Oct 292008

Do you find repeating affirmations is hard work, one day your routine gets disrupted and you forget, and eventually it all fizzles out?

Wouldn’t it be good to have a faster way to reprogramme your subconscious mind, and ease your health issue?

Your subconscious mind is rather like your computer’s operating system
– a bit of a mystery to most of us. It works away in the background, and unless you’re a computer expert you only become aware of it when something goes wrong. Like your health, this could be major – like the computer crashing, or a minor niggle you tolerate. Your computer expert, who talks the language of registry keys and more, sorts out your operating system and off you go again!

Many healing modalities help you access and change the beliefs and conditioning of your subconscious mind. For most of us it’s likely to be an easier process than getting to grips with your computer’s operating system! And quicker than repeating affirmations.

Three quick ways to reprogramme your subconscious

Neutralise the source of your negative feelings by tapping

EFT (Emotional freedom Techniques) is based on the idea that your negative feelings are caused by a disruption in the flow of energy through your body’s meridians. By holding the feeling or issue in mind, while you gently tap round a series of points on your face and upper body, your energy is rebalanced, and the negative feeling neutralised.

When used successfully the feeling is neutralised right back at its source, in other words the belief or conditioning which caused the negative feeling no longer has any power over you.

For example, when Margot tapped to let go of her fear of flying, the fact that it has not recurred means she also let go of the source of that fear. In fact she now looks forward to flying.

Release basic wants with The Sedona Method

The Sedona Method is a simple way of answering simple questions to let go of an unpleasant feeling which is present for you. Once that feeling is gone, you work with the next feeling to surface, and the next and so on. Until eventually more positive feelings of courageousness, acceptance and peace start to surface.

Another stage of The Sedona Method is to release the basic want which underlies the feeling. The four basic wants are: wanting control, wanting approval, wanting security and wanting one-ness/separation. These wants operate in our subconscious mind, and letting them go through a simple question and answer process removes them.

For example, once I released on ‘wanting approval’ from my Mother, I stopped feeling angry, our relationship became much easier, and I felt more relaxed. This had to be good for my health!

Unwind and rewind with The One Command

I like the various way The One Command goes beyond the usual Law of Attraction methods. After stating your health intention the next step is to envisage your old beliefs unwinding out of your organs, your cells and right down to your DNA. Whether or not you are conscious of them, see your old beliefs unwinding, unwinding, unwinding.

Then you come to the good bit! With your intention in mind, see it winding into your organs, cells and right down into your DNA. Visualise all aspects of your intention rewinding, rewinding, rewinding throughout your whole being.

For example, I used The One Command to easily write this article!

Whichever method you choose, that’s it, you have reprogrammed your subconscious mind! If more negative feelings, or doubts arise in your mind it means there are more beliefs to neutralise, so you simply repeat the process.

You can mix and match too!
I have fun blending EFT with The One Command!

The Delicious Nugget: If you find affirmations hard work, there are easier and quicker ways to reprogramme your subconscious mind and let go of old beliefs and conditioning. My favourites are: tap them away with EFT, release them using the simple questions and answers of The Sedona Method, or unwind and rewind with The One Command.

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