Copyright © 2016 by Avlis Productions Inc.
Silva Courses From the mind of José Silva
“So that when we move on, we shall have left behind a better world”
Benefits of Intuition
Mental projection for better relationships We are involved in all kinds of relationships: family, social friends, and business associates. There are parent-child relationships, employer-employee relationships, and doctor- patient relationships, as well as relationships between salesperson and customer, and many more. You can use your Everyday ESP to detect information that can help you to troubleshoot all kinds of relationship problems, even before they develop. You can learn to sense the other person’s needs and wants so that you can respond appropriately. You can use Everyday ESP to detect the invisible barriers that people have erected, old wounds you may have forgotten, or not even know about, and misunderstandings that have never been adequately resolved. Then you can use remote influencing to establish rapport at deep, inner levels, and watch the changes that take place at the outer level. That’s what Marie Buckingham (now Burleson) did. Shortly after completing the Silva training, she found herself faced with a challenge in a junior-high school classroom. There were four troublemakers in one of her classes, four girls who disrupted the rest of the students so that no one could participate. It was not limited to just Marie’s classroom. These same girls had a reputation among the faculty and the school counselor for causing similar trouble in all of their classes. For one week, Marie programmed herself to wake up earlier than usual so she could project to these girls while they were still asleep. Here’s Marie’s story, in her own words: I would get up, maybe 15 minutes early, and project each one on my mental screen. I’d spend five minutes, maybe less, on each one. I told them that it’s more fun to be good than bad and reminded each one that I thought she was a wonderful person. And they were all nice girls, and they were all intelligent. I told them that I hoped they would cooperate in class so that they, and their classmates and I, could all enjoy the class. I told them I looked forward to having them do this and that I would appreciate it. Then I thanked them. After the next class, I asked them to stay behind for a minute. I told them that they were creating problems in the class, but that I knew they were nice people. When they came to class the next time, the ringleader refused to let herself become involved in the antics of the other three. She sat apart from them. During the next class, she asked a question. The other students looked at her in disbelief. Pretty soon, though, she came up with some ideas, and by the end of class, all four girls were participating in class. As they left the room at the end of class, the ringleader looked at me, smiled, and said, “You know, I think it’s more fun being good than bad.” That was the end of my trouble with the troublemakers. Imagine how valuable these skills are for parents. There will be people in your child’s peer group wanting him to join a gang. Somebody is going to try to get one of your children to try drugs. Four of his friends will be there, calling him “chicken” and trying to get him to try it. How important will your powers of Remote Influencing be at that instant? How valuable will they be? Now is the time to practice and develop your ability. Somebody is going to pressure your teenage daughter to try sex—unprotected sex. This could be a life-and-death decision that you are making today when you decide to develop your Everyday ESP. You can use Remote Influencing to reach your children at a deep inner level where they know you are telling them the truth, that what you are telling them really is in their best interest, just as Marie Buckingham did. Teaching Teamwork to Three-year-olds Have you ever watched 3 and 4 year old children play soccer? That was the challenge that faced Katherine Watson when she agreed to coach her 3-year-old daughter’s soccer team. “No matter how much you explain to them that the objective is to score goals,” Kathy said, “they all just want to kick the ball. Instead of staying in position so that somebody can pass the ball to them, then all just run towards the ball and whoever gets there first gets to kick it. “I decided to try to reach them with the techniques that Marie Buckingham used with the 3 troublemakers in the class she was teaching (see story above). “First I talked to them during practice, and explained to them again that if they work together as a team, then will score more goals, and if they score more gals than the other team, they will be the winners. When they win, their parents will be proud and excited, and I will give them little stickers that they can wear, showing that they are winners. “Then I added one extra element: That night, I went to the alpha level - my "center" - and communicated with them again. I created mental pictures of everything that I talked to them about. I pictured them playing as a team, each member of the team in the proper position to receive a pass and move the ball closer to the goal before passing it to another teammate. I pictured them winning, getting their stickers, and enjoying all the praise and attention from their parents. “Before the game the next day, I spoke to them again and reminded them of all these things. While talking to them, I made mental pictures of them doing these things. I also reminded them that I would reward them with stickers when the won the game. “During the game, everything went just as I pictured it with my players. It was chaos on the other team, with all of the players trying to get to the ball and kick it, while my players played as a team, staying in position to receive the ball, scoring goals, and winning. “Parents from the other team came over to ask me how I had gotten my players to follow instructions and play so well. “I just tell them what to do, and they get the picture, was my answer” This article is reprinted with permission from Jose Silva’s Everyday ESP by Jose Silva Jr.
Dallas Cowboys fans Katherine Watson and daughter Lily
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“To leave behind a better world”
Benefits of Intuition
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Mental projection for better relationships We are involved in all kinds of relationships: family, social friends, and business associates. There are parent-child relationships, employer-employee relationships, and doctor-patient relationships, as well as relationships between salesperson and customer, and many more. You can use your Everyday ESP to detect information that can help you to troubleshoot all kinds of relationship problems, even before they develop. You can learn to sense the other person’s needs and wants so that you can respond appropriately. You can use Everyday ESP to detect the invisible barriers that people have erected, old wounds you may have forgotten, or not even know about, and misunderstandings that have never been adequately resolved. Then you can use remote influencing to establish rapport at deep, inner levels, and watch the changes that take place at the outer level. That’s what Marie Buckingham (now Burleson) did. Shortly after completing the Silva training, she found herself faced with a challenge in a junior-high school classroom. There were four troublemakers in one of her classes, four girls who disrupted the rest of the students so that no one could participate. It was not limited to just Marie’s classroom. These same girls had a reputation among the faculty and the school counselor for causing similar trouble in all of their classes. For one week, Marie programmed herself to wake up earlier than usual so she could project to these girls while they were still asleep. Here’s Marie’s story, in her own words: I would get up, maybe 15 minutes early, and project each one on my mental screen. I’d spend five minutes, maybe less, on each one. I told them that it’s more fun to be good than bad and reminded each one that I thought she was a wonderful person. And they were all nice girls, and they were all intelligent. I told them that I hoped they would cooperate in class so that they, and their classmates and I, could all enjoy the class. I told them I looked forward to having them do this and that I would appreciate it. Then I thanked them. After the next class, I asked them to stay behind for a minute. I told them that they were creating problems in the class, but that I knew they were nice people. When they came to class the next time, the ringleader refused to let herself become involved in the antics of the other three. She sat apart from them. During the next class, she asked a question. The other students looked at her in disbelief. Pretty soon, though, she came up with some ideas, and by the end of class, all four girls were participating in class. As they left the room at the end of class, the ringleader looked at me, smiled, and said, “You know, I think it’s more fun being good than bad.” That was the end of my trouble with the troublemakers. Imagine how valuable these skills are for parents. There will be people in your child’s peer group wanting him to join a gang. Somebody is going to try to get one of your children to try drugs. Four of his friends will be there, calling him “chicken” and trying to get him to try it. How important will your powers of Remote Influencing be at that instant? How valuable will they be? Now is the time to practice and develop your ability. Somebody is going to pressure your teenage daughter to try sex—unprotected sex. This could be a life-and-death decision that you are making today when you decide to develop your Everyday ESP. You can use Remote Influencing to reach your children at a deep inner level where they know you are telling them the truth, that what you are telling them really is in their best interest, just as Marie Buckingham did. Teaching Teamwork to Three-year-olds Have you ever watched 3 and 4 year old children play soccer? That was the challenge that faced Katherine Watson when she agreed to coach her 3- year-old daughter’s soccer team. “No matter how much you explain to them that the objective is to score goals,” Kathy said, “they all just want to kick the ball. Instead of staying in position so that somebody can pass the ball to them, then all just run towards the ball and whoever gets there first gets to kick it. “I decided to try to reach them with the techniques that Marie Buckingham used with the 3 troublemakers in the class she was teaching (see story above). “First I talked to them during practice, and explained to them again that if they work together as a team, then will score more goals, and if they score more gals than the other team, they will be the winners. When they win, their parents will be proud and excited, and I will give them little stickers that they can wear, showing that they are winners. “Then I added one extra element: That night, I went to the alpha level - my "center" - and communicated with them again. I created mental pictures of everything that I talked to them about. I pictured them playing as a team, each member of the team in the proper position to receive a pass and move the ball closer to the goal before passing it to another teammate. I pictured them winning, getting their stickers, and enjoying all the praise and attention from their parents. “Before the game the next day, I spoke to them again and reminded them of all these things. While talking to them, I made mental pictures of them doing these things. I also reminded them that I would reward them with stickers when the won the game. “During the game, everything went just as I pictured it with my players. It was chaos on the other team, with all of the players trying to get to the ball and kick it, while my players played as a team, staying in position to receive the ball, scoring goals, and winning. “Parents from the other team came over to ask me how I had gotten my players to follow instructions and play so well. “I just tell them what to do, and they get the picture, was my answer” This article is reprinted with permission from Jose Silva’s Everyday ESP by Jose Silva Jr.
Dallas Cowboys fans Katherine Watson and daughter Lily
Copyright © 2016 by Avlis Productions Inc.
Silva Courses From the mind of José Silva
“So that when we move on, we shall have left behind a better world”
Benefits of Intuition
Mental projection for better relationships We are involved in all kinds of relationships: family, social friends, and business associates. There are parent-child relationships, employer-employee relationships, and doctor-patient relationships, as well as relationships between salesperson and customer, and many more. You can use your Everyday ESP to detect information that can help you to troubleshoot all kinds of relationship problems, even before they develop. You can learn to sense the other person’s needs and wants so that you can respond appropriately. You can use Everyday ESP to detect the invisible barriers that people have erected, old wounds you may have forgotten, or not even know about, and misunderstandings that have never been adequately resolved. Then you can use remote influencing to establish rapport at deep, inner levels, and watch the changes that take place at the outer level. That’s what Marie Buckingham (now Burleson) did. Shortly after completing the Silva training, she found herself faced with a challenge in a junior-high school classroom. There were four troublemakers in one of her classes, four girls who disrupted the rest of the students so that no one could participate. It was not limited to just Marie’s classroom. These same girls had a reputation among the faculty and the school counselor for causing similar trouble in all of their classes. For one week, Marie programmed herself to wake up earlier than usual so she could project to these girls while they were still asleep. Here’s Marie’s story, in her own words: I would get up, maybe 15 minutes early, and project each one on my mental screen. I’d spend five minutes, maybe less, on each one. I told them that it’s more fun to be good than bad and reminded each one that I thought she was a wonderful person. And they were all nice girls, and they were all intelligent. I told them that I hoped they would cooperate in class so that they, and their classmates and I, could all enjoy the class. I told them I looked forward to having them do this and that I would appreciate it. Then I thanked them. After the next class, I asked them to stay behind for a minute. I told them that they were creating problems in the class, but that I knew they were nice people. When they came to class the next time, the ringleader refused to let herself become involved in the antics of the other three. She sat apart from them. During the next class, she asked a question. The other students looked at her in disbelief. Pretty soon, though, she came up with some ideas, and by the end of class, all four girls were participating in class. As they left the room at the end of class, the ringleader looked at me, smiled, and said, “You know, I think it’s more fun being good than bad.” That was the end of my trouble with the troublemakers. Imagine how valuable these skills are for parents. There will be people in your child’s peer group wanting him to join a gang. Somebody is going to try to get one of your children to try drugs. Four of his friends will be there, calling him “chicken” and trying to get him to try it. How important will your powers of Remote Influencing be at that instant? How valuable will they be? Now is the time to practice and develop your ability. Somebody is going to pressure your teenage daughter to try sex—unprotected sex. This could be a life-and-death decision that you are making today when you decide to develop your Everyday ESP. You can use Remote Influencing to reach your children at a deep inner level where they know you are telling them the truth, that what you are telling them really is in their best interest, just as Marie Buckingham did. Teaching Teamwork to Three-year-olds Have you ever watched 3 and 4 year old children play soccer? That was the challenge that faced Katherine Watson when she agreed to coach her 3-year-old daughter’s soccer team. “No matter how much you explain to them that the objective is to score goals,” Kathy said, “they all just want to kick the ball. Instead of staying in position so that somebody can pass the ball to them, then all just run towards the ball and whoever gets there first gets to kick it. “I decided to try to reach them with the techniques that Marie Buckingham used with the 3 troublemakers in the class she was teaching (see story above). “First I talked to them during practice, and explained to them again that if they work together as a team, then will score more goals, and if they score more gals than the other team, they will be the winners. When they win, their parents will be proud and excited, and I will give them little stickers that they can wear, showing that they are winners. “Then I added one extra element: That night, I went to the alpha level - my "center" - and communicated with them again. I created mental pictures of everything that I talked to them about. I pictured them playing as a team, each member of the team in the proper position to receive a pass and move the ball closer to the goal before passing it to another teammate. I pictured them winning, getting their stickers, and enjoying all the praise and attention from their parents. “Before the game the next day, I spoke to them again and reminded them of all these things. While talking to them, I made mental pictures of them doing these things. I also reminded them that I would reward them with stickers when the won the game. “During the game, everything went just as I pictured it with my players. It was chaos on the other team, with all of the players trying to get to the ball and kick it, while my players played as a team, staying in position to receive the ball, scoring goals, and winning. “Parents from the other team came over to ask me how I had gotten my players to follow instructions and play so well. “I just tell them what to do, and they get the picture, was my answer” This article is reprinted with permission from Jose Silva’s Everyday ESP by Jose Silva Jr.
Dallas Cowboys fans Katherine Watson and daughter Lily
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