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What are subconscious beliefs and why they matter? A PSYCH-K® Perspective

What are subconscious beliefs and why they matter? A PSYCH-K® Perspective

What is Psych-K® and how does it work?

Psych-K® is a process that has been proven to increase personal and professional effectiveness by drawing on years of research in neuroscience, as well as utilizing principles of mind/body/spirit integration. Through Psych-K®, one can change self-defeating habits and behaviors by changing the self-sabotaging beliefs that drive them.

Advanced studies and research in neuroscience have shown that the best possible brain function, occurs when both hemispheres of the brain are engaged and activated simultaneously.  During this unique state of consciousness, one experiences high-speed mindset change, expanded creativity, as well as dramatically improved problem solving and opportunity leveraging techniques.

A lot of the time, we are running our lives on “auto-pilot.” Meaning that our thoughts and behaviors are generated from a subconscious level of the mind below the level of our conscious awareness, which renders our subconscious beliefs outdated over time. The job of Psych- K® then becomes ensuring you update your personal beliefs, by identifying the underlying, beliefs that are limiting you, so you can generate positive beliefs that align with the principles and philosophies that produce lasting successful behaviors, actions, and results.

What are subconscious beliefs and why they matter?

Subconscious beliefs form the basis for our actions and reactions to each situation in our lives, they are the filters through which we respond to life’s challenges. They also affect the ability to effectively perform both personally and professionally. Beliefs such as “I am competent”, “I am powerful”, or “I am safe” can enable you confidently undertake challenging projects with clear precision, while limiting beliefs such as “I don’t really trust myself to do a good job” or “How things turn out is not really in my control,” will have you hesitant, fearing mistakes, criticism, and failure.

Some other common, examples of “limiting beliefs” to watch out for include:

“No matter what I do or how hard I try, it’s never good enough.”
“The decisions I make usually turn out wrong.”
“I blame others for my problems.”
“I shouldn’t try anything new or risky because I’ll probably screw it up anyway.”
“My opinion doesn’t really matter.”
“What I do isn’t really important.”

Our Beliefs Establish the Limits of What We Can Achieve!

Through beliefs, we establish the limits of what we can or cannot achieve. This is especially true when the beliefs are subconscious. As most behavioral scientists can confirm, our behaviors are a direct reflection of our beliefs, perceptions, and values, which are often generated from past experiences. However, knowing how to change old negative beliefs, perceptions, and values into new positive ones is often difficult. But with so much at stake, it is important to learn how to change limiting self-sabotaging beliefs into supportive beliefs.

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