If you are a fan of the law of attraction, then you know that the stories inside the back of your head rule the roost, so to speak. If you grew up believing that money is the root of all evil, then chances are that money is something that only “bad” people seek out.
You want to be a “good” person and therefore your subconscious mind keeps money and all its benefits away from you. We are all like flowers with many flower petals to uncover, roots and seeds. In order to truly manifest with greatness, we need to recognize that we are many parts and just as many layers. The subconscious could be relatable to the roots which are so deeply embedded into our lives.
In order to get in touch with our subconscious layers, we need to peel them back one at a time.
How the Subconscious Mind is at Work
The subconscious mind is at work from early childhood. Whatever we see in our environment is what we will record for use later on. It’s a story that our subconscious mind writes from early on and continues to create a story from which we live our lives from.
The subconscious mind absorbs many things; it’s beliefs about money; it’s belief about relationships, it’s belief about who and what we should be in the world and so much more. The subconscious is responsible for how we feel about everything from education and money to career and family.
Did you grow up in a traditional household where your mom was a stay-at-home mom and your dad worked 7 days a week? If so, have you chosen the same path or did you have an opposite reaction? Did you see your mom as so unhappy that you went in the complete opposite direction? Whatever you chose, you may thank your subconscious mind for telling you that story.
How to Take Over the Wheel of Your Subconscious Mind
Be in Awareness
Once you recognize your subconscious is responsible for all the stories you have told yourself throughout your entire life, you get the opportunity to change that up. You can create new opportunities and new stories and have all the happily ever afters you desire for yourself and your life.
Take on a New Perspective
If you are angry at someone else’s behavior, take a look at your own behavior. What is it about that person’s behavior that bothered you? Is it something that you see in yourself? Take on a new perspective, maybe one of compassion or being human, forgiveness or understanding. Change your perspective on the situation because you have the power to do so.
Do the Work
Once you start to become aware, you can take on creating new opportunities to think differently and take on a new perspective. However, it’s important to note that this will be a new habit which you must form.
It won’t happen overnight, but with a little bit of work, it can be done.
Eva Gregory is a Law of Attraction expert, speaker author and mentor to spiritual entrepreneurs – coaches, healers and holistic practitioners. Her passion is helping spiritual entrepreneurs go from chaos to clarity, and from clarity to cash flow by learning how to tap into their own inner guidance and merge it with proven practical business strategies to create enlightened businesses of purpose, passion and prosperity. She is author of “The Feel Good Guide to Prosperity” and “Life Lessons For Mastering the Law of Attraction” co-authored with Jack Canfield. Get your FREE REPORT, “Massive Success For Spiritual Entrepreneurs” here. Learn more about how Eva can help you at www.EvaGregory.com