The Crock Pot Technique is very simple technique used to achieve success by accessing the power of your subconscious mind. This method was discovered in a book called the Power of Universal Mind, by Robert Collier. For anyone unfamiliar with using a crock pot, the idea is to add you ingredients to a low pressure cooking pot and walk away for 6-8 hours. This is a great cooking technique for busy people.

There are 3 basic steps.
1. Provide the subconscious mind with  all the details about a problem and write it down on paper.

2. Ask your subconscious mind for a solution to the problem.

3. Place the paper into something like a box, dresser drawer, vase or what ever works for you and forget about the problem by doing something relaxing. In 21 days or less, solutions to your problem will pour out of your mind.

It’s important to keep your goal to yourself. Others will question you and interrupt the cooking process. This will put doubt in your conscious mind and prevent anything from happening. You want to forget about it without being questioned.

From Rags to Riches. With only an eighth grade education, Bill Lear became very successful with this technique. After reading “Universal Mind,”Bill invented the tuning coil for car radios and made his first million before he was 21 years of age. Using this technique, Bill went on to invent the 8-track cassette, Dynamic Speaker, Auto Pilot, Direction Finder, Radio Transceiver and 150 other patents. An aerospace company told the government it would take an experienced aeronautical design team 10 years and $100 million to design a small business jet. Bill Lear and his small team designed it and had it certified in two yeas for $10 million. Sales were $52 million in the first year. Source: “The Genie Within” By Harry Carpenter


The Reticular Activator  is a part of the brain the stays on alert.
It’s job is to make you notice some things and ignore other things (if you noticed everything, you’d be too distracted to function). When you buy a new VW, it seems like the whole world has bought VWs, because you notice them everywhere. That’s the reticular activator at work. Motivational speakers, business consultants, and authors of “success books” always stress the importance of having a clear goal. One of the reasons goals are so important is because they activate your reticular activator. If you have the goal of writing and publishing a bestselling book, for example, you will start noticing things you’ve never noticed before. It seems the world is conspiring to help you out. You’ll meet just the right people. You’ll run into the perfect designer for your cover by an amazing coincidence. You’ll happen to stumble across a magazine article that tells you about a software program that will really speed up your writing. And so on. If you have the goal of writing and publishing a bestselling book, for example, you will start noticing things you’ve never noticed before. It seems the world is conspiring to help you out. You’ll meet just the right people. You’ll run into the perfect designer for your cover by an amazing coincidence. You’ll happen to stumble across a magazine article that tells you about a software program that will really speed up your writing. And so on. All these things are happening because your clear goal has set up the conditions for your reticular activator to work well. That’s how it works. When you know exactly what you want, your reticular activator goes to work automatically to help you get it.You can use your reticular activator as a powerful force for good in your life. Give it a strong, clear goal, keep your motivation at a high pitch, and your reticular activator will go to work for you, twenty-four hours a day, helping you find a way to make it happen. Source: www.youmeworks.com

“I don’t care how much money or time it takes; I’ll attack it on the basis of ‘it can be’ done. I don’t think there has been a single thing I ever did, where I didn’t first recognize there was a need for it. Just thinking up something great out of nothing is an exercise in futility.”–Bill Lear

All of our senses filter through the reticular activator. It works with the subconscious mind making us aware of any thing related to our goal. This is why it’s important to have a clear goal in min, visualize it, write it down and let your subconscious do the rest. All it needs is a clear goal. Eric Butterworth was a Unity minister well known for his dynamic and influential sermons used this technique. He would write down a subject or theme in advance and forget about it. During the week his subconscious mind would collect the words and ideas. On Sunday morning his words would flow like a river. Download the free wish list template and get started now!  Fill in the areas that are relevant to you and let your subconscious mind go to work.