The Difference Between Meditation And Self-Hypnosis (And Why The Super Successful Make Them Part Of Their Morning Routines)


The Difference Between Meditation And Self-HypnosisMorning.

The dawn of another day.

A fresh start and the beginning of a brand new adventure.

And for most successful people, it’s their morning routine that shifts them into gear.

So they can face whatever gets thrown at them with confidence and a clear head.

Sure, doing the same thing every morning might seem boring in one sense… but look at it this way.

A routine means you don’t have to think about what you’re doing when you crawl out from under the sheets.

You know exactly what steps you’re going to work through.

You know what food you’re going to eat, what papers you’re going to read, or what actions you’re going to take.

It might not be the most exciting part of the day, but it doesn’t have to be.

You’re not doing it for the thrill. You’re doing it to gently revive your body and mind.

And because it’s the same old thing, day after day, you can just get on with it.

You don’t have to labor over it.

That gives you the time and space to collect your thoughts. To get ready for another busy day.

To enjoy a few moments of peace and solitude before your hectic schedule takes over.

But what’s the best way to go about it?

Not surprisingly, some of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs do a lot of the same things.

And one technique many of them have in common is… meditation.

Famous Faces Who Spend Their Mornings Meditating

What’s so special about meditation?

People who practice it all say the same thing. It makes them feel better. Better about themselves and about the world around them.

Some of the benefits they claim to enjoy include:

  • Lower stress levels
  • Greater mental clarity
  • Sharper thinking
  • Enhanced productivity
  • Improved overall health

And all of that from just sitting still.

Self-help guru and motivational speaker Tony Robbins says meditation changed his life. He recommends doing an “Hour of Power” every morning, which for him involves a combination of visualization and positive affirmations.

Director David Lynch of Twin Peaks fame meditates twice a day, every day. He credits the practice with giving him energy, creativity and a deep inner satisfaction.

Ray Dalio, the founder of the world’s largest hedge fund Bridgewater Associates, says that meditation is responsible for his success. He claims it helps him stay centered, stay creative, and maintain a healthy and peaceful life.

So if meditation can bring all of that, why isn’t everyone doing it?

Could it be that on some level they just don’t think it will work?

Or that they need some kind of spiritual guru to guide them?

Keep Reading to find out everything about meditation and how you can achieve the same things, and much more, using self-hypnosis?

Check out the complete article at find out why the most successful people have made meditation and self hypnosis part of their daily routines.



2 thoughts on “The Difference Between Meditation And Self-Hypnosis (And Why The Super Successful Make Them Part Of Their Morning Routines)

  1. Thanks for following me. I am obviously a super fan of hypnosis and can hypnotize people although I don’t have “bullet proof” confidence about it. I mostly learned from books and on-line. I also meditate. Your post reminds me of Hal Elrod’s miracle morning! Hal actually even personally responds to his email that was surprising to find out.


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