Your mind consists of two factors that interact in a way to control your behavior.
First of these is your subconscious.
Your subconscious mind is the part that houses memories, nerves, emotions and your main beliefs. It is from the subconscious mind that thoughts are sent that will enable you to achieve your goals.
Consciousness makes decisions, determinists goals, and collects knowledge for the purpose of taking some kind of action.
If the subconscious data adds conscious decisions and desires, the action will take place. If, however, the conflict contradicts, the "power" of the subconscious will cause conflict, postponement, fear, and possibly avoid action.
A large part of our operations are automated and normal. They are governed by attitudes and attitudes that are prominent in the subconscious mind. However, all the input to the subconscious mind comes from consciousness, what is the part of you that manages behavior.
The relationship between consciousness and subconsciousness can be seen in all sorts of people.
- Have you ever heard someone tell themselves that they really were so much they really became bad?
- Have you ever known someone who was so often that they began to believe in the lies?
These are both examples of the interactions between the subconscious mind and the conscious mind. First, the person consciously said that they were sick. The subconscious mind (which is incapable of justification) agreed this data and through the nervous system, sent back signs that caused an individual to feel sick. Secondly, the same process took place.
Your success is tied to your action, your action for adaptation.
In this way, "auto navigation system" works within you either as a success or failure system.
It all depends on the goals you set for it.
With the conscious use of confirmation, we can program our subconscious so that it works as a success and produces positive behaviors and changes toward achieving our goals.
The use of confirmation is basically for the subconscious to work with us, not against us – to get our goalkeeper to work towards achieving our goals.
WHAT IS A PARTICULAR?
The best definition of confirmation is: "Saying to you at times what you know to be true at other times." Specifically, the confirmation is a positive statement of the first person singular that describes you, you want to become.
The power of confirmation is best acknowledged when we realize that the mind does not know the difference between real and imaginary. For example, suppose you "fancy" late at night that there is a prowler in the house. Are you anything less afraid than if you "knew" there was a prowler in the house? Not at all. You are afraid because you would imagine an awful situation. The use of authentication to build trust applies to the same rule, but with a positive goal in mind.
Verifications must have the following characteristics:
1. Verifications must be positive.
2. Verifications should be the first person singular.
3. Confirmation should be within your ability to believe.
4. Verifications should be directly related to your goals.
Below are some examples of confirmation. Then try them for size. If you feel good, use them; if not, write your own on 3 x 5 cards. Put them in places where you spend a lot of time (office, car, bathroom mirror, etc.). Carry them with you Develop a plan to use them (first in the morning, last before going to bed, right after noon or just before leaving the office). They are a great way to maintain your stance and your mind on your goals.
I am the main programmer.
I'm a good listener.
I'm the number one sales representative for my company.
I set a daily goal and managed them.
I am a leader.
I am a homosexual manager.
I'm a successful manager.
I'm really worried about my employees and my company.