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Table Of Contents

Acknowledgement
Introduction
Chapter 1
Definitions, explanations and benefits
What is will power
What is self-discipline
The inner power battery
Personal experience
The benefits of will power and self-discipline
Why most people lack will power and self-discipline
Chapter 2
Inner tools for inner work
Make a firm decision
Inner resistance to practice the exercises
The power of choice
Patience
Perseverance
Concentration and will power
Positive thinking and positive attitude
Inner strength overcomes boredom
Pulling your own strings
Keeping silence about your inner work
Desire and motivation
Chapter 3
Introduction to the exercises
Start with simple and easy exercises
Exercising your inner muscles
The exercises and usual daily activities
Overcoming inner resistance
The role of detachment
Control of desires
Advice and tips
Chapter 4
The first series of exercises
Foreword
The exercises
Exercise no. 1 - Arranging matches
Exercise no. 2 - Counting words
Exercise no. 3 - Walking to and fro
Exercise no. 4 - Walking slowly in your room
Exercise no. 5 - Putting on shoes
Exercise no. 6 - Putting one leg over the other
Exercise no. 7 - Holding a glass with your other hand
Exercise no. 8 - Climbing or going down the stairs
Exercise no. 9 - Cleaning a drawer
Exercise no. 10 - Peeling a fruit
Exercise no. 11 - Not watching TV in bed
Exercise no. 12 - Switching off the sound of the TV
Exercise no. 13 - Itching and scratching
Exercise no. 14 - Adding up cars’ plate numbers
Exercise no. 15 - Counting cars
Chapter 5
The second series of exercises
Exercise no. 16 - Getting promptly out of bed
Exercise no. 17 - Picking up trash
Exercise no. 18 - Too lazy to take a shower
Exercise no. 19 - Holding a glass filled with water
Exercise no. 20 - Walking slowly in the street
Exercise no. 21 - Parking a little far
Exercise no. 22 - Getting off the bus before destination
Exercise no. 26 - Skipping TV programs
Exercise no. 27 - Driving behind a slow vehicle
Exercise no. 28 - Wait a while before smoking
Exercise no. 29 - Controlling the desire to spend
Exercise no. 30 - Restraining Curiosity
Exercise no. 35 - Chewing the food slowly
Chapter 6
Making decisions
Who decides for you?
Make small decisions everyday
Exercise no. 36 - Drinking tea or coffee
Exercise no. 37 - Choosing what to wear
Exercise no. 38 - Choosing ice cream flavor
Exercise no. 39 - Changing TV channels
Exercise no. 40 - Deciding where to eat
Exercise no. 41 - Choosing which movie to see
Exercise no. 42 - Speaking up your mind
Exercise no. 43 - Deciding what shirt to buy
Even small decisions are important
Each day initiate an action
Summing up
Chapter 7
Performing disagreeable actions
Exercise no. 44 - Giving your seat in a bus
Exercise no. 45 - Throwing the garbage
Exercise no. 46 - Facing people you don’t like
Exercise no. 47 - Holding cutlery with the other hand
Exercise no. 48 - Changing the order you dress
Exercise no. 49 - Eating without watching TV
Exercise no. 50 - Sleeping on a different side
Exercise no. 51 - Washing with cold water
Exercise no. 52 - Physical exercises
Exercise no. 53 - Crossing a street
Chapter 8
Overcoming negative states of mind
Getting angry means losing control
How anger arises
Eliminating anger
Do not let yourself get offended
Worry and fear
Overcoming worry
Engaging in an absorbing and uplifting activity
Affirmations to drive away worry
Overcoming fears
Mastering nervousness
Mastering impatience
Chapter 9
Reject negative feelings, thoughts and words
Will power as a gatekeeper
Instinctive expression of feelings, thoughts and words
Rejecting unnecessary thoughts and feelings
Controlling words
Chapter 10
Be kind with yourself
Exercise no. 54 - Buying a refreshing drink
Exercise no. 55 - Not buying the cheapest product
Exercise no. 56 - Indulging yourself with delicatessen
Exercise no. 57 - Buying a shirt or a dress
Exercise no. 58 - Taking a day off
Exercise no. 59 - Doing nothing
Exercise no. 60 - Find the time for breakfast
Exercise no. 61 - Time for yourself
Chapter 11
Additional exercises
Exercise no. 62 - Reading
Exercise no. 63 - Going to sleep earlier than usual
Exercise no. 64 - Going to the bathroom at night
Exercise no. 65 - Cleaning and abruptly stopping
Exercise no. 66 - Switching off the TV
Exercise no. 67 - Controlling anger
Exercise no. 68 - Talking calmly
Exercise no. 69 - Sweeping a room
Exercise no. 70 - Counting your fingers
Exercise no. 71 - Extending your hands
Exercise no. 72 - Standing on one leg
Exercise no. 73 - Counting your steps
Exercise no. 74 - Talking a walk
Exercise no. 75 - Ignoring the five senses
Exercise no. 76 - Resist the desire to talk
Exercise no. 77 - Drops filling a glass
A life of inner strength
About the author
“Visualize and Achieve”
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