Einstein, Hypnosis and Happiness

Whilst teaching at Princeton university, Albert Einstein gave an exam to an advanced class of physics students. 

Although there is nothing remotely unusual about this, what was unusual was the fact that it was the fact that it was the exact same exam he had given the previous year.

His teaching assistant was perplexed.  He never expected such behaviour from a man regarded by many to be the greatest physicist of the 20th century.

"How could you give the same exam to the same class two years in a row?"

Einstein's answer was short and simple.

"The answers have changed"

At that time, the world of physics was undergoing huge and dramatic changes over a very short period of time.  Whenever there was a new breakthrough or discovery, many theories long considered to be absolute fact were suddenly proven to be erroneous and downright false. Consequently, it was possible for the very same exam to have totally different answers from one year to another.

So how does this relate to you and your life?

Well, the above example refers to the rapid changes which were occurring nearly 100 years ago.  In today's world of modern technology, every aspect of life is changing at a rate that surely even Einstein himself wouldn't have ever imagined.

Because of this, it is very likely that the answers to your own life are changing more quickly today and ever before.  What worked so effectively to get you from Point A to Point B might actually be completely useless if you try to use it to move from Point B to Point C.

It is therefore vital to accept that rapid change in every area of your life is both unavoidable and inevitable.  Rather than being controlled by change, you can instead become an active agent of change, adjusting your sails to move in the direction you want to go in life.  This first starts in your mind. 

Your mind dictates your everyday thoughts and beliefs about life.  These dictate your actions, the results you get, and ultimately the way you feel about your life.

Hypnosis is such a catalyst for rapid change because it enables you to view things from an infinitely more powerful perspective than before.  By temporarily disengaging from the analytical and rational thinking of the conscious mind, you are free to tap into the genius of your unconscious mind. 

Your unconscious mind knows all the answers precisely because all of your problems were unconsciously and unwittingly created by you in the first place.  Since hypnosis involves direct communication with your unconscious mind, it is possible for you to quickly make powerful, positive and permanent changes to your entire life.

If you want to change your life, you must first change your mind!