Conscious Belief: "I want more money."
Subconscious Belief: "If I had more money someone might get jealous and not like me any more."
Since begin liked is a high value for you. You end up having less money.
You can consciously change your mind.
But it's your subconscious mind that holds beliefs and habits and value (your paradigm) that either attracts or repels the things you want out of life.
Your subconscious mind holds images (the mind thinks in pictures not words) that run your life.
"The Law of Attraction responds to your Paradigm." - Bob Proctor
If anything new is introduced to your conscious mind that matches the images you hold of your self in your subconscious mind, the conscious mind lets it go through to your subconscious.
In that way you become more of who you already are.
Because like energy attracts like energy aka the law of attraction.
But if what you come across does not match who you already are, then your conscious mind rejects it (and that can happen all the days of your life).
That's why you don't always get what you want consciously.
It's like your "protection" mechanism.
But what if the thing your conscious mind is protecting you from is something that is really good for you?
Your mind is so intelligent that it will produce reasons for you that stop you from doing things that will actually be good for you in the long run.
That's the reason why when you start something new, it never becomes habitual or accomplished.
New Year's resolutions anyone?
So how do you bypass the conscious and allow an image of your desire "better-outcome" to rest in your subconscious?
Since you attract with your subconscious mind, how can you change the images that are in there that stop you from receiving the good things you want?
You change your subconscious images through the conscious repetition of positive information.
And this you do until you see the changes in your life.
And this can happen in a day, a week, a month, a year, a decade or two or more.
This depends on how emotionally (since your subconscious is also known ar the emotional mind, and thus responds to emotion) charged your daily repetition of information is and how committed you are to change.
You reap what you sow.
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