Cybernetic Transposition was developed by Stuart Lichtman who has spent over 25 years developing it. It can be used by anyone to more easily create more success, money, or anything they really want. Sounds like a bold claim? Read on, because Stuart Lichtman is the real deal.
“Cybernetic Transposition is the proprietary technique I developed and perfected, and which companies paid me $25,000 a day to teach their employees.” – Stuart Lichtman
Why would they do this?
Because “Cybernetic Transposition may be the single and most powerful technique ever developed for personal achievement. What Cybernetic Transposition does is empower the mind to use one success – any success – that you have experienced, and “transpose” (or transform) that first success into the solid foundation for a success in another area.” – Stuart Lichtman How To Get Lots Of Money For Anything Fast
Cybernetics -Â the science of communications and automatic control systems in both machines and living things.
Cybernetic Transposition – The ‘Bulls Eye’ In Your Mind
Let’s imagine you’re going to buy a car. You decide on which model you want to get and before long you’re seeing that model everywhere! How does it happen? Before you started looking for a new car, you never even noticed its existence. Now, everywhere you look there are cars like the one you want.
What’s happening is that your conscious focus has been so strong and sustained that your unconscious mind is now looking for ‘your’ type of car. Every car like the one you’re interested in gets flagged up to your unconscious mind, which draws your attention to it. It’s a bit like having a silent partner helping you out.
You might have experienced this for anything you have consciously wanted for any duration of time. If you’ve focused on something with deliberate intent for long enough, your unconscious will start flagging up scenarios which are a good fit for what you want.
Unconscious Blockers Stopping You Getting It
If this is true for everyone, why can’t we all manifest everything we want instantly? Just think about the mansion and dream lifestyle and it appears right? Well, unless your conscious mind and unconscious mind work together, somewhere there will be a conflict. Let’s say you want a new job. So you start looking but your negative self image and old beliefs about yourself get in the way.
You focus on how the last job was too difficult, or you think about the reasons not to get the job: you see yourself arguing with the boss, or the lousy pay cheque! This causes you to stop focusing on what you really want, and get distracted by any negative contrary intentions which you might have. So as a result, you don’t focus on the end goal for long enough for it to have a significant impact on the unconscious mind.Â
Do You Really Know What You Want?
You probably don’t entirely know exactly what you want either. Maybe you want more money, but how much? How will you feel once you have it? What will you do then? The Cybernetic Transposition technique works by allowing you to focus all parts of your mind on a single achievable target. Unless all parts of your mind are in unison, you’ll sabotage your goal by creating conflict in your mind.
Knowing what you want is a major part of achieving it. Unless you have a clear target, it’ll be much more difficult to hit it. Most people don’t fully know what they want. Maybe you want more money, to lose weight, or to find a partner. But it is your contrary thoughts and intentions which get in the way, rather than your ability to achieve your desire.
Let’s say you want to be fitter, so you go to the gym. Then after a week of hard training you want to go out for a few drinks and have a late night and a kebab. The next day you’re feeling lethargic so you don’t go. Before long you have fallen out of the training habit and are back to your default comfort zone. Perhaps you didn’t want the outcome badly enough, or you didn’t want to give up on your old habits. You maybe forgot about your goals of getting fit, and instead realised you enjoy having fun more!
Cybernetic Transposition – What Does It Take?
Anyone can use Stuart Lichtman’s Cybernetic Transposition technique to improve their lives in anyway they want. But what does it take to make it happen? How much work is involved? This question might give you an opportunity to discover how much you really want change in your life. If you are only curious about making a change, but don’t want to work for it, you’ll probably give up before you can see the power of this technique.
Here’s a quick summary of what’s involved in the technique:
- Firstly create a target (a goal) which you know you clearly want to manifest. It needs to be understood by all major aspects of your unconscious mind. This means getting very clear on exactly how you would like your target to appear.
- Prioritise your target so that your unconscious mind will focus on it, while you are getting on with the other activities in your day. (Like the example of spotting cars at the start of this article).
- Resolve any unconscious habit patterns which would normally prevent you from achieving your target.
Although this looks like it is pretty straight forward, it does take some time. However, it is definitely worth persevering with. Your conscious mind and unconscious mind are far more powerful that we ever give them credit for.
Until we learn how to combine their strengths, we won’t be using them in unison or living to our full potential. Getting clear on what we want, and focusing on clearing our counter intentions is where most of the work is done. Once we are aligned with our best intentions and have removed any unconscious intention blockers, we can co-ordinate the efforts of all parts of our mind.
Is It Right For You?
Your unconscious mind is wise, and helps you to align with what is right and what is wrong for you. Sometimes we might think we want something from life, but our unconscious mind will hold us back because it knows better, or that there is something better waiting for us. This is where a lot of the work will be done. Getting clear on your intentions involves writing out your goals/targets and changing them according to your perception of them as you read them back to yourself.
This includes listening to your counter intentions as you go. It would be counter productive to continue to focus on a goal which you didn’t really want, when all things are considered. Or, if you focused on a goal which someone else wanted for you, for example. If either was the case, you would most likely sabotage your goals long before you achieved them anyway! So it’s much more effective to get clear first before setting your target.Â
Sharpening Your Axe
Once upon a time, a very strong woodcutter asked for a job in a timber merchant and he got it. The pay was really good and so was the work condition. For those reasons, the woodcutter was determined to do his best.
His boss gave him an axe and showed him the area where he supposed to work.
The first day, the woodcutter brought 18 trees.
â€œCongratulations,â€ the boss said. â€œGo on that way!â€
Very motivated by the boss words, the woodcutter tried harder the next day, but he could only bring 15 trees. The third day he tried even harder, but he could only bring 10 trees. Day after day he was bringing less and less trees.
â€œI must be losing my strengthâ€, the woodcutter thought. He went to the boss and apologised, saying that he could not understand what was going on.
â€œWhen was the last time you sharpened your axe?â€ the boss asked.
â€œSharpen? I had no time to sharpen my axe. I have been very busy trying to cut treesâ€¦â€
No Focus Equals No Change
By not having a focus in life, we are sure to hit nothing, be nothing and achieve nothing! However, there’s also the perspective that once we set down a certain path, we negate all other possibilities which might have otherwise appeared. By focussing so much on what we want,Â we might miss the point, or life even, in the process.
It is therefore useful to include an ‘insurance policy’ in your intentions. This might be as simple as saying “This, (or something better) will happen, in ways that are for the greatest good for me and for everyone else involved”.
Getting clear on what you want is the same as sharpening your ‘axe’. Many people go through life with a blunt axe, never learning how to focus their mind on what it is they truly want from life. The Cybernetic Transposition technique is a technique for sharpening your mind. Anyone serious about changing their life for the better, or achieving any difficult goal or target, can benefit from Stuart Lichtman’s How To Get Lots Of Money For Anything Fast.Â