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ADDICTION RECOVERY-PROTECTING & CARING FOR THE FUTURE YOU JOURNAL SERIES
Supporting the Subconscious Mind to Accept a New Self-Image

BEING IN CHARGE/IN CONTROL VS. AUTOMATIC

IF YOU STRUGGLE WITH SOBRIETY BUT ARE STILL WORKING TOWARDS PROTECTING AND CARING FOR YOUR FUTURE SELF...YOU ARE BECOMING THE CEO YOUR LIFE.

MOST PEOPLE WOULD LIKE TO THINK THAT THEY ARE IN CHARGE OF/CONTROL OF THEIR THOUGHTS, FEELINGS AND BEHAVIORS, REGARDLESS OF PAST CIRCUMSTANCES OR PRESENT CONDITIONS.

However, much of how we operate on a day to day basis is unconscious, automatic or hard wired and linked to old beliefs. Up to 90% of day to day functioning is driven by subconscious patterns. This is abundantly clear when we look at the challenges that addicts or problem users face.

If we are not willing to learn and to experiment with becoming the CEO of our lives we simply will not make progress in our attempts to sway the subconscious mind. This puts us in a poor position in terms of protecting and caring for the future self.

To do: answer these questions in your journal:

1. How often am I in charge of/control of my thoughts?

2. How often am I in charge of/control of my feelings?

3. How often am I charge of/control of my behaviors?

4. How often do past experiences automatically impact my choices in the here and now?

5. How often do current external circumstances automatically impact my decisions in the here and now?

6. How often do past circumstances automatically impact how I plan to care for and protect the future me?

7. How often do present conditions automatically impact how I plan to care for and protect the future me? 

"Habits are at first cobwebs, and then cables.” Spanish proverb
"We need to systematically regain a belief in ourselves and make a decision about who we are going to be."TLC

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