How to Reprogram Your Subconscious Mind to Manifest Your Desires

How this Guide Helped Me Manifest My Desires
Step 1: Understand Your Mind
Step 2: Understand Your False and Limiting Beliefs
Step 3: Identify Your False and Limiting Beliefs (FLBs)
Step 4: Clear Your False and Limiting Beliefs and Energy Blocks
Step 5: Introduce Positive and Empowering Beliefs to Your Subconscious Mind
STEP 6. Make The Effects of Your New Beliefs Last

Step 6: How to Make the Effects of Your New Beliefs Last

Now that you have successfully reprogrammed your subconscious mind, you need to make sure that you reap the benefits of your positive and empowering beliefs for a long time.

To make sure you don’t fall into your old patterns of negative inner narratives that result in self-sabotage and inconsistent results, here are some techniques that can help you stay on track so you can enjoy a lifetime of positive results.

Now that you have successfully reprogrammed your subconscious mind, you need to make sure that you reap the benefits of your positive and empowering beliefs for a long time.

To make sure you don’t fall into your old patterns of negative inner narratives that result in self-sabotage and inconsistent results, here are some techniques that can help you stay on track so you can enjoy a lifetime of positive results.

1. Focused Attention

To achieve lasting results, you need to learn to focus your attention or be mindful of the things that you do on a daily basis.

Let’s go back to how the mind works:

The conscious mind is the logical aspect of the min that has the power to choose.

It chooses the books you want to read, the place you want to go to, your partner in life, the kind of car you want to drive, etc. It also chooses what to focus on at any given time and on a daily basis.

The subconscious mind accepts what your conscious mind consistently focuses on. Without the conscious mind’s power to choose, your subconscious mind executes whatever default beliefs that are stored in it.

After you’ve successfully reprogrammed your subconscious mind, it is important to focus only on the positive aspects of yourself and your life. In this way, your subconscious will continue to accept and affirm these thoughts as your new truths and give you more of it.

Remember, your subconscious mind does not consider whether your thoughts are good or bad, true or false. It responds mainly on what your conscious mind focuses on and what you feel when you focus on a specific mental image.

For example, if you consciously assume that something is true and feel strongly that it is true — even though it may be false — your subconscious mind will accept it as true and proceed to bring about results that must necessarily follow because you consciously assumed it to be true.

2. Stop Overthinking

Another culprit for making you feel “stuck” is the habit of thinking too much. It is when you excessively discuss and analyze things and ideas in your mind that you end up confused or doubtful.

Other examples of overthinking include thinking about the meaning of what the other person said, or thinking of what you did or didn’t do to change a situation.

When you spend too much time analyzing and worrying about every problem you have, you have less time to focus on the solutions. Instead of taking action, you are stuck in your endless sea of thoughts that don’t really serve you in the long run.

The more you think of the same thoughts, the more you burden your mind with worries, doubts, and even fear that significantly weaken your motivation and ability to take action.

How to Quit Thinking Too Much

To reduce overthinking, try to be aware of the thoughts that pass through your mind on a daily basis and ask yourself if you think too much of the same thing.

Ask yourself if overthinking has become your habit. If this problem exists, then you know that you need to solve it.

Be quick to decide on small and unimportant decisions. Don’t spend too much time overthinking it. Just pick an option and take action.

An example is whether or not you’ll see a movie with a friend this weekend, what to eat for dinner, what to wear for work, etc.

The exceptions are important decisions like relocating to another city, quitting your job, breaking up with your partner, or buying a house.

If you can’t stop thinking about something that happened in the past, focus your attention on what is going on around you.

If you are at the gym, focus on your exercise routines and the feeling of reaching your fitness goals.

If you are at a party, enjoy the occasion with friends or family.

If you are at the beach, focus on being relaxed under the sun and appreciate the crystal-clear waters.

Consistently question the importance and the benefits of your thoughts.

Do these thoughts have any value for me?

Are these helpful in any way?

What will I benefit from thinking about it too much?

Do these thoughts matter in the grand scheme of things?

Will these thoughts matter after one week or one month?

Your answers will help you discard these thoughts or continue thinking of them.

Some thoughts will continue to return and persist. When this happens, refocus your attention on something positive around you. Practice doing this until the thoughts stop reappearing in your mind.

Final Message

You now have the necessary tools to reprogram your subconscious mind and improve yourself and your life.

Follow the steps and advice in this guide and you will develop positive habits and see positive changes in your life.

You can apply these techniques in ANY AREAS of your life, like relationships, finances, possessions, career, business, self-development, health and personal appearance.

I hope this guide will help you create and manifest your absolutely anything that you desire.

Use these techniques wisely and share with your friends and family.

— MARIE