Originally Posted by WordKeeper
I love your thread. There is so much here.
I was recently introduced to switchwords. My 7 year old son and I love using BE when he is upset and OFF to help him sleep. We don't know how they work but we know that they do.
We have also been using REACH to help find things. That has been working as well. I didn't know about COUNT until I read your thread just now - can't wait to try it. I'll report back any results. COUNT and CANCEL will be my new friends.
Thank you wordkeeper, I like reading about people getting results when they try something. I also experimented with REACH and noticed how I found what I was looking for and I was pretty skeptical about it.
The book Switchwords is actually based on the work by James T. Mangan, who discovered the original switchwords. (Right now, the current ebook Switchwords isn't available anymore, so if you're curious look for Jame's original work.)
A pioneer named James T. Mangan in the past century identified about a hundred certain single words that are extraordinarily effective when used as an intentional creative thought, to bring about a specific desired result. |
James Mangan called these special words "switchwords." A "switchword" is the essence of an experience, condition, or desired result, expressed as a single word. Declare, affirm, chant, sing, or even just mentally "intend" the switchword, and like turning on an electric lamp with a switch, the desired result reliably appears.
James Mangan's source book The Secret of Perfect Living (Prentice-Hall, 1975) is long out of print and rare, and I regard this information as much too valuable to everyone to become lost and unknown.
I like saying them because it's almost like something you can do to keep the mind busy, like using those hand grips to squeeze to do something with your hands...
I also like focusing on a specific result as I say the switchword, it seems the results occur more likely then...
Thanks and take care...