Do you ever feel like you’re stuck in a rut? Like you have goals and dreams, but you just can’t seem to make any progress?
I’ve been there, and it’s not a fun place to be. But the good news is, you’re not alone. Many people struggle with what are called subconscious blocks that stop them from moving forward.
Clearing subconscious blocks is like cleaning a dirty mirror. Once you remove the smudges and grime, you can see your reflection clearly and in its truest form.
So, what are these subconscious blocks?
Well, our subconscious mind plays a big role in how we live our daily lives. It influences our thoughts and actions, and sometimes it creates obstacles for us without us even realizing it. These blocks come from various areas of our lives, like past experiences with family and friends, societal pressures, and more.
The trouble with letting these blocks stay is that they can affect us in negative ways. They can keep us from being happy and living our lives with purpose. They can even sabotage important aspects of our lives, like our relationships, confidence, and career.
But the good news is, you don’t have to let these blocks control you. You can clear them with time and effort. One way to do this is to consult with a life coach (like me) or mentor who can help you work through these obstacles. Another way is to try exercise, meditation, or yoga, which can help balance your mind and body.
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So, if you’re feeling stuck and need some help getting back on track, don’t hesitate to reach out for help. We all deal with subconscious blocks at some point, and it’s perfectly normal to seek guidance in getting past them.
Use the following exercise to help you clear subconscious blocks:
1. Begin by identifying a positive experience or emotion that you want to anchor. This could be a time when you felt confident, happy, or motivated.
2. Once you have identified the experience, focus on the sensations that you felt in your body during that moment. Maybe you felt a warm feeling in your chest or a tingling sensation in your fingers.
3. As you focus on these sensations, create an anchor by pressing your thumb and index finger together. Hold this position for a few seconds, then release it.
4. Repeat this process a few times until you have successfully anchored the positive experience.
5. Next, think about a situation or experience where you typically experience a subconscious block. For example, if you have a fear of public speaking, you might imagine yourself giving a speech.
6. As you imagine this scenario, apply the anchor by pressing your thumb and index finger together. Hold the position for a few seconds, then release.
Repeat this process several times while imagining the scenario, and notice any changes in your thoughts or emotions. You may notice that you feel more confident or less anxious about the situation.
By using the anchoring technique, you can help create a positive association with a situation that would typically trigger a subconscious block. This can help you overcome mental barriers and achieve your goals with more ease and confidence.