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There is no time like the present to act

Carole Railton
Filed on July 2, 2020

Most of us are controlled by our unconscious - and the very fact it is our unconscious means that we don't realise this. It is tough changing things embedded in our unconscious mind, unless of course we begin to work out how and why the mind works in this particular way.
As so much of what happens to us is in our unconscious minds, this means that as soon as you stop consciously looking for things the unconscious mind begins to focus on whatever the mind thinks is important. All this is built up over years of the unconscious mind's experience inside of you. You may look for the good in people, in which case you are then likely to encounter good in the people you meet. The opposite is true: if you think people are nasty, dishonest or untruthful, the people you meet will display these characteristics. Therefore, whatever the mind focuses on, you will experience the results of this focus - either immediately or later in your life.
Understanding how our brains work, has taken thousands of years and we can learn even more by experimenting ourselves. An example of how this could work is for you is to do this exercise now:
Find something that is not working in your life and then ask: What is wrong exactly? How long have I had the problem? Why do I have this problem right now? Whose fault is this?
As you respond to these questions notice how you feel, more positive, and how you begin to take control of your life and its current situations.
Then ask yourself some different questions, ones that influence your unconscious mind: What do I want now or in the future? What is the ideal solution to get this? If I knew the ideal solution what would it be? What resources do I have to solve this? What resources can I use to solve this? What can I learn from this? How will I feel when I solve this?
Now notice again how you feel. Even more positive, I hope. You are on the way to recovery, of your subconscious mind.
What has happened is that your unconscious mind will naturally focus on answering your questions. If you ask better questions, you get better answers, so I cannot think of any reasons not to hone questions until you get really detailed.
I suggest writing the answers to the questions above every day for a week. You will notice change at the end of the week.
There is no better path in life than improving along the way, and there is no better way to share than letting people do the same. If others believe in you, you have to believe in yourself too. Get going! There is no time like the present to act and the more you take the more you get. Yes, it is the naturally flowing energy that helps you achieve your life goals.
-behaviouralshift.com


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