By Ayasha Roberson

To reserve your negative and unconscious processes, you’ll need to learn how to clean your mind of the negative programs that are causing you to UNCONSCIOUSLY AVOID your F.E.A.R.S. You’ll also needs to learn the difference between a positive and a negative process.

A PROCESS PROCESS is defined as, “A series of actions that brings about Your INTENDED end result.” A good example of a positive process is a person’s deciding that he wants to buy a car. He then goes out to several car dealerships, researching the different types and styles that are available, and he decides which car he wants. He then negotiates with the dealer on the price, arranges financing, and buys the car. The result is a positive process because this person created what he INTENDED to create.

A NEGATIVE PROCESS is defined as , “A series of actions that prevents YOU from reaching YOUR intended end results. ” A good example of a negative process is a person’s deciding that he wants to buy a car, but his father tells him that he will never get one because he doesn’t deserve one. His mother tells him that he is too immature to have a car. A banker tells him that he cannot get a loan for a car because he is a “bad risk.” Each one of these negative actions SHOCKS him. The result is that he doesn’t even look at new cars because he is too emotionally UPSET and he believes he will never get a car.

“When a person receives a SHOCK and becomes UPSET, that person’s mental and emotional functions are distressed and disordered. He can no longer create in that area and his life gets WORSE! ~Alan Walter

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Ayasha Roberson started Urban SociaLites, LLC in June of 2010, she holds a bachelor degree in Sociology from Richard Stockton College and Masters Degree in Administrative Science from Fairleigh Dickinson University.

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