The Power of Non-Visualization
While the panelists gathered at the CNN offices in LA to prep for our Larry King interview last week, one excited guest said, "I've been visualizing this moment for over six years!"
"Really?" I asked. "I only began visualizing this two weeks ago."
He studied me for a moment, no doubt recalulating his opinion of me. Once he realized I was kidding, he smiled.
But here's the truth --
I never visualized being on Larry King.
I'm elated to be on his show, but visualizing it had nothing to do with it.
Not that visualizing doesn't work. It does. It's been proven so many times it's ridiculous to even question it.
But I've found something more powerful:
All I'm doing these days is silently saying "I love you" all the time.
I mean all the time.
I learned the power of this "technique" from Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len, the therapist who helped cure an entire ward of mentally ill criminals with ho'oponopono. (See my article on him at http://snipurl.com/DrLen or www.mrfire.com/article-archives/new-articles/worlds-most-unusual-therapist.html )
At the heart of his method is simply saying the phrase "I love you."
I say it all the time, as much as I can remember.
I say it on turbulent flights, before and during talks or interviews, when I'm writing blog posts like this or marketing documents like sales letters, or whenever I sense or feel something or someone I'd prefer would change, and so on.
I've learned that as I stay in the moment, feeling and expressing love, the flower of life unfolds.
And I end up on Larry King.
Or with a Panoz Esperante GTLM exotic sports car named Francine.
"I love you."
PS -- The dark picture above is from the incredible dinner the panelists and CNN staff had at the Pennisula Hotel Restaurant in Beverly Hills after our Larry King taping. It was an amazing evening. No one at that dinner got out the door without seeing a picture of Francine.
PPS - If you want help in saying "I love you" all the time, look here: www.milagroresearchinstitute.com/iloveyou.htm Enjoy.
Reminder: The Larry King Live show on how to change your life by changing your mind will air Nov 2 and Nov 16th. I'm on the second one. Watch both. It airs on CNN. Tell the world.
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