Wouldn’t it be nice if people would be able to transmute negativity to something really positive, like better feelings, more happiness or…. extra money perhaps?
Within last two years I made a number of very interesting observations related to direct connection between emotional state and money.
I found that if I conjure and maintain highly positive emotional state even if for a few minutes – this inevitably and mysteriously translates into spike of positive developments, such as effortless new sales, inflow of business propositions, business requests with high success rate and unexpected income from multiple directions.
The point to note here is that the emotion needs to be real, positive with intense sense of aliveness, sort of like when you really feel like giving a hug to everyone including trees and parking ticket officer.
I have a few small online businesses selling digital products and related consulting services. Whenever I see a sales spike – I try to correlate this with any previous event or activity so that later on I could replicate that!
The most amazing discovery was that no advertising or business “pushing” affected sales as much as my own inner emotional state. This works amazingly predictable in both directions – if you find yourself in emotionally low (negative) level – no business or life improvement effort will amount to much benefits. And the opposite is true as well – if you maintain highly positive emotional state – all the good things including money just start flowing with no much effort from your side.
I found that the real work is not to meditate on money, but to achieve a positive emotional state.
Interested in the subject of emotions I derived Emotional Energy Shift (EES) technique – the quickest way to shift emotions from negative to high vibration positive territory. Emotional Energy Shift Technique allows any person to take control over inner emotional energy level without need to change or improve any “external” circumstances. I discovered that EES is the absolute quickest way to get into the state of Vortex, so well described in the teachings of Abraham.
Before getting into details of how to practice EES, here are a few of my personal recent real life experiences:
Intuition for trading success
I been involved in market trading since ~1996 when I opened my first brokerage account. After some lousy steps with funds and stocks I been introduced to options trading by our mutual friend. The concept of markets fascinated me – it’s the game where all cards are opened [all information you want is generally available] and yet it’s the most complicated game in the history of mankind to succeed in.
I wanted to study the methods and minds of the world’s most successful traders and was naturally guided to pick Jack Schwager’s series of “Market Wizards” books. I read his interviews with a pen, paper and bunch of bookmarks. I read these books probably 10 times – and each read was like a study for an exam. For each trader I highlighted the most important points, how he does everything, what his mind set is, what his education was, what was special about his life, how he started and how he defined and explained his own success. And of course how he picks securities, markets, stop points and all the good stuff I can squeeze from the information given by Jack’s books.
I ended up with 2 books looking like they been used in a pillow fight instead of pillows + about 200 bookmarks in each. I also ended up with the following conclusions:
- Every successful trader defines his success in different terms.
- Every successful trader explains his success differently.
- Every successful trader has some “general” and some specific advice for others that sounds “ok” but has nothing to do with trading success.
- Every successful trader will likely to succeed in any security and in any market. And likely he will succeed in many other tasks as well unrelated to markets.
On my quest for the ultimate answer on “what defines consistent success in trading” question – Jack’s books did not have one for me.
I love these books and they were lots of fun to read and study, but I had to look elsewhere.