How to Achieve Lasting Change by Rewriting Your Subconscious Beliefs

How to Achieve Lasting Change by Rewriting Your Subconscious Beliefs


Ever tried to change something in your life, but kept on falling back to the same place? UK’s #1 Therapist Marisa Peer shares how subconscious beliefs can ensure your success.

Have you ever consciously tried to change something in your life…but kept on falling back to the same place?

You might’ve been trying to cut back on sugar, or spend less time on TV and more time on your passion projects, or maybe you were trying to stop yourself from sabotaging your relationships.

And when it didn’t work, you’d end up criticizing yourself for being weak or not putting in enough effort.

The key to changing your beliefs is in understanding the difference between conscious and subconscious beliefs. And that’s exactly what the UK’s No. 1 Therapist, Marisa Peer, explores in the video above.

What’s the Difference Between Conscious and Subconscious Thoughts?

Are the conscious and subconscious mind different? And if so, what’s the primary difference between conscious and subconscious thought patterns?

Many of us carry the belief that the more effort we put in, the more results we’ll see. When the truth is, it’s quite the opposite.

The secret is in understanding how different the conscious mind is from the subconscious mind.

difference between conscious and subconscious

The secret to learning how to rewrite your beliefs

You make your beliefs, and then your beliefs make you.

— Marisa Peer

This brilliant woman recently won 5 Stevie Awards for the Rapid Transformation Therapy Methodology she developed and her incredible transformative impact has been acknowledged by the Royal School of Medicine in New York and London.

In the video above, she explains how you can make permanent changes in your subconscious mind to ultimately change your life.

Our conscious mind is responsible for interpreting the world around us. It takes in sensory data with the help of our five senses.

The subconscious mind, on the other hand, isn’t as easily accessed. But it is the root of our most deeply held values and beliefs.

The key to changing our intrinsic habits is not through the conscious mind. It’s through the subconscious mind.

So, how do we access this invaluable resource?

Learning to rewire the subconscious mind

The primary difference between the conscious and subconscious mind is in understanding the power they hold in our lives.

If we want something in our lives to change, we change our conscious thoughts. We redirect our conscious actions toward our new goal, right?

But what about the subconscious mind?

Marisa Peer explains that the real way to achieve lasting change in our life isn’t through conscious effort. It’s through changing our subconscious beliefs.

Why? Because your subconscious beliefs can sabotage your conscious efforts. If you crave lasting change, you’ll need to start paying careful attention to your deeply held subconscious beliefs.

The more aware you are of your subconscious beliefs, the better able you’ll be accessing them.

You can hear the subconscious mind cropping up in instances where you feel pulled by gut instinct or intuition.

The more you pay attention to this quiet voice within, the better able you’ll be to access this part of the mind.

And soon you will be able to rewrite these beliefs for long-lasting abundance and success.

If you learn how to talk to your subconscious mind, you could put in half the effort to achieve lasting change. Instantly get to the root of your issues and rewire your brain for abundance in Wealth, Health & Love in just one session by Marisa Peer in her free masterclass.

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