(If this is your first time on this site, please begin with "Are You Prepared For Success [Introduction.])
"Pleasure", the second leg of the "Empowerment Triad," is the fuel that feeds the engine of passion. If the process was not pleasurable, the chances of obtaining the desired results would be significantly diminished.
Though sages may pour out their Wisdom's treasure,
There is no stronger moralist than Pleasure.
This fuel that feeds the passion is a powerful assortment of positive messages contained in rhyming poems; fed by passionate self-talk.
You may ask, "Why rhyming poems?"
Poetry...is the revelation of a feeling that the poet believes to be interior and personal--which the reader recognizes as his own.
You have the power to change your view of life, by changing your attitudes.
He is most powerful who has power over himself.
For most people, the reading of rhyming poetry is pleasurable, especially when it is read with passion. It is easy to be passionate about something that is pleasurable. The same is true in reverse; when you do something with passion, the experience is more pleasurable and makes a deeper, lasting impression. Reading these poems aloud with passion will have a dramatic effect on your attitudes.
Poetry should surprise by a fine excess, and not by singularity; it should strike the reader as a wording of his own highest thoughts, and appear almost a remembrance.
Rhyming Poetry has a way of transmitting a message better than most other ways of expression. It seems to stay with you longer and penetrates deeper. It is said that "poetry is for the soul." As was indicated earlier, that's how the idea for this program was born. A poem expressing a truth I had not realized before, worked its way inside of me and started a process of change. The way this poem's positive message made me feel brought me to the realization that I previously had the wrong mind-set to achieve success. No matter how hard I tried success was very illusive and seemed just out of my reach.
Poetry is the first style of literature we experience as children - Pattern books, then rhymes! (Dr. Suess is still wildly successful!) Maybe that is why poetry is comfortable and comforting to read.
The messages contained within the rhymes that follow in the process can counteract and replace the negative messages that you may have been programmed with, if the process is repeated regularly.
You will need to stay with the program for the changes to become permanent. The more these rhymes are repeated the better the probability of your achieving and maintaining your desired success. Think of current knowledge that you have and are able to apply at will. (The multiplication table would be an example of this.) Now think back to when you first learned it. It would be safe to say that you had to repeat it to yourself many times before it became knowledge. You would have to continuously review it to maintain it as knowledge.
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