How To Boost Men’s Testosterone Through The Superhuman Belief System

We’ve gone through ways to boost your testosterone in my previous blog post. Now, let’s go through ways on how to boost men’s testosterone through patterns without interruption.

Pattern Interrupt

With this encouraging outlook and motivation behind us, let’s go ahead and handle any potentially self-sabotaging beliefs that stand in the way of you and your superhuman powers. 

The first thing to understand about beliefs is that habitually thinking the same negative thing over and over is a negative pattern; sort of like a groove in a broken record that plays over and over.  

In order to break any physical neural connections you have associated with negative patterns you’ll need to interrupt this pattern by creating a more empowering belief. With this in mind, let’s take a look at a Circle of Results model for an average person’s health. As you read, make sure you take note if any of this relates to your own personal circumstances and any past failures.

B – I believe that my health isn’t that important because I’m not an athlete or anything special. I believe health food tastes horrible and it’s expensive. I believe exercising is painful. I don’t believe I have time to exercise. 

T – I think, I’m going to die anyway, what’s the point of putting all this effort into my body. I’m not worth the investment. I’ll just stop at McDonalds and grab a quick bite so I can save money and not have to cook anything.

E – I feel sluggish, slow, sick and depressed.

A – I overeat a lot by indulging in fast food, potato chips, snacks and desserts, which probably aren’t the best for my health. I just go back and eat the same thing because it’s easy and cheap.

R – I’m overweight and have a hard time sleeping and getting out of bed. I don’t have the energy to exercise so I usually just watch a lot of television when I get home at night. My dreams keep slipping further and further away because I don’t have the energy to take action. I hang out with other people who have low standards and we complain together.

Obviously, this isn’t the result we’re looking for or anything even close to “Fired Up,” so in order to get a different result we’ll be using a timeless strategy called modeling taken from my training The Winner’s Mindset. By modeling the beliefs of people who have the results we want we can create a newly empowered belief and change our results. Pay attention to the following mindsets and notice, which resonate most with you.

“Exercise is a celebration of what you’re body can do not punishment for what you ate.” Author unknown

“Health is your greatest wealth” Author unknown

“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” – Hippocrates

“Eating well and exercising shows you love and respect yourself while eating unhealthy and remaining sedentary shows you just don’t like yourself that much.” Author unknown

“Take care of your body, it’s the only place you have to live.”  – Personal development pioneer Jim Rohn

“To keep the body in good health is a duty… otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.” – The historical Buddha Shakyamuni

German writer and statesman Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was one of the rare giants of world literature. He composed literary works and established artistic principles that had a profound influence on his contemporaries throughout Europe including Napoleon Bonaparte, which are studied today. Goethe proclaimed: 

“Take care of your body with steadfast fidelity.  The soul must see through these eyes alone, and if they are dim, the whole world is clouded.”

Question:  Did you notice the common thread of most of these master mindsets? 

The common thread is that they all relate back to the unbreakable law of the oneness of mind and body!  

In other words, your body is directly connected to your mind (and vise versa) and by engaging regularly in the Fired Up program you’ll be much more likely to avoid some of those life crushing diseases like Alzheimer’s, cancer, atherosclerosis, dementia and the Coronavirus.  

Obviously, this is crucial for not only optimal health but human survival, so make absolutely sure you keep this front and center of your mind when it comes time to write down your new beliefs.

Perhaps even more important than avoiding disease is that by seeing the world clearly, as Goethe proclaimed, you can better serve others, create more value and contribute more to the world.  

By using the pain of illness and the pleasure of creating superhuman power and contributing more to the world as motivating factors, you’ll avoid becoming the biggest loser and instead become the biggest winner – free of regrets!

Later on, we’ll be using these leveraging factors to create a new Circle of Results Model for your beliefs, so keep these in mind as possibilities for your newly enhanced superhuman belief system.

To learn more about pattern interruption and how we can learn to combat this, I suggest checking out the Fired Up program here.

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