I Derail Myself
This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from Paul.
I'm clear enough on my desires (to not be overweight and poor), but I'll start taking action, and as soon as I notice results starting to come into my life, I allow myself to get badly derailed. It's almost like paralysis sets in and I stop. Have you seen this before, and how the hell do I beat this?
Yeah, I have.
Every person has to overcome the part of their subconscious mind that wants them to stay the same.
The moment you start to do something different, especially if you're producing different results, it’s going to send a trigger up to your subconscious mind. And it will engage whatever story it has in order to keep you safe.
In what way do these new results threaten something either imaginary or real in your life?
The idea is that you need to integrate the new you with your new behavior.
You need to build a vision of yourself making the amount of money that you want to make and being in your ideal body.
You need to hold on to that vision, and get excited about that vision every day until your mind begins to accept the new you.
Now when you create this new image or the suggestion of a new image, which is you being healthy and wealthy, it's totally contradicting the image that your subconscious mind knows of you that it believes keeps you safe.
As you're taking the new action and getting the new result you have to build a new image in your mind of exactly how you want to be.
And then you need to incorporate that into everything that you do in your day-to-day in your life.
SEE YOURSELF AS HAPPY, HEALTHY, WEALTHY enjoying yourself as the new person you want to become.
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