Unlocking Your True Potential by Mastering Your Mind
Taking Back Control of Your Subconscious

You ever worked so hard that you can feel the sweat in your soul, but life still knocks you down?

That’s been my last five years.

Grinding, setting goals, and learning everything I could.

But damn, it felt like I was stuck and sinking deeper the more I struggled.

Then, I found this video by Dr. Bruce Lipton.

And something clicked.

I discovered the real enemy is the mental programs in my subconscious.

It’s Not Luck, It’s Mindset

Look, I’ve been emphasizing the importance of mindset in my recent articles for a reason.

It’s because mindset is so crucial, yet we often overlook it.

We’re so caught up in external problems that we ignore the power inside our heads.

Our mind has a tremendous amount of power over our daily lives.

And this isn’t talked about enough.

That power is sitting right there, waiting for us to grab it.

The problem is people aren’t made aware of it.

This is what’s so frustrating to me.

I had no idea how my mindset was messing with my life until I dug deep.

And I’m sure I’m not alone.

I bet many people believe they’re stuck with the hand they’re dealt.

They think they have no control and no say in their life.

And that’s all bullshit.

Life-changing information is out there, but it’s buried under a pile of garbage content that doesn’t help anyone.

You have to hunt for the real information, but how can you search for something you don’t even know exists?

This is the reason why most people are left in the dark.

The Childhood Code That’s Running Your Life

Let’s get to the heart of it — early programming.

Get this: 95% of our lives are shaped by what we learn in the first seven years.

This is a scientific fact.

In those years, our brains are like sponges, soaking up everything around us.

It’s almost like we’re hypnotized because we technically are.

The state our brains are in at this time is the same as hypnosis.

Science calls this state Theta.

Theta is where imagination runs wild.

Ever seen a kid turn a cardboard box into a spaceship?

That’s Theta.

This is the reason why kids can soak up everything — from parents, friends, and the world.

You’re not going over every single societal rule with them and making sure they memorize it.

No, they watch and download this information because their brains are in the Theta state.

And this is what sets the stage for the rest of their lives.

But hold on.

These early programs are necessary.

Before we can become conscious, we need these programs to guide us.

Otherwise, what would we be conscious of?

We need these early programs to even know what to be aware of.

They shape our choices, our actions, and yeah, our failures too.

“Your life is a reflection of your thoughts. If you change your thinking, you change your life.”

 — Brian Tracy

The Hidden Force: Unconscious Beliefs

Ever read Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki?

It’s an excellent book and it nails how our early programming impacts our life’s path.

Take me for example.

I wasn’t born into wealth, and becoming financially successful has felt like an almost impossible journey.

But it’s not just about money.

It’s also about the mindset and habits we pick up when we’re kids.

When you come from a working-class or poor family, trying to become financially successful is like an uphill battle.

But those born into wealth, even if they’re not the sharpest tool in the shed, often find success.

One reason for this is because of beliefs and unconscious behaviors they inherit early in life.

So, the real issue?

It’s the beliefs we’ve been carrying since childhood.

They work behind the scenes, silently sabotaging us.

Imagine busting your ass day in and day out, but staying stuck in the same place.

That’s me.

And that’s because of the ingrained beliefs I never even questioned.

Rewrite Your Mind’s Script

Now, there is an upside to all of this.

We don’t have to be stuck with these programs forever.

The first step to change is realizing that our subconscious beliefs are running the show.

Once we get that, we can start to dig deeper and figure out how to rewrite those scripts.

Repetition and consistency are key here.

Think of it as updating your mental software.

It might feel weird at first, but stick with it.

Over time, you’ll start to see real change.

Take the example of riding a bike.

You never forget how to do it, right?

That’s because it’s programmed into you.

The same goes for your mindset.

If you want to be happier, keep telling yourself, “I am happy.”

Even when it feels like a lie.

Because the more you say it, the more your subconscious will start to believe it.

But be careful.

When we’re down, we often reinforce that by telling ourselves how bad things are.

And that’s a trap.

The more we feed these thoughts, the more they become our reality.

Your Brain’s Secret Mode for Change

Another powerful tool for change is hypnosis.

Just before you go to sleep, your brain enters into the Theta state.

This is the time when your subconscious is most open to new ideas.

So, make it a nightly habit to listen to positive affirmations or guided meditations.

You’ll soon see your subconscious start to sync up with these empowering thoughts.

Keep this in mind.

Our subconscious is running the show for 95% of our day.

If we want to make real changes in our lives, it starts with reprogramming our subconscious.

“Your subconscious never sleeps. It is always on the job. It controls all your vital functions. Forgive yourself and everyone else before you go to sleep, and healing will take place much more rapidly.” 

–– Joseph Murphy

Take Control: Your Next Steps

I’m hoping you get the picture now, right?

Your subconscious has been the master, but you don’t have to let it keep pulling the strings.

Be intentional, use repetition, and tap into the Theta state.

It’s your toolkit for change, and the power to steer your life is in your hands.

One more thing —knowing this doesn’t give a reason to point fingers, especially not at our parents.

They did their best with what they knew.

But here’s the real talk - we’re responsible for our own lives.

Sure, external factors play a role, but playing the blame game is a one-way ticket to nowhere.

It’s a victim mindset that sets us up for failure.

The real issue though, is knowing all this and still not taking action.

What Are Your Thoughts?

If you’ve made it this far, thanks so much for reading. And, if you found value in this article, it would mean the world to me if you shared it with others!

What's your take and what do you think about this? Let me know your thoughts in the comments!

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