Self-talk can be complicated based on how the subconscious mind works. The subconscious mind doesn’t acknowledge the idea of “negative” or “not.” With a phrase like “I will not fail,” the subconscious mind doesn’t recognize the word “not.” The subconscious mind will interpret the phrase as “I will fail” and potentially reinforce doubts and fears.
This concept highlights the importance of using positive language. Instead of saying, “I won’t be anxious,” consider “I’ll remain calm and composed” (My Article on “Priming”). By speaking positively, the subconscious mind is guided toward the desired outcome, fostering a more optimistic mindset.
Understanding how the subconscious mind interprets language can be a game-changer. It could revise thought patterns and beliefs. Positive statements like “I am confident and capable in every situation” can assist in revising rules in the subconscious mind. This can assist in overcoming self-limiting thoughts and achieve personal growth.
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