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How to Remove Subconscious Blocks
and Manifest Your Desires?

subconscious blocks

Have you ever felt like there’s something holding you back from achieving your goals and living the life you want? If you have, you may have encountered what is called “subconscious blocks”. These blocks are deeply ingrained patterns that operate below the conscious level and can limit our emotional, mental, and spiritual abundance. In this article, we’ll explore what subconscious blocks are, how they can affect us, and techniques for removing them.

Understanding Subconscious Blocks: Identifying the Barriers to Manifestation

Subconscious blocks are negative patterns of thoughts, behaviors, and emotions that are deeply rooted in the subconscious mind. They are often the result of past experiences, beliefs, and programming that we may not even be aware of. These blocks can create limits and prevent us from manifesting what we want in life.

They can manifest as limiting beliefs such as “I’m not good enough”, “I’ll never be successful”, or “Money is the root of all evil”. These beliefs can create self-sabotaging patterns that prevent us from moving forward in life.

The Power of the Subconscious Mind: Harnessing the Changer of Beliefs

The subconscious mind is responsible for storing and processing all of our experiences, memories, and emotions, both positive and negative. It works constantly to keep us safe and protected by filtering and interpreting the vast amounts of information that we encounter every day.

Often, our subconscious mind forms beliefs based on past experiences and emotions that have been repeatedly reinforced over time. These beliefs can be positive and empowering, but they can also be limiting and self-sabotaging.

For example, if someone experiences a traumatic symptoms  event in their childhood, their subconscious mind may form a belief that they are not safe or that the world is a dangerous place. This belief can then impact their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors well into adulthood.

Additionally, the subconscious mind tends to prioritize familiar and comfortable patterns of behavior and thought, even if those patterns are not serving us well. This is because the subconscious perceives change as a potential threat to our safety and survival. So, even if we consciously desire to change a belief or behavior, our subconscious mind may resist because it perceives that change as a threat.

Reprogramming the Subconscious Mind: Techniques for Removing Subconscious Blocks

The first step in removing a subconscious block is to become aware of the fears or limiting beliefs that are holding you back. These fears and beliefs may be so deeply ingrained in your subconscious that you are not even aware of them.

To become aware of your fears, you can start by paying attention to your thoughts and emotions. Notice when you feel resistance or fear around a certain situation or goal. Ask yourself what beliefs or thoughts are causing these feelings.

Once you have identified the fear or limiting belief, it is important to go within and explore it further. This may involve journaling, meditation, or talking to a therapist or trusted friend. Ask yourself where this fear or belief originated and how it has been impacting your life.

Confronting the fear or limiting belief is a key step in removing the subconscious block. This may involve challenging the belief with evidence that contradicts it or reframing the belief in a more positive and empowering way.

For example, if you have a subconscious belief that you are not worthy of success, you can challenge this belief by questioning is that true. And remind yourself of your accomplishments and strengths. You can also reframe the belief by affirming to yourself that you are deserving of success and abundance.

Finally, it is important to take action towards your goals, even if you feel fear or resistance. By taking small steps towards your goals, you can build momentum and confidence, which can help to break through the subconscious block.

Hypnosis: Accessing the Subconscious Mind for Manifestation

Another powerful technique for removing subconscious blocks is through hypnosis. Hypnosis is a state of deep relaxation and heightened suggestibility that allows you to access and work with the subconscious mind more easily.

During a hypnosis session, a trained Hypnotherapist can guide you to remove negative beliefs and replace them with positive ones. Hypnosis can also be used to release emotional blockages that are holding us back from achieving your goals. 

Conclusion: Make a Shift By Getting Rid of Blocks & Limitations

Subconscious blocks can be a significant barrier to manifesting what we want in life. However, by understanding how the subconscious mind works and using techniques to change the subconscious programming, we can remove these blocks and begin to attract what we really want.

It’s important to remember that we must be willing to do the inner work and get in tune with ourselves. When we’re ready to remove our subconscious blockages, we can take the first step towards healing and living a life of abundance.

If you are eager to remove your subconscious blocks, feel free to book a FREE Strategy Call now and learn more how we can help.

Frequently Asked Questions

Subconscious blockages can arise from a variety of sources. Past traumas, negative beliefs, unresolved emotions, childhood conditioning, and self-limiting thought patterns are common causes. Traumatic experiences that have not been fully processed, negative beliefs about oneself or the world, unexpressed emotions, conditioning from childhood or societal influences, and self-sabotaging thought patterns can create subconscious blockages.

Unblocking the subconscious mind can be a process that goes deep. Here are some general suggestions that may help in unblocking the subconscious mind:

  1. Self-awareness: Developing self-awareness is key to unblocking the subconscious mind. Pay attention to your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors, and observe any patterns or triggers that may indicate subconscious blockages. Mindfulness practices, meditation, journaling, or seeking feedback from trusted others can enhance self-awareness.

  2. Emotional processing: Unresolved emotions can create subconscious blockages. Allow yourself to fully experience and express your emotions in a healthy and safe manner. This may involve talking to a trusted friend or therapist, practicing self-compassion, or engaging in creative outlets like art or movement.

  3. Healing past traumas: Traumatic experiences can create subconscious blockages. Seek support to process and heal from past traumas through hypnotherapy, Havening or other trauma-focused modalities. This can help release the emotional burden and unblock the subconscious mind.

  4. Challenging negative beliefs: Negative beliefs about oneself or the world can create subconscious blockages. Challenge and reframe these beliefs through Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), positive affirmations, or working with a therapist to identify and change limiting beliefs.

  5. Mind-body practices: Engage in mind-body practices such as yoga, tai chi, or breathwork, which can help access and release subconscious blockages stored in the body. These practices can promote relaxation, self-awareness, and healing on a deeper level.

  6. Journaling and dream work: Keeping a journal and exploring your dreams can provide insights into your subconscious mind. Writing down your thoughts, dreams, and reflections can help uncover subconscious thoughts, emotions, and memories that may be contributing to blockages.

It’s important to remember that unblocking the subconscious mind is a gradual and ongoing process that requires patience, self-compassion, and sometimes the support of a qualified therapist or mental health professional. It’s essential to approach this process with gentleness and respect for your own unique journey and pace.

Subconscious processes refer to mental activities that occur below the level of conscious awareness but still influence thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.

Examples of subconscious things include automatic bodily functions such as breathing, heart rate, and digestion, which are regulated by the subconscious mind without conscious effort. 

Habitual behaviors like driving a familiar route or tying shoelaces are also often performed subconsciously.

Emotional responses, such as sudden fear or unease triggered by a subconscious memory or association, can occur without conscious intention.

Subconscious biases, attitudes, and beliefs formed through conditioning or societal influences can influence perception and decision-making

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