The Silva Method comprises a self-empowerment system, which augments personal success and shapes beliefs. According to its proponents, the technique aims to reach and sustain a higher state of mental functioning called alpha state. The method also uses affirmations and visualizations.
Jose Silva, founder of the Silva Method, developed a program that trained people to enter certain brain states of enhanced awareness. Today, thousands of Silva Method instructors teach the system over several days to groups of students in numerous countries worldwide. The Silva Method is a therapeutic technique grouped within the human potential movement.
The Silva Method program is a process consisting of sixteen mind-directing exercises designed to steadily expand awareness. By increasing ability to focus and utilizing your expanded thinking a mental edge is achieved which is beneficial in meeting goals and for self-improvement. The Silva Method also is effective in helping to eliminate negative thought patterns and influences and teaches adherents to focus on positive aspects, thereby leading to success.
Numerous graduates report Silva successes in eliminating stress, bad habits, aches & pains, which result in an elevated energy level. The method is also effective in improving memory, elevating self-confidence, eliminating negative behaviors, and improving relations with others. In the field of business, the Silva method leads to increased productivity, employee communication and responsibility.
The Silva Method success formula (D + B + E + R + P) includes: Desire as an essential element f or achieving success in any goal you set. Belief that you can accomplish anything you set your mind to do. The method teaches elimination of old, limiting beliefs and development of new, positive focused ones. Expect success, and develop confidence your goals will be met. Recognition—recognize small steps that lead to successes to maintain a successful mental attitude. Practice your newfound mental edge daily to maintain effective conditioning. For more information contact Dr. Richard Browne at (305) 595-9500.