What is “reality”? Is it “out there” or in us? Or more importantly, is there something about us that creates our experience of reality? And if so, can we somehow find a way to “re-write” reality in a way that shifts it to more of what we want and less of what we don’t want?
There are plenty of philosophical wonderings in there. Lots of spiritual traditions have tried to tackle this one. Are we dreamers or being dreamed? Do we construct everything we experience? Is there only what we see and experience? Do we “cause” everything that happens to us? Is this just one big hallucination/delusion/matrix?
Big questions that can keep us thinking for a long time. And yet, the thinking may not mean anything to our daily lives.
In this episode of the Thriveology Podcast, I interview Carl Hunter. At one point in his life, things were not going the way that Carl wanted. He was adrift, unhappy, and frustrated that he couldn’t make headway.
So, he started searching. Was there some way to make a shift? To build a life the way he wanted it to be?
In his search, a friend told him about a course that the friend’s family member was going through. That course promised to help people build a life they wanted… through the process of “reprogramming the sub-conscious.”
Carl didn’t know if he believed in the process. But he had nothing to lose by trying. So, he made himself the guinea pig of the process. He tried it out. And according to Carl, within 12 hours, life was going differently. First in a small way. But as Carl continued to experiment, life was changing in bigger and more significant ways.
Over time, Carl did more and more research, refining the methodology and techniques. He calls it “switching from manual to automatic.” In today’s interview, Carl proposes the “manual” method for you to try. No need to accept his theories. Test them for yourself.
Listen in to learn the simple method. Then, test it out!
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