Announcing an Amazing Technique to
Improve Your Tennis Game
Most tennis players don't realize one very important
thing; their tennis game is created in their thoughts and imagination.
Your outer results are a replica of your inner state of mind. All things
originate in thought first. Including so called talent and athletic
ability. It is a well proven principle in Hypnosis that once a person
believes something on a subconscious level that idea becomes a fact.
An example of this is someone who is in a deep state
of hypnosis, is told that they are about to be touched by the end of a
burning cigarette. In reality it is only the hypnotist's pencil. The
result is the subject immediately gets a blister. Their body produces
the same exact symptoms as if a real cigarette had touched them.
Another example is that of a man who accidentally got locked in a
freezer car on a train. That car was actually inoperative and never got
below approximately 50 degrees. When this person was found he was dead
and the symptoms were of hypothermia or freezing to death.
The cause of these situations was the power of belief.
Even though the physical reality said otherwise the power of a
person's belief is even stronger than reality. There is a saying
that "What you can conceive and believe you can achieve." Your
potential in life is unlimited if you can control your beliefs. You
simply have to learn to control and direct your imagination instead of
letting it run wild. Your habitual thinking and imagining controls your
results. Just look back at your tennis game and you will see that this
is true. Try these ideas out, pretend that they are true and eventually
you will come to believe them as I have. I'm going to give you very
simple step by step techniques that you can use for tennis, sports and
any other area of life to manifest your goals.
The principle is called Continuous Imagination.
The application is quite simple, focus on what you want to happen and
ignore your present negative results and do this continuously. You
want to create circumstances and not be a victim of them. You can't let
the so-called outer world of reality dictate what you can accomplish,
for in fact reality is created in your imagination and then
manifested as your results. You have to stop saying and believing you
have a bad backhand. For in fact if you look back on your playing
experiences you must have hit at least a few great backhands.
So the first technique of continuous imagination is
to look back on your past experiences and dwell only on the times when
you were successful. Stop trying to be a realist by including your
weaknesses. Whatever you focus on gets magnified in your awareness. So
focus on success rather than failure. This is the same idea Anthony
Robbins teaches, that human beings are deletion creatures. We very often
delete all of the positive experiences we've had in life and focus on
the negative instead. Tennis players are notorious for constantly
complaining about having a bad day and about all the mistakes they are
What will happen if you use this technique? It is
amazing but you start learning again and you get out of your rut. You
start to realize that you have amazing potential and better yet you
start to feel the incredible inner power behind your beautiful thoughts
of success. I've applied this technique many times to my own game and
have seen tremendous improvement with little physical practice.
One time I went out to play and programmed my mind to
believe that I had an incredible return of serve. The fact of the
matter is that previous to that point I considered my return of serve a
weakness. Even though there were times in the past that I did return
serve well. Most of my experiences were of a weak return, so being a
realist I identified with the majority of my past outcomes rather than
the minority of good times. All the while I didn't realize that I
constantly created my reality by expecting a poor return of
serve. Well the results were incredible. My first two return of serves
were returned for winners in the most difficult return of all, the
inside out one-handed backhand return. I had a general sense of
confidence on my return and performed much better than normal. To this
day my return of serve is much more reliable because I changed my
beliefs. My thoughts made a new reality for me. If I went in with my old
thinking I'd still be messing up my returns no matter how many lessons I
took to straighten them out.
The way to change your beliefs and self-image is to
use the power of continuous imagination. You must learn to control your
imagination because it is the source of your personal power. Don't let
it run wild, instead you must control it. It can create or destroy and
it is extremely sensitive and in use 24 hours per day. Pretend or act
as if you had achieved your goal of a great serve or of playing in
the zone or to play like Pete Sampras, Andre Agassi or Martina Hingis.
Soon enough it will become a reality. The key is to have a sustained
visualization period so that your thinking then becomes automatic.
For the next 30 days I want you to spend 15 minutes
in the morning and 15 minutes in the evening of visualizing having
achieved your tennis goal. Sit back and close your eyes and get your
body relaxed. Picture a relaxing scene from your past. Or you can chant
a holy word or prayer for about 5 minutes to get you in a receptive
state to tune into the higher power. In your imagination see a golden
white light fill you and let it spread out from you to include the world
and then the universe. Then feel the infinite power, love and freedom
flowing through you. Once you get a sense of this you are ready to
visualize your desired goal. Remember to make it in the present tense,
to imagine from the desired state. Live it and feel it. Experience all
the muscles involved and enjoy the feeling of having achieved your goal.
See what it feels like to hit that backhand at full power and feeling
Make up a short inspiring sentence of you having
achieved your goal and write that sentence out on the back of a business
card. Make sure to carry the card with you and repeat the sentence at
least 50 times throughout the day. The card will act as an anchor to
your higher power the Creative Imagination. If you can put beautiful
pictures of your goal on the front of the card that is even better.
Visual pictures can be very inspiring. As the saying goes "A
Picture is Worth a Thousand Words."
If you follow these techniques you can make more
progress on your tennis game in a month than you made in the last year.
(I'm a tennis pro and have been studying
and developing these techniques for over 15 years. I'm also a certified
practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming. My research has included
the study of hundreds of books including peak performance and personal
growth literature, accelerated learning, spirituality, metaphysics, and
nutrition. I've also attended numerous seminars in the personal growth
field. I've been a leader, teacher and seminar speaker in a
spiritual/personal growth group for over 10 years.) For more techniques,
info or to schedule tennis lessons, contact me Roger Haeske at (732)
432-4839 or email email@example.com.