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Alan Peas and Barbara Peas, "Brain Programming-Automatically Dreaming Comes True", a read memo (^-^)

"A man who can't listen to a story, a woman who can't read a map" once became a million hit in Japan, and the cumulative total circulation of the world has exceeded 2700 million. But the highly successful authors Alan Peas and Barbara Peas were at the bottom of the book before the book was published.

What is written in this book is a concrete solution to how they got out of the bottom. All humans can program their own brain. And with the right programming, you get what you want. The author says, "I got the extraordinary success because I did what was written in Brain Programming."

"If you truly believe in what you think in your head, you can achieve it," Napoleon Hill said. However, in 1937, nobody said it was "smelling".

It's now scientifically proven that writing goals on paper can help you realize what you say, and that the law of attraction can make your wish come true. These phenomena are deeply involved in the mechanism of the brain called "RAS".

RAS (Reticular Activating System) is a function to maintain the vital activity of the body. It's RAS that allows us to sleep, wake up, and breathe. In addition, RAS is involved in the control of awareness level. For example, if you are conscious of a specific matter, you will be able to see information about it. This is also due to the function of RAS.

RAS relays and sorts almost all information that enters the brain. Based on the information obtained from RAS, we generate emotions and think about what to do next.

RAS collects information about what the person believes and eliminates all other information. Another feature is that the content of the collected information does not matter.

The main features of RAS are "search engine" and "GPS system". RAS makes it easier for you to find something related, such as when you are looking for a particular file on your computer, that draws attention to a particular word. This is the famous "law of attraction".

Another feature of RAS is that it only collects information that convinces you of what you believe. Moreover, it doesn't matter what the content is. RAS collects only the information we need to follow the path we believe and believe in and eliminates everything else.

This is easy to understand when you imagine a scene where you are trying to buy a new car. Once you decide which car you want, you will find the same car everywhere in the city. This is because the RAS turns all consciousness toward that car model, and cuts off information about other car models as unnecessary. So if you believe that "the world is a terrible place and people are malicious," the news that one sees will be flooded with tragedy.

It should be noted that RAS does not care how people react to the information it collects. RAS only collects information that is purely in line with the ideas that occupy the mind. If you want to use RAS successfully, you should consider only what you want. You should pay attention to what you don't want, and be careful not to program RAS to achieve it.

Many people have not been able to give a definite answer to the question, "What is your hope?" But if you want to achieve something in life, you must first identify your desires. And we need to know the right way to do that.

First, write down what you want and what you want to achieve, big or small. The standard is about 10 to 20 items. The point is to focus your thoughts only on what you want to do. I'll leave it to you for now about how to achieve it.

When writing a goal, you must always write it by hand. An experiment conducted by Professor Gale Matthews, a psychology professor at the University of Dominican, showed that the achievement rate of handwriting was 42% higher than typing with a keyboard.

The first step towards success is to clarify "what do you want?" As long as you can think of your goal, write it down on paper. If you listen in words, it may be a content that makes you think "that is the case". However, according to a survey conducted in the United States, only 3% of people carry a paper that clearly describes their wishes. And only 3% are very successful.

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