How can I train my subconscious mind to be positive
Your subconscious mind has something called a homeostatic impulse, which regulates functions like body temperature, heartbeat and breathing. Brian Tracy explained it like this: “Through your autonomic nervous system, [your homeostatic impulse] maintains a balance among the hundreds of chemicals in your billions of cells so that your entire physical machine functions in complete harmony most of the time.”
Instead of regurgitating the same old narrative of believing you’ll be happy once you’re 10 pounds, one promotion and two life events down-the-line, work on changing your inner monologue to: “I allow my life to be good.”
Give yourself permission to be happy and successful, and not feel guilty about it. If you have a subconscious association between success being amoral, or corrupt, of course you’re not going to do what you need to do to live the life you want to live. Instead, give yourself permission to step into a whole, happy, healthy, grounded and meaningful existence.
You’re undoubtedly familiar with the idea that it’s important to stay positive! Studies consistently show that having a more optimistic mindset improves both physical and mental health, and positivity boosts your internal vibration so you’re more capable of manifesting the thing you want
Firstly, it’s worth learning more about the best modern techniques for uncovering and releasing the negativity you’re holding inside. Past experiences, especially those from childhood, can be held in the mind and body for decades, dragging you down and inhibiting your potential.
Finally, with a little effort, you can retrain your brain to automatically see the bright side of any situation, no matter how difficult. You’ll need to do this deliberately at first, consciously challenging yourself to see what’s good about a tough experience.
For example, when something doesn’t work out for you, it’s often because the Universe has something better in store. This may be something more fitting with your overall purpose. Try to find a specific thing you can learn, rather than viewing yourself as a failure.
In addition, try to turn setbacks into opportunities. If you don’t get called for a job interview or a second date, ask yourself what you can use the extra time to accomplish. In time, your brain will start doing this immediately, without being prompted. Your positive neural wiring will attract more and more positivity into your life.