Here are some points to remember in the sigil's construction.
Keep it positive. If you say I want no disease', your deep mind represents the ideas ‘I' 'want' 'disease' and then tries to cancel the disease it has just imagined. This may cause some confusion.
Exercise: imagine clearly what these phrases mean.
1. ‘I want no disease', 'I want health.
2. 'My emotional troubles disappear', 'my emotions are healed'.
3. 'I am feeling not bad', 'I feel well'.
4. 'Do not do this wrong', 'Do it right'.
5. Do not be loud', 'Do be silent'.
When your deep mind tries to make sense out of such suggestions, the negations
can be difficult. The mother who tells a child 'don't fall down', communicates 'do -
negation - fall down.'
To make sense of this, the deep mind has to imagine 'do fall down' and then has to cancel the whole thing.
This is a complicated procedure, as the undesired effect has to be conceived before it can be denied, and often enough our little brat will get a strong impulse to fall in the process.
'Be in balance' would be a much better suggestion, as it is a simple and positive concept which can be imagined easily.
Some pioneers of hypnotherapy, such as Schultz, believed that 'the subconscious mind cannot understand negations.'
Modern research indicated that it can, but not as easily. Apparently it needs more time to make sense of negations and more effort. When in a hurry or under pressure, negations can easily be overlooked.
The deep mind is much more competent in working changes and effecting a healing then you are. It will know what to do, and how and when and with whom, much better than your ego can.
This means that a general suggestion will give the deep mind a lot of freedom, while a specific suggestion may well be aimed at what the ego believes important, and which may be completely beside the point.
Keep your phrases open and diffuse, you want to stimulate change, not to specify and control it...