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Posts Tagged ‘subconscious fears and defenses’

Warning About Decision-making: The Misconception of Choice

Monday, May 16th, 2016
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The power of choice is sometimes yours, and sometimes not. The erroneous belief that you’re in absolute conscious control of your fate is as outlandish as believing you will live forever.

I’m all for inspiration—I generate inspiration every day—but put aside the rhetoric spewed by motivational speakers for a moment and consider that there are two key forces that rule your life: the power of your subconscious mind, and your personal fate—the things in your life you can’t change.

Making the right decisions in life won’t give you everything you’ve ever dreamed of, unless it’s part of your fate, because that isn’t the way things go in the real world.

You don’t need me to prove my assertions about predestination to know that there are times in your life that your faith is unexpectedly tested, you can’t control what other people do or say, and rejection and other unavoidable happenings are completely beyond your control.

A fascinating study in Psychological Science suggests “..the conscious experience of choice may be constructed after we act — even when it feels like it is the cause of our behavior.” In other words, your subconscious mind may have a lot more influence on your decision-making that you may realize.

Your subconscious fears and defenses may not be a problem for you at all. Unfortunately, until you know someone well—whether in business or your personal life—his hidden red flag personality traits could pose a serious threat. Wise decision-making includes thoroughly vetting those you allow into your life and I recommend multiple forms of scrutiny, including my unorthodox security investigations.

Copyright © 2016 Scott Petullo

How to Identify Hidden Limiting Beliefs

Monday, June 22nd, 2015
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I embrace the philosophy of personal fate, yet I also believe in free will. Exercise your free will in identifying hidden, limiting beliefs to make the most of your life.

Have you ever had the sneaking suspicion that you’re working against your own desires and goals? Of course, it’s not your conscious mind that is the culprit—you wouldn’t purposely doom your success. But don’t sell your unconscious mind short.

It behooves you to understand the potent force known as the subconscious mind, and how repeating seemingly innocuous phrases such as “I’m so unlucky” can limit your success.

There’s a growing awareness that the subconscious mind guides and even overpowers your behavior.

Many people routinely take a step backward (or worse) after two steps forward, undermining their financial prosperity, for example. A person may be predestined to be moderately wealthy, but unfortunately their subconscious blocks about money force them into the lower end of the moderately wealthy category.

Consider these examples of how people sabotage themselves through hidden, limiting beliefs:

  1. A business owner with hidden resentment toward the wealthy hires a commission salesperson that isn’t motivated by money. The signs are obvious during the interview that creative expression is her main motivation and she doesn’t care about money, even though the business needs someone who is motivated by money in order to be more profitable. The business owner’s subconscious belief that the wealthy are loathsome dictates his business remains barely profitable.
  2. She’s well liked and very talented, but her excessive, hidden sense of martyrdom keeps her in an “all for you, none for me” mode, restricting her success.
  3. A man’s “With my luck when my ship comes in I’ll be at the airport” t-shirt amuses his buddies to no end because he has a history of financial misfortune. Alas, he fully believes he has bad money luck, which, in turn, creates more of the same.

Although not necessarily beliefs, hidden fears and defenses such as any of the following in excess can also trip you up: victim mentality; acquisitiveness; recklessness; lack of control; restlessness; perfectionism; confusion of interest; fear of failure; evasiveness; conflict avoidance; impulsiveness; and many more.

All of the above-mentioned personality traits in the extreme are readily identifiable through handwriting analysis and my unconventional security investigations.

To maximize your good fortune, within the framework of your personal fate, getting to know the characteristics of your subconscious mind is a good first step. Simply uncovering limiting beliefs can be life changing. Try daily mantras like “I’m so grateful I uncover hidden beliefs that are holding me back” to help yourself along the path to success.

Copyright © 2015 Scott Petullo