Mindset Is Everything
Christy R. Hall
Using the power of food, tapping, hypnosis and Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) to win the war on weight and emotional eating.
Your mindset matters. It affects everything. ~Peter Diamandis
Your mind is made up of two parts; the conscious and the subconscious. The conscious mind controls everything that you are aware of and is often said to be “the tip of the iceberg” as it is only a small fraction of the mind. The subconscious is the largest part of your mind and like the rest of the iceberg that is hidden from view. Your subconscious stores all your memories, sights, sounds, smells and beliefs. Everything you experience is stored away. And the way those bits of data are organized and the meaning we give to them create the programs and habits and ways we operate (automatically) every day.
If you were told when you were a kid that you were, ‘dumb’, and if it was repeated (via words or actions) your subconscious may have accepted that as truth and thus you believe you are dumb. This is mental programming or conditioning. Your subconscious accepts repeated thoughts, phrases, etc. as Truth unless it is told otherwise. The beliefs create habits of action. They happen automatically. It is the same for phobias or fears.
Mental re-programming or re-conditioning (aka mindset work) allows the connections between triggers and events to be changed in your subconscious. THIS IS BIG, because it means you can change the perception of traumatic events from the past to see them with adult attitudes and wisdom. You can release and transform negative emotions which lessens the impact of the memory.
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There are a whole host of tools you can (and should) use to help reprogram your mind and your thoughts. Hypnosis, tapping, NLP, CBT, REBT, and other coaching methods can help.
Health, wellness, and even weight loss are areas that benefits from mental re-programming. Being committed to changing your eating habits and gaining health is just as important as any other goal or aspiration you have. By imagining yourself living as a slimmer fitter person you are increasing the likelihood of achieving your goal.
But this idea of re-conditioning your mind isn’t limited to weight loss or fitness, you can also increase self-confidence, and remove limiting beliefs. Changing your mindset is a very powerful way to change your mind and your life for the better. As Norman Vincent Peale said,
“Change your thoughts, and you can change your world.”