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These options provide initial needed relief, however, relapse is common. Challenges tend to re-occur until the subconscious mind has fully accepted and absorbed new paths of least resistance (aka cow paths).

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Edmonton Hypnotherapy CEO Mindset Daily Newsletter-46
subconscious mind review

In the last several emails we have played with the example of a decision that Nancy has made around her coffee consumption (review email 45 for links). I encouraged you to be curious about a range of factors that will influence her success.


I suggested that:

Being successful with one seemingly simple change will result in strengthening her confidence in being able to influence her subconscious mind.  A well thought out and executed plan will give her leverage for other decisions.

The idea of leverage is an important one and worth giving your consideration to. When we begin to create small successes, we open the door to other possibilities. With each new small success, we strengthen our ability to influence the subconscious mind. As I mentioned in the workbook, it is right, natural, and healthy to want to be in charge of ourselves

However, when our goals are big, a we run the risk of creating internal overwhelm. This state is not conductive to learning. If we continually fail to create incremental movement forward we set up a vicious cycle that often leads to a state of hopelessness.

If Nancy takes the time to break down her goal and develop a conscious deliberate plan, she will be in a better position to succeed. She can then piggyback a new small goal on the back of her success. Nancy will then begin to identify with being the CEO of her life.

Tomorrow we will look at another example. I encourage you to take some time and begin to prepare for this next exercise by reviewing past emails.

Terri Lee Cooper MSc. RSW