In Today’s Episode:
- Slowing down and putting yourself in a different environment, such as through travel, can help you gain clarity on what you truly want in life.
- The importance of celebrating your successes and counting your blessings, rather than focusing on what didn’t work.
- Subconscious beliefs can hold us back from pursuing what we truly want. Identifying and challenging these beliefs is crucial for personal growth.
- Fear often stems from a belief that we won’t be able to handle a situation. Reminding ourselves of past successes can help overcome this fear.
- Breaking down desired changes into small, manageable steps can make them more achievable and build momentum.
Do you really know what you want in life, or are subconscious beliefs steering your ship? In this insightful episode of the “Love Not Fear” podcast, the focus is on the compelling topic of subconscious beliefs and their impact on achieving the life we desire. The conversation delves into the intriguing ways in which our unexamined beliefs, often rooted in culture and personal experiences, can unknowingly hold us back from realizing our true potential and desires.
The episode highlights the importance of self-awareness in identifying and understanding these hidden influences. The hosts David Henzel and Eduard Brink discuss the power of reflecting on one’s life journey, acknowledging personal growth, and the significance of celebrating small victories in the pursuit of larger goals. Additionally, the conversation touches upon the role of past experiences and traumas in shaping our current mindset and actions.
Tune in and discover practical strategies and thought exercises designed to help you uncover your genuine aspirations and navigate past subconscious barriers.
Fear often comes from thinking that you will not be able to handle the situation that you’re potentially putting yourself in.David Henzel
00:06 – Introduction and topic discussion: subconscious beliefs vs expectations
01:14 – How to define what you really want in life
03:17 – The importance of gratitude and celebrating successes
07:42 – Letting the past define you and overcoming limiting beliefs
11:06 – Personal experience with overcoming limiting beliefs and hidden commitments
13:20 – Theory that people self-sabotage change due to fear
14:00 – Conclusion and end of the podcast
13:57 – Taking the first step gives power to overcome fear
14:28 – Fear comes from thinking you can’t handle a situation
15:28 – Focus on how you will feel when you solve a problem
16:17 – Making small changes and building routines leads to change
16:55 – Breaking down goals into small steps and gaining momentum
Living in the present moment and being open to new experiences is often blocked by our limiting beliefs and the things we think we have to spend our attention on.Eduard Brink
Resolve and reconnect:
👉🏻 Take the first step: Reflect on your relationships. Identify where you might have unresolved issues or misunderstandings, particularly with family members or close friends. Acknowledge these loose ends as opportunities for growth and healing.
👉🏻 Reach out with Love: Initiate the conversation. Extend an invitation for a face-to-face meeting, a phone call, or even a simple coffee date. Say something like, “Hey, I’ve been thinking about our last conversation, and I feel like we left things unresolved. Can we talk about it?”
👉🏻 Act from a place of Love, not fear: Approach these discussions with an open heart and a mindset of love. Let go of any fears or apprehensions about the outcome. Remember, the act of reaching out itself is a powerful gesture of care and consideration.
👉🏻 Lighten your emotional load: Understand that by addressing these issues, you’re not just helping to mend relationships, but also unburdening yourself. Picture each resolved issue as removing a weight from your emotional backpack, making your journey through life lighter and more joyful.