Title of Article - *Do You Have A Problem?*
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Do You Have A Problem?
~ By Jan Tincher
Copyright © Jan Tincher - All Rights reserved

If you have a problem, here is a visualization technique
that might help you solve it.

For three days, take fifteen minutes a day, three times a
day, to relax.

*** TIP *** If you can't do it three times a day, do it
twice, if you can't do it twice, do it once. If you can't do
it for fifteen minutes, do it for ten. If you can't do it for
ten, do it for five. The goal is to just do it, and be consistent.
If your time is severely limited, you may have to do it more
than three days. Three times a day for fifteen minutes is

Visualize a solid brick wall. This solid brick wall is full of
everything that has to do with your problem. You cannot
get over it, you cannot get under it, you cannot go through
it. What can you do?

Somehow -- in your mind, where all things are possible --
you were able to get your foot through it. Visualize that.
Your foot didn't realize it couldn't go through, but the rest
of you did. So, now your foot is through it, but the rest of
you is stuck. This symbolizes the problem. You are stuck.

Start from there each time and slowly work your whole body
through the wall. As you do, feel how your body would feel
as it makes itself invincible. Make sure you make the brick
wall very thick, the challenge for your mind to get your body
through it strong.

When you can get your body through it in your mind enough
times, your brain will get through the problem also. When you
are done, you will feel very successful. You have to see
*you* getting through the problem before you can get
through it, especially if it is a tough one. Once your brain
*sees* that the problem is solved, it will be much easier to
actually solve.

See how you feel now, compared to before, when it USED
to feel like solving problems was a big obstacle. Good luck!

If you like this technique, pass it on to a friend. Watch as
their life changes for the better. Both of you will breathe

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Thanks for reading,


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advice from the medical profession. Always consult your own
professionals before making any life-changing decisions.


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