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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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!