There are some more strange switchwords that are supposed to produce these results if repeated regularly;
- If you want to break a bad habit, Off
- To eliminate a debt you owe, Cancel
- if you need a miraculous situation to happen , Divine
- feeling inferior? Chant Up
- to be attractive, Hole
- For more will power Done
- To make yourself beautiful or handsome Praise
- To get to sleep Off
- To dissolve a fear or nervouseness, Bluff
-To solve a problem, Reach
One idea from the book is to combine switchwords together, for example when needing a miraculous situation with money to occur, then "Divine-Count" is supposed to help. Divine is supposed to carry the concept of miracles, and when combined with count, supposedly
causes money to miraculous come to you.
If this idea really does work, if there really is something to this, then it may be that we need to include our personal intent along with saying the switchword. For example thinking about your lost keys, while saying "reach", adds the context to the switchword.
There is still the tricky problem as to why some people report getting a winfall of money after saying "count", while some people say it hasn't shown up yet. I think this is an interesting idea, but I'm more interesterd in real life results.
Here's an example I found on the web from a group that discusses Switchwords;
......I have also found that using one switchword at a time seems to work |
best. I use COUNT at the store to improve sales (I have an average of
25% percent higher sales).
REACH for remembering and finding things, also helpful for solving crossword puzzles :-) In fact, when I started to use longer combinations it did seem to be less effective, and reading Shunyam's insights was informative.
Also using specific words for specific emotional states has been helpful to me (UP, BLUFF, and
PRAISE have all brought the desired results
So I think it's up to personal experimenting and a little practice and patience to see if this really works, and even then for only one's self.....