Saying that you have bad luck may seem like an innocent statement, but it can also be a symptom of a much deeper problem. If you really do seem to have bad luck at every twist and turn, chances are you’re doing something to contribute to it.
How is that possible?
Thanks to a phenomenon called self-sabotage, your bad luck may literally be all in your head. For some reason, your subconscious – or, the part of your mind that is responsible for most of your thoughts and actions – is setting you up to fail. Consciously, you blame it on “bad luck”, but luck doesn’t have anything to do with it. You have no idea what’s really going on behind the scenes.
What kinds of things will your subconscious do to sabotage you?
Let’s say, for example, that you’re unemployed. If you have fallen victim to self-sabotage, your subconscious will drive you to apply for jobs that you’re not qualified for, that you have no hope of ever getting. Then, when you don’t get the job, you chalk it up to “bad luck”. Consciously, you think that you just can’t catch a break, but your subconscious knew all along that you had no shot of landing the job.
Why would your subconscious mind do this to you?
For some reason, your subconscious is afraid of getting back into the corporate world. Maybe it has convinced itself that you are going to get laid off again or that you’ve been out of the industry for too long and you will never be able to catch up. To your subconscious, not getting the job is actually a big relief.
Why is self-sabotage hypnosis so effective?
It is the only treatment that gives you full access to your subconscious. Things like traditional therapy and willpower only work with your conscious mind – and that’s not enough. Instead, you and your consulting hypnotist will work to re-train your subconscious, so that it sees you as someone who’s successful – instead of someone who’s going to get back in the corporate world and fail. If your subconscious believes in your abilities, it has no reason to be afraid of going back to the corporate world – and, thus, no reason to sabotage your job search.
During self-sabotage hypnosis, you may also have to replace the satisfaction that your subconscious gets in sabotaging you with something else. For example, you may teach your subconscious to be satisfied with the social interaction of working in an office or the satisfaction of bringing home a paycheck. That way, your subconscious has something else to strive for.
By tapping into the power of self-sabotage hypnosis, it won’t be long before you start to feel more confident and ready to take on the world!