Tiny Habits That Could Totally Change Your Life
Ever trying to change a habit so desperately only to find out that something deep within is not willing? You have gone to counsellors, the psychologists, spent money on self- books and running to every sort of seminar that includes the self-help stuff only to find yourself in the same position you were in before? It is said that it is at this moment when the subconscious and the conscious are at loggerheads and in most cases the subconscious wins.
Our habits drive our lives, that is why it is important to bring the bad habits into our conscious awareness and replace them with the unobstructed ones to be able to move forward. If you are not yet where you want to be or if you have not yet achieved what you have always desired for a long time then you ought to really examine your approaches to life.
Well, the final outcome of changing a habit, all has to do with the subconscious desire. When you have that real burning desire on your subconscious level then you are more likely to get it without having to endure any pain. It can happen that you desire something consciously but your subconscious has been affected so you may destroy yourself slowly. The trick can be helping yourself subconsciously want the change your conscious mind desires and the only way to do that is to look back and see the issues that may have been affecting your perception in terms of your behaviour. This will help both your conscious and subconscious work in harmony to produce a great achievement.
You have to write and rewrite the perceptions that limit you from being a better person to be able to move the roadblocks and move beyond them. Once you have the behaviour that needs change, then we can look at how to initiate and maintain a change.
Changing habits is definitely not going to be easy. People who are afraid to try new things are usually uncomfortable in any situation. Changing a habit can be very difficult for an individual. Changing habits is something that should not be fearful of, but should be willing to do. Changing a habit is a process of choice and people must accept that they are the ones who control their lives and habits. Changing one habit to another does not happen overnight, therefore it would be better to just change one habit and keep up the consistency to continue moving in your new direction.
You can start off by preparing a list of how you perceive things around you or your attitude toward life, but of course, you will have those that do not serve you well and you don’t have to beat yourself down because of it, after all, you are human. All you have to do is eliminate them completely and replace them with their opposite ones. Say you think that you are looser and you cannot achieve anything in life or that life is way too hard whatever your perception is, your subconscious takes it in and it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy and will take it manifest in your life.
So instead of saying that, think of the past achievements or think of how much you can achieve and conquer a lot and how easy life can get, if only you apply the right skills. You may not believe it but I advise that you keep doing it, fake it till you make it. Keep repeating those words to yourself as much as possible and no matter how long it takes, you will enjoy its aftermath.
This exercise requires some time, full-time dedication and a burning desire to really do it and achieve your goals otherwise if you easily give up you will not go far. You should set time for some deep analysis of your habits and do more meditation to help relax your mind. Keep the positive attributes coming until it becomes your new approach to life. Your mind will have a new command to steer you directly into your dreams.
Changing habits can be very rewarding. Changing a habit can change your health, raise self-esteem and make you a more productive person. When an individual is motivated to change a habit, they will try harder until they succeed. Motivation is the first step to change. Self-motivation can come from within and sometimes from outside sources.