In our most recent blog post, we introduced what we call The Five Pillars of Trichotillomania Freedom. These Pillars make up what we consider to be the most important elements of our breakthrough trichotillomania relief coaching program – a remarkably successful program by nearly any objective measure. When effectively applied, they make it possible to eliminate trichotillomania as a limitation in one’s life far more easily and quickly than most – even seasoned mental health professionals – imagine possible.
Freedom From Trichotillomania Can Be A Lot Closer Than You Think.
The first Pillar – Commitment to Change – was introduced as an important component to facilitating a quick and easy solution to this problem. In basic terms, the more of a “MUST” we decide it is to rid ourselves of this terribly destructive habit – the more committed we are to eliminating it – the more effortless the process tends to be.
Welcome to the start of a brand new week! We figured there could hardly be a better time to start a brand new series featuring what we call The Five Pillars to Trichotillomania Freedom.
The Five Pillars of Trichotillomania Freedom – Stepping Stones to Your Success
We first published this series over a year ago, but at the time, we didn’t have nearly the following we have now. We’re sharing it again so that those who have joined our “tribe” over the last year also have this benefit of this powerful information.
In our last blog post, we concluded our two-part series about the value of perseverance in achieving virtually any goal – including the very worthy, very achievable goal of ridding oneself of trichotillomania. In that article, we offered seven powerful keys to perseverance, including “Believe your goal is possible.”
In today’s article, we’re going to teach you not only the importance of hoping or believing your goal is possible – but in fact, how to program your subconscious mind to move toward your goal (also called an “outcome”) – even all on its own, while your conscious mind is busy managing life’s day to day activities.
Your subconscious mind can be your greatest ally on your journey to trichotillomania freedom.
The language of the mind is pictures, sounds and feelings. That’s why simply “knowing” or telling yourself in words what you want usually isn’t enough. It also explains why simple affirmations such as “I have no urges, I have no urges, I have no urges” generally don’t work.
Instead, it’s necessary to show your brain what you want – presumably, to be able to live entirely free from trichotillomania. And when you do it right, your brain will be all too happy to follow your direction.
In our last blog post, we introduced the winning mindset of Olympic athletes. We compared this winning mindset with that of individuals who’ve suffered with trichotillomania for perhaps long periods of time and who eventually found a way to conquer it no matter how many failures they’d endured beforehand.
Give up or persevere? The choice is one that we – and only we – get to make.
What would have happened if these folks had given up? What would have happened if they’d decided that all their failed attempts to resolve the problem in the past meant they had no chance in the future? The answer seems obvious.