Thoughts lead to feelings. Feelings lead to actions. Actions lead to RESULTS.

An interesting question then becomes. Where do your thoughts come from? Why do you think differently from the next person? Your thoughts originate from files of information that you have in the storage cabinet of your mind. This information comes from your past programming. Your past conditioning determines every thought that bubbles up in your mind. Hence the referral of the conditioned mind.

Then the formula becomes. P (programming) leads to T (thoughts). T leads to F (feelings). F leads to A (actions). A leads to R (results). Therefore just as done with a computer you take the steps to change your results by changing your programming.

We are conditioned in three primary ways in every arena in life. Verbal programming – what did you hear when you were young? Modeling – what did you see when you were young? Specific incidence – what did you experience when you were young?

 

Let’s review an example of money & success.

  • Verbal programming – What did you here about wealth, money, and rich people growing up? Did you ever hear things like: “Save your money for a rainy day”, “Rich people are greedy”,  “Money doesn’t grow on trees”, “Not everyone can be rich”, “We can’t afford it”. All the statements you may have heard remain in your subconscious mind as part of the blueprint that runs your financial life.

 

  • Modeling – What were your parents like in the arena of money? Where they spenders or savers? Where they investors or non-investors? Where they risk takers or conservative? Was money consistently there or was the flow more sporadic? Was money a source of joy or the cause of bitter arguments? Why is this important? You probably heard the expression monkey see – monkey do. Humans are not far behind. We tend to be identical to one or a combination of our parents in the arena of money. But there is also a flip side to that coin and that is that some of us end up being the exact opposite of our parents. This has to do with anger or rebellion – in short, it depends how ticked off you were by them in terms of how they handled money.

 

  • Specific incidence – What did you experience when you were young around money, wealth, and rich people? These experiences are important because they shape the beliefs that you now live by. A simplified example would be if you as a youngster asked your mom for money to buy an icecream. Your mom responds – I don’t have any money, dads got all the money. When this incident repeats several times then you may start to adopt a belief that men have all the money.

If your blueprint isn´t set for success it doesnt matter if you have all the skills and knowledge in the world. You will not be more successful or rich than your blueprints allows you to be.

So how can your blueprint be changed? The first step is awareness. Become aware of what your blueprint is set for by what your thoughts are.

Live with KARMA,

Christer

Co-founder, UnlimitedKarma

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