The Elements

By Judith Bowman   |   September 6, 2016

Programming the Subconscious Mind to Achieve Positive Results

Categories: Culture, Health & Wellness, Human Element

The quote, “I think, therefore I am” prompted me to think further about our ability to actually program our subconscious to redirect our destiny.

We can actually program the subconscious mind to tell ourselves we “are.” When we consciously tell the subconscious mind that we feel a certain way, we program our subconscious mind to respond in kind.

Anything we want to attract is the result of what we put into our subconscious mind. Once programmed, the subconscious mind responds to whatever is planted; a change in feeling is a change in destiny!

Program What We Want to Attract

If we program negativity or worry, a negative feeling will be created and we experience the destiny of being unhappy, sad, etc., and this will beget negativity and worry.

When we consciously shift away from negative thoughts and program the subconscious mind with positives … e.g. the “I am’s” (I am content, I am healthy, I am Fabulous! etc.) our wish will become reality. Because our subconscious mind represents what we ask for, what we want to attract into our life is fundamental.

The subconscious mind rules our life. 97 % of everything we do is as a result of the subconscious mind. Moreover, the subconscious mind is impersonal and does not distinguish between what we are feeling versus what is actually happening in our life. Plant the seed, instill the positive thought and ASSUME the positive feeling to be yours.

Preparation

The subconscious mind is most comfortable in the unconscious state e.g. just as we are about to go into sleep state. Therefore, just as you are getting drowsy, consciously prepare your mind for the next eight (sleeping) hours of marinade. Instructions are sealed when we sleep. We have the power to not only shape and influence, but compose our instructions. Consider how you want to prepare yourself for having your instructions sealed.

Achieving Goals

To achieve your goals ask yourself the question: “How would I feel were my wishes and dreams realized?” Then assume this state. Live the feeling of being the one you want to be – of a wish fulfilled in all aspects of your life.

In Conclusion

Every feeling we have makes a subconscious impression on our body, and our awareness. Therefore, persist with the feeling assumption, and as this is persisted, it shall be instilled. We do possess the power to change and re-direct our destiny.


Judith Bowman
Business Protocol

Judith Bowman founded Protocol Consultants International in 1993 and has prospered to become an established Business Protocol expert, educator, corporate speaker, and renowned authority in the field of Professional Presence, Dining Savvy, International Protocol Awareness, and personal and professional development. Ms. Bowman also provides Protocol Certification. She is a graduate of Boston College and has pursued studies in Effective Business Communication at Harvard University.

Ms. Bowman speaks to critical interpersonal communication skills and shares specific nuances advantageous to exemplary conduct in today’s fast-paced and highly competitive global work environment. She showcases everyday business situations and shows professionals how to leverage these as opportunities to demonstrate respect while earning respect – while showing you know “the difference” while making a difference to stand apart and outclass the competition!

Ms. Bowman has authored two business protocol books: “Don’t Take the Last Donut…” (Career Press) presently sold in 16 countries, translated in 14 languages, and her new book, “How to Stand Apart @ Work …” She has authored a weekly Everyday Etiquette column syndicated throughout New England for ten years by the Pulitzer Prize winning Eagle Tribune Publishing Company. Internationally, she authored a Business Protocol column for the prestigious Noblesse Magazine, China. She presently writes a weekly Business Protocol column for Boston Herald newspapers and has a coordinating weekly radio segment, “A Protocol Moment” on Herald Radio.
She also writes a monthly Fabulous Woman series which features truly fabulous women who have shattered the glass ceiling and has been featured in Leader to Leader, March, 2015.

Bowman has produced a series of support products which include: Executive Etiquette/First Impressions DVD, DINING 101 DVD and Protocol Training DVD – from her on-line How to Stand Apart series.

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