Let Your Personal Narrative Work For You

personal narrative

Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.

-Joseph Murphy

Every person lives a narrative shaped by experience.

This reference point is an important component of “ego” and “frame”. The stories we tell ourselves are rarely 100% accurate due to the subjective nature of living life as observers.

Your personal myth often unconsciously dismisses the holes in its story to maintain it. Mental growth arises out of your ability to make changes in your narrative.

All The Components Of Your Mind Must Work In Harmony
For You To Create Your Ideal Lifestyle

Deep within your mind, you know what your true social value is in a given moment. Even if your ego is misaligned with this narrative as a means for compensation/protection, your unconscious beliefs are what ultimately attract your lifestyle and surroundings.

It takes a lot of repetition of both thoughts and reference experiences for your emotional intelligence to successfully improve. This is why foundational-level changes can never be faked. The mind-body dichotomy allows you to fool the subconscious mind to a degree, but it takes complete and total commitment to genuinely alter your narrative.

The conscious mind has tremendous power in exerting control, but it’s only the tip of the iceberg.

The Subconscious Will Fight The Conscious
If Its Objectives Don’t Align

Your personal narrative dips into both the conscious and subconscious minds. Quietening the conscious mind (ego) via meditation allows your subconscious (intuition) to speak louder. This helps with regards to understanding what your auto-pilot keeps telling you. Once your unconscious tendencies become apparent, you can take conscious action to sculpt them to reflect your goals.

We all have the ability to optimize our personal narratives, but to do so we have to align our egos with our intuition.

Actualization arises as the result of shaping your overall perspective (conscious and subconscious narrative) to react in a valuable manner to outside stimuli.

Man is what he thinks all day long.

-Ralph Waldo Emerson

One of the biggest turning points in my life was when I realized I was sitting in the driver’s seat of my own reality. Up until that moment, I had largely allowed others to steer the wheel because my narrative didn’t fully acknowledge the power of personal responsibility.

I’ve since taken the appropriate steps to invest in the quality of my overall consciousness. You can also do the same.

Your surroundings have a strong influence on your narrative because of their proximity, but nobody has ultimate control over your perspective besides yourself.

Your narrative is the bridge linksing the conscious and subconscious minds – You must strive to remove every false disconnect blocking you from channeling the optimized self within.

Personal narrative is frame.

You’ll never be able to assert yourself wholeheartedly until the storyteller within your mind assumes a genuine high value perspective.


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