Subconscious is Programmable… Nothing is permanent. In fact, change is one of the only constants in life. With that being said, the notion that ‘we are who we are’ and that ‘we are shaped by our experiences’ is, in fact, true. But what is not true is the idea that, based on our circumstances and experience, we cannot change. In fact, the idea that we cannot change is down right reckless!
As I talk about in my new book, Living in the Pause, and in yesterday’s blog post (How to Let Go of Your Past
), change happens when the prerequisite is met: BELIEF.
See, the issue is not whether or not change itself is possible, the issue is whether or not we BELIEVE
it to be so.
Excerpt from Chapter 2 (Solitude and the Precious Moment) of
Living in the Pause: Life After Addiction, Divorce, and Business Loss:
The subconscious mind reacts with previously stored behaviors and it operates without the control of the conscious mind. This explains A LOT.
It explains how and why we react to the things that happen in our lives—we are triggered. The subconscious mind that drives our actions is primarily made up of the memories of things that have happened to us in the past. Our upbringing and experiences thereafter create a blueprint of positivity or negativity that creates an underlying foundation on which we build our lives on—and this is all happening subconsciously—we are unaware of its occurrence!
There is good news, however. Just like external stimuli can affect our subconscious, so can our consciousness. Using our conscious mind, we must re-wire our subconscious brain so as to strengthen our ability to Pause and, subsequently, ingrain truthfulness and new perspectives deep within our psyche.
Though it is not easy to do, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, circumstance, and even physical and mental impediments, the subconscious brain is programmable.
At its core, the subconscious is programmable because all it is comprised of is our experiences and our ingrained habits, primarily habitual thinking. After realizing this, we can then begin to implement mindful thinking to become aware of our habits and patterns of thought. However, this can only begin to happen after we belief it to be possible, and after then Pausing long enough to stop thinking too much. Meditation, breathing exercises, physical exercise, are all tools I have personally implemented into my daily rituals and routines so that I can maintain balance, peace of mind, and most importantly, SELF-AWARENESS.
Self-awareness is the root of all problems, but it is also the root of all solutions. Without the self-awareness that comes from Pausing, we will never succeed in reprogramming the brain.
To assist you, and myself, in learning to Pause and becoming self-aware, I will be releasing ONE FREE MEDIATION MP3, EVERY WEEK, FOR THE NEXT TWELVE WEEKS! I am so EXCITED AND I KNOW THIS WILL BE BENEFICIAL TO YOUR GROWTH!
Subconscious is Programmable