Week 4 Documents and Downloads

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These documents will help you improve your skills on creating the world you want by visualizing your perfect end result and giving updates to your supporters; making sure you continue to succeed.

After downloading each of the documents below, you will be prepared to move forward with the course. Simply use the navigation bar above and check out this week’s “How To” videos.[/text_block]

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Downloads

  • Creating Your Visualization Goals
    Creating Your Visualization Goals

    This is a guide to helping you get started with visualization and using the “playground of your mind”.
    We get you started with a few bullet points to give your imagination a place to start.
    After knowing what your exact goals are, you will then attach emotions and feelings to your goals.

  • Visualization Exercises
    Visualization Exercises

    Visualization takes time to get good / better at! Stick to daily practice sessions. Dedicate a few minutes each day.

    Make it a daily habit and you’ll be greatly rewarded with new and beautiful skill.

  • Guided Meditation - The Sanctuary
    Guided Meditation – The Sanctuary

    You can use this guided meditation for relaxation while you’re using your mental playground.

    Listen to this audio over and over again. In each session try to gain clarity through mentally filling missing details of scenes and objects. Soon you will be able to lighten up your mental theater. Then, you can use that theater to create whatever you want.

    These guys create awesome guided meditation.
    The easiest way to practice is to download the audio file and listen on your phone or computer. Enjoy.
    TIP: Headphones or earbuds may be really helpful here.

  • IFQ Logo (white)
    IFQ Logo (white)

    You can download the IFQ logo for print, social sharing or visualization exercises. Having the IFQ logo pinned to the wall, posted on mirrors and other readily accessible areas will help remind you of your commitment to quitting.

  • IFQ Logo (black)
    IFQ Logo (black)

    You can download the IFQ logo for print, social sharing or visualization exercises. Having the IFQ logo pinned to the wall, posted on mirrors and other readily accessible areas will help remind you of your commitment to quitting.

  • 100+ Things To Do Instead of Smoking
    100+ Things To Do Instead of Smoking

    When you experience a craving or an urges sneaks up out of nowhere, you may find you can take your mind off of smoking by distracting yourself.

    Use the list of activities below for ideas to help ward off cravings, then make your own list of favorite things to do that you know will help keep you focused and moving forward toward success.

  • Reward Yourself
    Reward Yourself

    Get creative in keeping yourself motivated. You can keep the money you are saving in a highly visible spot, such as a scrapbook, jar, vase or wherever.

    Just seeing your money grow on a daily and weekly basis will be fun; giving you all sorts of motivation for ways to reward yourself.

A Fun Activity To Help Alleviate Stress

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