- We are meant
to grow, expand, learn and thrive.
- This innate desire is as strong as is the primitive desire to preserve "what is."
These two opposing forces create the internal chaos that
leads people down the path of frustrated expectations and paves the way to anger, depression, anxiety, stress responses, and addiction. These unhealthy responses, to the challenges of fighting ones tendencies, become habitual ways of
being. Once negative patterns are developed the job of the subconscious mind is
to resist new ways of being, to maintain "cow paths" aka paths of least resistance, and exert as little energy
The subconscious mind will accept new ways of
being and a new self-image only once its needs are met. Moving away from a mindset that accepts oneself as angry, anxious, depressed or addicted
means supporting the subconscious mind to accept an identity of oneself being
capable of learning new ways of being, including a shift in thoughts, feelings and behaviors.
In this work this is referred to as becoming the CEO of one’s life.
We have the option
to program a persona that is in keeping with our potential, our dreams and
visions of what we would like our lives to be like. Current goal setting is
crucial in this work and so success planning is critical. Many people struggle their whole lives trying to fulfill
the dream or ideal that early programmers (aka parents) had for them. Yet, with the
right tools and strategies, life can be very different.
Life isn't meant to be
hard. A major premise of the work here is that our challenges are learned, accepted and maintained by the subconscious mind.