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My journey back to my roots and understanding that even with traditional therapy I found myself repeating the subconscious patterns that were held deeply within many generations of my family. It was this journey into subconscious healing that finally became the game changer that helped me to fully know myself and connect with my soul's true purpose in this lifetime.

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Imposter Syndrome is the Subconscious Mind Running Wild

October 11, 20235 min read

Imposter Syndrome

Imposter Syndrome is the Subconscious Mind Running Wild

Alignment of your authentic self comes from breaking down false subconscious beliefs.

Photo by Chris Yang on Unsplash

Imposter syndrome is rampant and has affected you more than once. Why is this so commonly our reaction as humans?

Remember when you were trying to measure up to some external standard? It could be a physical or mental attribute or bar, as in weight, beauty, or proficiency, for a certification or qualification for a job or project you desired.

This is when you place external standards on yourself to achieve something you desire in life. Imposter syndrome is rooted in our desire for something different. It signifies a shift out of our comfort zone and into something new.

It is essential to understand that our brain comprises conscious and subconscious parts.

Simply put, the conscious parts are what you think of as your ego and your external roles in life.

The subconscious parts of you are less noticeable and more nuanced. These parts can get stuck in the past and keep us from moving forward.

Your mind left to its own devices, is often stuck between managing the current situation using automatic subconscious programming mixed with the roles and expectations from work, relationships, and life.

There is a famous quote that several great thinkers have stated in many ways: Buddha, Teddy Roosevelt, Eckard Tolle, and more.

You are not your thoughts.

What is really behind this?

Thoughts are the root of all conflict within the human brain.

I am not a scientist, but I have learned how the subconscious mind works and how to rewire it. Here is a simple breakdown:

The Subconscious Mind

Your subconscious mind is like a video recording of every experience you have had.

It contains clips of all the emotions, memories, and beliefs that came with those moments: the good, the bad, and the ugly.

Everything from the intense feelings of the undeveloped brain of your five-year-old self who had no choice but to conform to the wishes and wills of caregivers at that time to the defiant teen who saw no logic in parental rules.

Each experience created an imprint.

Your subconscious mind has a bias toward negativity. It contains all these parts of you that had these experiences. These parts go into protective mode to stop you from feeling the pain or emotion from those past experiences.

Each year of your life, these experiences are recorded, sorted, and organized into “parts” of you.

They live within your subconscious mind unless you do something to neutralize them. They can play an active role in getting in the way of your happiness.

The Clash Between The Conscious and Subconscious Minds

These parts can do this by rearing up in your conscious mind whenever you want to do something new, make a change, or take a risk in your life.

Then, add into the equation that our families, friends, and cultural expectations all add their individual and collective “parts” to the equation.

They are the sounding boards upon which many of us ask for advice or approval when moving out of our comfort zones and trying to make change happen.

Add in the ego and its constructs, and now you have the odds stacked against you in this powerful force; we have given it a “syndrome” label. It has become a psychological phenomenon.

Here Comes Imposter Syndrome

We all know the ego has been demonized as the part of us that makes foolish choices or less-than-positive ones, at the very least.

The bottom line of imposter syndrome is that it is a reactionary state. One which feels like we have no control.

Yet, the past in the form of the subconscious recordings of past emotions, memories, and beliefs stand in the way of making different conscious choices.

The essence of solving this very human problem lies in deep inner work. It signifies the lack of connection with the deeper authentic self.

Many artists and great creative minds struggle(d) to create epic life works with ease and flow. We see this in the story of their rocky lives, often filled with addictions, blocks to creation, and disconnection from themselves and others.

It is as if the voices of the subconscious parts become more potent than the present self.

Photo by Siim Lukka on Unsplash

Mindfulness and Alignment

This is why mindfulness practices have become so common. There is so much disconnection within the self, families, communities, cultures, countries, and the world.

This disconnection has only led to more feelings of imposter syndrome.

Alignment is the key, and mindfulness is the door that needs to be unlocked and empowered with you.

Alignment of the present self with all its knowledge and experiences, all its hopes and dreams that, if left to its subconscious devices, will be blocked by shadows of the past.

This does not have to be your destiny.

You are not suffering from a syndrome or diagnosis.

You are separated from yourself. Stuck in the past and need help accessing your hopes, dreams, and creative powers.

You can set yourself free to become anything you want in this life.

You can get unstuck if you are ready and open to these fantastic neuroscience tools. The origins of this method are based on Family Systems therapy and neurolinguistic programming.


To learn more about subconscious healing, check out my articles, Unlock Your Intuition: Discover Your Path to Inner Guidance, Effective Change Comes from Alignment Rather Than Problem-Solving, Negative Emotions as a Catalyst for Change, or Humans Function Better When All Their Parts Operate in Alignment.

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Imposter Syndrome is the Subconscious Mind Running Wild

October 11, 20235 min read

Imposter Syndrome

Imposter Syndrome is the Subconscious Mind Running Wild

Alignment of your authentic self comes from breaking down false subconscious beliefs.

Photo by Chris Yang on Unsplash

Imposter syndrome is rampant and has affected you more than once. Why is this so commonly our reaction as humans?

Remember when you were trying to measure up to some external standard? It could be a physical or mental attribute or bar, as in weight, beauty, or proficiency, for a certification or qualification for a job or project you desired.

This is when you place external standards on yourself to achieve something you desire in life. Imposter syndrome is rooted in our desire for something different. It signifies a shift out of our comfort zone and into something new.

It is essential to understand that our brain comprises conscious and subconscious parts.

Simply put, the conscious parts are what you think of as your ego and your external roles in life.

The subconscious parts of you are less noticeable and more nuanced. These parts can get stuck in the past and keep us from moving forward.

Your mind left to its own devices, is often stuck between managing the current situation using automatic subconscious programming mixed with the roles and expectations from work, relationships, and life.

There is a famous quote that several great thinkers have stated in many ways: Buddha, Teddy Roosevelt, Eckard Tolle, and more.

You are not your thoughts.

What is really behind this?

Thoughts are the root of all conflict within the human brain.

I am not a scientist, but I have learned how the subconscious mind works and how to rewire it. Here is a simple breakdown:

The Subconscious Mind

Your subconscious mind is like a video recording of every experience you have had.

It contains clips of all the emotions, memories, and beliefs that came with those moments: the good, the bad, and the ugly.

Everything from the intense feelings of the undeveloped brain of your five-year-old self who had no choice but to conform to the wishes and wills of caregivers at that time to the defiant teen who saw no logic in parental rules.

Each experience created an imprint.

Your subconscious mind has a bias toward negativity. It contains all these parts of you that had these experiences. These parts go into protective mode to stop you from feeling the pain or emotion from those past experiences.

Each year of your life, these experiences are recorded, sorted, and organized into “parts” of you.

They live within your subconscious mind unless you do something to neutralize them. They can play an active role in getting in the way of your happiness.

The Clash Between The Conscious and Subconscious Minds

These parts can do this by rearing up in your conscious mind whenever you want to do something new, make a change, or take a risk in your life.

Then, add into the equation that our families, friends, and cultural expectations all add their individual and collective “parts” to the equation.

They are the sounding boards upon which many of us ask for advice or approval when moving out of our comfort zones and trying to make change happen.

Add in the ego and its constructs, and now you have the odds stacked against you in this powerful force; we have given it a “syndrome” label. It has become a psychological phenomenon.

Here Comes Imposter Syndrome

We all know the ego has been demonized as the part of us that makes foolish choices or less-than-positive ones, at the very least.

The bottom line of imposter syndrome is that it is a reactionary state. One which feels like we have no control.

Yet, the past in the form of the subconscious recordings of past emotions, memories, and beliefs stand in the way of making different conscious choices.

The essence of solving this very human problem lies in deep inner work. It signifies the lack of connection with the deeper authentic self.

Many artists and great creative minds struggle(d) to create epic life works with ease and flow. We see this in the story of their rocky lives, often filled with addictions, blocks to creation, and disconnection from themselves and others.

It is as if the voices of the subconscious parts become more potent than the present self.

Photo by Siim Lukka on Unsplash

Mindfulness and Alignment

This is why mindfulness practices have become so common. There is so much disconnection within the self, families, communities, cultures, countries, and the world.

This disconnection has only led to more feelings of imposter syndrome.

Alignment is the key, and mindfulness is the door that needs to be unlocked and empowered with you.

Alignment of the present self with all its knowledge and experiences, all its hopes and dreams that, if left to its subconscious devices, will be blocked by shadows of the past.

This does not have to be your destiny.

You are not suffering from a syndrome or diagnosis.

You are separated from yourself. Stuck in the past and need help accessing your hopes, dreams, and creative powers.

You can set yourself free to become anything you want in this life.

You can get unstuck if you are ready and open to these fantastic neuroscience tools. The origins of this method are based on Family Systems therapy and neurolinguistic programming.


To learn more about subconscious healing, check out my articles, Unlock Your Intuition: Discover Your Path to Inner Guidance, Effective Change Comes from Alignment Rather Than Problem-Solving, Negative Emotions as a Catalyst for Change, or Humans Function Better When All Their Parts Operate in Alignment.

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Imposter Syndrome is the Subconscious Mind Running Wild

October 11, 20235 min read

Imposter Syndrome

Imposter Syndrome is the Subconscious Mind Running Wild

Alignment of your authentic self comes from breaking down false subconscious beliefs.

Photo by Chris Yang on Unsplash

Imposter syndrome is rampant and has affected you more than once. Why is this so commonly our reaction as humans?

Remember when you were trying to measure up to some external standard? It could be a physical or mental attribute or bar, as in weight, beauty, or proficiency, for a certification or qualification for a job or project you desired.

This is when you place external standards on yourself to achieve something you desire in life. Imposter syndrome is rooted in our desire for something different. It signifies a shift out of our comfort zone and into something new.

It is essential to understand that our brain comprises conscious and subconscious parts.

Simply put, the conscious parts are what you think of as your ego and your external roles in life.

The subconscious parts of you are less noticeable and more nuanced. These parts can get stuck in the past and keep us from moving forward.

Your mind left to its own devices, is often stuck between managing the current situation using automatic subconscious programming mixed with the roles and expectations from work, relationships, and life.

There is a famous quote that several great thinkers have stated in many ways: Buddha, Teddy Roosevelt, Eckard Tolle, and more.

You are not your thoughts.

What is really behind this?

Thoughts are the root of all conflict within the human brain.

I am not a scientist, but I have learned how the subconscious mind works and how to rewire it. Here is a simple breakdown:

The Subconscious Mind

Your subconscious mind is like a video recording of every experience you have had.

It contains clips of all the emotions, memories, and beliefs that came with those moments: the good, the bad, and the ugly.

Everything from the intense feelings of the undeveloped brain of your five-year-old self who had no choice but to conform to the wishes and wills of caregivers at that time to the defiant teen who saw no logic in parental rules.

Each experience created an imprint.

Your subconscious mind has a bias toward negativity. It contains all these parts of you that had these experiences. These parts go into protective mode to stop you from feeling the pain or emotion from those past experiences.

Each year of your life, these experiences are recorded, sorted, and organized into “parts” of you.

They live within your subconscious mind unless you do something to neutralize them. They can play an active role in getting in the way of your happiness.

The Clash Between The Conscious and Subconscious Minds

These parts can do this by rearing up in your conscious mind whenever you want to do something new, make a change, or take a risk in your life.

Then, add into the equation that our families, friends, and cultural expectations all add their individual and collective “parts” to the equation.

They are the sounding boards upon which many of us ask for advice or approval when moving out of our comfort zones and trying to make change happen.

Add in the ego and its constructs, and now you have the odds stacked against you in this powerful force; we have given it a “syndrome” label. It has become a psychological phenomenon.

Here Comes Imposter Syndrome

We all know the ego has been demonized as the part of us that makes foolish choices or less-than-positive ones, at the very least.

The bottom line of imposter syndrome is that it is a reactionary state. One which feels like we have no control.

Yet, the past in the form of the subconscious recordings of past emotions, memories, and beliefs stand in the way of making different conscious choices.

The essence of solving this very human problem lies in deep inner work. It signifies the lack of connection with the deeper authentic self.

Many artists and great creative minds struggle(d) to create epic life works with ease and flow. We see this in the story of their rocky lives, often filled with addictions, blocks to creation, and disconnection from themselves and others.

It is as if the voices of the subconscious parts become more potent than the present self.

Photo by Siim Lukka on Unsplash

Mindfulness and Alignment

This is why mindfulness practices have become so common. There is so much disconnection within the self, families, communities, cultures, countries, and the world.

This disconnection has only led to more feelings of imposter syndrome.

Alignment is the key, and mindfulness is the door that needs to be unlocked and empowered with you.

Alignment of the present self with all its knowledge and experiences, all its hopes and dreams that, if left to its subconscious devices, will be blocked by shadows of the past.

This does not have to be your destiny.

You are not suffering from a syndrome or diagnosis.

You are separated from yourself. Stuck in the past and need help accessing your hopes, dreams, and creative powers.

You can set yourself free to become anything you want in this life.

You can get unstuck if you are ready and open to these fantastic neuroscience tools. The origins of this method are based on Family Systems therapy and neurolinguistic programming.


To learn more about subconscious healing, check out my articles, Unlock Your Intuition: Discover Your Path to Inner Guidance, Effective Change Comes from Alignment Rather Than Problem-Solving, Negative Emotions as a Catalyst for Change, or Humans Function Better When All Their Parts Operate in Alignment.

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