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Ways to Increase Height - Unrevealed Deep Sleep Technique

Published on 3/14/2018
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Can you believe its already 2010. "Happy New Year to you". One of the customs of the New Year is to do new years resolutions. Many people will have resolutions to do with their health. Unfortunately some of these will be the same as last years and maybe some years before that too. The problem being that by middle to late January great intentions fade and we revert to usual patterns.

The two commonest new years resolutions we make are to lose a few pounds (or kilos) and to get fitter. The problems arise in two ways. Firstly, our beliefs. What we believe is a function of our collective past experiences. This includes both the results of our previous actions but also our observations of what other people have done. If we have tried to get fit in the past and have not then our belief system will tell us it cannot be done. The same applies to changing eating patterns.

So lets say we start out with some ideas about exercise and healthy eating. If we believe that our ideas can be brought to reality, we will set about doing them. If we believe they are not possible, then it is likely that the idea will go no further. There is a third option which sometimes is the default one where people set out to do something but deep down do not really believe they will succeed.

Many people fall into the third category as described above where they set out on an exercise program or to improve their diet, and despite good intentions deep down, they do not actually believe that they will succeed. This is usually based on past experiences.

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