“Pay attention to your thoughts. Every thought that is considered correct will be sent to the subconscious brain structure by the consciousness cortex and will be reflected in your world as a reality.” -Joseph Murphy
Our brain is a machine that works constantly. Our subconscious has the power to control our thoughts and feelings without we noticing.
Control of feelings and thoughts as a result of suggestions sent to the subconscious is now a fact accepted by everyone.
We can increase the self-confidence that we frequently need in our daily lives with the suggestions we send to our subconscious. When you feel insecure, 3 of the most frequently used and interesting quotes that can help you recover in a short time:
1) Take a superhero stance
At a TEDx organization in 2012, body language expert and Harvard professor Amy Cuddy states that acting like a superhero increases self-confidence; she says the reason for this is the subconscious identification of this pose is power and confidence. Applying this positive suggestion is very simple:
1) Stand upright, spread your feet to shoulder width.
2) Put your hands on your waist.
3) Stretch your chest.
4) Keep your head up.
5) Wait 30 seconds.
2) Talk to yourself
Jack Ensign Addington, author of the book “100% Power of Thought,” says:
“The subconscious cannot understand negative sentences, give yourself orders with positive sentences.”
The positive messages sent to the subconscious have a very important place to convince your brain. For example;
“I can do that, I have all the skills and capacity to do it. Now it’s time to show it.”
Your subconscious does not question your capacity and abilities, it does not care much. It simply receives messages and turns them into emotions or thoughts. So, it would be more useful for you to send positive messages to it to increase your self-confidence.
Writing positive messages on paper, making your phone wallpaper or e-mailing yourself, making you see it briefly will keep your subconscious vigorous in this regard and will ensure the continuity of the suggestion.
3) Enter the eye contact competition
It is in every living eye contact with eyes in nature, and the first duel occurs between the eyes. Eye contact means superiority, and this issue is more important than you think. (You can look at a more detailed foreign source in this regard.)
Every person in the social environment is in eye contact, the contact that begins in some way ends with a person missing their eyes. While missing your eyes from the person you entered eye contact, it gives the other person a feeling of superiority; it weakens your self-confidence.
For this reason, not to miss your eyes as much as possible in the eye contacts you enter will increase your self-confidence. It also retains the superiority that maintains eye contact.
Of course, the point here is not to stare at people, but to avoid being overwhelmed by eye contact with the person you come across.
If you are afraid of being misunderstood: There are videos specially prepared for eye contact on YouTube. You can watch these videos and improve yourself in this regard.