At the beginning of a new year, we usually find ourselves re-evaluating our life, our goals and the efforts we are making to achieve them. Typically included is the area of health and fitness, and the lifestyle choices which may or may not be supporting us in realizing these goals.
Embedded in the evaluation process is a lot of self-talk (both positive and negative), along with the growing realization that the nature of our thoughts actually influences and plays a role in the creation of our behaviors, experiences, and ultimately, the outcomes in our lives. Bruce Lipton, biologist and author of the popular book The Biology of Belief, has demonstrated that our thoughts actually do have a tangible influence on us at our cellular and genetic levels.
As promising as this discovery is, Lipton also acknowledges the huge challenge we have in terms of having our positive thoughts “stick”, as they are easily overpowered or nullified by any number of negative messages we have stored in our subconscious, which is many times larger than our conscious mind.
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I can confirm Lipton’s observations from another perspective. As a Doctor of Medical Heilkunst and Homeopathy, I have witnessed many instances of how an attempt at “positive thinking” or “conscious creation” is eventually undermined by the patient’s subconscious mind, regardless of the quality of intent or effort they have put into their affirmations.
One part of our typical treatment protocol is to use specific homeopathic remedies to address the historical time line of any significant shocks and traumas that have been sustained. These include physical shocks, such as a broken bone, or a significant exposure to a toxin, as well as mental or emotional shocks which had a palpable impact on the life force.
The really cool thing that I get to witness in this process is that as each specific trauma is removed from the patient’s life force (which includes the realm of the subconscious mind), their ability to follow through on their goals and with their affirmations progressively increases, and then starts to gain traction. Every undigested trauma precipitates a corresponding negative state of mind, which gets lodged in the subconscious.
Time again, the message that comes out of this – and which the patient also starts to realize for themselves – is that they do indeed have the capacity to make good use of positive thinking, or the process of conscious creation, and that they don’t need to beat themselves up to get there. There are simple tools and remedies from nature which give us access to this, and assist in the release all our subconscious blockages, setting us more easily towards our goals. And now, what do you think you would find if you could move beyond the map of your subconscious blockages and into your goals?