How to Clean Your Subconscious Mind & Get the Life You Deserve

Are you doing everything you can to take back the control over your life – but things still aren’t going in the direction you’ve planned? Well, then you may need to take a peak in your subconscious – and learn how to clean your subconscious mind!

Don’t get me wrong, this isn’t something to scare you – it’s just something to help you.

The reason why I’m telling you this is simple:

Throughout your whole life, you’ve been exposed to a certain behavior from the people around you.

That behavior – no matter whether it was positive or negative – ingrained itself in your brain as a pattern of belief, or in some cases, as a really bad memory. And most of the time, those old patterns no longer serve you nor help you grow.

Actually, they might hold you back. Once you learn how to let go of them, you’ll witness how your life changes right in front of your eyes.

Follow up with me to take a look into how to clean your subconscious mind and start living the life you deserve!

In this video, I share how bad memories and old beliefs sometimes get even the best of me.

 
 

Your life is created by your thoughts & beliefs – I am no exemption to this rule.

I read somewhere once that if you want to know what your subconscious looks like, all you’ve got to do is take a look at the life you’re currently living.

You can’t move forward without letting go of the past first and healing those wounds.

You can’t grow as a person if you’re not willing to drop old patterns of thinking that no longer serve the person you’re becoming.

You can’t expect negative thoughts & beliefs to create a happy, blissful life.

Makes sense, right?

Let me show you how to clean your subconscious mind:

Meditate, meditate, meditate!

I could go on all day talking about the benefits of meditation.

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In this case, meditation is important because it’ll drown the everyday noise in your head, allowing you to take a look deeper inside.

Only when you take a look deeper, you’ll be able to see who you really are as a person.

You’ll see your positive and your negative beliefs, your darkest fears but also, your deepest desires.

It’s only then you will see your true self.

Talk about it out loud

Avoiding to talk about a bad memory or a belief that no longer serves you will help you track it back to where it all began.

For example, if you have an irrational fear or phobia of something, talk about it and try going as further back as possible. Was it something that happened to you in your childhood? Was it something someone did to you?

Once I started tracking back my fears, I realized my abandonment issues stem from the time my father left me. Naturally, I had the belief everyone else will leave me too – which is totally not true!

Surprisingly enough, once I’ve found the root of the problem and become open about it, I feel massively better!

Affirmations

Everything you say or think, your mind will believe. The scary thing is this is also true for the negative thoughts you have about yourself or your life.

Positive affirmations are your first line of defense when it comes to getting rid of the negative thoughts that have unintentionally become your mantra over the years.

I like to say my affirmations in the morning because that makes my day better – and I recommend you do the same.

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Visualizations

Everything you can imagine, you can have in life. Your mind is your best friend – think of it as the Genie from Aladdin. Whatever you ask, you get.

That is, as long as you know how to utilize it in the right way. And that is where visualizations come to help you step up your game.

Visualize the person you’d like to become one day. For example, if confidence is your issue that goes all the way back to your childhood, visualize yourself as a confident person now.

Pay attention to as many details as possible – the way you walk, the way you talk, the way you look. Oh, and don’t let your mind drift off and bother with the what if – keep the visualizations positive!

Self-hypnosis

Let’s get something straight first:

No, hypnosis won’t make you walk around like a zombie and yes, you can snap out of it anytime you want.

Self-hypnosis is a powerful tool to combat the negative beliefs and negative core images of yourself. And it’s pretty straightforward too.

All you’ve got to do is sit comfortably, relax, and choose an affirmation that you want to have as a core belief. Then, focus on your breathing and repeat your affirmation slowly for 15 minutes or longer.

For instance, if you have negative body image, try saying something like: I feel beautiful today and every day. I’m a beautiful person, inside and ou

Repetition, not logic

Contrary to popular belief, your subconscious doesn’t recognize logic. It recognizes repetition. Here’s why:

Thoughts become actions. Actions become results. Results become beliefs. And yes, beliefs go back to thoughts.

This means that everything you’ve been doing so far won’t work if you only do it once and then forget about it. But keep going for a month or two and – well, you’re bound to see something changing for the better!


How do you work on becoming the person you want to be? Have you traced back negative patterns of thinking? Tell me your story in the comments below, I’d love to hear from you!