I’m sure you’ll agree with me when I say our Minds are extremely complicated. Decisions can be extremely emotional to make, and Life can be tough to maneuver through. However, you might be surprised by truly how much control we have over its programming and persistence when introduced to the correct tools.
Let’s first take a moment to consider the fact that your subconscious mind is like a huge computer memory unlimited GB storing lifetime and inherited history. The conscious mind is the part of you that thinks and reasons. Your conscious mind commands, and your subconscious mind obeys.
The subconscious has many vital functions, from controlling breathing to processing incoming information, but there are also a few conflicts. You know, when you know you shouldn’t do something or go somewhere yet, ah, let’s do it, and it turns out disappointing or worse. That is your subconscious memory telling conscious memory of the last time you attempted this and why we are doing this again.
Becoming aware, acknowledging the disruption then creating clarity will truly ignite you to success within those situations in life.
Bad habits and how to break them for good?
From your health to your communication to your career shortcuts, we all have habits every day. Some good, some we admit need to be kicked to the dumpster FOR GOOD, not just a willy nilly new Year attempt. Consciously we set sail to success, yet what most don’t realize subconsciously, the success will never be complete because our huge unlimited memory bank will always override and restore to the factory if we haven’t inquired into the factory defects!
As much as 40 percent of our daily behaviour is habitual.
Automated behaviours are grouped into distinct routines; having a coffee in the morning before you can function makes a habit hard to break. Individuals seem to thrive on routines, good and bad.
To reprogram your subconscious, you must first acknowledge existing habits
If you always reach for your phone, click on the same app; for example, move your apps around on the home screen or log out and have to log in to change up your routine and see how you feel. When I get a new phone, I only put apps back on as I need them. As humans, it’s a habit we have of clutter, and when we are cluttered, we create energy blocks that take up space, and we sometimes don’t even realize it.
Back to the computer hard drive, what happens when we have clutter? It slows down, and because of frustrating, we now think about our body and energy when we are not aware of our surroundings and keeping clarity in our subconscious mind (unlimited storage).
Use prominent cues to trigger a more desirable habit. “The Habit Loop is a neurological loop that governs any habit. The habit loop consists of three elements: a cue, a routine, and a reward. Understanding these elements can help in understanding how to change bad habits or form better ones.” – Duhigg, C.
Repetition is the key to success
It can take anywhere between 15 and 254 days to form a new habit depending on how the individual is open, aware and determined, not to mention if open to energy healing and clearing the subconscious mind with modalities will speed up the process!
As well as cues, contexts trigger habitual behaviours, so try breaking a bad habit while away from your normal environment! Next time, think about which habits you have that compliment your life and which ones shall be thrown into the dumpster!
If you’re ready to be assisted with becoming aware and learning more about the successful modalities clearing and healing the subconscious mind, connect with me for a free discovery call. I know you won’t regret it!