Here’s an interesting question from a student:
“can I be magnetic if I don’t consider myself magnetic?”
This is not a silly question as it may seem at first glance. In fact, it’s related to an important truth.
Developing personal magnetism (or sexual magnetism for that matter) is not just a matter of doing a few exercises.
It’s about transforming your own identity as a charismatic and magnetic person.
And this is done little by little.
But… if you deny this possibility right from the start, then there’s little hope for you. If right at the very beginning you are thinking you will never make it, then you are self-sabotaging before you even get a chance to change.
My favourite excuse is: “that’s not who I am”
Of course it isn’t. If it were, you would be already magnetic.
For magnetism to be part of your own identity, you need to accept yourself as a magnetic individual and all that comes from it.
We all act consistently to what we think we are. If you don’t consider yourself magnetic – or even open yourself up to this possibility – then you’ll always act consistently to what you consider yourself to be – which may not be what you desire.
That’s why you need to change what needs to be changed, and most importantly, ACCEPT the changes that will take place in your own identity.
You can’t expect for everything to just be the same, nice and comfortable as it was before.
No, there’s a change in your identity, your behaviors, your thoughts and feelings, and your energy. And this is something you must be open (and accept).
Otherwise, what’s the point of even starting?
That’s why thought control and inner power is so important. It’s the foundation that allows you to endure the uncomfortable moments that are necessarily underlying every moment of change.
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