We all know too well how hard beginning to build or getting back into good habits can be. Breaking vicious circles to get into virtuous ones is the hardest thing for many people, which is why many poor or fat people remain poor or fat, etc. But equally, people who have broken the vicious circles and are now riding the virtuous ones will tell you that the pleasure of them is a thousand times stronger and longer than the best orgasm… They have broken the vicious circles, which suggests that anyone can. But how? NLP tells you here.
What leads to the point of us breaking vicious circles has been written about countlessly. But what happens after that point has not been written about, so I’m hereby breaking that circle. 🙂 And I’ll do so with a very easy example to relate to – from the world of fitness. Imagine that you’ll go to exercise today for the first or after a long time. If after a long time, perhaps you’ve been ill or away, thus couldn’t go, and now want to resume your regular fitness program. So you go and exercise. And working out feels terribly – it feels such hard work, you feel all your fat pockets aching the ache of inactivity, you feel so heavy and cumbersome, perhaps you seem to be sweating more or getting out of breath much more quickly, and perhaps you’re hating yourself for being in such terrible state. But you persevere and take the workout to the end, because you know that you’ll feel far better coming out of the gym and sleep better tonight, and when you go again tomorrow, it’ll be far easier. And it indeed will be far easier tomorrow, because our bodies respond amazingly quickly. Plus never mind the fact that feeling better coming out of the gym today is sufficiently motivating for you to go again tomorrow. And of course, being able to tell yourself tonight that you’ve started and will continue tomorrow sounds far more acceptably.
The key to your success and pleasure of riding the virtuous circles is in practicing breaking the vicious circles again and again as the opportunities to do so come in life. Your ultimate and lifelong goal is to make the breaking an effortless transition. It’s a fact of life that you’ll be ill or away and unable to go the gym for a longer period of time again at some point in life, thus you’ll go through the process of transition to resuming your regular fitness program again. You’ll feel the ache of inactivity, heavier sweat, breathing, and effort again on the first day, but the key to your long-term success and pleasure of enjoying the virtuous circles is to take the attitude that getting through this first – hardest – day is no big deal. Tomorrow will be better. And the third day will feel stellar…. And just imagine how stellarly you’ll feel in 2 weeks after resuming your fitness program! Wow! Practice makes you perfect at what you’re practising, thus the more you practice breaking the vicious circles, the faster and with less effort you’ll get into the virtuous ones. The attraction of the pleasure of the virtuous ones will get stronger, because you’ll be getting more of it in life. And as the years will pass, the virtuous circles in your life will ultimately become the norm, which is exactly where you want to be.
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