…Good news is you don’t need to.
I’m going to show you how you can redirect your unconscious focus once and for all, eliminating your fear. All automatically. More about that in a sec.
If things aren’t going your way and you just can’t seem to get into the ‘flow’ of life — fear is the culprit.
It doesn’t matter if you are aware of your fears or not, they are silently directing your trajectory. Pulling you out of the way of opportunities, in into the path of failure.
You give the mind a target, and it sets to work immediately creating or attracting that outcome. But here’s the rub: We consistently give it the ‘wrong’ targets! (you’ve got to program it using the right ‘language’).
If we say we want to avoid something, or if we don’t want something… we are speaking the wrong language to the mind.
The mind deals in pictures and ignores negatives. It doesn’t process words like, “don’t,” “avoid,” “not,” etc.
Why? Well, if you say something like, “I don’t want to have another bad relationship,” the mind has to make a picture of a bad relationship in order to make sense of that desire. And it’s that picture (of what a “bad relationship” looks like) that it uses as its goal to create or attract to you.
So, as you can see:
Starting to make sense? Most people I share this with have an “ah ha” moment right around this point.
When we experience a trauma, a lot of negative emotion gets injected into the situation.
And then something interesting happens. An error in our biological wiring perhaps…
We think we have to ‘watch out’ for situations that have hurt us in the past, so we can avoid them in the future.
As you’ve just learned, watching out for something (focusing) attracts or creates the very thing we want to avoid!
And to rub salt into the wound, the emotional intensity super-charges this unconscious decision and creates a fear…
One of my favorite books “Psycho-Cybernetics” by Dr. Maxwell Maltz, goes into the mechanics of how this works if you’re interested.
The main thing to note is that the emotion of fear is a powerful attractor of the object of those fears.
When you remove the fear, you eliminate the invisible attractor that has been derailing your life and keeping you from attaining what you want.
We can safely assume that every unconscious fear we have had a “good intention” behind it.
If you ever got too close to a hot stove as a kid, you learned pretty quick to keep a safe distance. But if the event was emotionally traumatic enough, you might have made a more extreme generalization, and created a fear that stays with you for life.
Your intention would have been something like, “I need to avoid this to keep safe.”
And as we’ve learned, the mind takes this emotionally charged sentence and makes it into a picture of the very thing you want to avoid…
… and creates it in your life!
Here’s how my traumatic experience stifled my life for almost 23 years. And it would have been forever if I hadn’t done the process I’m going to share with you (but I’m getting ahead of myself).