Heart Soul Wisdom Podcast

Make your Life a 10 - Using your Unconcsious Mind

January 30, 2023 Moira Sutton Season 4 Episode 70
Heart Soul Wisdom Podcast
Make your Life a 10 - Using your Unconcsious Mind
Heart Soul Wisdom Podcast +
Become a supporter of the show!
Starting at $3/month
Show Notes Transcript

Spirituality & Consciousness
Financial Health & Abundance
Mindset & Performance
Science of Creating new Habits
Freedom & Fulfillment
Entrepreneurship & Leadership
Life Purpose, Passion & Vision
Health & Well Being
Creating a Life Plan

Make your Life a 10 - Using your Unconscious Mind

Stuart is an executive, entrepreneur, researcher, consultant, trainer, and coach. As the president of Partners in Excellence, Inc. he’s guided and run about 100 companies and trained more than 70,000 people around the world. For the past twenty years he’s invested heavily in spreading and sharing his Cybernetic Transposition system, which helps individuals achieve their personal goals by connecting the power of their unconscious mind with their conscious efforts. He runs multiple online training sessions ever year, including an annual trainer/coach training session that has drawn more than 100 participants, who each learn how to use Cybernetic Transposition to earn $2 million/year.

Website: https://stuartlichtman.com/

Stuart's Gift: If you purchase 25 copies of Stuart's Book, he will gift you with his $12,500.00 training program.  Email Stuart at: salichtman@gmail.com.

Also, many gifts on his home page above and how you can purchase his book: Make your Life a 10 - using your Unconscious Mind  https://stuartlichtman.com/

Moira's Website: https://moirasutton.com/

Create the Life you Love FB Community: https://www.facebook.com/CreatetheLifeyouLove1/

Long Distance Healing:  https://moirasutton.com/long-distance-reiki-healing-session/

Support the show

[00:03] Intro: Welcome to the Heart Soul Wisdom Podcast, a journey of self-discovery and transformation. Moira Sutton and her amazing guests share real life stories, tools and strategies to inspire and empower you to create and live your best life. Come along on the journey and finally blast through any fears, obstacles and challenges that have held you back in the past so you can live your life with the joy, passion and happiness that you desire. Now, here's your host. Create the life you love. Empowerment life coach Moira Sutton.

[00:58] Moira: Welcome to season four, Episode 70 Make Your Life a Ten using Your Unconscious Mind with our very special guest, Dr. Stuart Lichtman. Stuart is an executive entrepreneur, researcher, consultant, trainer and coach. As the president of Partners and Excellence Incorporated, he's guided and run about 100 companies and train more than 70,000 people around the world. For the past 20 years, he's invested heavily in spreading and sharing his Cybernetic Transposition system, which helps individuals achieve their personal goals by connecting the power of their unconscious mind with their conscious efforts. He runs multiple online training sessions every year, including an annual trainer coach training session that has drawn more than 100 participants who each learn how to use Cybernetic Transposition to earn $2 million a year. 

Stuart is a communicator, an entrepreneur at heart, committed to helping others through not only the life changing cybernetic transposition, but also his shared Vision leadership system, the Super Achiever Coaching Program, the Cybernetic Transposition Trainer Coach Training and the Super Entrepreneur Training. Wow. An online program called how to Get Lots of Money for Anything Fast sold more than 50,000 copies at almost $100 each. His online written resources include the art of success, luck and harmony, and the Impossible as a matter of Course. He is also the coauthor, with his wife, Gloria Walther, of a four book series about early childhood development. This is going to be so exciting. So, without further ado, it's my pleasure to introduce you to Stewart Lichtman. Welcome, Stewart.

[02:43] Stuart: Hi. How are you today?

[02:45] Moira: I am good.  I am looking forward to this. We're going to have fun and there's so much that you can share with your wisdom, and I know it comes from your heart and soul, with your vision, academy and leadership and just what you've brought up to the world and your legacy.

[03:02] Stuart: It's a nice word.

[03:04] Moira: Yeah. So, Stuart, the core concept of your book and thank you for the book Make Your Life a Ten, which we're going to put into the notes for people. I'm going to encourage them to go get it because there's just so much in there for them to really create the life they love by design and not by default, by using this process. And you say in the book that we can achieve those things in our lives that we greatly desire but seem impossible and make our life a perfect ten. Wow. That's quite the statement. I'm so ready to dive in. So how does the unconscious mind run our lives? And that our conscious minds are basically just spectacular. Please expand on this whole concept of unconscious mind. Conscious and the subconscious mind. What's the difference after that between some people say unconscious, some say subconscious. So if you could just lay the groundwork there, that would be wonderful.

[03:54] Stuart: Well, the unconscious is pretty well self defined. It's what's not conscious. Subconscious is a borderline between unconscious and conscious. It's white, is right on the edge of consciousness. Like, you get a little thought and it disappears. That's subconscious. The unconscious runs everything. The reason why I want to say the reason it's the fit with the world. Most people are unaware of the incredible complexity of the world. Take a simple situation like you decide to go on the pit, going to go with a picnic with your family. There are a number of variables there. Where are you going to go? Do all the members who want to go? Do you have the food in the refrigerator, in the house that you want to take? How's the weather driving time? Do you have the time? And so forth in that kind of a situation? When you look at cybernetics, there are literally millions of alternatives. Literally. Now, given that the conscious mind of most people can handle a maximum of three things at once, that's not a good fit. Millions versus three. Let me give you an example of a limitation to conscious mind. Look at the corner of the room you're in that's in three dimensions. Plant with the knife, right? No problem. Now try to hold a picture of that simultaneously of that room at midnight and right now. Can you do that simultaneously? Dimensions length within height. That's only four dimensions. The conscious mind just isn't a fit to the world. In fact, it's a video screen, so to speak. Everything that comes into the conscious mind comes from the unconscious. It's like a clove. An immense river might cause the stream of consciousness, and it runs everything. Think about when you learn how to read or when you've watched a child learn how to read. It's really a four or five year process. You got to learn that certain sounds have meanings. And those meanings are associated with names. And those names are associated with these funny squiggles on paper that you learn are called letters. Some of those squiggles are significant, some aren't. Some combination that those letters are associated with the verbal sound you already have identified and so forth. But now when you look at a book, you don't go through all that. You just look at the book. You know what it says. The unconscious is doing that through a lot of effort. Created unconscious, habit pattern. Same thing. You're driving a car or walking and so forth. So everything we do is done unconsciously. They've now been able to track that using functional MRIs and for example, when you decide to stand up, your muscles, the unconscious tenses of muscles in preparation, up to 10 seconds before you think you're consciously deciding to get up, what you're really doing is getting the whole thing going unconsciously. And the unconscious pops in your conscious mind, thought, Get up and you say, okay. And you stand up. Now, given that the unconscious runs everything, and given nobody's ever taught us how to manage our unconscious mind, a lot of what we want consciously seems impossible because we don't know how to manage the system that makes it happen. In my book and in my teachings, I teach exactly how to do that.

[09:08] Moira: Well, let's just talk about that too. When you talked about the stream of consciousness, how do we separate the messages we receive from our unconscious and separate from this overwhelming flow at times that some of us even I'm an empath, I get a lot of it even during the night from that stream of consciousness that's always flowing.

[09:30] Stuart: Well, actually, you focus on something and you get more of it. I think we've all had the experience of getting hot and you say we said ourselves, I'll write that down later and you forget it and you just don't get it back. That's because you didn't frame or grab a hold of that message from the unconscious right away. So the way you sort things out so that your conscious gets what you want from your unconscious is by focusing on it. Let me give you an example. Headaches or pain or anything else are messages from the unconscious trying to get your conscious attention. And if you focus properly, the headache or pain goes away and you get the message. Give me an example. Some years ago I went with my wife. She had a white PMW and it was leased. Lease was running out, had to go to dealer, decide what she wanted to do, new car, renew the lease, or whatever might be. So I'm a car. I used to raise Porsches.

[11:08] Moira: Wow.

[11:08] Stuart: It was one of those I either won or I didn't finish. Very little in between. And racing is a lot of fun when you have the reflexes. Now, the 84, I don't have those reflexes anymore. But we were at the BMW dealer and it was formed about 80. I left Gloria and my wife to go look at cars because I didn't want to influence her. I don't really like BMWs. I used to have three of them and I had three homes. I had a car in each place and so I didn't want to influence her. So I wandered around. There were a couple of sales. We've been in the salesman city together, and I wandered up to them. And I'm not great. I have asperger's I've had all my life. I don't connect naturally the way other people do. So I wandered up with a kind of lame line. I said, Hi, warm day, isn't it? But nice. How are you feeling? And one of the women said, It's not warm, it's hot, and I have a terrible headache. Do you have anything for it? I said, I don't have any medicine, but if you want dress to name Wacko, I can get rid of her headache. And she kind of looked at me, who's this crazy? Not that. She said, well, okay. And so I led her through a focusing activity. I said, Imagine the color, the headache is a color. And write that down. She said it's red. And I said, Imagine it has a liquid volume. How much water would it take to fill it up? And she said, 103 gallons. Write that down. And what temperature would you imagine it is? Imagine touching it. And she said, 132. I said, is that fahrenheit or something? Great. She says fahrenheit. Write it down. And isn't making a sound that she says making it terribly annoying, out of harmony sound the screech does it. Write it down. So we went through that a couple of cycles, same thing. And third cycle. What's the color? There's no color, it's clear. Well, what's liquid volume? No volume, nothing there. Well, how about temperature? Body temperature and the sound of it's just kind of harmonious circumstanceration sound, like leaves. I said, how's the headache? And he said it's gone. I said okay. That's the first thing. Now, the headache was carrying a message. Focus under her chocolate and center of your chest and say, what was the message? And she jumped up. She said, Drink two glass of water. She got two glasses of water, came back. I said, how do you feel? She said fine. All she did in that was to focus on and get the message from the unconscious. Does that make sense?

[15:14] Moira: Yes, definitely. So that would be your two tools, which is creating imaginary experience process and the color process that you did with that late.

[15:23] Stuart: Yeah. And that works with pains and headaches and so forth. I teach you in the book and I teach you in my training how to consciously communicate with your unconscious, whatever your natural language is, so you can say, what are you trying to tell me? With the pain? It says, Go drink two glass of water. And it's like picking up the phone when it's ringing. The ringing stops and the headache stops. So you first in my work. Just learn to communicate with the unconscious, which of course makes the unconscious conscious.

[16:16] Moira: With that. And thank you for that example. With our conscious and our unconscious mind talking to each other so they're in harmonious alignment. Tell us what blockers are to start and then how do we know? Like when we ask our unconscious I'm getting this mixed up. Yeah, you're unconscious. What's that headache about? Or what's that pain? Would a blocker maybe come up and give you false evidence of what that is like? Not the real answer. Does that happen in the process?

[16:45] Stuart: Very seldom, but there's an easy way to check it out. Okay, if I think of the unconsciousness compiled prize to millions of sub personalities, each one can express a skill or an out of date skill that's called a blocker. Let me give you an example of what I mean by a blocker. You're an infant. You need to get food. It's a matter of life and death. So you got to have to get your parents attention. What do you do? You reach into the collective unconscious and pull out the same thing. All babies do the same thing. They scream. They weigh the alarms and legs around, and they turn red in the face. I've got three kids I'm sorry, five kids. And so I know all about that. Now, that's a really successful thing for an infant. It's scream, and pretty soon somebody comes running. Now, the good news and the bad news is that these unconscious habit patterns, like screaming to get attention in a survival situation, persist forever unless you change them. So let's say Henry, who was the infant, the example is now 43 years old. He just blew a big client in his job because he made a mistake, and he's in hot water with his boss. So he has a meeting with the boss. The boss is considering firing him, and he says, Henry, I'm thinking of firing you. Tell me three good reasons why I should keep you. And Henry says, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. His voice is rising. It's getting louder and louder. He's pounding the table to make his points, and he's getting red in the face. Guess what? That's the same unconscious habit pattern that Henry the infant had, except this time doesn't work. He gets fired. Now, poor Henry doesn't know why he's pounding the table or why his voice is rising, because it's done unconsciously. However, it's rather easy to take the memory of that situation and track back through time to the origination point of that unconscious habit pattern when he was an infant, and through his imagination, change the unconscious habit pattern to what is currently appropriate. So he might change it to saying to the boss, well, I think I do a lot of good things. Can you think of three things that I do well? Sure. Blah, blah, blah. Can you think of five more things I do well? Yeah, actually, sure. And then Henry might say, I set up to say, well, do you think that I could integrate the things I do well into better handling the situation where I blew it? And the bus says, that's exactly what I want you to do. Can you give me an example of doing that? Henry said, sure. Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, says, that's great. You can do that, and you get a ten on your next performance review. Now, Henry can set up through an imaginary experience, the way he'd like to handle that situation currently that would previously have triggered the block or pounding and table screaming, getting red in the face until his unconscious is what I want you to do. And from then on, in that situation where you would otherwise have expressed a child, that example, he expressed this new thing, and it happens automatically. Unless he keeps a journal, he won't know he's doing it, just knows things are going a lot better. Make sense.

[22:09] Moira: So that's creating a new imaginary experience from what you want now, you don't want to experience that anymore from your child. You want this new one and you move through that blocker. When he moves through that, is there any going back or once you do that breakthrough or that shift or through your cyprenetic transposition process, can anyone fall back into an old way of being with habits and beliefs?

[22:38] Stuart: No, you won't fall back. Every part of the unconscious has its only purpose of making it successful. It's just when expressing a blocker gets out of date, when you update it, it takes a new instructions and does it, and that until you change it. If you do it'll, do that maybe six years later, that doesn't work for you anymore. So then you change it again. Perfect. Once you change it, it'll stay that way until you change it again.

[23:25] Moira: Well, that's good news. So how does somebody works?

[23:28] Stuart: Well, yes.

[23:30] Moira: Well, you've worked with millions and millions of people around the world, and the kind of results, as we said in the intro, that I found that very interesting, how the people that learned how to use cybernetic transposition to earn $2 million a year. Wow. I was just saying to my husband's, Cliff - Stuart, that I've done a lot of courses through the years and lots of training and core belief work and you name it, and I thought, I wish I had found Stewart's stuff years ago. I said, can you imagine $2 million a year? That would open up a lot of possibilities. So I might still do your training, Stewart. Who knows?

[24:07] Stuart: Then we'll try the book first.

[24:09] Moira: Yes, I'll do the book first. And thank you. How does somebody then develop a properly formatted clear CT I'm calling it, which is cybernetic transposition objective, and then turn that into a very precise unconscious target.

[24:27] Stuart: There you hit one of the toughest part of the whole thing. People have typically a tremendous number of blockers that prevent them from asking for what they really want. Hard work produces results. Early to bed, early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise get pounded into your unconscious. And of course, if they come from your parents, when you're small, they're taken as true. So that's the way a lot of blockers arise. The truth of the matter is, when your conscious and unconscious minds are in alignment, things are easy. Easy is good. I tell people because it is feedback from your unconscious. Your conscious and unconscious mind are aligned. They're not wasting energy by fighting each other. They're not making life difficult. They're just easy. Life is so easy when you're aligned and that's feedback, they are on track with what's appropriate for you. I talk about the unconscious life plan. I've been a spiritual student ever since I had near death experience. I met God. I decided to come back to this life to finish what I came here to do. Although I can tell you the other side is a lot nicer. And I've been doing that for 40 odd years now. My latest is a technique to save the world. We are now in our Megan. Basically, if you read the news, every day, it gets worse. Ukraine situation, people starving in Africa because of the disruption of the logistics and the weather and so forth. We are really heading towards self destruction if we don't do it through nuclear means. There are lots of other ways that we've developed to destroy humanity. And in fact, that's my current objective, to save the world.

[27:41] Moira: A big why, big vision.

[27:44] Stuart: I get a lot of people to help me, but I've got a very specific process at work. I don't know whether you fellow US politics, but about six or eight weeks ago, there was a big hurrah in Congress. Joe Biden, the President, had what I call the environmental bill that I thought was quite important to reversing global warming and other important aspects. And it was stuck because there's a 50 50 split in the Senate. And there was one senator, Joe Manson, who said, I'm not going to vote for it. I'm going to vote against him. So that, I felt, was a critical thing. So I used my techniques I've developed to save the world on Madison. And five days later, New York Times says, an impossible, remarkable reversal. Madsen turned 180 degrees. He says he'll not only vote for the bill, but you will point out how it is important for everybody else to support it. It works.

[29:25] Moira: That's amazing.

[29:26] Stuart: Five days later, it's very fast. You remember back when John F. Kennedy was killed? Are you old enough for that?

[29:36] Moira: I'm 64. Yeah, I was young.

[29:39] Stuart: Okay, you're parked. I'm 84.

[29:42] Moira: My husband's 74. So there we go. 60, 70, 80.

[29:45] Stuart: Nice. Forbes.

[29:47] Moira: Yes.

[29:48] Stuart: Okay. So Johnson used to be a foment mouth, rabid, racist. I mean, if you read some of the things that he said, it would shock you. How intensely racist was he, for example, spoke on the floor of the Senate opposing an anti winching bill. White people used to lynch, hang black people. And he really was outrageous that way. So he did not at all support Kennedy's civil rights bill. He was hated by all the people around Kennedy. Kennedy was assassinated. There was outpouring at least half the people in the country had voted for him. And there was an outpouring of grief. What's grief? Grief is loving express in the form of missing someone who's no longer present so as outpouring of loving by 65 million people. And in five days, it changed Johnson from a rabid racist to the strongest support of racial equality since Abraham Lincoln. In five days, he addressed both houses of Congress saying, we have to enact Kennedy's civil rights. And he pushed it through. He's very good at pushing things through garbage. Pushed it through in six months. Now, the loving dissipate over time because people get used to things. So shortly after that, he was back to his own kind of rabbit self, and he supported the Creating Award in Vietnam. You can change people now pretty easily. It takes maybe ten minutes a day. If we get a million people doing ten minutes a day, you'll change the world. But you then have to lead people, those leaders, into making concrete, persistent changes, like civil rights legislation persistent. And you need to change things persistent. I'm working on Putin, for example, but I'm not going to need another 10,000 people working on him. But I'm working on him to stop the Ukraine war and rebuild Ukraine if we get enough people doing it. That's great. And this book, Make Your Life a Ten, is the first of four stages in making that happen. Make your life a perfect ten. Get enough people doing that, it'll resonate, and other people will start making their lives a perfect ten, and then they'll be ready to go on. Anyway, I'm getting off track. Sorry about that.

[34:08] Moira: That's okay, sir. This is your passion, this is your vision. So this is about a heartfelt conversation, and I just like it to flow where it flows. And so thank you for sharing that. I also hold Ukraine and Russia and other parts of the world in my meditation, prayer I do every day to hold for peace and harmony and for the families. So I do a lot around that not your process like that, but I'm going to start doing it just excellent. So you talked about the four sorry, did you want to go somewhere there?

[34:40] Stuart: Yeah. I'll send you some emails, four emails to tell you how to do it the way I do it.

[34:46] Moira: Thank you, sir. I would appreciate that. Talk about in your process here, what is your success team? How do people create their success team to support them in their goals and their objectives?

[35:00] Stuart: You've got some sub personalities and you're unconscious who create and have created your greatest successes. So you find them, and then you find the sub personalities who've created your greatest failures. Now you have to realize that in order to create a great failure, which is the opposite of great success, these personnel have to know how to create great successes, or they couldn't create the opposite. Does that make sense?

[35:36] Moira: Explain on that a bit more. I think if you could expand on that that would help.

[35:41] Stuart: Okay, let's take the guys talking about who lost his job by pounding on the table and so forth and so on. Okay. Henry knew how to get himself fired. That was certainly, for most people, would have been a great failure. But the same sub personality knew how to make the great success. And in the example I gave you, henry knew how to reprogram that sub personality. So what you do is you collect seven sub personalities that are already able to and set up to create great successes. And then you take seven sub personalities who creating greatest failures, and you reprogram them through a process that calls a personality negotiation, which causes them to regress to their most basic job, which is always very spiritual, very loving, like self acceptance, joy, loving, upliftment and so forth. And from that perspective, they then pull in subperson to do the blocker, the positive aspect of the blocker jobs. And suddenly you have a team of subpersonalities who are focused on doing the opposite of the block. That's one way of reprogramming the sub personality from creating great failures, creating great successes. Does that make sense?

[37:51] Moira: Yes, it does.

[37:53] Stuart: And so you take both these sets, put them together into a team that will persist. The job is to make you extremely successful at whatever you focus on consciously. So, for example, I use my success team to create parking spaces. I go places. For example, my audiologist I have curry problems. My audiologist is located at the corner of Labrayon Sunset Boulevard. Parking there is, shall we say, incredibly difficult, challenging. I just imagine a perfect parking space there. That's legal. Then I tell my success team, please create that. And whenever I get there, the parking space is already vacated or somebody is vacating it. I can't remember the last time when I didn't get a parking space. So your success team can do a lot of things for you. It's part I use it for helping to achieve seemingly impossible objectives. You said you focus. You asked me before, how do you decide what to go on? Choose as an objective. I think you did. And basically the easy way to choose the objectives is to think of what happened today in your life. What's the first thing that pops in for myself?

[39:57] Moira: Oh, sorry, you're just going through the exercise.

[40:01] Stuart: What pops into your mind? What's the first thing that pops up?

[40:07] Moira: Yeah, the first thing that came to me is our six month old kitten. So that was the first thing that came to me.

[40:14] Stuart: What about your kitten?

[40:17] Moira: Very curious, makes us laugh, gets into trouble. His name is Charlie. He's either good boy Charlie, or Charlie who's out to be extremely curious.

[40:30] Stuart: Okay, so it sounds from your tone of voice, like you'd rate that pretty high at a one to ten scale, where ten is perfect for you. Did I get it?

[40:44] Moira: Yeah, it's up there. When he's mischievous and getting in trouble. It's more like a nine, but he's a kitten.

[40:52] Stuart: Now, imagine a perfect version of that, how you'd really like it to be. What would be a 10 - 10 would be.

[41:03] Moira: Charlie not ruining our furniture. We have really nice coach so he doesn't claw the coach.

[41:09] Stuart: Okay, so not see, you don't want to put in a negative.

[41:13] Moira: A negative? No. No.

[41:15] Stuart: Okay, so what would be a perfect ten for Charlie?

[41:22] Moira: Charlie walking around the coach. Charlie staying on the floor. Charlie just being loving and playful.

[41:32] Stuart: Wonderful. Okay, that's a ten. Only nine. You write down the ten person. Okay. So then you think of the next thing. What's the next thing that comes up in your mind from today?

[41:54] Moira: Looking forward to interviewing you, Stuart.

[41:57] Stuart: Okay, how would you rate that?

[42:02] Moira: That was a ten.

[42:04] Stuart: I do a lot of write it down. That's a ten the way it is. And he goes through the day. And if you're typical, you come up with five or six or seven non redundant situations. And if they're less than a ten, you come up with a perfect alternative ten, like you did with thoroughly. So now you have for today either a ten, as is, or a ten perfect alternative. And that would be a wish list for today. And you do that for yesterday and you do that for last weekend and so forth. And pretty soon you run out of non redundant situations. And that's your unconscious telling you these are the things that are either making your life wonderful or sharply reducing the quality of your life. So the ones that are sharply reducing the quality of your life, you pick one of those that would most positively impact your quality of life if you manifest the perfect alternative of that. And that is where you focus your objective. Does that make sense?

[43:34] Moira: Yes, it does.

[43:36] Stuart: And you take that and you use my technique, you achieve it. Then you go back to your list and you say to your unconscious, are there any more today or the day this year situations I should add to this list? You maybe get two or three more. Then you come up with either as is ten, or a perfect alternative ten. Now, you said you're unconscious. Which one of these would most improve my quality of life? And that's your next objective. And pretty soon, within a few months, you don't come up with any of those that are less than a ten. Guess what? Your life is a paradise on Earth. Everything's a ten.

[44:34] Moira: Isn't that lovely? Thank you, George.

[44:39] Stuart: That's the point. Make your life a ten for sure.

[44:46] Moira: And live your best life. That's what this shows about transformation and healing, an inward, sacred journey affecting the planet, raising the consciousness and vibration of the planet to not only heal Mother Earth, but humanity out to the university and the galaxy. So that's what I say every day now. This three memory validation process. What is that?

[45:08] Stuart: And again, you kind of asked that before. In essence, you say, for example, I'd like my most creative sub person out to come forward.

[45:24] Moira: Okay.

[45:25] Stuart: And in my imagination, subperson that pops up and I have a visual of him. Well, actually it's him, her. It has male and female characteristics, and it's my imaginary experience is this part painting a beautiful painting and creating a beautiful scene and writing a book. It's going bloop bloop, blip blip, all these lovely creative things. And I say, Are you my career must create a part. And it says, yes. Well, sometimes personalities respond to words differently than you would consciously. So I want to check this out. I say, Please give me three memories of times where you demonstrated this great creativity through me. And it says to me, well, when you wrote the second wake up call talk in two months, and when you came up with your great spaghetti with meat sauce recipe that people last night, cetera is fabulous. And when he came up with a great fried chicken recipe that people say are I like cooking.

[47:27] Moira: I know, I read that in the book. I love to cook two stirs. So you like Mexican food? I think you also stated it.

[47:34] Stuart: Anyway, so then I look at these examples like the first one. Yeah, two months. Yeah. I woke up thinking of the book. I worked until three or four in the morning in the book, got it done, satisfied with it as a first draft in two months. Great. Yes, it did that. Okay. How about spilly sauce? Are you kidding? It's the best I've ever tasted. Sure. Good creativity. And about fried chicken, are you kidding? Of course. Okay. Those remembers demonstrate to me that this subpersonat is really creative and that's what this remembering process about. It's just getting an experience or confirmation that the subperson can do what it says it can do.

[48:40] Moira: Thank you for expanding on that. I think that's going to be helpful for the listeners. You state that it's important never to discuss your objective with anyone else in any way before you have it, not with your business partner, the love of your life, your parents, your friends, your siblings. Why is that, in your opinion? Why is that?

[49:00] Stuart: Because the rain on your parade. There's a good chance that given the number of blockers that have been instilled in us, when somebody says, I'm going to do X, what's the first thing that usually comes into mind? No, there's a problem with that. You won't be able to. If they express that, they may trigger a resonant blocker that you have that will block you from achieving your objective. They may just simply reign over the parade and trigger a blocker that makes you feel bad or inadequate, or they may cancel the block of the objective in your unconscious. It would be bad for you to achieve that. So why would you want to make life hard for yourself? You're trying to do things they think are impossible or have been impossible for you, and you don't need any help in making them harder to do. So don't invite people to reign on your parade. Makes sense.

[50:25] Moira: Yes. Because you might then get into the whole thing of whatever, getting into a conversation and saying, defending what you want. And that's just kind of nuts in some ways. Now you talk about I just wanted to ask you because I think some other people might have this question when they think they can, like the ten. Maybe they think, hey, I want to win the lottery. But in your process, you're supposed to lead the how. Let's say this is how I say the how to the universe. Or you're not giving your subconscious mind the opportunity to present in many ways you're saying, I want to win the lottery, period. Do you have people that ask you about that?

[51:08] Stuart: Yeah, I tell people that you can't just screw something up.

[51:18] Moira: Yeah.

[51:22] Stuart: There are some things that are inappropriate to try to achieve this way. The odds of winning the lottery when the big lotteries are between 293,000,340 odd million to one against it, because there are that many people who are also trying to win the ladder. The question is, is it appropriate to prevent those other people from getting what they want in order for you to get where you want, in my opinion, and typically your unconscious will prevent you from doing that unless there is an extremely good reason. So I don't support people trying to win the lottery.

[52:39] Moira: I think if it was reframed, let's say the lottery was you're winning a house or a car or money or whatever, if you were really your target and objective was really you would like to see, like you said, you had three homes. I'd like to have a summer home or a boat or whatever that is. Focus on it that way and it may come through the lottery may come through another way. I want you to share your story. You have several sitting by somebody in a plane, and then that person's a CEO of that, and you did business with them, and that you more or less created that situation. And you did all the time as you traveled quite extensively. Also, the story with you writing to the UK, then Prime Minister Margaret Sacher. What happened there. It's a fun story, so if you can share that, I think that'd be fun.

[53:27] Stuart: It's two stories, so I'll tell them both.

[53:30] Moira: Yes.

[53:32] Stuart: I have a process I call the perfect partner process. Now you can use it to find the perfect romantic partner, perfect business partner, perfect prospect. I use this to find my wife, Gloria. I have 32 specific characteristics that I wanted in my perfect romantic partner. One of them was practically perfect in every way. Thank you nurse poppins One was a successful entrepreneur, and Gloria is a ten on all of them. So you can also do that for clients. I used to do that process to create my perfect clients sitting next to me, the airplane. I used to fly around the world once a month for ten years. I have clients all around the world, typically CEOs of big companies or next step down leading significant organizations. And I would simply set up to have sitting next to me a CEO or someone who could give me a half million to $2 million contract sitting next to me on the airplane, who would really be aligned with what I was teaching. And I'd have these funny experiences you fly first, thanks to my clients, and I'd have these funny experiences to be a person sitting and see they'd move to another seat and say they'd end up sitting next to me. And I was pretty sure this was them. Conversations go, Where are you going? What do you do? So forth and so on. And usually they say, Well, I'm CEO of this company, or I'm leading this group doing that, or I'm an entrepreneur, I just started a new venture back by so and so. And they'd say, what do you do? And I say, I teach people to achieve seemingly impossible things. What seems impossible for you? That was my elevator pitch, yes. And I could tell almost instantly whether they resonated with that. If they did, they'd say, Tell me more. And I give them War Story an example and I'd say it's impossible for you. And they tell me usually about their business, something, and I'd say, I can teach you or your people to handle that very successfully. Sales are down. I can teach your people how to multiply their sales by three to eight times in a year. Would that interest you? Here's how I do it. And usually I get off the plane with a verbal contract and an agreement to me to formalize it. And my closer would be, well, I'll be back here in four weeks. Let's set up an appointment bank. And that made the flights much more enjoyable for me. As far as Margaret Thatcher, I had a friend in England. Annie. I had met her in a human potential training called Insight. That's very good. It awakens loving and spirituality. And Annie called me one day and said, I was just in the House of Commons listening to Margaret Thatcher, and she needs your help. And I said, in what way? And Annie told me she has this big problem with union. She says she needs to revitalize the economy, et cetera. Ty did what I call psychic negotiation with Margaret Thatcher, which is bringing her into an imaginary space and talking with her. And I said, I heard that, blah, blah, blah, and here's what I can do for you. And I gave her my ten version of that, handed it to her. That wasn't a ten for her. She modified ten to me for her, gave it back to me. We had a ten. I said, what's the best way to get in touch with you to get a contract to help you with this? And she said, Write to me. So I did. I wrote a one and a half page letter, sent it off by FedEx. I put my friend Annie's phone number in there and said, here's a local person you can contact because I knew Annie really connected with people. And a week and a half later I have the contract where I think it's about $250,000 to train the back a little bit. The problem we're focused on was that the labor unions were headed by what I would call Leninist leaders. Lennon stalin was a pussycat compared to Lennon. And these guys are trying to bring down the British economy, I assume in collusion with the Soviet Union. And there were massive strikes and unreasonable demands. So I trained managers who dealt with the union's, senior middlewood managers, to do what's in my book maker like ten and also to do psychic negotiation. And within six months, all of the when and this labor leaders had been replaced with more reasonable people and there was a labor piece who to replace them? The rank and file. So that's how it works.

[01:01:21] Moira: Those are great real life stories. Your book is jam packed with so much information and we are going to put the link there for everyone. I think everyone should go purchase the book. You give a lot of beautiful gifts in there too. And by sharing your own personal story, we couldn't get to them all today because there's other ones I wanted to get to. We could have you back maybe 2023 and we could go through more because I think this message, as we said earlier, is really important. And how you're also looking to your intention for world peace for today. I'd love you to share your special gift that you'd like to give to our listeners today. And again, all the links to Stuart. His book will be below in the show notes.

[01:02:12] Stuart: My special gift. Well, if they want to go to my website, Stuartlichtman.com you can get a free book on becoming lucky with a free e-book. And if you really want to go for it, I call it my Trade Books for Training. You can buy 25 copies of Make Your Life a Ten to give away to other people in ways that I will explain. And I will give you a training that I sell for $12,500 called the Super Entrepreneur Training Free. How's that?

[01:03:24] Moira: That's wonderful.

[01:03:25] Stuart: Now, if you want to do that, here's my email. S as in Sam, a as in Apple. L as in light. I as in Ice, c as in Charlie, h as in Harry, t as in Thomas, m as in mother. A as in apple. N as in Nancy@gmail.com -salichtman@gmail.com. They write to me saying I'd like to do the books for training and I'll tell you exactly how to do it. Or if you just want to get one copy of the book, go to Amazon. Make your life a 10 - search the term.

[01:04:12] Moira: That's wonderful. Stuart. Thank you for sharing from your Heart and Soul your Wisdom on Make Your Life a 10 - using your unconscious mind today. Namaste. Thank you.

[01:04:28] Stuart: Thank you. Nice meeting you.

[01:04:30] Moira: You too.

[01:04:36] Outro: Thank you for listening to the Heart Soul Wisdom podcast with Moira Sutton. I hope you enjoyed today's episode. Please join our community@moirasutton.com and continue the discussion on our Facebook page. Create the life you love. You will be part of a global movement connecting with other heart centered people who are consciously creating the life they love on their own terms. Together, we can raise our consciousness for the great greater good of humanity and for our planet.