Marisa has a series of audio downloads designed to make you happier with a better quality of life.
The audio downloads are designed to change your mindset by implanting suggestions directly to your subconscious mind in a very specific way, using language patterns that cause the mind to accept these suggestions.
The audio downloads are designed to have a similar effect to a session of hypnotherapy with Marisa and contain the same material that you would get if you were having a personal session with Marisa to help you achieve your goals.
Marisa Peer’s “Confidence and Self Esteem” Audio will show you how to naturally generate a high self esteem and an inner confidence that radiates from you.
What you learn from this audio download will reactivate and regenerate within you the innate confidence we are all born with.
You will become naturally confident and self assured and at ease around people with a self assuredness that comes from having high self esteem.
Just listen to this audio download and start feeling confident about yourself — today!
If you truly believe that people like you they will because one of the rules of the mind is that the universe will support everything you believe. However, if your belief is that you don’t fit in you will constantly look for proof to back up your belief and you will find it. If you believe people warm to you and get to like you as they get to know you – or, even better, if you choose to believe that people like you straightaway because you are so easy to be around and such good company, so relaxed and assured – then you will look for proof of that and, again, you will find it.
Obviously you do have to really believe it – it won’t work if you just try to believe it or try to make others believe it. One of the universal rules is that we find proof of our beliefs everywhere we go. This has been scientifically proven with people who believe they are lucky and experience more luck statistically than those who feel unlucky. People who like themselves get stopped more often in the street by people asking the time or for directions. That’s because they have a more approachable demeanour and they look confident and therefore appear more likely to know. Studies showed that testers asked random strangers for directions and one in twenty of the testers touched the stranger on the arm or hand at the end as they thanked them.
When the strangers were polled they remembered almost everything about the stranger who touched them and they liked them. We like people who make contact with us as long as it is appropriate and does not invade our space. People need to be connected to other people and being touched by others and touching someone is a powerful way to do it. No matter whether the touch is a warm handshake, a congratulatory pat on the back or a genuine hug, people respond to touch. A recent experiment looked at waitresses and waiters to see if touching customers influenced the tips they earned.