Do You Want to Change Your Life?… Then Change Your Thoughts!
Change your Thoughts
Do you have big goals in life?
Do these goals ever make you feel selfish or less than entitled? If they do, you are not alone. From childhood we have been cautioned not to be selfish, to freely share, and not get “too big for our britches!” This type of conditioning has seeped into our subconscious at a very early age and causes undue concern in times when our dreams are within reach. This creates a dilemma, because our day to day efforts can be easily derailed by our subconscious mind as soon as our subconscious concerns take over. Too easily do we become our own worst enemy and cause our own dreams to collapse within arms grasp.
Overriding Negative Mental Programs
Much like a hard drive on our computer, we arrive in adulthood with basic programs that are difficult to override. We want one thing, but often get another. We may exert our very best effort only to find that we never fulfill our highest expectations. We want a successful life, yet continually struggle to make it to the finish line. In an effort to overcome the negative mental programs and associations we must do what we can to continually override these thoughts and emotions. How do we replace the programs that our parents, our culture, our teachers, our peers, our systems of belief, and all other societal influences have bequeathed to us? Considering the problem is likely universal one, if we knew how to surmount that concern we would be wealthy beyond measure. However, we can mentally return to the installation of our old software, and slowly and systematically begin to replace ineffective or outdated programs.
Your Subconscious Mind
The conscious mind is the guardian of the garden spot of the subconscious mind. Neither negative nor positive thoughts can enter the subconscious mind without full consent of the conscious mind. All sense impressions received through the five senses are stopped at the gate by the conscious, thinking mind, for inspection and acceptance or rejection. The conscious mind is therefore a sentry posted to guard the approach to the precious subconscious.
Weeds will grow in abundance in the fertile garden spot of the subconscious if the seeds of preferred crops are not sown. Through self-suggestion, you can voluntarily feed your subconscious mind on thoughts of a creative nature or, by neglect, permit thoughts of a destructive nature to find their way into this rich garden.
Definiteness of purpose will keep your mind clear of the things you don’t want and keep it so busy working on the things you do want that it will have no time to grow the weeds that are undesirable. Judging from the products many people are harvesting, their minds must resemble neglected victory gardens.
Take Action to Change your Thoughts
Now that you know what is holding you back from having the life you want, let me help you change your thoughts! My goal as a life coach and trainer, is to redirect your thoughts to match the life and success you aspire toward. Follow the link to my website below so I can start helping you today!