The One Command is a book by Asara Lovejoy. As I said in my previous post, it is a book that I’ve wanted to read for awhile but just never got around to.
By “awhile” I mean years. It was originally published in 2007.
Well, I finally read it recently and I want to share my thoughts on it.
The One Command is a manifestation technique and it intrigued me the first time that I heard about it. It must have been in one of those free law of attraction teleseminar series that people do all the time.
I remembered that the technique had something to do with reaching a theta brainwave state and issuing your subconscious mind a command that it has to carry out. I’ve played with some brainwave entrainment programs before so I was already familiar with the different states.
So, here are my thoughts about the book and the technique.
Intro – The Sales Pitch
I see the book in three parts:
- The Sales Pitch – selling you on the book and the technique
- The One Command process – how to do the process
- Examples and Suggestions – recommendations and examples of the process in action
The intro section, what I call “The Sales Pitch,” was all about trying to sell the casual browser on trying out the process. It is for the person standing in the bookstore thumbing through the first few pages, or the person on Amazon looking at the “Look inside” excerpt.
The author shares her story about the circumstances in her life that led up to her discovering the One Command process and how her life changed as a result.
She also shares several examples of what other people were able to achieve using the One Command themselves.
Personally, I thought the first section was too long. But then I wasn’t the typical bookstore browser. I was already sold on trying out the process. I wanted to hurry up and get to the meat.
The One Command Process
Finally, the real content of the book. To be fair, if you cut out the first and third sections then the book would really just be a short pamphlet. Those section do lend some justification to the process.
There are two parts to the One Command process.
- Reach the theta brainwave state
- Issue the One Command
The author gives specific directions for how you reach theta and for how to format your command so that it is followed and not rejected outright. Obviously I’m not going to share the process here and spoil the book for you. Buy the book and check it out for yourself.
I’ve been doing the process twice a day for a few weeks. Definitely not long enough to be able to tell you it works and that I have manifested my first million dollars. I hope to be able to do that soon though 😉
There is a lot of talk about the theta brainwave state. I haven’t hooked myself up to any brainwave monitors to see if I actually reach theta or not, but the state I do reach is relaxing and enjoyable. I think that’s the probably enough.
So far, the process creates a great space for a little goal visualization and the command does work to break your current negative talk-track and install a new one, like I talked about in my previous post.
That right there takes you a long way toward whatever goal you want to achieve and is worth the price of the book.
Examples and Suggestions
Most of the book is filled with examples of people using the One Command process, both the first section and the third. The difference with this third section is that you now know the process, so the examples are more detailed.
The point of this section of the book is to give you ideas on where to start using the One Command for yourself. It is full of suggested commands that you can use to begin your own personal development journey.
The author also addresses a lot of the other methods that people talk about when working with the law of attraction, things like limiting beliefs and such. Of course you can use the One Command to help you remove them and install new ones.
The book focuses on money and financial prosperity because that was where the author was lacking when she discovered the process, and it’s probably where most of her readers are too.
Another obvious one is health and/or weight.
My goals are more about building my online business, increasing my reach and sales. I don’t focus so much on the money itself. Obviously reaching my goals will increase my income, but my focus is on the business. The money is just a way of keeping score. If I play the game well then I don’t have to worry about the score.
I highly recommend the book and the One Command process. It very easily becomes a meditation and visualization opportunity and only takes a few minutes.
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