" Many of our emotional drivers remain unconscious, which is why chronic self-saboteurs will often use conscious justification (or what seem like excuses) to explain why they had to: Early learning - or should I say mis-learning - can create the habit of self-sabotage and 'things going right' may seem like a scary and foreign country.
If you feel you are prone to this sort of behaviour, then these tips may well help you (as long as you let them).
A helpful owl came to their rescue, first telling the rat to clamp its teeth onto its talons as the owl flew to safety and then returning for the shrew, who received similar instructions. Promise me you'll keep your mouth closed around my legs and on no account open it, or you'll fall to your fate! " said the mouse, who proceeded to clamp his mouth onto his feathered rescuer's landing gear. The owl was about to land on some high ground, but the mouse decided he wanted to alight some other place to get dry."Not there..." shouted the mouse, but those were the last words he ever spoke as he fell into the swirling waters below.
See Also: The Importance Of Examining Beliefs (opens in new tab) But once you learn how the subconscious works, you can then take action to reprogram your mind so that you can limit or overcome the effects of your negative beliefs and create new positive empowering beliefs to replace them.
A partner you can share a mutually fulfilling relationship with (a co-pilot) or someone that will take you on an unhealthy relationship journey dictated under their terms ( a driver)?
A ‘driver’ reflects your beliefs although you look for them to challenge them and love you, only for them to confirm your beliefs that you have no reason to be confident and aren’t valuable and worthwhile loving.
In this article, we are going to take an introductory look at the subconscious mind, and then, most importantly, how negative beliefs can actually cause you to sabotage your chances of achieving success and happiness.
So to begin with, lets first look at what the subconscious actually is.