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As you know, the most basic principle of the Law of Attraction is that thoughts have the ability to create. Everything you have and experience in your life today is a direct result of your thoughts. If you want to change your life or have, be or do something you’ve only dreamed of, all you have to do is change your thoughts. But what if you want to use advanced Law of Attraction techniques?
What if you want results to come faster?
What if you want the Law of Attraction to be more consistent?
What if you want to create lasting change and accomplish more than you ever dreamed possible?
You’re in luck because there’s truly a power within you that can’t wait to be released! You can harness it with an advanced Law of Attraction technique called The Mirror Technique.
I learned about this advanced Law of Attraction technique in the classic self-help book, The Magic of Believing, written in 1948 by Claude M. Bristol.
I’ll explain The Mirror Technique to you. With it, you’ll feel like you’ve opened the door to unlimited resources.
Imagine what you would do if you had unlimited resources. Let that thought grow as you continue reading…
Bristol devoted an entire chapter to the Mirror Technique in his famous book (which is still in print today). This excerpt gives you an idea of how this advanced Law of Attraction technique works:
Many great orators, preachers, actors, and statesmen have used the mirror technique. According to Drew Pearson, Winston Churchill never made a speech of importance unless he made it before a mirror first. Pearson also declared that Woodrow Wilson employed the same technique. It’s what I call a supercharging method of stepping up the speaker’s subconscious forces so that when he or she appears before an audience, those forces flow out also and affect the listeners. By using the mirror in rehearsing the speech as you are going to deliver it, you are creating a picture of yourself, your words, the sound of your voice, and your sight of the audience, to which the immediate future is to bring reality. By looking into the mirror, you increase the mental vibrations by which the force and meaning of your words will quickly penetrate to your audience’s subconscious minds.
The mirror technique gives a possible clue to the power and personal magnetism of certain evangelists. I knew Bill Sunday in his heyday and often heard him preach, but in those days, knowing little or nothing about this Mind Stuff, I was puzzled as to how he and other great evangelists were able to influence people to such a remarkable degree.
However, we now have proof that Billy Sunday was versed in the use of the mirror technique; it was given by Eric Sevareid in his book Not So Wild a Dream, published in 1946. Mr. Sevareid tells how he – as a young newspaper reporter – secured an interview with Billy Sunday: “He bounded about the hotel room, now peering intently out of the window, with one foot on the sill, now grasping the dressing-table firmly in both hands while lecturing his reflection in the mirror….
When considered in the light of the science given in this book, the mirror technique becomes a master method by which the subconscious mind’s mighty forces can be employed to influence those you’re dealing with. During the “Depression” days, when I was working with many sales organizations to increase their business, I introduced this mirror method with some startling results. I had mirrors fastened to the inside back doors in all of a pie-baking company’s trucks, so that when the driver-salesmen opened the doors to get their goods for delivery, those mirrors were the first thing they saw. I always admonished each man that before calling on a customer, he should determine how many pies he was going to sell, and then tell himself in the mirror that he would leave that number of pies on his customer’s counter. One driver told me that he had been trying to sell one woman restaurant owner for many months, but she had always refused to buy any pies. Then he decided to try the mirror technique. That day he sold her ten pies. At the time he told me his story he was selling her an average of fifteen pies a day.”
To use this advanced Law of Attraction technique, simply stand in front of a mirror. It should be large enough that you can see your face and torso. Make sure you stand completely straight with your head up and shoulders back. Breathe deeply a few times until you feel more centered and stronger. Look into your eyes and speak out loud to yourself about what you want to be, do, or have. Give yourself the biggest pep talk of all time. Bristol recommends doing the Mirror Technique at least twice a day – mornings and evenings.
Example of what you might say when using The…