It is a known fact that our minds, more specifically our subconscious minds, control our lives. We are what we think or believe. Research has shown that there is a mind-body connection and that the mind can help us overcome anything.

There are many ways to reprogram your mind: NLP, hypnosis, visualisation, EFT, ThetaHealing®, affirmations and coaching. The method you choose will depend on your mindset and budget.

You may feel able to make positive changes on your own with a little knowledge and some resources cause you can find a ton of information online or by going to your local library. If budget is the issue, Nowadays through social media and so many other networks, you could quite easily find a practitioner who is willing to exchange practice time or testimonial to help.

Otherwise, there are loads of hypnotherapists, NLP practitioners, and coaches that can be hired to work with you.

Whichever route you choose one element that is crucial is your attitude. For any method or modality to be successful in creating change in the subconscious you have to want the change and to believe totally in its success. You cannot succeed without this belief.

While every method is different there three steps that each uses to reprogram your mind.

To achieve relaxation you have to take your brain to Alpha level. This is the level where you are able to 'speak' directly with the subconscious. Alpha level brainwaves are experienced first thing in the morning as you first awaken and the last thing at night just before you go to sleep. In the Alpha level, you are awake (conscious) and aware of your surroundings but your subconscious is fully alert and you are most responsive to learning and accepting new ideas.

Picture your goal as an image or movie with you 'in the moment'. It must be in the present so you must be living it. Use all of your senses to make it as real as possible. Tell a story and if you can add some humour even better. Your subconscious loves stories and it loves humour. By fully engaging your senses it becomes more real. Make the scenes really bright and colourful. Hear the sounds, feel the emotions. Touch and taste things.

When visualizing always answer these questions:
What can you see?
What can you hear?
What can you feel? (Physical touch as well as emotions.)
What can you smell?
What can you taste?

While visualising yourself living your goal it is also important to affirm this. You can either say your affirmations out loud or just think of them. To make them even more powerful and effective you can write them down and display them wherever you will see them regularly throughout your day. You can also record yourself saying them out loud and listen to them first thing in the morning and last thing at night.
Affirmations must be:

  • In the present tense.
  • Said with positive conviction. (You must believe in what you are saying.)
  • Include emotion.

For example, I am giving a presentation to my department and superiors. I am standing at the front of the room. I feel confident and calm. I am speaking with conviction. I know my topic. My presentation is interesting and fun to give. The audience is listening intently. They are smiling and nodding their heads as I speak. My voice is confident and easy to hear, even at the back of the room. I am standing tall wearing my favourite navy suit. I feel smart.

Knowing these three simple steps can help you successfully program your mind for positive change.

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