Subconscious Mind


by Kerry Madgwick as published on Watchfit

What you believe and perceive you will create – “As a man thinks so is he” this will be your experience whether it is good or bad.  Earl Nightingale said “You become what you think of most of the time”.  It may not be the truth but it will be you reality.

If your thoughts are negative you will always focus on the negative, finding problems instead of looking for solutions and the negative thoughts affect how you see the world and your assumptions about what is happening to you.  This creates a “victim” mentality as you always think things are happening to you.  When your thoughts are positive, you will always focus on what is going right, you take control of your thoughts which is empowering.  You create how you think and feel.  This is very simple, it may not be easy and it may require some work and commitment but I promise you it is worth it.  Try this quick and simple experiment : say “I am sad” out loud 5 times and then say “I am happy” out loud 5 times, just trust me and try this out and see how you feel, do you understand why what you say and think matters?

The most important decision you will ever make if whether or not we believe this universe is friendly or hostile – Albert Einstein

The thoughts you have about your life, your world, become your reality – physical changes happen due to what is happening in your mind – I am not saying that you can sit back and just think about it and not take action, but your thoughts and your beliefs create the environment to enable you to take inspired action to achieve your dreams.  Your sub-conscious affects your assumptions about the world and what you can and cannot do and this has been “programmed” throughout your life.

For example: if you keep telling yourself that you are sick and tired, you will always be sick and tired.   One of the most exciting things I discovered is that a belief is just a thought that you think over and over and over again – it is not necessarily true; it is just something that is formed via repetition and we can simply change our beliefs which I think is very exciting!!  Our brains are very efficient computers and they assess and filter information, and then either accept or reject this information based on our previous experiences.  Once the information is accepted it becomes a belief and then once it becomes a belief it is stored the same way a computer stores a programme.

Did you ever believe something as a child and then grew up to find it wasn’t true.  We were told things like if you pulled a funny face and the wind changed your face would stay that way ……now I know this is a funny belief and possibly something you may of questioned, but when we are told things repeatedly by people who are older than us, people we see as being in a position of authority who we think know better than us and when we don’t have anything to compare this to, we believe what we are told.  Most of us are “given” beliefs about relationships, health, ageing, money, careers etc that we never question and yet they have no basis in truth.

Take a close look at the beliefs you hold in all areas of your life, things like you have to work hard to get anywhere, Dr’s are always right, rich people aren’t happy, money is evil, we get sicker as we get older.  When I sat down and went through all the things I believed, I was amazed at how many beliefs I had that were not serving me and when I really questioned and explored these beliefs I was able to let them go and felt a sense of relief and freedom that I had not had before.

Think about the beliefs you have about your health, do you believe it is possible to have optimal health?  As Henry Ford said “if you think you can, or you think you can’t you are right”.  I like to get people to take action, you can read and read and read, learn everything there is to know but unless you take action nothing will ever change.  So here we go:

Write down at least 5 beliefs that you have right now.  If you have more than 5 keep you can do this in stages, the more you can work on and change the better but I don’t want this to be overwhelming so lets’ start with five.  As you write them down they may seem very solid or they may start to seem slightly silly when you write them down or say them out loud that’s OK, just write them down.

  1. Next read each belief out loud and ask yourself these questions:
  2. Is this really true?
  3. How do I know it is true?
  4. Is this belief serving me?
  5. Do I have proof that this is true?

If not, let it go.  Feel the sense of relief and the opening for you to form a new belief, a healthier belief that serves you?

Remember beliefs are your choice, are they serving you?  Are they stopping you form achieving your goals or dreams?   We do not need to change beliefs that serve us, for example if you believe you can heal yourself you can, this is a positive belief, it gives you the power and responsibility and will serve you when you are ill, if you believe that money is good, this is a great belief to have money is good it enables you to live the life you want, enables you go on holiday to relax and recharge and enables you to give back and help others when you have more money.

I know that you may have some beliefs that are not serving you and don’t seem as easy to change and this is where I use techniques such as Theta Healing® to change these to make sure they are serving us positively rather than negatively.

What would your life be like , without self limiting beliefs?   To change your life you need to change your mind!

Your personality, how you THINK,  ACT and FEEL  = Your Personal Reality!

What would your life be like without these thoughts

  • I need more money
  • Life is hard
  • I’m Not Good Enough
  • I’m not Open To Receiving 
  • I am not loveable
  • I have to suffer

These are just a sample of thoughts and beliefs that are running through your mind over and over again as long as they persist it is hard to change the way you THINK, ACT and FEEL!

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Revitalise Your Morning Routine

Revitalise Your Morning Routine

The way you start your morning impacts the quality of your day. If you start out feeling stressed and anxious rather than rejuvenated, it may be a sign that you need to update your morning routine. Finding a routine that works for you can provide the boost you need to conquer the day ahead.

Follow these quick tips to make the most out of your mornings:

Eat a Healthy Breakfast

What you eat for breakfast is essential to a healthy morning routine. For a perfectly balanced and delicious breakfast on-the-go, have a green smoothies with added Protein Plus or SLM Protein Powder.   When you skip breakfast, your body reacts by conserving energy and slowing down your metabolism which  equals less energy throughout the day. If you start the day with cereal and milk you are getting a direct hit of sugar which also equals less energy – start the day with protein and this ensures sustained energy release throughout the morning.

Start the Day with Exercise

You don’t have to go for a 5-mile run every morning to boost your energy levels, you can start the morning with 20 minutes of yoga or take a quick walk around your neighbourhood  to re-energize your body when you wake after a good night’s sleep-, rev up with ProArgi-9+ or e9.  Yoga is beneficial as not only does it get your heart rate up, it also improves your flexibility, posture, balance, muscle tone, and endurance – find a 10 – 15 minute yoga routine that works for you.

Read or Write

Before the busy rush of your day begins, sit down for a few minutes and write your thoughts and goals in a journal, this can help unload some of your stresses and ease your mind. Writing for just 10 minutes in the morning can help you focus on yourself, create self-awareness, and give you the opportunity to think about what you want out of your day.

If you don’t feel like writing, or listen to a Self Development book – DO NOT start the day with the news.   Immerse yourself in the words of others and enjoy this peaceful time alone to jump-start your brain before you start your day.

Follow a Schedule

Following a morning schedule helps you stay calm, organized and focused.  Start your day with a quick 10 minute yoga routine, take a shower and get dressed and then follow that with a healthy breakfast.  The important thing about a routine isn’t always the order in which you do things, but just that you have a schedule in the morning to start the day with productive habits.

I call this my hour of positivity and I do 20 mins of exercise, 20 mins meditation and 20 mins journaling or reading and then have my Green Protein Smoothie and I am ready to start my day in a positive way.

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When Does Healthy Eating Become a Habit_Implementing changes can be challenging and the problem and the solution are the same for any challenge or change we need to make, whether this is work related, diet related etc etc.

Whenever I get my clients to make changes I am reminded about the whole idea of trying to change too many things at once, becoming overwhelmed and failing to implement any changes.  Most people know what to do in order to eat healthily but often they don’t implement the changes as they don’t have any accountability and so it never becomes a habit, we are all guilty at one time or another of thinking we will do it “tomorrow” and we all know what tomorrow never comes.

So to create habits and long term success, we need to avoid being overwhelmed as when this happens 9 times out of 10 we give up as it becomes too difficult or you start failing on changing one things and think “oh well it doesn’t matter, if I can’t get that one thing right why bother with the rest” – does this sound familiar?
Healthy eating is not about strict limitations or depriving yourself, it’s about feeling great, having more energy, improving your mood and having a great outlook. Once you learn how to create a tasty, varied and healthy diet and make small changes over time, these will all add up and healthy eating will become a habit.  I also find that once my clients have more energy, a better mood, have more confidence and feel great this motivates then to continue healthy eating and to make it a habit as the incentive is there to feel this way all the time

Set yourself up for success

To set yourself up for success, think of making a number of small, manageable steps, this can be adding a salad to your diet once a day, increasing your water intake to an extra glass of water every day for a week and then increasing that to two glasses in week two. As your small changes become habit, you can continue to add more healthy choices, make one change every month and after a year you will have acquired 12 healthy habits.

Why do we struggle?

In order to be successful with making changing it is important to understand why we struggle and to avoid these pitfalls.  Most of us try to implement these habits alone and if you end up stumbling because of one slip up, there is no one to support you and cheer you on and then you may end failing as we tell ourselves, that it is too hard and talk ourselves out of it, we convince ourselves that it was never going to work so we can justify our actions and feel better about it – it’s human nature we have all done this possibly many times over.  I know I have!

So how can you make changes successfully?

Find your “cheerleaders”

I tell my clients this all the time…….. find a support network, these are the people who will support you, the ones who will offer to share a piece of cake with you, if you really, really want it.  Sadly, most often the people who are the closest to you are not the people who will be your cheerleaders it is not that they want us to fail, but if we are successful at making changes it means they may have to look at their habits and lifestyle and make changes and that may be uncomfortable for them.

Moderation is the Key

Healthy eating doesn’t have to be all or nothing, it is about balance, you should feel satisfied at the end of a meal, and you should have energy, no cravings and not feel stuffed.

You don’t have to be perfect, but you do have to take action and start!  Small steps and changes will help you enjoy having a healthy diet and will make a difference to the way you think and feel and this is when eating healthy becomes a habit.

If you need help getting started or you are looking for a cheerleader connect with me by clicking here, and finding out how I can help you and get you started on your journey to making health a habit.