Do you have a tough time separating your thoughts from your emotions?
Has this ever happened to you?
You’re going about your day and everything seems to go well until you start thinking about something that happened in the past.
When that happened, your mood started to change. You became sad, angry, upset, suspicious, unsure of yourself, guilty, and you find yourself wallowing in a massive complex of often-conflicting emotions.
Has a certain person’s face appeared in your mind and all of a sudden your day heads south.
If any of this has happened to you, welcome to the club.
A lot of people experience this problem every single day. It seems that no matter how much in control we otherwise feel, the moment we think about a traumatic experience or somebody that we don’t like, it just trips us up.
Do yourself a big favor. Pay close attention to how often that happens to you. If it happens with quite a bit of frequency, you know you have a problem on your hands. You’re not living a life that is fully under your control. It seems that the moment certain things trigger these memories or these ideas, your emotions get the better of you. You start feeling angry. You start feeling sad, guilty, remorseful, or whatever else.
This can be very debilitating.
It doesn’t a really matter how smart you are.
It doesn’t really matter how capable you are of making things happen.
When these things happen, you are not in control.
The worst part?
You know that it is happening. After all, you have experienced this same chain of events many times before. Still, despite seeing this sequence play out over and over again, you can’t help it. A wave of negativity just comes over you and you keep repeating the same cycle over and over. You hate it. It fills you with regret. You also start doubting yourself. You start thinking that maybe you really can’t control much of your life. The self-doubt can be crushing.
What if I told you that you can stop your personal frustrations with this type of pattern with one simple move? I’m sure you’d sit up and pay attention, right?
Here’s the thing. It turns out that most people have a very powerful reality-bending machine at their disposal. We all have this.
Unfortunately, majority of us refuse to even acknowledge that we have this capability.
Instead, we content ourselves with continuously banging our heads against the wall and hoping that somehow, some way things will fall into place. We keep repeating the same fruitless patterns over and over again knowing full well that it’s not going to lead to anywhere productive but we still do it anyway. Talk about frustrating.
If you want to break away from all of this and take your life to the next level,
Here’s Just A Quick Preview Of What You’ll Discover Inside:
- The Conscious Mind Is Limited
- Just How Limited Is Our Conscious Mind?
- The Conscious Mind Is Powerful But Self-Limited
- You Conscious Mind Needs The Help Of Your Subconscious Mind
- Learn To Control Your Subconscious Mind
- Just Because It’s Hidden, Doesn’t Mean It Doesn’t Exist
- Own Your Subconscious Mind
- Learn to live in the moment
- Compile A Subconscious Mind Profile
- Unleash Your Subconscious Mind With These Techniques
- And so much more!
It’s not going to be an easy journey but it is fairly easy to follow.
This step by step guide will help you to stop your personal frustrations in their tracks by tapping into your subconscious mind and change your dysfunctional thinking patterns from their core.
Thank you for reading.
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