We increase our mental bandwidth as we get our subconscious beliefs on board with our conscious desires and goals.
When we have both parts of our mind working together it becomes our pipeline to the flow of True Success. When or subconscious beliefs are on-board with our conscious goals there is no resistance and the bandwidth to source energy becomes enormous. The more we can expand our bandwidth the more “flow” we experience and the more we will experience an effortless flow of success. Increased flow comes through increased bandwidth.
Neural dissonance is a form of resistance that reduces our bandwidth. It occurs when there is not alignment between the conscious and subconscious mind. It stops us from “seeing” possibilities. It stops us from resonating with Divine Purpose.
When Napoleon Hill was finishing his book “Think and Grow Rich,” he had an experience that demonstrates the powerful bandwidth our subconscious minds possess. As he was struggling to come up with the right title for his book, his publisher finally gave him a one-day deadline in which to come up with a title or they would do it for him.
Before retiring that night, he actually sat in bed and began having a conversation with his subconscious mind. He asked his subconscious mind to reveal to him the title that was intended for the book.
He went to bed and quickly fell asleep, but in the early hours of the morning a flash of inspiration awakened him, and he knew at that moment that the title of his book was to be “Think and Grow Rich.”
The subconscious is where the brain and Divine Intelligence connect; kind of like a connection to some sort of spiritual internet. Spirit always operates by law and it always operates perfectly. If your subconscious is filled with limiting beliefs it will affect you spiritually, by making you dissonant to things of the spirit.
All of us would like to make changes in our lives, such as feeling happier, having more meaning and joy on a daily basis, having more financial abundance, losing weight, having better relationships, starting a new career, or taking up a new hobby. But actually making those changes can often be the hard part. Why is that?
The difficulty lies in the fact that our minds are made up of two parts. One part is responsible for rational, conscious thought and processes ideas sequentially, using language. The other part is emotional and processes ideas simultaneously, using pictures.
The emotional, subconscious mind is far more powerful than the rational, conscious mind. It is capable of processing more information, it controls approximately 95 percent of the thoughts you think and the actions you take each day, and is motivated by the pull of pleasurable rewards and the push of negative emotions.
Re-framing is a great tool for increasing your subconscious connection. Re-framing can be done by filling in the blanks in these statements below:
- “Even though ___________, I am open to _________.
- “Even though____________, I choose to __________.
Here are some examples:
If you are struggling with feelings of “unworthiness”, you would begin by saying:
“Even though I am feeling unworthy, how can I see this differently?”
“Even though I am feeling unworthy, what if I could feel completely different?”
“Even though I feel unworthy, I am open to the complete opposite being true.”
“Even though I feel unworthy, I choose to unconditionally love and accept myself.”
Re-framing is opening your subconscious to the complete opposite of whatever limiting belief you have accepted as truth. It is a very powerful tool, especially when combined with EFT or “tapping,” which we will go into shortly.
By accepting the belief that your worthiness is a prerequisite for connecting to God, then the belief itself becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy, keeping you in a state of separation. Unless the belief is reframed, your emotions will remain dissonant from your source.
You can use the same process with the emotion of “fear.”
“Even though I am feeling fear, what if I could feel completely different?”
“Even though I am feeling fear, how can I see this differently?”
“Even though I feel fear, I am open to the complete opposite being true.”
“Even though I feel fear, I choose to unconditionally love and accept myself.”
Reframing is a great tool to help us change the power of our focus!
My name is Randy Brown and I am “Americas Purpose Coach and founder of “PURPOSE UNIVERSITY.
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