Does the law of attraction really work? It sure sounds good, but what’s the real story?
Most of us would love to get all the good stuff without any risk or reward. After all, nobody wants to try to achieve something only to go down in flames.
That’s the great promise of being able to “manifest” your reality.
But there’s a right way, and a wrong way. A way that works, and a way that frustrates.
To be sure, humans have plenty of built in strategies, as well as plenty more built in learning capacities.
Subconscious programming, and conscious ability.
When you can combine these, life can really seem like magic. Especially to folks watching you from the outside in.
On the other hand, when your conscious and unconscious are in opposition, like can see to go nowhere fast.
On an unconscious level, most of us are programmed to crave pretty much the same stuff.
Food, safety, sex, recognition, validation, social status.
On a conscious level, you can pretty much choose anything.
The first step is to make sure what you’re intending with your conscious mind is congruent with not only your unconscious, but your belief systems.
This can be subtle. For example, say you want to create a healthy relationship. Knowing that this is based on your subconscious desire for sex, affection and safety will definitely help.
You can use those subconscious desires to push you forward.
But if you’ve got some limiting beliefs, meaning you don’t think you’re worthy, or you’re afraid others will discover your horrible inner secrets, then part of you will be screaming “full speed ahead!” while another part of you will be clinging to the imaginary safety of your comfort zone.
Sometimes all it takes is to simply be aware of your subconscious, and preprogrammed desires.
A lot of people would LOVE to go after more sex, money, recognition, etc, but somehow feel that it’s “wrong” to do so.
Understanding that those desires are perfectly natural and healthy may be all you need.
That’s why understanding these triggers can be crucial to any success.
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