Do you always feel like you’re not good enough?
It’s no wonder, with the media constantly telling you that you have problems.
Your home is too small.
Your air ducts are too dirty.
Your basement floor is ugly.
Oh, and you need the newest self-actualization program in order to feel remotely successful.
Those statements sell products. They also make you feel bad about yourself. Hear enough of them, and you can be left feeling suicidal.
Positive statements don’t sell.
No one is interested in hearing about how great everyone and everything is. Those sentences make for boring media. They don’t move goods off shelves or entice people to trade money for services.
Positive statements don’t stick.
Because they sound boring and dorky, you will likely ignore, at least in part, any positive affirmations that you try to say to yourself while you are fully conscious. You believe so strongly in your own inadequacies that your mind won’t trust anything else it hears. It doubts. It shrugs off. It rejects your attempts to persuade it of your own virtues.
Posthypnotic suggestions embed.
Whether you trust those ideas or not, you need them in order to survive in this cruel world. While you’re drowsy in a trance (affiliate link), you won’t care enough to reject the affirmations that your subconscious mind desperately needs to hear. And if you repeat that process often enough, eventually all those media messages won’t have any effect on you.
Do you want to feel good about yourself again? Are you scared about how trances work? Let’s chat in replies.