How to change a paradigm

Unlocking Your Potential: The Power of Changing Paradigms

Today, I want to dive into a topic that's had a big impact on my life: changing paradigms. But before we jump into that, let's take a moment to understand what a paradigm actually is.

A paradigm is a multitude of habits that are stored within the subconscious mind. They control our behaviors.

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If you're anything like me, you might have first heard about paradigms from the legendary Bob Proctor. He was a true inspiration, and his insights continue to resonate with me to this day. Paradigms, as Bob would say, are like a web of habits that shape our lives. We all have habits, both good and bad, that dictate our actions on a daily basis.

Think about it for a moment. How many times have you found yourself saying, "I know I should change this, but..."? It's like there's a force pulling us back into our old ways, and that force, my friends, is our subconscious mind at work.

Your subconscious mind is in control

You see, about 95% of our lives are governed by our subconscious, while only a mere 5% is influenced by our conscious thoughts. That's why breaking free from old habits can feel like an uphill battle. We're essentially operating on autopilot, guided by deeply ingrained programs formed over years of experiences and conditioning.

Take your morning routine, for example. From the moment you wake up to the time you brush your teeth and grab your morning coffee, it's all become second nature. And then there are those sneaky habits, like reaching for something sweet after a meal, that seem to have a hold on us.

But here's the thing: if you want to change your life, you've got to change your paradigm. And one of the most powerful ways to do that is through the magic of repetition.

How to shift a paradigm

Now, I'm a bit of an audio enthusiast, so I love turning to audiobooks and personal recordings for inspiration. In fact, I once recorded a conversation I had with Bob Proctor and listened to it every single day for many years. And you know what? It worked.

Repetition is key because it helps to reprogram our subconscious minds. Think of it like installing a software update on your computer. You're essentially replacing old, outdated beliefs with new, empowering ones.

So how do you go about changing your paradigm? Well, there are a few different approaches you can take. One option is visualization. Take some time to imagine the life you want to live, the person you want to become, and the habits you want to cultivate. Really immerse yourself in the experience and let those visions guide you.

Another technique is creating affirmations or vision boards. By affirming your goals and desires on a daily basis, you're reinforcing the new paradigm you want to adopt.

And let's not forget about the power of writing. Grab a pen and paper and jot down your vision for the future. Read it aloud every morning and every night, and watch as your subconscious begins to align with your conscious desires.


Of course, none of this is easy. Breaking free from old patterns and beliefs can be downright challenging. But remember, the obstacles we face are often internal rather than external. It's our own limiting beliefs and fears that hold us back.

But here's the good news: with dedication and perseverance, you can overcome those obstacles and create the life you've always dreamed of. So why not give these techniques a try? Who knows, they might just be the catalyst for your own paradigm shift.

If you have any questions or thoughts you'd like to share, feel free to drop them in the comments below. I love hearing from you all!

Until next time, take care and keep striving for greatness.

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Paul Wadsworth

Paul Wadsworth is a transformational mind, body, and lifestyle coach in Vancouver BC. He helps people worldwide to reinvent themselves physically, mentally, and emotionally, so they can live with more energy, confidence, and clarity.

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