Life-changing Suggestions Utilising the Power of the Subconscious Mind

Before you start any life-changing attempts, it is imperative that you consider this question. Which is more powerful: The power of the subconscious mind or the conscious mind?

This is a question that is often asked and most often understood and overlooked.

Let me repeat that in another way: For you to start or get on the next step of your life-changing endeavors, which of the two is the most powerful, that you must take into consideration — the conscious or the subconscious mind?

The answer tends to often surprise and educate many people who either have not made any significant life-changing happenings and outcomes, or those who have not been able to even start their life-changing journey.

When they realize the difference in both minds, and what the difference could do to their lives, they get excited and energized with optimism; optimism in the realization that by understanding which of the two is the more powerful, they get back on the starting block to start again, this time correctly, to completely transform their life; to enjoy more life-changing situations and occasions.

Once you discover which of the two is the most powerful (the conscious or the subconscious mind), you then jump to the next step which is to ask yourself: Which is more empowering, being conscious or unconscious; in other words, being aware and mindful, or oblivious and unaware?

You see, so many people accept the presence of the subconscious mind that they do not understand or recognize what it signifies or indicates.

What is the Subconscious Mind?

To put it simply, the subconscious mind is the storehouse of all that is concealed and hidden; unfortunately, much of that which is concealed is unconscious negative programming and conditioning that we picked up in our early childhood — like a sponge — stored there in the form of precise memories.

That programming exerts massive power over our perception and attitudes towards ourselves, others, and the world. It is the lens in the way we perceive things; we view ourselves and the world with our subconscious mind and not our eyes.

“The reason man may become the master of his own destiny is because he has the power to influence his own subconscious mind.” Napoleon Hill

As most of the memories within the subconscious mind remain unseen, it has the facility to automatically and habitually influence our day-to-day daily choices; how we act and behave.

What is crucial to realize here is that the power of the subconscious mind can control our lives, and remove the individual free will choices, turning us into beings who run 95% — 98% on automatic.

The power of the subconscious mind renders it almost directing our entire lives, moment by moment.

That explains why so many of us find ourselves re-enacting and re-living self-sabotaging or self-destructive choices and/or behaviors on a regular basis. We function almost on self-destructive ‘autopilot’.

The shows that we are not actually at the wheel of our life.

This makes our life-changing efforts to live a life of our choosing very difficult.

The concealed and unconscious nature of the programming makes it difficult to access, uncover, eliminate and stop allowing it to run our lives.

It is the subconscious mind that hides and shelters our conditioning and programming that is responsible for our daily choices and behaviors; as well as for our health, wealth, relationships, career, and other areas of our lives.

We are supposed to be fully conscious beings, yet we’re not.

It is only when we are living in total consciousness that we can distinguish and separate programming that is self-enhancing or self-deteriorating, thus allowing us to make wise choices; choices that are enhancing ourselves.

It is only when you are completely awake and in control of your mind and your free will choices that you will be empowered and are in a powerful position to master your life.

If, instead, you choose to live a life of neglect or pure indifference, and you permit the negative unconscious programming and conditioning to direct and run your life then you, and you alone, will be responsible for the tragedy it creates. ; where you live a life that’s out of your control!

So, this brings me to this question:

Would you rather live a life where you are fully conscious and in control, or would you rather live a life that runs on automatic — out of your control?

Do you want to live a life on willpower, using the very limited power of your conscious mind, or would you prefer to regain your independence by exposing, eliminating, and erasing permanently all the unconscious programming and conditioning that’s living inside you?

“You can make your dreams come true. Just decide, then trust your subconscious mind to guide you there.” Anonymous

You may choose to exercise the clout of your willpower to overcome the unconscious programming that lays deep within you, within your subconscious mind.

But be warned…

Willpower is Overrated

Wouldn’t it be amazing if you had the willpower to do what you want to do? Wouldn’t it be great if you could push through any limitations and discomforts to get the outcome you are seeking?

Well, I believe that willpower is overrated.

I know that it’s a bold statement to make, although there may be some truth to it.

The reason why I believe willpower is overrated is that willpower is a conscious action requiring conscious effort.

Now here’s probably my biggest discovery:

Our thoughts at the unconscious level contain 95% (some sources say more) of our brain power, and those unconscious thoughts occur automatically.

What does this mean, and what does it have to do with willpower?

If you consciously want something, and that something is not in alignment with your subconscious mind, the inevitable winner will be your subconscious mind.

Realize this: Whenever there’s a conflict, your subconscious mind will always win. That’s the incredible power of the subconscious mind. It is literally supreme!

So for you to achieve any big goal, for you to achieve any life-changing outcomes, for you to make big and significant changes in your life, and for you to have the future that you choose and desire, you must learn to involve and control your unconscious thoughts.

Now that may be a big pill to swallow.

But it serves to remember that your conscious mind represents one-sixth of your brain’s thinking power, whereas your subconscious mind represents five-sixth of your brain’s thinking power.

This leads me to a vital question:

Which part of your brain is most important to control?

Which is more powerful, the one-sixth or the five-sixth?

So how would you get your subconscious mind to be in line with your conscious mind, your willpower, so you may achieve what you’re seeking; so you may achieve and enjoy in the long term all those life-changing happenings?

“Whatever we plant in our subconscious mind and nourish with repetition and emotion will one day become a reality.” Earl Nightingale

Well, I’m sure most of you like to stare out of the window, or into thin air and dream about the coming weekend, tomorrow’s dinner date, or the long-awaited vacation.

The way to get the power of the subconscious mind to be in line with your conscious mind (your conscious desires and choices) is through your imagination; through visualizing.

Use your imagination to dream and visualize all of the positive benefits you will gain by, say, losing ten pounds if that’s your life-changing goal. Or you visualize yourself living the wealthy and successful life that you desire.

You daily bombard your subconscious mind with those images so that your entire brain is working toward the same goal.

As you visualize yourself living your goal and enjoy every benefit of that goal, your entire brain will be working in the same direction, your entire brain will focus on your objective, virtually guaranteeing the accomplishment of that goal.

And the great thing is that it’s fun to daydream and visualize, isn’t it, especially when you involve your emotions and really feel what it’s like to lose that ten pounds, or to achieve the wealth and success goals that you so desire?

Daydream and visualize, feel the emotion, get really into it, have fun and enjoy it.

“Use the power of your conscious and subconscious mind to create a vibrational match for the abundance you desire and deserve.” Jack Canfield

Why does it work? The subconscious mind doesn’t know the difference between what you are visualizing and actual reality. So, bearing that in mind, who needs willpower?

Actually, the only willpower you will need is to commit yourself to sit down or lie down and have fun visualising.

I am sure you will find it easy to sit back or lie down for five to ten minutes a day to imagine your goal or dream fulfilled, right?

Are You Ready To Enjoy Life-changing Happenings in Your Life?

Are you ready to make positive changes in your life? Have you decided to stop being a couch potato and move positively ahead?

If you have, that’s great.

Have you done anything about it?

Many people decide to make changes in their lives, yet they don’t realize that nothing will change until they take action.

Sure it’s easy to sit back and dream and visualize the new lifestyle they desire, the goal they wish to achieve, but where most people get stuck is in the taking action part.

Look at it this way, when you want to build a house, where do you start? You find an appropriate piece of land, you buy it, you locate and hire an architect, design the house, go over the plan, and so on. You cannot conceive the idea of building a house and have it miraculously appear.

It’s the same when you want to design and build your new lifestyle.

Much like the house, you need to design exactly what your lifestyle will look like, you have to go over the plan by setting goals, long-term and short-term goals, and you have to take action to ensure it is built to completion.

Unfortunately, most people want to change their lives yet do nothing about it. They become expert complainers and they wonder why they remain stuck.

When you are ready to take action, you may face some mental blocks, such as: you feel you don’t deserve that lifestyle, you’re not worthy of that dream car or home. That’s fine. You’ve identified some of your blocks to taking action, now you work on reducing or eliminating these blocks.

How do you do that?

You call your architect, your subconscious mind, and come up with a plan.

“It is a psychological law that whatever we desire to accomplish we must impress upon the subjective or subconscious mind.” Orson Swett Marden

You make full use of the power of your subconscious mind to assist you in your life-changing aspirations.

This will take some deep deliberation, which you may spread over a few days.

When you think about making positive changes, what are your thoughts and feelings about that? Do you feel a sense of unworthiness?

To help you out, try this. Write down these sentences and finish them off:

“I feel unworthy because…”

“I am scared because…”

“I’m all right where I am, I feel safer that way because…”

Come up with any thoughts or feelings that surface. No editing. Allow all your thoughts and feelings to flow freely, and write them all down.

Once you have a full list of blocks, work down your list. Choose one block every day and take a specific action, one that is the opposite of your block, until you feel that the thought or feeling has been reduced or no longer holds you back.

If a certain block does not clear in one day, keep at it until it has no power over you. When done, move on to the next block.

Stepping up to upgrade your lifestyle does require effort, and the more committed you are the more you will enjoy that new life.

Every day choose the actions that will bring about what you want to create.

The great news is that once you begin the process, it will get easier for you to choose the appropriate action that will work against your block. Take your time; identify the block and take counter-action and be free of it for good.

Deliberate Thought: The Foundation of Life-changing Manifestation

The Law of Attraction is about the power of your thoughts, and your beliefs, over fate. Having said that, it is in direct conflict with what we, as adults, have been told or taught since childhood.

In our early years as we grew up, we were told that for us to get anywhere in life we have to work hard, very hard; we have to struggle, and if we do manage to get anywhere it’s only a matter of chance, pot luck.

That’s no longer true.

Nowadays, we know more about the brain and how the mind works.

We now know that we can achieve the wealth and success that we are after without the need for very hard work or struggle or luck on our side.

Success can be achieved through the power of our thoughts, and our beliefs; through the power of the subconscious mind.

You can become the best at what you do by truly believing that you are the best. Once you believe you are the best event manager, you will become one. Once you believe you are an amazing IT trainer you will become one.

“Once the subconscious mind accepts and idea, it begins to execute it.” Joseph Murphy

The key word in the Law of Attraction is expectation.

When you want something to happen in your life it is imperative that you believe it’s on its way to you; have faith that it’s ‘just around the corner’. By expecting the thing to happen, you will raise your energy level, and your vibration, which will attract that thing to you.

The more you believe and expect, the sooner what you desire will materialize.

How sooner?

The answer to that depends on the strength of your beliefs and expectation.

Rather than focusing on wanting to be a successful presenter, focus all your energy and efforts, all your imagination and visualization energies, on being a successful presenter. When you believe and expect success, when you picture having success instead of wanting success, you will be successful.

The Law of Attraction is a four-step process: Ask, Action, Believe and Receive.

The Law of Attraction starts when you ask the Universe to give you what you want: to have more meaningful relationships, to be a big success in your line of work, to be wealthy, and to lose weight.

Your next step is to take action on any inspiring thoughts that you get. This step is grossly overlooked. Many expect the Law of Attraction to make things happen for them while they are sitting on a couch with the remote control in their hand.

That’s not the case.

Action is a prerequisite for making the Law of Attraction work.

The third step is to believe, to expect, that the thing you asked for will manifest. Believe it’s on its way to you. Expect it. If you don’t believe you are worthy of it and you don’t expect it, you send this message out to the Universe.

The Universe will not make it happen for you.

It’s absolutely crucial that you strongly believe and definitely expect to get or become what you have asked.

The Universe responds to those beliefs and expectations.

Having a hard time believing and expecting?

Use affirmations, intentions, or ‘what would it take’ statements, and visualize yourself having attained what you are after.

Affirmations such as:

“It feels so good attracting and earning the amount of money I choose.”

“I now choose to expect an abundance of money.”

“Everything that’s blocking me from keeping my body weight at …. pounds I uncreate.”

Intentions such as:

“I intend my financial abundance to provide greater and greater levels of security, freedom, ease, and elegance.”

“I intend to keep my body weight at the range of … pounds with ease and elegance.”

“I intend to own and live in a wonderful luxury home in a wonderful luxury area that fills my family and me with peace, joy, harmony, happiness, love, and safety, with elegance and ease.”

What would it take statements such as:

“What would it take for me to live my dream life with ease?

“What would it take for me to have an additional $5,000 fairly quickly?

“What would it take for me to choose and do what’s needed to take a two-week vacation in November 2022?”

And visualize.

Do that as often as you can throughout the day, every day.

While you are doing the above, as negative or limiting beliefs crop up, switch them to positive beliefs by using the methods above, or you can use another very powerful technique which is exaggerating the negative belief so much out of proportion your mind will not make it happen, it will see it as ‘silly’.

An example I use: When I have a thought of my wife having a car accident, I immediately exaggerate the thought by converting the cars into Transformers and imagine them in a boxing ring fighting it out.

The subconscious mind will see it as something different and ridiculous and so will the accident that I thought of a visualized for a brief second will not materialize. You could do the same with any thought or limiting belief that shows up.

“Your subconscious mind makes all your words and actions fit a pattern consistent with your self-concept and your innermost beliefs about yourself.” Brian Tracy

The last step is to be ready and open to receive. Be willing to accept and receive. By the way, that which you desire may come to you from a totally unexpected source.

Keep a close eye on your thoughts as much as you can.

Keep sending signals of belief and expectation, be open to receiving, and you can speed up the manifestation of what you have asked for.

It all lies in the power of your thoughts, accompanied and propelled by the power of your subconscious.

Asking, taking action, believing and expecting, and receiving, are all initiated from thought.

Deliberate thought is the foundation of manifestation.

Change Your Unwanted Habits

On your life-changing journey, you will undoubtedly find un-resourceful habits; habits that stand in the way of you achieving your desired outcome.

As human beings, we are creatures of habit. It is well documented that we live a habitual life.

We think the same way and do things in the same way and in the same order day in and day out. We brush our teeth in the same way, we drink the same drink, we eat the same food, we take the same route to work, we sit in the same chair and we watch the same TV programs.

Now, what about the other habits, those that tell people who we are and what we are like, habits such as: biting our nails when we’re nervous, having two or more cups of coffee to calm us down before an important board meeting, or feeling withdrawn at social events, hiding in a corner, or feeling reserved and quiet in departmental meetings.

Yes, we are creatures of habit, and we’ll stay that way, honoring our habits, the good and the bad or the unwanted, until we decide we had enough and we want to have more of the good and supportive habits.

The question is: Can you change your bad or unwanted habits?

Sure you can.

You can change any habit that you want.

Is it easy?

Not necessarily, although that depends on the habit in question.

“In your hands will be placed the exact results of your thoughts; you will receive that which you earn, no more, no less. Whatever your present environment may be, you will fail, remain, or rise with your thoughts, your wisdom, desire, as great as your dominant aspiration.” — James Allen

So how do you go about changing an unwanted, unsupportive habit?

If there’s a habit that’s not allowing you to improve in your life right now, what would that habit be?

What habit do you wish you didn’t have or one that you want to be rid of right now?

Choose one.

Getting started on the new habit and sticking with it for numerous weeks, or for life, is probably the hard part, and the first step is the hardest.

You might feel it’s too scary, too much of a big step to, say, give up smoking for the rest of your life, especially if you’ve been smoking most of your life. Or you might think moving from being inactive to exercising three days a week for the rest of your life is so overwhelming it’s frightening.

It’s off-putting, so much so that you won’t even get started, let alone sticking with it. And the more you think about the lifelong change, the scarier it gets and the more likely you will not stick to it.

There’s a great solution to hand.

There’s a great way to start and develop a new habit.

You can use this method on any new habit that you want to adopt. Rather than thinking of the habit change as something permanent, why not think of it as something temporary, just for the short term?

This sounds less daunting, doesn’t it?

What if you say you’ll quit smoking for just 3 days, or you’ll go for a brisk walk every day for only 3 days, or you’ll read a self-improvement book for 3 days?

Decide to do your chosen new habit for no more than 3 days and at the end of that timeframe see how you feel. This way, the task will not seem so scary. Sure it will require some discipline on your part, but it won’t seem as demoralizing as changing a habit for life.

After all, it’s only for 3 days. You can handle 3 days.

At your own pace, you build on these 3 days. The next step is to not smoke for 4 days, take a brisk walk or read a self-improvement book for 4 days, and so on. Slowly and gradually you build up to 30 days. Remember to do this at your realistic pace.

The great thing about this method is after 30 days of not smoking or taking a brisk walk or reading you won’t feel like going back to your old habit. You will see and enjoy the benefits the new habit has brought into your life that you won’t want to go back to your old ways.

Utilize some of the techniques we spoke about above (affirmations, intentions, ‘what would it take’, and imagination). Incorporate them, and when you have surpassed the 30 days, continue with the techniques for a little while longer to completely rewire your subconscious mind into having these new habits as concrete.

This method is life-changing.

“Whatever you hold in your mind on a consistent basis is exactly what you will experience in your life.” — Tony Robbins

Once you have successfully gone through 30 days, do you think you can do it again for another 30 days? Sure you can. Chances are at the end of the 30 days you will be so excited you would want to continue into another 30 days, then the next 30, and the next until the old habit has been replaced with a new habit.

Have a go at this 30-day method of getting rid of your unwanted habits. Commit yourself to building up to 30 days straight. Should you miss a day, no big deal. You’re human after all. Just smile, acknowledge that you were successful for so many days, reward yourself in some way, and start at day 1 again to go through the process for 30 days.

The next 30 days could be the beginning of a life that’s full of life-changing, self-enhancing, supportive habits, a life full of growth and enjoyment.

Start today.

Come up with a habit you want to change and commit to it for the next 3 days, and gradually build up to 30 days, and see and feel the wondrous effects it will have on you.

Go ahead and change your life one habit at a time. Enjoy the rewards. Enjoy your life.

Now, let’s take these life-changing suggestions another notch.

What if You Had One Hour to Change Your Life Forever?

You can change your life in one hour a day.

We all know that we have to set goals so that we may live our dream life. Yet, somewhere between striving to achieve our goals and living our current life, our goals seem to end up on the shelf, gradually collecting dust until they are forgotten.

The typical routine of our daily lives take over: working long hours at the office, and, worse yet, bringing work home, then we help our children with their homework, we spend time with our spouse, and visiting friends.

It’s no wonder our goals remain on the sideline.

We become far too busy treading the water of life to spend any time working on improving our lives by working on our goals.

“You have powers you never dreamed of. You can do things you never thought you could do. There are no limitations in what you can do except the limitations of your own mind.” — Darwin P. Kingsley

The challenge you may face in wanting to improve your life is not only tackling the limiting and negative beliefs and habits that you currently have but the challenge of being able to schedule any time to work on your goals.

You need to work on reducing or eliminating those negative beliefs and habits and have the time to consistently take action on your actual life goals.

In other words, you want to change, you have made that decision to do so and you lined up the self-improvement programs that you want to follow, and you set your life-changing goals, yet life holds up its ugly hand and prevents you from taking any consistent action.

Your daily life takes over; it halts any progression.

Not only that, life may halt you altogether.

The desire to change and improve your life will be in direct conflict with the other important aspects of your life: your family, your personal needs, and your work.

Most of your time and energy is spent on staying alive: working hard to make ends meet, paying the bills, and nurturing family relationships. That leaves you very little time to focus on your goals.

And even when you do have the time, you may find yourself too tired or unmotivated to take any action. Staying alive, yet again, has postponed any chances of you improving your life.

This staying alive-ness has the terrible knack, the incredible capacity to stop your dreams from ever happening; it can bury your dreams.

There is a way around this.

If your desire to change your life is greater than the need to continue simply staying alive, you will need to sacrifice some of your time.

The sacrifice is truly worth it if you genuinely want an enhanced lifestyle.

If you truly want to start your own business, move to a larger home, own a luxury car, lose weight, whatever your life-changing goal is, rather than having the ‘staying alive life’ dictating how you spend your time, burying one dream after the next, you will need to come up with a plan that can allow you to own your time.

It is essential that you control time and do not allow time to control you.

How can you do that?


Wake up an hour earlier before anyone else.

Be prepared to review your life-changing goals and take action.

Use the power of the subconscious mind. Have it on your side. Have it be your most powerful ally.

“Our subconscious minds have no sense of humor, play no jokes and cannot tell the difference between reality and an imagined thought or image. What we continually think about eventually will manifest in our lives.” Robert Collier

Start by spending 30 minutes meditating, visualizing, and affirming and/or intending your life-changing goals. Then spend the remaining 30 minutes taking specific productive actions towards your goals.

It might be difficult at first to wake up an hour earlier, but as your life-changing desire to succeed prevails over any feelings of no motivation, lack of eagerness or laziness, your enthusiasm to succeed will eventually overshadow your need for sleep.

A clear message will be sent and accepted by your subconscious mind that you fully intend to wake up every morning earlier, at a specified time, and by using the power of the subconscious kind, you will find it become a habit that you naturally wake up at that specified time without the use of an alarm.

This will gradually gain momentum, and you will find pleasure in waking up early as you will become aware of all the life-changing progress that you are making.

In time, the situations in life will be parallel with your goals.

If you find yourself in a predicament where you are too busy ‘staying alive’, struggling to get ahead in life, you will undoubtedly find waking up one hour earlier every day, including weekends, a massive step toward creating the life you want and living the life of your dreams.

Make that decision to wake up one hour earlier.

You’ll be pleasantly surprised what you could do when you wake up motivated, and highly charged to change the direction of your life.

It all starts with one hour a day.

There’s just one more thing I would like to share with you today; something I touched upon earlier, and that’s limiting beliefs.

Change Your Limiting Beliefs by Changing Your Thoughts

Changing limiting beliefs? Is it important to identify, analyze and change your limiting beliefs?

In fact, does it matter what you believe?

Does it matter what your beliefs are in your financial area, your career or business, your relationships, or what your health and fitness beliefs are?

The answer is a definite, unequivocal yes!

Your beliefs, which reside in your subconscious mind, have power over the way you live your life; they influence and shape your life, your financial life, your business, your relationships, and your health.

In fact, the way you are living your life now is directed and shaped by the core, fundamental beliefs that you are holding.

Surprised that they reside in your subconscious mind? No? I didn’t think so.

“The subconscious mind is actively maneuvering in the background to select the activities that will move you closest to the reality that is most consistent with your deeper self-concept. So to achieve wealth, power, fame, romance or peace, you must engage in the powerful task of shifting your subconscious.” — Kevin Michel

The power of the subconscious mind is multiplied a gazillion-fold due to the core beliefs that reside there; the positive as well as the limiting core beliefs.

Sadly, it is crucial to realize that most of your core beliefs are sabotaging you from greatness, from achieving most of your desires. And what’s most important is that those beliefs are mostly not based on facts or reality.

They are not based on truth.

They are beliefs that you gained as you progressed through life.

You sucked in beliefs like a sponge, particularly when you were a child; from your parents, friends, teachers, books, movies, and so on. And those beliefs are now the way you perceive and understand the world, your world.

You tend to make your daily decisions based upon those beliefs; those beliefs that were not necessarily yours in the first place.

Some of those beliefs may be helpful, while others may be unfavorable and damaging.

One of the most common beliefs is, “I am not good enough.” Many people have been told that statement when they were young; by their parents, teachers or teased by their friends.

This belief, that you heard many times when you were young, has the power and potential of keeping you stuck where you are. Whatever you attempt to do, you will probably fail, simply because you have this belief that “you are not good enough.”

As if that were true. That belief is utter rubbish. It isn’t true.

If you couldn’t draw a cat or a dog when you were a child and you were told you’re not good enough, what on earth has that got to do with you running your own business at the age of 35?

In theory, nothing.

But you held on to that belief and you believed you are not good enough even to have and run your own business. This belief unconsciously holds you back from having that successful business.

That’s what I mean by limiting beliefs are lies.

Certainly, a very high percentage of them are, and yet they govern our lives, as in the example I have just mentioned.

The limiting belief of “I am not good enough” must be eliminated from your subconscious mind and must be replaced with a self-enhancing belief, so you may move forward and become the successful business owner that is within your right to be.

Change your limiting beliefs by changing your thoughts.

That’s where a better life starts.

“Our thoughts are mainly controlled by our subconscious, which is largely formed before the age of 6, and you cannot change the subconscious mind by just thinking about it. That’s why the power of positive thinking will not work for most people. The subconscious mind is like a tape player. Until you change the tape, it will not change.” — Bruce Lipton

How to Eliminate Limiting Beliefs

I learned this method from Christie Marie Sheldon.

Sit or lie down in a quiet comfortable place, a place where you won’t be disturbed by anything and anyone. Take in 3 deep breaths, in through your nose and out through your mouth, while repeating the words, “Relax, relax now.”

Once you are relaxed, you can repeat statements like these:

“Everywhere I think I am not good enough, I delete, destroy and uncreate all of that.”

“Everywhere I’m not clever or smart enough, I delete, destroy and uncreate it all.”

“Everywhere I don’t think I can go forward and trust that I’m making a good decision, I delete, destroy and uncreate all of that.”

“Everywhere I think that I can’t do it, I delete, destroy and uncreate all of that.”

“Everywhere I think that I won’t be able to handle it, I delete, destroy and uncreate all of that, times a gazillion.”

Here’s a template you could use:

“Everywhere I think I …, I delete, destroy and uncreate all of that, times a gazillion.”

“Everywhere I feel I … , I delete, destroy and uncreate all of that, times a gazillion.”

“Everywhere I’m not … , I delete, destroy and uncreate all of that, times a gazillion.”

“Everywhere I … , I delete, destroy and uncreate all of that (times a gazillion).”

I think you get the idea. Play around this statement until you feel comfortable repeating it 30–50 or more times a day until you feel the limiting belief has been dramatically reduced or eliminated.

Now you replace it with something positive and self-enhancing:

“I consciously choose to BELIEVE and trust that I am good enough, that I am smart enough, no matter what.”

Again, a template you can play around with:

“I consciously choose to BELIEVE and trust that … , no matter what.”

There you have some powerful life-changing suggestions where you make full use of the power of the subconscious mind to take you to the next level of your transformation journey.

I hope you found it valuable.

“The person with a fixed goal, a clear picture of his desire, or an ideal always before him, causes it, through repetition, to be buried deeply in his subconscious mind and is thus enabled, thanks to its generative and sustaining power, to realize his goal in a minimum of time and with a minimum of physical effort. Just pursue the thought unceasingly. Step by step you will achieve realization, for all your faculties and powers become directed to that end.” — Claude M. Bristol