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Rewiring Your Subconscious Mind

Rewiring Your Subconscious Mind

When is the last time that you were walking and you had to remind yourself – left foot, right foot, left foot, right foot – etc? Of course the answer is never. Our mind automates as much as it can. One of the reasons that it’s so hard to break a habit, is that when we do something enough times, it gets its own neuronal pathways. Each neuron learns to connect and fire with the next one down the line, and the behavior gets set.

When one wants to make behavioral change, we must unlearn the old behavior, before we can replace it with the new desirable behavior!

Wherever we are in life today is the result of our behavior. Much of this behavior is how we really see ourselves. We were born confident and unafraid. In fact the only two fears that we were born with were loud noises and falling backwards. Everything… everything else was taught and learned. We were not born afraid of public speaking. We were not born afraid of making sales calls. We were not born afraid of spiders, snakes or heights. It was all taught and learned. Taught for the most part by well meaning parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, teachers, friends, bosses and the list goes on and on. It’s interesting to know that most of the time that we were being taught/learning… we were unaware. Who among us would desire to be afraid of public speaking?

When I work with someone to overcome a phobia (a phobia is an unreasonable fear of something), they must first unlearn the fear that has resided in the subconscious mind. Repeating over and over again in the conscious mind “I’m not afraid of elevators” is useless. The only… the only place that one can make behavior changes is in the subconscious mind and hypnosis is the bridge to the subconscious mind.

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