When we really look within, we are able to acknowledge realities that other times are so subtle they simply fly under your radar. You are unaware to the extent that they can operate facets of your life absolutely out with your awareness, and so blame external sources: other people, environments, or circumstances.
Recently I have been setting to work uncovering some of these unseen aspects of myself – subconscious limiting beliefs, learned behavioural responses, and unhelpful coping mechanisms.
Firstly, let’s look at what I mean by subconscious limiting beliefs. The subconscious is a psychological term for the mechanisms and functions of our mind that operate ‘under the radar’. These encompass such things as innate behavioural responses (or our instincts), and learned responses which have become automatic – that is, they take no conscious effort to execute – which generally stem from childhood. Think how learning to ride a…
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