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Congratulations — today is the day you are going to alter your destiny. In just a few hours, the entire direction of your life will change for the better.

A dramatic claim? Certainly, but with just a little input from you, I know we can make this happen. It may seem like magic, but it’s actually grounded in some astonishing recent breakthroughs in science, psychology and spirituality.

So, how do you go about changing your destiny? Over the next few days, in this exclusive serialisation of my new book, I’ll be helping to reprogramme your brain by guiding you through a series of simple but very powerful exercises.

I’ve tested this system time and time again on hundreds of people from all walks of life, and it always works — but only if they follow my instructions.

That’s not to say you need to do it all perfectly. No one ever does. The techniques involved, however, are so robust that people still experience positive changes when they do the exercises badly. But in order to get results, you really do need to commit to doing each one.

My goal for you is simple: tangible, positive change in every important area of your life. You’ll improve your health, relationships, career, finances and happiness.

You’ll also begin to experience an overwhelming sense of optimism, of heartfelt purpose, of confidence and of passion for the future. In other words, you have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

At school, I was constantly being told I’d never amount to anything in life. But I determined early on that I wasn’t going to let someone else’s diagnosis of my problems become a prognosis for how things would turn out.

And the same thing is true for you. Like everybody else, you were born not only with all the genetic advantages of a human being, but also with unlimited potential. And yet if you’re like most people, you’re probably more aware of what you don’t have than what you do.

Did you have a difficult childhood? So did Oprah Winfrey, Kevin Spacey, Charlize Theron, and more than 50 per cent of the most successful people in the world.

Did you struggle at school? So did Thomas Edison, Richard Branson, Alexander Graham Bell, Hans Christian Andersen and George Washington. Sir Winston Churchill had a speech impediment and Dame Agatha Christie had all the symptoms of dyslexia.

If there’s one thing that life has taught me, it’s that it isn’t what you’re born with, or even what happens to you that determines your ultimate destiny. It’s the choices you make along the way.

When I hypnotise someone on stage to do extraordinary things, most people think that I’m putting a person who’s wide-awake into a trance. But the truth is that, every day for some of the time, we all experience various levels of trance. Think about zoning out on a long car journey or train ride. Suddenly you find yourself at your destination with little or no memory of how you got there.

Or imagine being in a lift, watching the floor numbers go up and down, without any sense of the people around you.

One of the most common trances is the ‘victim trance’ — the misapprehension that you’re a victim of the world around you and have no choice but to respond in fixed ways to whatever happens.

You end up with a kind of tunnel vision that allows you only to see evidence of what you already think and believe.

In other words, having learned to believe in your limitations, you then unwittingly gather evidence that reinforces them.

But these ideas and perceptions are just stray ideas and random thoughts that you’ve picked up along the way.

And the good news is that anything negative that you’ve learned can be unlearned.
For example, far too many people I’ve met sit around and complain about everyone and everything — from their parents to the state of the environment. Of course, they have a point. Life isn’t always fair, and it certainly isn’t always easy.

But there’s a simple difference between those who thrive inspite of their circumstances, and those who seem doomed.

When I first got involved in the field of personal development, I was convinced that hypnosis was the ‘magic bullet’ that could take care of pretty much every problem.
I hypnotised everyone who’d let me and essentially asked their subconscious mind to do whatever it needed to do to solve their problem or help them reach their goal.
Surprisingly, it worked amazingly well. Then, as I learned more about the mind, I eventually began working with Dr Ronald Ruden, who was trying to find his own version of a ‘magic bullet’ for change.

He turned out to be that rarest of doctors — not only open-minded but with a distinguished background in neuroscience and neuropharmacology (the study of brain chemistry).

After a seven-year-study involving brain scans, he developed a new set of protocols that worked better than anything I’ve ever come across before.

Each features simple, soothing bodily movements that produce ‘delta’ waves in the brain. This is important because delta is the deepest level of relaxation, normally found only in deep sleep, so it’s ideal for reprogramming the mind and body.

Furthermore, Dr Ruden discovered that these physical movements become even more powerful when combined with eye movements and guided visualisation.

So, when a person did all three, they not only neutralised any deeply upsetting or uncomfortable emotions but measurably changed the chemical landscape of the brain. How? By stripping away the physical markers of a bad experience from the part of the brain where they’d been stored.

In layman’s terms, this allows us to separate memories from feelings — without any need to relive unpleasant or traumatic past events.

 It's been speculated that Albert Einstein had Asperger's syndrome. It didn't hold HIM back from unleashing his potential - so why should your troubles hold back YOU?

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