The key is to understand that our subconscious isn't out to get us; it's more like an automatic defense system wired to keep us safe. When we experience self-doubt, fear of failure/success, or procrastination, it's not some negative force trying to ruin our plans. It's our subconscious waving a caution flag, trying to protect us based on past experiences.
Our subconscious is like a well-meaning guardian, operating from a place of concern. Shifting our perspective and seeing it in this light is a game-changer. Instead of getting frustrated with ourselves, we can approach these challenges with empathy and understanding.
Now, armed with the knowledge that our subconscious is just trying to look out for us, we can have a conversation with it. We can challenge its old beliefs and fears, gently reminding it that our current goals aren't the same threats we faced before. It's a compassionate interaction that guides our subconscious to play a more supportive role in our journey to success.
This understanding and dialogue create a foundation for a significant shift—from self-sabotage to self-empowerment. We start trusting our resilience and adaptability as we reprogram our subconscious to distinguish between perceived threats and genuine opportunities. The behaviors that once held us back become sources of motivation and determination. It's a transformation that lets us tap into our full potential and propel ourselves on the path to personal and professional success.
My name is Annica Johansson and I am an Art Life Coach, Certified Sound Healer and Artist. I am writing about personal development, daily musings, spirituality and depicting mother nature's amazing beauty. Welcome!