Mind Hacking – How To Change Your Mind For Good In 21 Days

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Main Theme:

  • Mind hacking is about overcoming your mental limitations.
  • To master your mind is to master your life.
  • Hacking = analyzing, imagining, reprogramming

Key Takeaway #1 – You are not your mind

  • Your mind = the movie, You = watching the movie
  • Your mind plays movies of the past and future over and over.
  • Idea is to look at what your mind is thinking without getting caught up in the movie.
  • Become aware of your own mind.
  • Our minds are like dogs chasing squirrels. We can retrain our minds.
  • Think of your attention & time as the most valuable assets
  • Focus your attention on things that will serve your life
  • 2 types of attention:
    • Top-down: choose to direct
    • Bottom-up: random interruptions

Key Takeaway #2 – You can retrain your mind

  • Goal = strengthen the ability to concentrate (top-down), while weakening reflexive attention (distractions).
  • Reclaim your attention – get rid of distractions
  • Retrain your concentration – mind games
  • “Meditation” – controlling your concentration
    • Makes you happier and healthier
  • Meditation game examples – golden breath, alien blaster, third nipple

Takeaway #3 – How to reprogram your mental loops

  • Our minds are programmed with mental loops – thought habits
  • Loops can be positive or negative
  • Addiction is a loop
  • Quality of loops determines the quality of our lives:
    • Loops create thoughts
    • Thoughts create actions
    • Actions create your life
    • Fix your loops, fix your life.
  • Step 1 – Discover bad loops
  • Step 2 – Reprogram into good loops
  • How to find negative loops – 5 whys, worst-case scenario, third person perspective
  • To rebuild your mind, you need a clear vision of what you want.
  • Use imagination to create new mental loops
  • NOT magical thinking
  • Develop a clear mental picture first
  • Create visualization for: Feel, Do, Have, Give, Be
  • Rinse and repeat

Final Thoughts

  • The mind is a noisy place.
  • We can cultivate focus, and be aware of our programming through practice.
  • We can examine our thinking that causes pain or difficulty, then debug any negative loops.

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Chris Dunn is the founder of Skill Incubator. He is an active investor and entrepreneur with the mission of helping people learn Skills to thrive in today's economy. Chris spends his time testing and building multiple streams of income and investing the profits. Read more here.