All coaches dream of creating miracle-style results for their clients—long lasting, permanent change that creates a buzz around their work, and word-of-mouth marketing that spreads like wildfire.
Yet, so many coaches, therapists and mentors feel there is a missing piece to their work… something that if they had it, would allow them to finally break through those barriers that seem to be holding them and their clients back from a new level of transformation.
That piece is subconscious integration.
Essentially, what that means is getting the subconscious mind on board with changes the conscious mind is suggesting (the goals and dreams your client wants to create!)
Your conscious mind is the creative thinker, the idea- generator, the catalyst of change. It loves to problem solve, dream about the future, replay the past, and switch things up from what you’ve always done.
Your subconscious mind is the place where all of your data and memories are stored, as well as all the programs you have attained over the years of how to go about the business of being you. It speaks and understands only in the present and everything it takes in is about you.
The subconscious keeps and installs any program that keeps you alive or safe, and it acts as a safety mechanism to hit the brakes and get you back on track any time you divert from the safety zone.
The thing is, nothing new ever happens in the safety zone, so if you want to have a new way of doing things, you have to change the subconscious programs that are currently running.
Whatever our subconscious programming is, our reality will default to!
We can sit around all day and talk about how much money we want to make or what goals we want to achieve. We can strategize until we have five different plans to get us there, heck, we can even find success in that.
But ultimately, if we have a program that tells the person making more money that they are not worthy or they will just lose it all, eventually their subconscious programming will take over and find a way to get back to their safety zone (homeostasis) to keep them safe.
If our subconscious mind is not congruent with our money goals, returning to homeostasis could look like spending all the money they just earned, hitting a revenue ceiling, or maybe feeling like an imposter in the new successful endeavor so they don’t show up for it anymore.
When we don’t have the subconscious programming that supports or desires, we experience the phenomenon of “falling off the wagon” and asking ourselves, “how did I get back here?”
This is because when we are consciously choosing a behavior that goes against our subconscious programming, we are using energy to fight the existing program.
That energy is our willpower, which is finite. So when we expend all that energy, we drain our willpower stores, and the subconscious mind which is a million times stronger than the conscious mind, takes back over.
The good new is: if we have the software already in the mind to support our success and couple that with aligned action, creating what we want becomes easy.
If you want to have permanent change that feels easy and straightforward, if you really want to get yourself and your clients the shifts that last, you’ll benefit greatly from implementing subconscious integration in your coaching or mentorship.
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