The Foundation of all that is Possible
Believing in yourself and your dreams is the foundation that builds the reality and it’s the most essential component right from the beginning. The dreams and desires are the easiest to determine, I think everyone has either a dream job, dream vacation or the entire dream life in mind. I do not know the percentage of those that realize or do not realize their dreams but I do believe that what separates them are:
I’ve always felt that our belief system at its core is stored within the subconscious mind. We are awake for a certain amount of hours in a day but when we daydream or sleep we cannot override the thoughts in our subconscious. If the thoughts within your subconscious are in alignment with your conscious mind and you truthfully believe in you then believing in your dreams won’t be a problem. If, deep down, you feel you aren’t deserving, for whatever reason, that belief is stored in your subconscious mind and will keep you from realizing your dreams. Your subconscious is the default, the autopilot, like when you drive somewhere and you arrive at your destination but cannot clearly remember all the turns. It’s not that your weren’t fully alert while driving but while your conscious mind was thinking about the day ahead your subconscious mind, completely aware, carried on the drive.
When people receive hypnosis perhaps to quit a bad habit or feel more empowered, they are put into an altered state of being (the subconscious) because in there lies the opportunity to re-program. Same as playing CD’s while sleeping as an alternative to hypnosis.
Our conscious mind is not always aware of the subconscious mind but the subconscious mind is fully aware of the conscious mind so you can still continue to go about your day even when your conscious mind is distracted by the busy thoughts in daily life.
There are many things we do without thinking because they have become “second nature” so we do not hesitate and that is the subconscious mind, it’s like the hard drive of the human being. For myself I’ve always used the analogy of the subconscious as relating to the old-style Jukebox. You put the money in and the arm scans until it comes across the correct selected record and pulls it out to play. The things I remember, I store them in my mind like the Jukebox and when I randomly need that info my brain scans until it finds the correct selected memory and brings it to my conscious mind.
I think everyone has old information, that may be either useless or not, but you still remember it, this is how powerful the subconscious mind is. Imagine if you program in there your belief in yourself, your desire to succeed and your belief that you can achieve anything you set out to do that you truly have your heart into.
Remember your conscious mind is not always aware of the subconscious mind but the subconscious mind is fully aware of the conscious mind. This is a very powerful tool you have at your disposal, it doesn’t cost you anything except to feed it your own desires and intentions.
The outcome can be truly fantastic, if you let it.
If you don’t already have your belief in yourself in your subconscious mind then write a new program for yourself. Write it down and keep it somewhere that you can see it often so that after a while it becomes “second nature” for your subconscious mind.
I’ve attacheda link below to a You Tube video of the song and lyrics to “I Believe” by Yolanda Adams, it’s such a great song, inspiring and motivating.
– I Believe I Can
– I Believe I Will
– I Believe I Know my Dreams are Real