Reprogramming the subconscious?

We all have our own beliefs— religion, mother nature, the universe, God, Gods,— something greater than us. 

I tend to listen to the universe. 

Recently, I keep hearing the same chord. 

In order to: 

  • get rid of my fear,

  • stop comparing myself to others,

  • stop self-sabotaging,

  • start appreciating myself,

  • start doing the things I love,

  • start forgiving myself,

I have to stop the noise. 

I have to stop believing all of the predetermined conditions that my subconscious has on repeat. These conditions that were programmed over many years, starting with the conditions I inherited from my parents self-doubts, my parents were programmed from their parents (it's a continuous cycle); and let's not forget the conditions from my school age years, K-12, (the most awkward period of my life). Oh and the workplace, and society in general are all contributing factors to my conditioned subconscious. 

What am I talking about? 

Let's use publishing a book, I have written as an example. Oh yea, did I mention it's a children's book? 

As I start to imagine this scene of children sitting in a bookstore criss-cross-applesauce on the brightly colored carpet, waiting in anticipation for the reader to turn to the next page of my book; the scene bursts like a popped balloon! 

Deep down within my core, I do not actually believe I can get the book published. I second guess the story, the illustrations, I talk myself out of the passion that it took to write the story to begin with. And when I am on this freight train, I always ask myself - "who do you think you are?"


You see what I did there? 

I have already set myself up for failure. 

And if by chance I do obtain this goal, then I chalk the win up to "luck"—not giving myself the credit for all of the hard work I put in. 🤦🏻‍♀️

I have been on this cycle for so many years! 

Its enough already. 

This new year, this new decade–is the perfect opportunity to kick all of these conditions to the curb. 

I am going all in.

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