1) Write down what you want to happen in letter form. That is, write a letter (not a sentence; a detailed letter) to your future self explaining what already happened (even though it hasn’t happened yet). Date the letter and specify the date your goal was reached.
If you don’t know how to begin let me help start you off:
“Hey [your name], You already know all of this by now, but some amazing things have happened in the last 6 months…”
And then start explaining what you did and how you did it even though it hasn’t been done yet. Sounds complicated. It’s not. Just do it. It’s essential to the brainwashing aspect of Mind Control Method.
2) Read the letter aloud. Seemingly insignificant, but auditory stimulation is important in Mind Control.
3) Believe. Do you believe what you just read aloud? If not, start over with Step 1. That means throw away your letter. Don’t use it as a “draft” for your new letter. Start over. Clean slate.
If you write something like “Man, it’s so cool that I won the lottery. Life is so good now.” the Mind Control Method won’t work. Why? Because there is absolutely no way you will ever truly believe you won the lottery.
Keep repeating Steps 1-3 until you have the wording so vividly clear that it feels like what is in the letter has already happened.
4) Take action. This step is where I feel like you might get caught up. But it doesn’t have to be difficult.
Begin the process of doing what your future self already knows has been done. Take it step by step as you’ve already described in the letter.
The whole Mind Control Method process should take hours, not minutes. It’s not a fast process whatsoever. If you find yourself not enjoying the process it may be because what you’re writing about in your letter isn’t something you truly want.
Mind Power News, 2014