Think lowly of yourself? Don’t have self confidence? Psychology of Self Image

Dr Maxwell Maltz made a fascinating discovery. He called this discovery Psycho-Cybernetics.

How often are you dissatisfied with the outcomes in your life? A student who used to fail in maths, ranked top in mathematics after 1 month of implementing the principles of Psycho-Cybernetics. A person who was always bullied, walked over by others became the most confident. Person who was a magnet to bad fate suddenly become the center of attraction for prosperity. This all happened easily after implementing the principles of Psycho-Cybernetics.

Your self image dictates the life you live. Positive Life or negative life, all stem from your self image. But what is this self image? Can it be changed? Can you change your life by changing your self image? Yes.

Dr Maxwell Maltz was a plastic surgeon who understood the importance of self image. He noticed how people would become extremely confident after they fix their big nose with surgery. But later he realised, the surgery of appearance is just a small part of the big picture.

You need a surgery of your subconscious mind. To create the life you want you have to operate your mind like a machine. This is what is meant by Psycho-Cybernetics.

The idea of changing your self image is appealing. And it is not hardwork. It is overly simplistic. You don’t even need strict discipline to implement the principles of Psycho-Cybernetics.

Just changing the way you think does the work! Effortless and Easiest way to achieve the desired results in your life.

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