I just had a question for you. When you do your mind-training, do you always do it in a self-hypnotic state where you are completely relaxed and repeat your affirmations in a soft voice – also how long do you do this for? I was also wondering if there was a more comfortable position for self-hypnosis because I watched your video with Kelly and found it intriguing but when I tried to sit with my back straight and legs how you described I found I was very tense, especially in my legs unless I slouched my back.
That’s a great question!! I always do self-hypnosis for 10 mins before I start my ASTs. Because this helps to absorb the positive affirmations more effectively. The position in which I sit is called “Ardha Siddhasana” which is a famous position especially when you do meditation. If you are not used to this position then maybe you can sit on a cushion and try sitting in this position (Ardha Siddhasana) . One more thing when you sit in this position you don’t have to consciously erect your spine because when you sit in Ardha Siddhasana automatically your spine will become erect. I’ll share a link here where you can learn the correct position (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qc0ZA6ciWgc). If you still have questions on this please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we shall maybe schedule a session and discuss on this further.