Feel it to create it

You must assume the feeling of the wish fulfilled until your assumption has all the sensory vividness of reality.

Neville Goddard

Have you ever woken up from a terrible dream in a panic?

Then your brain begins to turn on and you realize, with relief, it was only a dream… nothing to worry about. But phew — that was a close one.

Dreams feel real until your intellect turns on and resets them. We could go off on a tangent here (technically dreams are real enough but in a different sensory realm than this one), but we won’t…

Most “Achievement” Happens Backwards

Human beings have mastered the psychology of “doing.”

We probably have access to more research, history, training & information than anyone in history. I say probably because we technically do not know. There are stories floating around about ancient (and advanced) cultures with superior technology than what we have access to today. But alas, nobody can prove it so we will assume that where we are now is the pinnacle of information access.

So what’s the problem?

Why does achievement feel harder when we know intellectually that it should be easier?

The problem with doing is it comes in the middle of the process.

Choices only matter after your programming has made the decision about how “you” are supposed to make the choice. You must read that again so it will stick.

The science of being

We are all running a mental playbook.

It’s called “identity” and it runs whether we’re paying attention to it or not. Your identity tells you (and everyone else) the answer to a million questions as they come up.

  • Do you want something or not?
  • Does that person jive with your personality?
  • How must stress is “too much” stress?
  • Is this an opportunity or a threat?
  • How many attempts can you make before burning out?
  • Etc

These are all questions that are being answered day in and day out by your identity. Sometimes they don’t even make it up to our level of conscious thought. When’s the last time you thought about breathing and how important it is?

If you’re like most people, the answer is you have no idea — it’s not a normal thing to spend your conscious time on. The subconscious is running it for you. Same with your identity.

Self-sabotage is almost always a product of a person’s identity arguing with their conscious targets. You will feel like you’re in a stalemate. No way forward, no way backward. That’s because you have two realms of power pointing guns at each other, unwilling to yield.

Here’s how to fix this: become someone different.

There are many schools of thought regarding how to do this but I’ll start (and likely end) with the easiest.

The way in is to FEEL. If you’re gonna feel it, might as well feel it deeply (as in all the way feel it). We can do this easily through visualization. We want our subconscious to being making assumptions about is that fit the things we want to happen.

Self-sabotage is when our subconscious is making assumptions about us that we don’t like consciously — that is a simple shift and it starts with the images you feed your brain.

For more detailed (and frequent) training on this, check out my daily podcast Daily Mind Medicine at this link.

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