It was a beautiful September morning and I had just entered the office and began going through the emails. Out of my peripheral vision my mind registered someone coming through the office door. This was not an uncommon occurrence as I was used to several people coming in and out of the office on a daily basis. What was different on this day was that these “somebodies” were six fully-armed deputies of the local county sheriff’s department, pointing pistols at my head and demanding that I back away from my computer.
In that moment I experienced a rather interesting reaction to this situation; I laughed. I calmly backed away from the computer and in a rather dumbfounded way, asked six surly-looking law-enforcement officers with guns pointed at me, if this was a joke. Thirty seconds later, my employee and I were standing in hand cuffs outside my office listening to the sounds of a battering ram breaking into the front door of my adjacent residence. My response to my young employee was: “Well, this is not a typical morning.”
To make a very long story short, I had rented a room and some studio space to another young man who, as it turns out, had gotten wrapped up in “criminal activity”. After the first 5 minutes of the raid on my property, my employee and I spent the rest of the day hanging out in my office as eleven FBI agents, interviewed me and thoroughly went through my home, office, my studio and computers. By the day’s end I no longer had a renter for my extra room, but I had a very interesting new story to tell, and of course some strong new memories.
What I noticed in the next few days, as I recounted the story to family and friends, was the varying reactions that people had to the story. (How did you react to this story?) Some were horrified, others were angry, many were shocked, and one person began crying as I was telling the story. I was mystified that I was seemingly not fazed by my day with the Feds; and many friends and family asked: “Were you scared?”; “Why are you not more upset?”…”You must still be in shock”. But I wasn’t… it wasn’t terrifying or scary; I actually felt like I had just got back from a cool field trip.
This event happened several years before I found FEFT, and before I started studying the subconscious mind and coming to understand how childhood memories are providing the references for our reactions in our present day-to-day lives. I believe that this event provides many great examples of how the subconscious is running the show. When reflecting now, on those first few minutes of the raid, it is clear to see that my subconscious did not have a negative reference for being surprised at gun-point, and therefore I did not go into “fight-or-flight”. I believe that my subconscious was referencing surprise birthday parties, and other fun surprises (practical jokes) in my past, and therefore did not really see this event as a real danger. The subconscious is constantly looking to previous references to know how to respond or react to situations in our lives. We cannot feel anything (positive or negative) unless we have a reference for it in the past. I can only feel frightened by a situation if I have a reference for it somewhere in my past. In the moment of the raid, the only thing that my subconscious was referring to was surprise parties and practical jokes.
Looking at how my family and friends reacted to news of this event also illustrates this point. They were all reacting to this story through their own references. Some felt, angry or terrorized, or betrayed, or shocked. They were “seeing” or hearing this story through their own unique lenses of all their past memories. Their memories provided their subconscious minds a reaction, or way to feel, about the story.
While this event may seem extraordinary, it really isn’t any different than any other event or story in our lives. In each and every moment the subconscious is referring to the stored references and proofs that we have, in the form of childhood memories. It then prompts the brain to trigger the organs to produce chemicals, which create feelings, sensations and emotions. These feelings and sensations prompt urges, impulses and reactions. It is how we react in every situation of our lives. So, if we want to change the way we are reacting or feeling in our present day lives, we must change up what the subconscious is referring to; we must change our childhood memories. As many of you who have started this process have experienced - it is possible to do this, and it doesn’t need to take a long time. As I know from personal experience and working with clients, even changing just one negative childhood memory may have massive life changing effects.
- Steve Remmert
We spend quite a lot of time sharing tips and advice on pulling yourself out of intense emotions in the moment. And the reason we do this is because we know how difficult it can be to stay on track - and in fact, to do anything - when you're in the middle of an emotionally triggered state.
We've all experienced challenges with this. Using FasterEFT is really effective in changing subconscious programming, by changing memories... but you have to use it, for it to work! And when you're feeling intense anxiety, fear, anger, frustration, guilt, shame - or any other negative emotion - it can be very difficult to even make the decision to use it.
State of Emergency
This is because while you're in any kind of triggered emotional state, you are in a level of the fight-freeze-flight emergency state. And, apart from anything else, the prefrontal cortex of your brain (were you do your cognitive thinking) is pretty much offline. That means you literally can't think straight.
And trying to think while you're in this state can result in increasing overwhelm - since you're trying to use a part of your brain that has reduced blood-flow in that moment.
Steve came up with a great analogy for this about a week ago. He said that trying to do anything while in an intense negative emotional state is like having a paper bag over your head, and running around telling people you can't see. :)
You need to take the bag off your head. Then you'll be able to see clearly again. And you'll be able to move forward in a more effective way.
Removing the Paper Bag
Stopping, and taking a moment out of whatever it is you're trying to do, in order to remove the paper bag will mean you'll be able to achieve more - because you'll be able to see where you're going!
Stopping, and taking a moment out of whatever it is you're trying to do, in order to do something that will get you out of the intense emotional state you're in, will mean you'll be able to achieve more - because you'll be able to see more clearly and think more effectively and strategically!
This means that doing whatever it takes to pull yourself out of the intense emotions (get the paper bag off your head) is a top priority - above everything else, because it affects everything else!
Coming up with a contingency plan while you're not in a triggered emotional state can make all the difference. Like a fire drill - it will prepare you to take emergency action when your brain is not fully able to think clearly and strategically.
Ideas for Removing the Paper Bag
Remember to use Zero Tolerance! The earlier you turn off the tap that is pumping stress chemicals into your bloodstream, the quicker and easier it will be to get that paper bag off your head! ;)
Here are a few ideas to add to your contingency plan or fire drill:
Stuck at the end of the couch…. That was the condition of my life. I don’t really remember many periods of my life when I didn’t feel some level of anxiety. In fact, it just became who I was.
I found ways to cope with it and learned to wear the mask of being in control, however, inside I knew anxiety was at the helm. Decades of living with anxiety led to physical manifestations, including severe acid reflux and the beginnings of Barret’s syndrome.
Eventually, the anxiety spiraled into severe depression and left me on the doorstep of immobility. There were days when getting out of bed seemed impossible - I felt unable to change, and the hopelessness of my situation led to suicidal ideation. It was then that I took a step and reached out for help.
What transpired was a series of fortunate connections which led me to innovative techniques allowing me to quickly take control for the first time in my life.
Coming to understand how the subconscious mind works, and how to change old programs designed to keep me safe in early childhood, was the key to seeing anxiety as a choice - and more importantly, to developing the skills needed to gain control.
In fairness to the me who chose anxiety for years, I didn’t have the understanding back then. It is so incredible to live a life of choice, and to choose happiness and calm. I love empowering others to be able to have the same choice in their lives.
- Steve Remmert, LPC
If you've been trying to create changes in your life by using visualization, and you've seen inconsistent results - or none at all - it may be because you've been doing it backwards! ;)
"Back to the Future"
Although this is a fictional movie, the idea of making changes to the past in order to change the present and future (instead of trying to change it by visualizing the future) is not as far-fetched as it may seem at first!
The truth is that everything we experience in the present is determined, not by the past, but by how the subconscious mind represents the past. Records, in the form of childhood memories, are providing the "proof" and "evidence" that support our beliefs of who we are and how the world works. This means that, no matter how much we may consciously want change - or how much we may visualize our lives to be different - the subconscious is referring to the "facts" from those childhood memories. And, since the primary job of the subconscious is to keep us safe - which means keeping us in alignment with what has always been (we're still alive, right?), we will be constantly guided back to the same old patterns and experiences.
Conscious attempts to make changes by using visualization will only succeed as long as the subconscious does not hold any contradicting "evidence" from childhood memories. For example: Visualizing being confident and successful will only succeed if there is no "evidence" in the form of childhood memories that support beliefs such as "I'm not good enough" or "I'm not safe".
In order to see consistent, reliable results, you need to change the childhood memories so that they support the life you want to live now - and then practice those new childhood memories. In other words - instead of visualizing the future, visualize the past! If you want abundance, spend your time visualizing (practicing) your new memories of an abundant childhood! That will give your subconscious "proof" and "evidence" to support the abundance you seek now - and it will automatically guide you in alignment with those new "facts".
Is it Possible to Change Childhood Memories?
The subconscious can't tell the difference between reality and imagination (notice how your body reacts when you watch a scary movie - it behaves as if the threat is real), and it cannot judge something as unrealistic (since it cannot use logic or reason). This means that when you use FasterEFT to change your childhood memories, your subconscious accepts whatever you give it. You will still know, consciously, what really happened (just like you know that's just a movie you're watching), but your subconscious will believe the new memories are real - and your results will change, accordingly!.
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Have you ever tried to improve your life, and seen no results at all, or the results you have seen have fallen far short of what you had in mind? There's a reason you may not have realized before.
If you've tried different methods, techniques and strategies to make changes to any area of your life, and found it didn't work (even though it may appear to be working for others), here's why...
Imagine a small, simple (for clarity) production line of thingamabobs.
The start of the production line is where each thingamabob is formed; and along the production line, various whatchamacallits are adjusted, added, tweaked, fiddled-with, and fine-tuned.
These particular things come out red. They ride along a conveyor belt, and reach the "output" whatsit, as completed red thingamabobs.
Now, you don't want red thingamabobs, you want blue widgets. So, what can you do?
You find various ways to make adjustments to the thingamabobs along the production line. You readjust, remove, re-tweak, re-fiddle-with, refine, and add different things as the thingamabobs travel along the production line - repainting each red thingamabob-turned-widget blue.
The problem is: there seems to be no way to slow that conveyor belt down, and you can't keep up with the flow of red thingamabobs. So, despite doing your best to chase the products down the production line, to catch as many as you can, you're ending up with some blue thingamabobs; some red widgets; and some half-blue-half-red thingwijmabobgets. In addition to that, many of the red thingamabobs are so well-made, they're impossible to adjust.
The solution, of course, is to go to the computer that has been programmed to automatically control the manufacturing, and change the design. Then, you can step back, relax, and just watch the new, perfectly-formed blue widgets arrive at the output whatsit! No fiddling, tweaking, painting, or patch-jobs needed!
The computer and production line are your subconscious. The thingamabobs are the thoughts; beliefs; emotional states; behaviors; physical symptoms; circumstances; perceptions; reactions; responses; and everything else you experience. Using any method to change those things is like making adjustments to the thingamabobs along the production line. You may be able to change some of them, some of the time, to some extent, but it can take a lot of effort and time, with hit-and-miss results.
In order to end up with a production line that produces the results you want every time - in all areas - you need to change the original design inside the computer. You need to reprogram it to produce the blue widgets you want. You need to change the negative or limiting childhood memories that are providing the references (design specifications) to which your subconscious (the computer) is referring. Then, you will automatically experience the new results - without any need for chasing products along the production line trying to fiddle and tweak!
How to Change the Design in the Computer:
The fastest, most effective way to change those references that are providing the design specifications for your current results is: changing negative childhood memories, using FasterEFT. Change those memories, and you automatically reprogram your computer to produce the results you want. And it IS possible to change those childhood memories.
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Medical Research Reference:
Epigenetic priming of memory updating during reconsolidation to attenuate remote fear memories.
Can We Change Adverse Childhood Memories?
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We know that changing childhood memories is how we reprogram the subconscious mind. But, for many people, the conscious mind gets in the way. The subconscious has no ability to tell "right" from "wrong". It also has no ability to use logic or reason, and cannot tell the difference between reality and imagination.
When you see a scary movie, you'll notice that your body goes into the same state it would if the threat were real. Your heart-rate increases; adrenaline is pumped into your system; your palms get sweaty - you experience the "fight-freeze-flight" emergency state. While your conscious mind knows it's just a movie, your subconscious thinks the threat is real, and is prompting your brain to trigger your organs to produce the same stress chemicals they would if you were in real physical danger.
This means that any logical objections to changing memories - for example: "That's not what really happened" "She would never have been like that" "But he never smiled" "But I couldn't have studied what I loved because I've ended up in a completely different career" "But I couldn't have grown up in France because I live in England" "Why should they get away with it" "That's not possible" "That's unrealistic" "That's denial" - and any other arguments along those lines - are coming from the conscious mind, not the subconscious. The subconscious cannot judge in that way. The subconscious only operates according to how it's programmed, based on the proof and evidence it holds (in the form of memories).
So, the solution to this conscious resistance to changing memories is - since the conscious mind uses logic and reason - using logic and reason! And here's how:
Logical Counter-Arguments for Conscious Resistance:
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Have you ever seen the movie: "The Matrix"? If you haven't seen it, I'll be explaining this in a different way as well, so stay with me! ;) If you have seen the movie, you'll remember that while a person is inside The Matrix, they see what we're used to seeing; they experience everything as "real". They see the world as we see it. However, looking at The Matrix from outside of it, it's simply computer code - ones and zeros.
The subconscious mind is like the coding of The Matrix. When you recall a memory (or have any thought at all), although the conscious mind is experiencing pictures, sounds, smells, tastes, feelings, emotions, and sensations, in the subconscious it's ones and zeros. It's just code.
Why Does this Matter?
When you change a memory in the subconscious, you're using your conscious mind to change the pictures, feelings, and other aspects of the memory, but what's happening inside your subconscious as you do that, is just a rearranging of "code". It's rearranging the "ones and zeros" - there are no pictures in your subconscious. There are no feelings or emotions in your subconscious. In fact, it is your subconscious that creates the sensations, feelings, and emotions in your body - in order to control your conscious mind, not the other way round!
When you are changing a memory, you are changing code.
And Now - For Those Who Haven't Seen "The Matrix"... ;)
When you use a computer, you are typing on a keyboard, using a mouse, and you are seeing images and text on a screen. However, the computer itself does not process your commands in the form of images and text. It is using code. In the same way - when you change a memory, using your conscious mind, you are changing aspects of the memory using your senses... (you're "looking at the computer screen") ... but your subconscious is receiving your commands in the form of code - just as your computer does.
Soooo... WHY is it Important??
It's important to bear this in mind because it helps you to understand that you are able to change your memories to absolutely anything - your subconscious is like a computer that has been programmed to keep you safe, based on the coding that has developed over your lifetime so far. Now, you get to change that programming, and change the parameters of what "safe" means - by changing the "proof" and "evidence" your subconscious holds - the references in the form of memories.
Your subconscious is not a separate entity with a mind of its own - any more than your computer is. Your subconscious is simply doing whatever it has been programmed to do. And, although it was programmed by default, before, now YOU have the option to take over and reprogram it in any way you choose! Using FasterEFT, you get to change that programming to whatever would empower you to enjoy your life more!
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"Stepping-stone memory" is a phrase I use to describe an interim memory between the original bad memory, and the ideal new memory, when you're using FasterEFT.
The Purpose of Stepping-Stone Memories
Stepping-stone memories are, I believe, essential for ensuring that all subconscious references are changed, regarding a particular issue.
For example: If you were bullied when you were 5 years old, and your dad didn't stand up for you, that memory may be providing the following references:
1. My dad doesn't stand up for me - which means I'm worthless.
2. I was bullied - which means I'm weak.
Some people will use Faster EFT to change the memory to where their dad did stand up for them. And that's great - that means their subconscious now has a reference that their dad stood up for them, and perhaps that will contribute towards a structure for "I'm worthy".
But if the memory remains that way, the subconscious still has a reference that you were bullied - so that is still providing the "evidence" for the belief "I'm weak".
If, on the other hand, you use FasterEFT to change the memory directly to where weren't bullied in the first place, that's great - and your subconscious will no longer have that reference providing "evidence" that you're weak... but it also won't have a reference for your dad standing up for you.
The answer? Stepping-stone memories!
How to Use Stepping-Stone Memories:
Using the example above...
1. First, use FasterEFT to change the memory to where you were bullied AND your dad stood up for you and protected you. This will change that reference in your subconscious - giving it proof that you you are worthy.
2. Practice that stepping-stone memory three times in a row.
3. Now, use FasterEFT to change the stepping-stone memory to where you weren't bullied in the first place! :) You were never bullied. You were popular; and the "bullies" are now friends and admirers. And you see your dad with you, proud of you, and you are having fun doing stuff together. This is now your new memory.
4. Practice that new memory three times in a row.
5. Write that new memory down, and practice it 12 times a day for the first week.
Using More than One Stepping-Stone Memory
You can use more than one stepping-stone memory - for example: if your father left when you were 3 years old, and then came back when you were 10 years old, and was abusive, and your mother never protected you - here are example stepping-stone memories you could create, using Faster EFT...
1st Stepping-Stone Memory:
When your father came back and was abusive, your mother protected you.
2nd Stepping-Stone Memory:
Now, when your father comes back, he's not abusive - he's loving and affectionate, so happy to see you, and tells you how much he missed you.
Now, change that to where your father never left in the first place.
Using these stepping-stone memories means you are changing multiple references in your subconscious along the way, with each step, until you arrive at the ideal new, positive and empowering reference - the final New Memory.
Points to Bear in Mind
As you change memories, whether they're stepping-stone or the ultimate new memory, keep reminding yourself:
* The subconscious cannot tell the difference between reality and imagination
* The subconscious cannot judge something as unrealistic
* The subconscious cannot use logic or reason
- which means the subconscious will believe whatever you give it. It's only your conscious mind that knows the difference. Just like your conscious mind knows that a scary movie is just a movie, but your subconscious triggers the "fight-freeze-flight" emergency state in your body while you're watching - as if the threat is real!
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"I can't get out!" she cried. "I've tried so many times; nothing works, there's no way to get out. I don't know what else to do."
He stood outside the deep pit, looking down into the darkness, at the bedraggled, shivering figure that stood just a few feet from the steps leading out of the muddy depths. "You need to get over to your left - there are steps there that you can use to climb out. That's how I got out."
"I can't," she said, "I've tried, and they're too steep."
"They are steep," he conceded, "but they're the only way out. "If you really want to be free, you need to find a way to climb them. There's a rope on the side that you can hold onto and pull yourself up."
She staggered over to the steps, grabbed the rope, and started to pull herself up. But, in addition to being steep, the steps were slippery - drenched in mud. As she started to climb, she kept her head down, looking at the slimy step she was standing on, and slipped. She cried out in frustration.
"Keep your head up!" He called to her. "You need to look at the top step - look up, where you want to end up. If you look down, you will follow your gaze and keep slipping back into the pit."
"But the steps are so slippery!" she shouted. I can't look up.
"You can do it!" he promised. "If I can do it, so can you! But you need to take your focus off the pit, and look where you're going. Each time you fall, and find yourself back in the mud, if you keep looking at the mud, that's where you'll stay. Instead, each time you slip, pick your head up, look at the top of the pit, hold onto the rope, and pull yourself up to the next step."
"But it's so hard," she cried, "they're so slippery, and it's so dark."
"I know," he said gently, "and I respect your choice."
"What choice?" she demanded.
"You have the choice to look up, even though the steps are slippery. You have the choice to keep your focus on the top as you ignore the mud and pull on the rope, lifting yourself from one step to the next, with my encouragement. Or you can keep looking at where you are. You can keep focused on the mud, and stay where you are. Those are your two choices. There is no other. Whichever you choose, I will respect... but know that it is your choice. Do what it takes to look up and get out (for you know the steps are there), or choose to keep looking where you are - and remain."
No matter how bad things are - no matter how helpless, hopeless and powerless you may feel at any given time - you always have a choice. And the choice is where you put your focus. You will go wherever you're looking.
When you're feeling depressed, anxious, hopeless, angry, frustrated - or any other negative emotion - no matter how bad it is, you have the choice: continue to think about whatever it is you're thinking about (focusing on the mud), or choose to put your focus on something else. Nothing outside of you has the ability to control your focus. Only you can do that. If Viktor Frankl was able to take his focus off the horrors of his experiences in concentration camps, and place it on where he would rather be (looking up and at where he wanted to go, rather than down and where he was), you can take your focus off wherever you are, and put it on where you'd rather be.
When Things are Bad, You Have a Choice:
1. Choose to do whatever it takes to move your focus off whatever it is that's bad, and tap, watch comedy, dance, go for a walk, read your Happy Journal (or something else uplifting), play a game, listen to uplifting music, do an activity you love doing, think about an activity you love doing, think about someone you love... or anything else that will pull your focus off the problem. And then, once you're out of the intense bad feelings, use FasterEFT to change the childhood memories that are the cause of these bad feelings and experiences - and do whatever it takes to Prioritize that....
2. Continue to look at where you are - and stay there. Continue to look at "what is" and how bad it is, and why nothing will work, and all the reasons for it etc.... and stay where you are.
And that second option is okay - there's no judgement. But it's important to realize it is a choice. It is your choice. You may not have a choice in the circumstances; you may not have a choice in what others are doing... but you DO have a choice in where you look. That is entirely within your power. And where you look determines how you feel... which determines where you go from here - even though it may not seem like that right now.
Where you look determines how you feel.
You decide where to look.
Which means you decide how to feel.
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If you've been using FasterEFT to improve your life by changing subconscious memories, you may have experienced some resistance. You may have recognized that resistance as your subconscious trying to keep you safe by keeping you in alignment with what has always been (you're still alive, right? ;) ) - and therefore, you may have continued to gently push forward, through the resistance, and make the changes anyway. You may have even used FasterEFT to address the resistance itself. But, if you're still finding yourself held back by "resistance" it may be because you haven't noticed the difference between subconscious resistance and conscious resistance. Here's the difference - and how to get past both...
Subconscious Resistance vs Conscious Resistance
The main difference between the two is: proof and evidence vs logic and reason.
The subconscious has no ability to use logic or reason. It also cannot judge something as "unrealistic". It works purely on the "proof" and "evidence" it holds from life experiences. It will believe whatever you give it - as long as the "proof" and "evidence" (memories) it holds don't contradict it. This is why we change childhood memories - to change the "evidence" and "proof" the subconscious is referring to.
If you're experiencing subconscious resistance, it will be because there is still some reference (in the form of memories) that it holds that contradict the new memories you're creating. The answer is to simply change those too.
Conscious resistance, on the other hand, is about logic. If you find yourself thinking thoughts along the lines of: "But I know that's not what happened"; "But they don't deserve to get away with it"; "It couldn't have happened that way because we weren't in that house at that time" or "I can't imagine her being affectionate" - those are logic and reason-based arguments, which means they are coming from your conscious mind, not from your subconscious. And you have control over your conscious mind!
How to Address Subconscious Resistance
Think of your subconscious as a child who is holding on to the side of a swimming pool, terrified they're going to drown. You're holding them, but they're in "freeze-fright" and too frightened to let go. How would you handle that? You wouldn't yank them off the side and scold them; you also wouldn't just leave them hanging there, and move on with your life. You would gently reassure them that they're safe. You would let them know you've got them, you won't let them drown, and they're safe. And you would point out some "proof". For example: "Look, the water's not deep, you can touch the bottom" or "You're wearing water-wings" or "Look at all the other children swimming safely and enjoying themselves"
The way to overcome subconscious resistance is to reassure, and change more memories as "proof". The more childhood memories you change to positive, the more "proof" and "evidence" your subconscious has that it's safe to move forward in changing your life.
How to Address Conscious Resistance
When you find yourself arguing with the new memories - for example: "I can't imagine him smiling - he never smiled" or "They don't deserve the new memory" or "But that would never have happened" or "But I know that's not what happened" - recognize that that is your conscious resistance. And, since your conscious mind works with logic and reason, you can use logic and reason to overcome the resistance - if you choose to. You have control over your conscious mind, and you get to decide whether or not you want to end up with changes or not.
When you come across conscious resistance, use these points of logic and reason to remind yourself:
1. I can't go back and change the past, but I can change how it's represented in my mind.
2. I'm not changing my conscious memory, I'm changing how it's held in my subconscious.
3. I know consciously what actually happened, but my subconscious doesn't know the difference between reality and imagination, and it doesn't have the ability to judge something as unrealistic - it will believe whatever I give it.
4. I have a choice: I allow myself to change the memory to positive, empowering, and happy - and get the results in my life that I want, or - I choose to keep the old memories, and keep my life the same as it is now.
5. There are no "memory police"! I get to choose what I hold in my subconscious and what I change. It's nobody else's business. And the only effects will be: empowering myself, and creating positive results in my life.
6. "They" are not really here - I'm not actually changing that person, and that person cannot fit inside my head. All I'm changing is the part of me, inside my own mind, that is representing that person. This is just between me and myself.
7. If I reeeeeeally want changes, I'll prioritize changing these memories, and then practicing them at least 12 times a day (while brushing teeth, washing dishes etc.- anytime throughout the day, while doing other activities) - to make sure I get the results I want.
You have complete control over resistance - if it's subconscious, reassure and keep changing the "proof" and "evidence" (in the form of memories). If it's conscious (objections that argue using logic and reason) use logic and reason to remind yourself of the points above.
Change the memories, change your life! :)
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Odille and Steve Remmert are specialists in subconscious reprogramming. Having significantly transformed their own lives by changing their subconscious programming, they're excited to be helping others do the same!