June 3, 2021 6 minutes of reading
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In 2003, the CIA declassified a study to the public with the intention of analyzing and evaluating it called the “Gateway Process,” which revealed the possibility that our universe is a perceived hologram and that human consciousness is capable of traveling to other dimensions.
The researchers analyzed the pattern technique, which uses the intentions of consciousness to achieve goals in the physical, emotional, and intellectual realm. In essence, the technique is to use consciousness in a focused state to visualize a desired goal that you want to occur in your future, while aligning your emotions with the present moment to feel as if it has already been accomplished. As incredible as it may seem, the validity of this technique is demonstrated time and time again with case studies from around the world.
As a high performance based on goal achievement, you’ve probably programmed your subconscious mind to believe that your perceptions are aligned with the optimal way to function at your highest level. But if your perceptions stimulate anxiety, it’s not. When anxiety overwhelms you, it limits your ability to create and connect with confidence and clarity, which is essential to the long-term success of the employer.
Reduce anxiety and you can operate from a state of flux that gives you confidence and clarity. If you decide to change your perceptions in the next three areas and align them with your flow state, you will do exactly that.
1. Your perception of time
The sight of the massive impact you have on your heart will certainly stimulate the pressure on your mind. Therefore, time becomes more precious as almost every minute of the day before is analyzed from a perspective of performance, productivity and benefits. But a curious perception of time begins to unfold in his mind when he lives this way: he thinks he has no time, but acts as if it never ends.
This perception that you “don’t have time” causes impatience and impatience is a symptom of anxiety. Impatience will cause you to make mistakes in business operations, such as ignoring details and skipping steps in processes that could be vital to your success. At the same time, as you act as if your time never runs out, set aside the most important things to maintain a healthy work and family balance, such as your mental and physical health, maintaining meaningful connections with friends and family, or well-deserved ones. holidays.
This perception of time will make you believe that quick solutions to controlling anxiety are the best way to operate, indulging in the subconscious belief that you will always have to face it, rather than prioritizing time to find it. don’t do it. Make no mistake, I use breathing, attention, and meditation techniques as tools to reduce temporary anxiety. But when you understand awareness of the source of your anxiety, you can align these tools more accurately for optimal use.
In order to gain the patience needed to unlock your optimal work and family balance and business performance, you need to change your time perspective.
You have time, but it will inevitably end.
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2. Your perception of the desired result
When you overestimate the desired outcome and perceive it as linked to your emotional well-being and self-esteem, you are preparing for a state of fear and anxiety that will trigger patterns of self-sabotage.
Before reaching this awareness in my own thought process, I experienced self-sabotage repeatedly and with great intensity. I know the feeling of creepy pain when you realize that you have created the same result as before, falling short of the desired result while following the same pattern of behavior.
Self-sabotage is very difficult to catch while it is happening. It has its roots in your subconscious mind, which is certainly more powerful than your conscious mind, and is responsible for analyzing and recording your repetitive patterns of behavior and thinking as part of who you are.
The problem is that your subconscious does not distinguish whether your patterns serve you or limit you. But to your advantage, your conscious mind has the power to control your thoughts, emotions, and behavior.
When you set high expectations for achieving a lofty goal that you have never had, there is a dynamic between your conscious mind and the subconscious that you will need to succeed. At the same time, you need to be aware of letting go of past thinking and behavior patterns that may ultimately sabotage your success. But when you are overly tied to the desired outcome, you will struggle to be grounded in the present moment enough to be aware of this dynamic of success.
Instead, change your perception to work without emotional affect on the desired outcome.
This perception will provide you with the mental space needed to be in the present moment, changing your focus to optimally perform the actions and daily habits needed to achieve the desired result.
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3. Your perception of anxiety
Employers and society, in this case, often deal with anxiety. It is usually perceived as a burden that paralyzes you from showing yourself in your most authentic self and hinders the desired daily performance. The main cause of anxiety is, in very simple terminology, stimulated by the unknown.
If you perceive that your anxiety is a burden and a nuisance for your daily life, you will be reluctant to discover the real source of it, and instead look for quick solutions to manage it.
From my own experience of self-discovery and guiding many others who do the same, I have found that this problem is deeper than the sources of your anxiety that can be situational and circumstantial. It is the void of knowledge that needs to be filled.
When you can clearly define the characteristics of your true self (which can be created by becoming aware of your conscious intentions) and aligning them with daily habits, you will begin to act more authentically. Over time and consistently, your subconscious mind will begin to register your aligned habits as the new normal.
Once you have achieved this, your perception of anxiety will shift from a load to indicate that you are out of alignment. The feeling of anxiety will allow you to look inward to review the alignment of your thoughts and behaviors, open yourself to alternative truths, and seek the lessons of all your experiences.
You have the power to align your true and conscious intentions with the desired outcome and manifest it in reality at any time. It is your perceptions that prevent you from seeing this truth. If you have the courage to change your perceptions and align them with new habits, you can control your anxiety and thrive as an entrepreneur.
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