The Power Of The Unconscious Mind – Part II

In Part I, I talked about the unlimited power of the human mind. I recounted some amazing and inspirational stories of people overcoming severe medical situations only using their minds. Cathy Goodman was diagnosed with cancer and healed herself with her strong beliefs. Morris Goodman was paralyzed in an airplane crash yet walked out of the hospital. He wouldn’t accept that he would be a vegetable for the rest of his life. I hope you enjoy the Power of the Unconscious Mind – Part II.

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The Power Of The Unconscious Mind – Part II

In the Power of the Unconscious Mind – Part II, I want to talk about how you limit your possibilities by holding onto negative energy. Remember that the human mind is limitless and we can do all things if we believe in our hearts. To put it simply, your thoughts become your actions and your actions become your reality. I am living proof of this.

I believe in positive affirmations. Positive affirmations and changing your thought process will change the person that you are. I know this works because I am a completely different person than I was even a few years ago. Two things were limiting me. First, I was putting a time limit on my change. If it wasn’t happening quickly enough, I would say it didn’t work. Second, I held onto a lot of negative energy.

Always Angry

I held a lot of anger inside me but I didn’t know where it came from. I had no reason to feel angry because I was living a very good life. Through many hours of retrospection, I finally realized where my anger was coming from. I lacked self-confidence which was a result of always feeling that I was unworthy. I never felt good enough and always felt everyone else was better than me.

Living in South Florida and having to drive an hour to Miami to work each morning did not help. If you’ve ever driven in South Florida you know what I mean. South Floridians drive very aggressively and don’t seem to care about anyone but themselves. They will cut in front of you and almost hit you without even a second thought. I arrived at my office every day with an angry disposition. In every situation I encountered, I immediately looked for the negative aspects. I was always thinking negatively.

Release The Beast

My anger carried on even after my retirement. I remember one day I realized I wasn’t happy and didn’t want to live the rest of my life like this. So I decided to release the negativity in my life. I asked God to take away my anger. When I did, I immediately became calmer and felt peace inside of me.

For the most part, I’m able to drive around without getting angry but……… there are times. Anger is hard to eliminate when you have to drive in South Florida. One particular incident happened not long ago and had me backsliding into my old ways.

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Sooo South Florida

South Florida Drivers

If you live in a normal state or part of the world, you might not understand this. Drivers in South Florida like to get in the passing or “fast” lane and drive very slow. They do not care and immediately go to the fast lane and plant themselves there for the duration of their trip. They will not move over for anything. Most of the time they are driving the speed limit or below. It got so bad that they had to pass a law and post a minimum speed you can drive on the interstate.

Frozen

My wife and I had been visiting our daughter who attends college in Orlando and we were coming home. We were driving south on Interstate 95 and I was in the middle lane. The driver to my left was approaching one of these slow drivers. Instead of looking in his mirror to see if the lane was clear he just changed lanes. Luckily, he saw me before he hit me and swerved back.

All that was fine, that’s just part of South Florida driving. What pushed the old nuclear anger button🤬 was he decided he would rather hit me than slow down for the car in front of him. With total disregard for anyone but himself, he came back into my lane and I had to hit my brakes to avoid a collision. That sent me into a tirade and the backsliding began.

My anger went on for several minutes. My wife who is described as beautiful and vivacious but also a fiery Latina sat there calmly. One of my favorite ways to describe my wife is she is funny. She always makes us laugh. So, in a very soothing voice, she said,

Scott, be like Frozen.

What? I said angrily.

“Let it goooo.” She said with a straight face. We began laughing and my anger disappeared.

Don’t Let It Hold You Back

The moral of the story is: Release your anger, it is just holding you back.

You should release your fears. Your fears are manifestations of your thoughts. Look into your eyes in a mirror and say, “I release all my fears, I am a strong confident person.” As I’ve said many times, I believe in faith over fear. My faith that I will succeed is stronger than my fear that I will fail. If you cannot eliminate your fears, you can still control them. Don’t let them control you. Step out of your comfort zone.

“I release all my fears and do not let them control me. My faith is my guiding light.”

Pride

Another limiting trait we should release is pride. Be proud of who you are and what you will accomplish. Don’t limit yourself by being prideful. Be humble and thankful in everything. Always treat others as you would want someone to treat you or your family.

“I release my pride. I am humbled and thankful in everything I do.”

Resentment

You must release resentment. Do not resent others for their success. Never compare yourself to other people. Always be happy for everyone and wish abundance for them. The success of other people is no reflection on you. Release your feelings of resentment and go be the best you.

I release the resentment I have for others. I wish abundance for everyone.”

No Limits

One of the most important things you can release is your limiting mindset. You must understand that you can have and be anything you want to be because the universe is unlimited. There is no competition. Don’t believe you have to compete for everything. There is more than enough for everyone. Don’t set limits on your thinking. Remember, your thoughts become your actions and your actions become your reality.

“I release the limits I place on myself. My mind is unlimited and I can have anything I want.”

Your reality of today is based on your past thoughts. Your future reality is based on the thoughts that you’re having today. So, dream big. Next year you can be a different person than you are today. You can be living a different lifestyle. My business motto is, “Helping You to Become The Person Others Want to Be.” Don’t go and try to be like a certain sports hero or actor. Go be the kind of person that they want to become.

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This Train Is Moving On. You Can Get On, You Can Get Off, But The Train Keeps Moving On! We Are Going To The Top Of The Mountain!

Final Thoughts

I hope you enjoyed reading The Power Of The Unconscious Mind – Part 2. Are you programming your subconscious mind with positive affirmations? Do you have your own positive affirmations? If so, leave a comment below and let me know. I always enjoy reading your comments. As always, I appreciate all the likes and follows. Don’t forget to subscribe to my email list. Just click on the red button above and leave your email address.

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26 thoughts on “The Power Of The Unconscious Mind – Part II

  1. Years ago I did not have any patience. I was always in a hurry and many things bothered me. Then God reached out and I took hold of Him. Since then, I have patience and rest easy knowing that I am not in control of all things. I am in a much better place and happier than ever.
    Great post. God Bless

    1. Sheila, thank you for reading and your wonderful comments. I am glad we are writing the same message. The more people spreading positivity the more we can reach and help. Stay safe.

  2. I never consciously felt I was unworthy, but today I had a glimpse of a thought. Maybe, because I was the only one of 6 pregnancies my mom had who lived, I felt, why me? Why did I live and not the others. Hmm. Interesting to ponder if that may have lead to my past feelings of inadequacy.

    1. Losing several friends and colleagues as well as surviving cancer had me thinking the same way. Why me? God answered me and showed me the reason this year. I needed to share my lessons and experiences. I now hear from so many people that I have helped them.

  3. That driving thing is not a South Florida thing. It’s everywhere. 🙂 When I lived in Sacramento, it was declared statistically by the Insurance Institute of America to have the worst drivers in the nation. It only got worse after pot was legalized too. Anywhere NASCAR is popular though (ie here in the South) there seem to be an abundance of drivers determined to prove in their Hyundai that they could have been Richard Petty IF life had only given them a break, lol.

    I could definitely resonate with the anger thing.Your reasons seem to hold at least a little true for me also. I *think* most of it with me comes from trying to do the right thing and be the better person and getting the very short end of the stick for it.

    1. I think the secret is to take the back roads. We had the most pleasant trip last year driving back roads through Alabama and Georgia.
      Thanks for reading and starting my day with a laugh 😆. Take care.

  4. Your wife is such a blessing. 😊 Thank God she got you through that time. It’s important for us to let go of our anger and trust that the present times would be better with God in it for us.

  5. I really love the part about no limits. As a novice blogger sometimes I’m intimidated, thinking my content isn’t good enough. But I always focus on the reason why I’m blogging in the first place. And really, the more I blog, I make new discoveries on my potential. When I break the boundaries in my head, it allows me to work with no limits.

    Thank you so much 😊

    1. Thank you for reading and your wonderful comments. I’m glad that you can get over the intimidation. Your content is always great to someone. There are many people who need to hear what you have to say. Take care.

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