Exercise 129 4Letter Word Calisthenics

After completing "Exercise -- 3-Letter Word Calisthenics," writing and spelling 3-letter words in any order should be a snap. Your mind is more flexible and your visualization processes are keener. Now write 30 four-letter words backwards on a sheet of paper. Remove the list, and keep writing them on fresh sheets of paper until you have completely memorized the list.

Now think of one of the 4-letter words and write it backwards, while spelling it forwards aloud. For example, write E - M - A - T and spell aloud T - A - M - E. Do the drill 20 times, using a different 4-letter word each time. Now reverse the procedure and write a 4-letter word forwards, while spelling the same word backwards. Practice 20 times with 20 different words.

Next, think of two 4-letter words and write one forwards, while spelling the other one forwards. For example, write M - I - N - D and spell aloud L - I - K - E. Do this drill 20 times, using different 4-letter words each time.

Now think of two 4-letter words and write one forwards, while spelling the other one backwards. For example, write M - I - N - T and spell aloud D - L - O - G. Do this drill 20 times, using different 4-letter words each time.

Next, think of two 4-letter words and write one backwards, while spelling the other one forwards. For example, write D - N - E - S and spell aloud C - A - R - E. Do this drill 20 times.

Now think of two 4-letter words and write one backwards, while spelling the other one backwards. For example, write E - N - I - L and spell aloud D - N - I - K. Do this drill 20 times.

These mind expanding drills must be mastered before proceeding with succeeding exercises. Your mental 'muscles' are being flexed and portions of your brain are being developed so that a 'sensory overload' is far less likely in the future. Commit 30 - 60 minutes per day to this exercise or until you can do all the drills without hesitation.

A Practial Guide To Self Hypnosis

A Practial Guide To Self Hypnosis

Hypnosis has been defined as a state of heightened suggestibility in which the subject is able to uncritically accept ideas for self-improvement and act on them appropriately. When a hypnotist hypnotizes his subject, it is known as hetero-hypnosis. When an individual puts himself into a state of hypnosis, it is known as self-hypnosis.

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