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

CONGRUENCE

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

REMEMBER, THE LIFE THAT WE ARE LIVING NOW IS CONSISTENT WITH OUR PAST CONDITIONED PROGRAMMED SELF-IMAGE AND NOT WITH OUR ORIGINAL POTENTIAL OR THE FUTURE SELF. 

Self-perception is crucial to addiction recovery because our self-perception regulates our life. Without awareness and acceptance of this fact it is likely that the efforts we make will be futile. 

The self-image we have right now is a habituated response that has been programmed into our beliefs, thoughts, feelings and behaviors.

We have been exposed to a range of both positive and harmful influences that our subconscious mind has accepted and absorbed hook, line and sinker. We are deeply suggestible during important developmental stages (and times of high stress as adults). Therefore, it is critical that, as adults, we begin to deliberately choose what will influence our mind. We will refer to external influence as social programming. 

Note-later in this journal series you will be encouraged to begin assignments designed to support the development of positive conscious external influence.

Social programming can play havoc with the creation of the positive, healthy self-image required to create a meaningful present and a successful future life. Social programming comes from well meaning (usually) parents’ aka early amateur programmers and other important external sources such as relatives, classmates, friends, neighbors, teachers, media, etc. 

To do-answer these questions in your journal:

1. Overall, is my self-image serving me, now? 

2. Overall, will the self-image I have right now move me toward a better future?

3. Would seeing myself as being the CEO of my life (self-image) support the creation of more success present?

4. Would seeing myself as being the CEO of my life (self-image) support the creation of a more successful future? 

"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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