Title of Article - *Your Brain Thinks In Pictures*
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Your Brain Thinks In Pictures
~ By Jan Tincher

Copyright © Jan Tincher - All Rights reserved

Your . brain . thinks . in . pictures. This is something I want
you to remember FOREVER.

If I asked you to visualize a cow, guess what? Most of you
could visualize it easily, because you know exactly what a cow
looks like -- many know what it sounds like, and a lot know
exactly what it smells like. <grin>

If I asked you to visualize a purple chair, you could *see* that,
too, couldn't you?

If I asked you to visualize a red pencil, yep, you could *see*
that, too, couldn't you?

If I asked you to visualize a *not,* could you? Probably not,
right? Because where's the picture?

So, what if you are saying things to yourself that you *think*
will help you stop a habit? What if you are saying, *I'm not
going to smoke. I'm not going to smoke. I'm not going to
smoke.* Where does your brain go?

Straight to the smoke picture, right? If that's your habit, that's
what your brain is most familiar with, that's the picture your
brain made.

How about this, *I'm not going to eat that cookie. I'm not
going to eat that cookie. I'm not going to eat that cookie.*
Where does your brain go? Straight to *cookie,* right?

How about this, *I'm not going to chew my fingernails. I'm
not going to chew my fingernails. I'm not going to chew my
fingernails.* Where does your brain go?

Now, if you want to stop any of these habits, the words you
say to yourself MUST go to a picture your brain can identify
with, thereby giving it something to gravitate toward.

How about *I have a clean, healthy body."

Man, that's a picture, isn't it? Look at it as often as you can.
Give your brain a direction to go toward, not away from.

How about *I have a slim, trim, healthy body."

How about *I have strong, healthy fingernails."

Give your brain pictures that both you enjoy looking at.
Can you imagine the pictures you had been giving it? For
shame, huh?

Give your brain good pictures, live a good life.

Thank you for reading.


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advice from the medical profession. Always consult your own
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