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

SOCIAL PROGRAMMING BEGINS EARLY

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

WHEN DOES PROGRAMMING BEGIN?

Some would suggest that programming begins in the womb. Others suggest that programming begins with the trauma of birthing while others believe that programming begins after the birth, with the highest suggestibility period ending between the ages of 5-7. Some subscribe to the notion that we reincarnate and choose our parents so that the soul can complete its learning and healing. However, programming can continue to occur at any stage of life that is marked by high vulnerability. 

To do: in your journal answer the following question:

1. In reference to the above, what do I believe? 

As you strive to address substance issues, become the CEO of your life and close the GAP between where you are now and where you want to be, it is crucial to realize you were programmed by amateur parents, relatives and school officials who likely did the best they could. 

The individuals who had the most influence and authority over your vulnerable, spongy little mind were not always in an emotionally healthy place. They too were programmed.

Most early programmers had a range of both conscious and unconscious associations, anchors and triggers that had been accepted and absorbed by the subconscious mind during their own childhood.

When they eventually became parents/caregivers themselves, they naturally brought programmed ways of being into their adult roles. 

Often, the unintended outcome was frustrated responses to the normal developmental needs of their own children. 

For vulnerable little minds, these ways of being often caused a negative shift in self-esteem and identity. Little minds do not yet have the capacity to sift and sort data.

Little minds maintain these perceptions, which follow them into other developmental stages, without questioning the validity of past messaging.

To do: in your journal answer the following question:

1. Looking back, how did I “see" myself as a child, an adolescent and a young adult. How would I describe “me” at these past stages? 

HYPNOSIS FOR LIFE
CLINICAL HYPNOTHERAPY, NLP & EXECUTIVE COACHING

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