISES
Create a mental “movie” of your goal. Imagine what it would look like if you were 6’5″ right now. Think of a
fun experience you will have when you are tall, and imagine it in the form of a short commercial. Vividly
focus on the joy on your face, imagine with great detail how mesmerised those around you are by your
stunning new height. Do close ups of the faces, make the entire “movie” in black and white if that is more
dramatic and emotional for you. Just think of the greatest, most emotional experience that will happen when
you reach your goal and focus on that, 3-5 times a day, with affirmations and confidence to see it through.
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