In the first part of these articles entitled Cybernetics transposition, we define the term Cybernetics as the person who is in control. We mentioned the importance of living consciously to understand ourselves better and understand our experiences. When we don’t live consciously, the relationship with life occurs at the level of unconscious reactions. As a result, we are not able to learn from our experiences, and we become victims of circumstance. To paraphrase Jung, am not what has happened to me, but what I have chosen.

The reality is that we have options: can reduce life to suffer anything that happens to us, or we can put us in control and see the possibility of expanding our awareness into every experience. Today we will explore what we mean by the term transposition. Transposition is defined as a process of Exchange. In the context of the method of the Cybernetics transposition, transposition refers to the basic technique of transferring the success from a particular area of our life to any other area. What we do is to reproduce the success previously achieved in any aspect.

Said a somewhat more easily, we take the memory of a success in one aspect of our life or look the same in different time and transponemos it to create success at another time or another aspect. How can you help us then transposition Cybernetics? The answer is simple: transforming a success whatever we have previously experienced on a solid foundation of success in another area. But what happens if we have never before experienced success? It is virtually impossible to find a person who has not had some sort of success in your life. Let me give you an example: If you ever tried to learn a language other than their mother tongue, will have surely discovered that learning a language is no easy task. However, all handle our language in a manner more or less acceptable. We are certainly able to communicate our ideas, emotions, etc. This is one of those successes that we are willing to dismiss as the phenomenal success that actually is. If as an adult, ever attempted to learn how to skate, you will noticed the surprising success that is for a child to stand for the first time. These are successes we can easily transfer to another area of our lives at any time using the simple techniques of CT. If he thinks objectively and with care, will be counted that there are many successes that have already experienced in her life. My suggestion is that you start by making a list of those successes, so that you can begin to change your own self image.