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Edmonton Hypnotherapy CEO Mindset Daily Newsletter-15
subconscious mind review

Please review email 14.

If you have been following along and have participated fully in this sequential series, congratulations, you have distinguished yourself from the masses. You will have already begun to take some small, but important steps towards closing the GAP between where you are now and where you want to be.

You may find it interesting to know that less then 40% of newsletter subscribers make a consistent effort to open and review the sequential emails sent. Of those 40% only 5% take the time to actively participate (see email 12).

I have suggested that we should never assume that our ways of being are set in stone. Regardless of innate preferences and social programming, and despite past experiences and current circumstances, we can influence our subconscious mind to accept change.

However, creating lasting change requires a willingness to actively engage.

Remember, in email 8, I suggested that one of the reasons we are where we are at in life, is because we have been exposed to unhealthy influences and received inaccurate information.

In email 13 I posed two questions for your consideration about your response to external influences. I suggested that you take some time to answers these questions on paper.

Remember, this series is designed to offer you, the subscriber, the information you need to gain more awareness and a better understanding about why you think, feel, and behave as you do.

The information offered supports your understanding of the dynamic interplay between original potential and social programming. This information sets the foundation for change.
With this knowledge, and the active participation of truly working with it, we can begin to make inroads and create positive new changes.

Change requires more then a passive passing interest in information. We must review it, work with it, play with, try it on for size, question it and find ways to begin to assimilate it.
Can you imagine investing in a new set of tires for your car and then leaving those tires sitting in the corner of your garage, unused? It wouldn’t make a lot of sense, would it? Subscribing to this newsletter and not actively engaging it makes no sense either.

So, once again, I encourage you to go back and review the series. Makes notes, answer the questions, and actively participate. Decide to place yourself alongside the 2% of subscribers who have decided to consistently make use of the information being offered. As I said early on, stick with me, consider what is being offered and over time, you can begin to close the GAP between where you are and where you want to be.

Terri Lee Cooper MSc. RSW