CureTinnitus.org Tinnitus Tip: Inevitability Mindset

A business mentor of mine, Eben Pagan, coined a term called “Inevitability Thinking” as a way to achieve goals.

[private_Complimentary 7-day Tinnitus Liberation First Steps eCourse]”Inevitability Thinking” is a mindset where you basically figure out how a particular desired result can become inevitable. Not probable, not possible, not even likely, but inevitable.

That means you focus on creating the conditions that guarantee success.
How can we apply that to tinnitus? How can you create the conditions that make healing inevitable?
For me, right now, what comes up in my mind is
I need to surround myself with positive, supportive, and happy people
I need to improve my primary relationships with family members
I need to eat the right foods and get enough exercise
I need to relax.
I need time

What comes up in your mind?
How can you create the conditions that make healing inevitable for you?
You certainly need the right knowledge, support, and actions.
The right knowledge:
Do you have books on curing tinnitus? Have you worked with practitioners who can help you, or are you working with people who broadcast that tinnitus is incurable? Are you part of a support group, and how does that support group treat you?

You can gain the right knowledge as a member of the CureTinnitus.org Community. The community has a low monthly fee, and people who cannot afford it can always request a scholarship.

The right support
With so many people insisting that tinnitus is incurable, it’s quite challenging to align your life with people who think otherwise. As a member of the CureTinnitus.org Community, you have a safe, private, positive place to seek solace and to coordinate your healing.

The right actions
Some of the right actions are actually “inactions” Ha ha. What I mean is “rest” is a very necessary “action” for many people with tinnitus. Sometimes you need to stop doing things that are hurting you and start doing things that heal you.
You can learn about the right actions to help you with tinnitus as a member of the CureTinnitus.org Community.

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CureTinnitus.org Tinnitus Tip: Dealing with crazymakers and dissolving all crazymaking you might be doing yourself

Share how you handle the crazymakers in your life. [private_Complimentary 7-day Tinnitus Liberation First Steps eCourse]What about handling the crazymaker in you?

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CureTinnitus.org Tinnitus Tip: Are you avoiding anything?

Are you avoiding anything? [private_Complimentary 7-day Tinnitus Liberation First Steps eCourse]

I sure am, and I figure that might contribute to my still having tinnitus (at least at the time of writing). I’m avoiding some relationship issues, or actually, the people I’d like to resolve things with are avoiding me. Hmmm. I definitely could use a professional massage. Why am I delaying? I keep just working my butt off and not taking care of myself.

What else am I avoiding?

Well, it feels like my life is kind of forcing me to not do certain things that I would really like to do.

Ahh.

So, I’m avoiding taking my life into my own hands. In a sense I am, but I am a whole lot better at it. And frankly, just acknowledging that makes my jaw loosen up.

Also, I keep thinking “I’ll start saving when I have enough money to do so,” and “I’ll pick up where I left off in the martial arts when I get this CureTinnitus.org site running, or when I do this project, or that project.” Why do I avoid taking care of myself and run around and help other people before helping myself? Why do I create self-imposed stress and deadlines? Why not make a conscious effort to really address the things I might be avoiding?

Well, I’ve done that, I’m doing it, and it’s working. I’m getting stronger and setting better boundaries, and taking better care of myself. Yeah, from now on, I am going to say “what I WAS avoiding…”

How about you?

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CureTinnitus.org Tinnitus Tip: What can you think about right now that will make you feel happy?

This one isn’t even about DOING. [private_Complimentary 7-day Tinnitus Liberation First Steps eCourse] This one is just about what you can think about right now that will make you feel happy. For me, it’s my super-smiling daugher! Tossing a football back and forth with friends. Being on a snowy mountain.

Makes me feel happy just to think about.

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CureTinnitus.org Tinnitus Tip: Do you already know what you need to do?

Somewhere, I have this inkling feeling[private_Complimentary 7-day Tinnitus Liberation First Steps eCourse] that people with tinnitus actually know exactly what they need to do to get better. There is someone they have a strained relationship with, or something that they just really NEED to do, and they are not doing it, like heeding their own internal desires.

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CureTinnitus.org Tinnitus Tip: What makes you feel GREAT?

Did you really think that you would get away with just feeling GOOD? As a member of CureTinnitus.org? Pullleaaaase!!!

[private_Complimentary 7-day Tinnitus Liberation First Steps eCourse]What makes you feel GREAT? I mean GREAT!

For me, there are some private things that make me feel great. There’s also helping others. Feeling worthwhile. Knowing that I am doing good. Really letting loose on the dance floor. Composing and then conducting musical pieces…I mean, that is a pretty cool feeling. It’s really the moment of transfer, when I give a musician their part, that really makes me feel great. Conducting a good concert. Making an audience feel somehow relieved, happy, and just better. Giving an audience a real “experience.”

Oooh, also, a job well done, and winning prizes, and getting gifts and really good food.

How about you? What makes you feel GREAT?

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CureTinnitus.org Tinnitus Tip: What makes you feel GOOD?

What makes you feel GOOD?[private_Complimentary 7-day Tinnitus Liberation First Steps eCourse]

For me, it’s time at the park with my daughter. Time to exercise. Reading about and applying advances in dietary knowledge. Having a really good beer. Laughing with friends. Being in touch with friends around the world. Walking in nature. Lifting stuff (I actually like heavy lifting, not every day or all the time, but there’s something about lifting things that I like).

OK, your list just might not be as odd, so why not write it down or think about it for a while?

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CureTinnitus.org Tinnitus Tip: Many people who recover from tinnitus (in whole or in part) wind up grateful for having had it

Many people who recover from tinnitus (in whole or in part) wind up grateful for having had it, how can you be one of them?[private_Complimentary 7-day Tinnitus Liberation First Steps eCourse]

Are you already grateful for your tinnitus? Why are you “better” because of having tinnitus? On my end, I’m more spiritually aware, much more compassionate, healthier, and somehow a whole lot “tougher.”

Editor’s note: this post is a good candidate for videos and snippets from people I’ve interviewed.

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CureTinnitus.org Tinnitus Tip: Spread the word about CureTinnitus.org

Can you help us spread the word?[private_Complimentary 7-day Tinnitus Liberation First Steps eCourse]

Your help could be the difference between the medical community languishing in pessimistic “tinnitus is incurable” rhetoric, and the more scientifically accurate “tinnitus suffers can be helped” vantage point. People with tinnitus who create a recovery plan that includes body work, psychological help, and general health tend to get better.

“You can get better” is a more accurate and positive message than “donate now, we’re searching for a cure for you.” So, let us know if we’ve missed any organizations, and get on the horn and tell them about us.

Also, even if you are skeptical, ask your friends, doctors, and tinnitus groups to evaluate CureTinnitus.org. We are here to be checked out, evaluated, critiqued, and improved! Keep it friendly, and we will be happy to receive your feedback.

http://www.curetinnitus.org/li...nnitusorg/

Better yet, join us today!

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