7 Huge Mistakes You Probably Make That Diminish Your Self-Confidence and Create...
Feelings of inadequacy and lack of confidence
Disruptive sleep and low energy
Personal and professional frustrations and fears
Destructive personal and societal outcomes
What are these seven?
Mistakenly blame yourself
Mistakenly blame others
Mistakenly think you can control your subconscious mind
Mistakenly focus on the wrong things throughout the day
Mistakenly create unintended affirmations
Mistakenly try to "do" your way to happiness
Mistakenly quit and give up
It's important to realize that even though you may be making many of these mistakes, now you will learn what you
need to do to resolve and release each of these
mistakes and turn them into successes!
Here are the first 3 mistakes, how they affect you, and the importance of resolving them
1. Mistakenly blame yourself
It's perfectly natural for you to blame yourself for doing something or for not taking action. It certainly felt like the decisions you once made came from your actions. After all, wasn't it you that chose a certain way of thinking? Wasn't it you that made a decision about that relationship? That job? Your friends or family?
No, you didn't!
Whatever it seemed like you did, please consider that every major decision you have made, every course of action that you took, anything that you chose to do that turned out to be unhealthy, short sighted or selfish came from the beliefs of your subconscious mind.
Your conscious mind is like an ant compared to the power of your subconscious ego. It decides most of what you think, feel, say and do. It decides how you react to situations, sometimes using the fight, flight or freeze responses to keep you safe. It decides what fits for you based upon all the programming that created your beliefs over the first 16 years of your life. During this time, you were a sponge absorbing everything with little or no ability to say "no" to what other people say about you or your actions. As a child you also made many mistakes about what you believed to be true about yourself and life.
So stop blaming yourself for the decisions made
by your subconscious ego
As you discover how powerful your subconscious mind is you begin to understand that all the major decisions of your life were made by those old, conditioned beliefs and behaviors. Most of the day you are in a trance state. Your subconscious programming is creating those critical and dis-empowering thoughts, the feelings that you don't deserve or can't achieve something, the inappropriate actions or adopt destructive habits or patterns of behaviors and says things that are the opposite of what the healthy you actually believes. Now you truly begin to take charge of your life and heal old behaviors.
Remember, it's not about blame, for that's a waste of time. It's also useless to blame your subconscious mind as well. It did what it thought was best based upon it's own programming. More about this later, but for now realize that blame is just a waste of energy.
Focus instead on what you now want to healthily achieve