Relationships And Subconscious Beliefs
Do you find yourself drawn to unhealthy relationships? Maybe you have begun to realize that you date the same non-committal, dishonest type of person over and over.
Or perhaps no matter what job you have, you have issues because you feel your bosses always talk down to you.
Do you think that these behavior patterns are based strictly on your conscious decisions? The answer may surprise you.
The subconscious plays more of a role in relationships than you may think. Your subconscious mind is filled with ingrained reactions and behaviors that are created from your past experiences.
For example, you may have been teased or bullied when you were younger. This could have caused you to mistrust people even before you get to know them. This fear may grip you when you interact with people, even if you are not consciously aware of it. You may actually push people away without realizing it.
Examine your relationships with your family, friends, and coworkers. Do you constantly fight with your spouse or children over the same issue? Your subconscious mind affects how you view and react to situations. This can prompt you to fall into a common fighting pattern.
For example, your blood pressure may rise and you may feel compelled to yell when certain issues are discussed. Your mind and nonverbal behavior follow what has been programmed in your subconscious mind.
Analyze your business relationships. Do you falter when it comes to acquiring new customers? Do you feel undermined by your coworkers?
The feelings and reactions you experience originate in your subconscious. If negative coping mechanisms have taken root in your subconscious, then the rapport you have with your business associates is also bound to suffer. You may react in ways that create more stress, anxiety, and conflict in your work environment.
Your subconscious mind can negatively affect your relationships, but don’t despair. You can re-program your subconscious mind for improvement.
You need to first reflect on your past actions and observe where they have taken you. Then recognize which of your actions have been destructive, and begin to examine the thoughts and feelings influencing those actions. This may be the most challenging part, because we are often unaware of the underlying (subconscious) thoughts and feelings which create our behavior. If you can identify the negative programming and acknowledge it, you will be ahead of most people.
Now you can get ready for the positive changes! You will need to replace that negative and destructive programming with positive programming. There are various methods with which you can accomplish this. Changing your subconscious thoughts with positive messages is key.
Subliminal recordings are a wonderful way to deliver a positive message directly to your subconscious mind without hearing actual words spoken. All you typically hear is relaxing music or sounds of nature.
Another effective technique is to use
With regular and consistent use, you can change your subconscious and eliminate those buried negative or limiting thoughts and beliefs.
No matter which method you choose, once you are able to eliminate those negative messages that have been lurking in your hidden mind, and replace them with positive messages, you are bound to see a dramatic improvement in your relationships.
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