The Only Guaranteed Getaway To Become Rich
He’s not alone in this thinking. Robert Kiyosaki, a renown businessman, wrote in his book Rich Dad Poor Dad that coming from a poor family and trying to get rich, your odds of making it are not in your favor. But if you come from a rich family and might not have the essential skills of life, you’ll still have better odds of striking rich.
So why does this hold true in most cases. Think about who you associate with or the support system of your family. Does your support system have values that drag you down, having thoughts like, “oh you can’t make it. Life is too hard for the struggle. Things just don’t work out in my favor” These are the programs that Dr. Lipton was eluding to. If this is 95% of the environment your surrounded by then your subconscious has already made the decision that you won’t be rich.
What about the other 5% or your program? What does it consist of? This is your conscious decision making, your creative intuition. A different style of learning than your subconscious. Your conscious mind can learn from things such as lectures, reading, or going to meet ups. Science says that the first seven years of a child’s brain development predicts 95% of their life programs discussed above.
For your subconscious, this mental state needs repetition to change. Develop habits that change the way your subconscious perceives something and once the subconscious understands something, you won’t need to go back and learn it. It will be automatic.
So is our fate really pre programmed? Does our subconscious lead us to be rich or poor? It may well be, but we can re program our subconscious by beginning to do something daily in a repetitive cycle that can help you break the program. It can change your subconscious way of thinking to allow you to make the positive changes needed for a path to prosperity.
Any “conscious” reader would be asking themselves, “what habits can I start that puts me on a different path, one of a life to becoming rich if my current programs sway poor.” There are many successful people in the world that continuously claim that you are the average of the people you spend the most time with. Hang around four millionaires and you have the best odds of becoming the fifth.
Give yourself permission to be successful. Stop regurgitating the same old narrative that is keeping you back. If you have a subconscious association between success being amoral, or corrupt, of course you’re not going to do what you need to do to live the life you want to live. Instead, give yourself permission to step into a whole, happy, healthy, grounded and meaningful existence.
Begin a gratitude journal. Start shifting your subconscious mindset by writing everything that you are grateful for. Be happy with where you are and less upset because you are not where you want to be. That will come with patience. A great quote I always like to live by, “Be Where You Are”. Meaning, live in the moment and be satisfied with where you are because if you wish away the journey, the end goal of riches may not seem so sweet.
When you get down to the core of the meaning behind Dr. Lipton’s interview, you’ll find that you can either let your subconscious define you or you can take actionable steps to get yourself on a more meaningful path. Our subconscious will consciously make us rich or poor if we let it. Rather, if we take repetitive actions to getting our subconscious on a more successful path, we have better odds of becoming successful.