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Edmonton Hypnotherapy CEO Mindset Daily Newsletter-9
subconscious mind review

In the last email (email 8)  I posed two questions:

  1. How did I get here? (this place in life)
  2. How do I get there? (that place in life I would prefer to be)

I suggested that these questions may seem simplistic but that answering them is a challenge for most people. I hope you read and considered the information link I offered regarding the differences in mindset between having a CEO mentality and a victim mentality. It is important to realize these difference are LEARNED rather then innate ways of being. 

If we are to become the CEO of our lives we must be a willing to be curious, even suspicious, about our ways of being. We should never assume that our thoughts, actions, or behaviors are set in stone.

If we are to close the GAP between where we are and where we want to be we need to realize that much of how we operate on a day to day basis is a learned, programmed, conditioned or subconscious way of being.

The original potential we all have within has been influenced not only by innate preferences, but by our response to the events, conditions, or experiences we have had in our lives.

This creates a push and pull within. A push for greater fulfillment and a pull to maintain the status quo (cow paths).  The status quo may be painful, but to the subconscious mind it is familiar. This is the battle. The struggle to develop new cow paths leads to internal chaos. 

We need to deliberately give new meanings to the social programming we have been exposed to. This work begins at the conscious level. It can initially be challenging learning, which is why so few people are willing to do it.

At this point I encourage you to go back through the emails and review what has been offered thus far.

Terri Lee Cooper MSc. RSW