How to Reprogram Your Subconscious Mind
Step 2: Understand Your False and Limiting Beliefs or FLBs
False and limiting beliefs (FLBs) are specific stories and internal narratives that hold you back from becoming who you want to be and from achieving the kind of life that you want for yourself. These FLBs reside in your subconscious mind.
Here’s an example of a general limiting belief:
“I am a victim of my circumstances.”
If you want to create lasting change in your life, you need to let go of your FLBs and cultivate positive and empowering beliefs that support your growth.
Here’s an example of a positive and empowering belief:
“My circumstances are opportunities to grow and create meaning in my life.”
FLBs make you believe that there’s nothing more to life than what you currently perceive it to be.
FLBs prevent you from seeing opportunities that can bring you joy, peace, and abundance. These are the root causes of your “misfortune” and “bad luck”.
The more you let your subconscious mind execute your FLBs, the more you affirm these FLBs.
Eventually, these FLBs become stronger and more potent that they will paralyze you and let you continue to live a mediocre life.
Just as your subconscious mind can store FLBs, it can also store positive and empowering beliefs if you choose. This entails reprogramming your subconscious mind and replacing your stored FLBs.
How False and Limiting Beliefs (FLBs) Affect Your Life
Let’s say you believe that people can’t be trusted. That false and limiting belief (FLB) will affect how you interact with people.
Because this belief resides in your subconscious mind, your brain will subconsciously always look for and find evidence that supports this belief. That’s because this is how the human brain is wired.
But, what if you believe that people are good, kind, and want to help you? This positive and empowering belief will positively affect how you interact with people.
Your brain will constantly look for and find evidence that supports this belief. And so, this is the kind of reality you will experience.
Under both scenarios, whom you interact with are the same types of people. But what will be different is the way you interpret their behavior.
Your brain will attach a positive or negative meaning to things, people, or event based on your beliefs in your subconscious mind.
In other words, your belief is like a code that programs your mind to think about your life in a certain way.
This is a simple example of how a single belief can dramatically affect your daily life.
Take into consideration that you have thousands of beliefs and all working to create your version of the world as you see it. You can’t just say, “People are kind,” and they immediately become kind.
That is not an example of a belief. That is an example of wishful thinking.
A belief happens when your perspective shifts, when you actually experience a different neural connections in your brain. Some people call it a mindset shift.
A Reprogrammed Subconscious Mind Will Bring Positive Changes in Your Life
Once you have successfully reprogrammed your subconscious mind (meaning you have already replaced your false, limiting beliefs or FLBs with positive ones), you will see positive changes in your life.
When you replace your FLBs with new and empowering ones, your life will change for the better. You will experience strings of breakthroughs and successes that you didn’t know exist. You will then understand better how your beliefs affect your physical reality.
You will cease to become “unlucky” and you will experience a series of “meaningful coincidences” that will lead you to good things in life. You will also meet good people and those who will show you the paths to your desires.
Everything will be rearranged for you through the “field of infinite possibilities” so that you’ll achieve the life of your dreams.
Reprogramming your subconscious mind is the best investment and gift that you can give to yourself because the results are lasting if not permanent.
A reprogrammed subconscious mind can lead you to enormous success, power, wealth, the best health, the best career or business, and the best relationships.