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Subconscious Control

Ways to bring your subconscious to your control to do your bidding

Your brain is designed to affirm and control your existence.

Your subconscious has a homeostatic impulse that governs processes such as body temperature, heart rate, and respiration. Brian Tracy characterized it as follows: "Through your autonomic nervous system, [your homeostatic impulse] maintains a balance among the hundreds of chemicals in your billions of cells, so that your whole physical machine runs in near-constant harmony."

However, what many people do not know is that your brain attempts to govern your mental self in the same way that it regulates your physical self. Your mind is continuously sifting and bringing to your notice information and stimuli that support your prior ideas (this is known as confirmation bias in psychology), as well as presenting you with recurring thoughts and impulses that copy and duplicate what you have done in the past.

The gatekeeper of your comfort zone is your subconscious mind.

It is also the sphere in which you might habitually anticipate the greatest success, pleasure, completeness, or healing in your life, or frequently seek out the acts that would establish and reinforce these outcomes.

Grant yourself permission to succeed.

Work on shifting your mental monologue from "I'll be happy when I lose 10 pounds, get a promotion, and experience two life events" to "I permit my life to be good."

Give yourself permission to be joyful and successful without feeling guilty. If you subconsciously equate success with immorality or corruption, you will not do what is necessary to live the life you want. Instead, provide yourself permission to live a whole, happy, healthy, grounded, and meaningful life.

Be willing to shatter the existing quo's cycle and breach the wall.

Next step in producing enormous change in your life is not really thinking it's possible, but rather being willing to test whether it is.

You will not be able to go from being a total skeptic to a firm believer overnight. Being receptive to what is conceivable is the only difference between the two. You may try sending a few "scary emails" in which you ask a customer or business partner for something they have no reason to accept. You may have a few hundred unread messages, but someone will ultimately answer.

The idea is that you're willing to find out whether it's feasible... that's what will improve your life.

Speak about your achievement as a current reality, not a goal for the future.

Though you shouldn't state things like "I drive a convertible" or "I'm a CEO" if they aren't real, you should begin speaking about your life goals as if you are already experiencing them.

Instead of "I want to accomplish that one day," use "I am now formulating a plan to achieve that." Instead of thinking, "I will be happy when I am at a different point in my life," consider, "I am totally capable of being happy right now, and nothing is preventing me from doing so."

Don't let the anxieties of others to cast shadows of uncertainty.

The manner in which others react to the news of your accomplishment will reveal how they are really doing in life.

Those who are in happy marriages will be ecstatic upon hearing of your engagement. People in unhappy marriages may tell you that it is tough and that you should enjoy your remaining time as "singles."

The argument is that the anxieties of other individuals are reflections of their own conditions. They are unrelated to your abilities.

Positive encouragement should permeate your environment.

Champagne should be kept in the refrigerator. Change the morning alarm on your smartphone to say "CONGRATULATIONS!!! Ensure that the objects you view and touch most often inspire optimism and enthusiasm. Stick an encouraging remark on a Post-it and place it next to your computer. Unfollow those who make you feel horrible about themselves and follow those who consistently post encouraging words and intriguing ideas. Make your newsfeed a location that stimulates your progress, as opposed to diminishing your view of your value.

Have a comprehensive life plan.

Forget about five or even ten-year plans; so much may happen in that amount of time that it is practically difficult to create objectives that can be achieved. Almost certainly, other or even better possibilities will present themselves, and even if your life will not turn out the way you had envisioned, you will be better off for it.

Instead, you should formulate a comprehensive strategy. Identify your essential values and motivations. Imagine the sort of legacy you want to leave by asking yourself what your life's purpose is and what you hope to achieve. Once your Big Picture values have been discovered, you may make long-term choices that reflect your actual self.

Make a room for vision.

Because if you don't know where you're going, you won't know which way to go.

Once you have a crystal-clear mental vision of what you want and how you want to live, you can begin to implement and manifest it. If you are still uncertain or conflicted about what you want, you will be unable of taking effective action in either direction.

Whether you use a Pinterest board, a blog, a notepad, or a board, compile words and pictures that express your desires and desired way of life.

Identify your resistance.

When our subconscious thoughts prevent us from pursuing something we are passionate about, it is because we have contradictory beliefs towards it.

To discover your reluctance, ask yourself. Ask yourself why you feel better when you postpone, or why having what you truly want might potentially make you feel more vulnerable than ever. Find a means to satisfy those prerequisites prior to continuing.

Comprise allies around oneself.

Start spending time with those who are ambitious, supportive, and innovative.

If you spend every weekend with individuals who are similarly dissatisfied with their life, you won't get much support if you attempt to pursue your own interests. Keep in mind that you will become who you spend the most time with, and select your companions with great care.

Start a notebook or Journal for Gratitute.

Developing a thankfulness habit is the most effective method to begin shifting your mindset from "wanting" to "having." By expressing gratitude for everything that you already possess, you are able to transform your mentality from desiring change to being content with where you are. Nothing attracts prosperity like an attitude of appreciation. There is a proverb that once you feel you have enough, you become receptive to getting more and more. Undeniably, this is the case.

Let go of your connection to "how."

Your role is to determine the what, and then collaborate with others to determine the how.

Instead of losing up if your initial effort to work remotely and manage your own company fails, consider redesigning how you may attain your final vision in a more financially beneficial manner.

The idea is that life will constantly present you with unexpected outcomes. Be receptive to potential and possibility, even if it's something you've never considered before, as opposed to being fixated on every small detail going exactly as you expect.

Fill your "dead air" period with encouragement and affirmation.

While commuting each morning, listen to a podcast or motivating lecture. While cleaning the dishes or driving, listen to a talk program that pertains to the sort of company you're attempting to establish. Maximize the amount of affirmation and drive in your life. You may need to hear the teachings many times, but ultimately they will permeate into your brain, and you will find yourself acting on the advice of others who are where you want to go.

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