This article focuses on what can help you shape your reality, and what will determine whether or not you can continue to feel like a victim of your circumstances. Once you have become familiar with the use of this method, you can take measures today to improve your self-esteem.
Whenever you are confronted with a problem for which you cannot find a possible solution, let your subconscious take over the responsibility of the conscious mind. The idea is that you want your unconscious consciousness to derive possible solutions to the problem, putting your full brainpower to work. We live in our conscious mind, but we need to work with our subconscious mind to realise its almost unlimited potential.
Over time and with training, you will find that your subconscious is more positive and encouraging, and your negative thoughts will decrease greatly. Self-confidence is a trait that permeates our thoughts, feelings and actions and therefore the state of mind that some of the world’s most successful people have perfected.
By trusting our subconscious mind we access enormous resources and allow it to do its thing; it is part of ourselves and wants to help us improve our lives. Harnessing the power of the subconscious can make you more confident and enable you to make and implement larger plans. This means that what we think and repeat in our conscious mind affects our unconscious mind, which in turn takes care of us and helps us to change our lives and achieve our goals.
It has been proven that the subconscious can absorb information when in a relaxed state, such as binaural beats, which can be used to trigger alpha brain waves. You can tap into the power of your subconscious mind through hypnosis but also by doing melody – focused exercises such as yoga, and meditation.
Hypnosis however is the most direct method. In this state, the conscious mind is put aside and lets the unconscious take pole position. Through prior discussion on your goals, the therapist develops suggestions tailored to the client, accessing then the subconscious mind to help implanting them.
Negative thoughts are addressed and replaced with positive ones. Fears are found and worked on through desensitisation approaches, so that triggers bear no effect during consciousness. And all in the course of only a few sessions. Hypnotherapy is very goal-oriented and so it stops once these are achieved, making it a quick and effective approach to improve confidence.