TAGP 214: 5 Subconscious Anxiety Patterns You May Be Unaware Of

November 18, 2019

subconscious anxiety patterns

Imagine harbouring certain labels about yourself, emotions and beliefs that you’re completely unaware of. Now look at your inner world in the form of your thinking patterns, the feelings you experience, your perceptions and behaviors and imagine never knowing why you do what you do. Welcome to the world of anxiety.

Subconscious anxiety patterns reveal to us why we get the results in our lives that we do.

Nothing is an accident, there’s no such thing. This universe is governed by mental law, it’s directed through energy, and our emotional states dictate what we bring into our lives. You cannot feel an overwhelming feeling of self love consistently and feel bad about your life at the same time, it’s not possible. Simply because your interpretations fall in line with how you start feeling.

Anxiety sufferers focus on what could go wrong, all the time, so they run into situations that go wrong. This may not happen right away but over time the energetic and emotional signals that we put out come back to us unexpectedly. The subconscious mind and anxiety go hand in hand. One harbours an infinite storage system of memory, the other is a result.

Anxiety is never an accident. It’s a set of very well practiced habits of thinking, perceiving, acting and imagining that turn into an identity. You hear people today say ‘I am anxious,’ or ‘I have a mental health disorder.’ They literally own these traits at this point and strengthen them by continuing to identify with what they have, rather than seeing it as a result of what they do.

Anxiety is protection. To stay ‘on guard’ from moment to moment provides a feeling of safety in a world that seems to be getting more unsafe by the minute, or so we’re told.

We are what we are because we’ve believed what others have told us about what we are. Parents, doctors, coaches, teachers, any authority figure can literally re-wire your neural connections by sharing their thoughts about you. Once accepted, you’ll begin unconsciously re-arranging your entire life to fit in line with what you’re told.

As we move farther aways from self love we move closer to self sabotage. We begin looking for that loving feeling through things, people, experiences rather than providing it straight from our inner worlds. These subconscious anxiety patterns have the power to make you believe you’re much lesser than what you are, and undeserving of self love, hence the feelings.

The key is to get to know the connection between the subconscious mind and anxiety better. If you’re never aware of what’s really causing you to feel emotionally distressed you can’t re-negotiate it at a subconscious level. That’s why it’s my job today to bring to your attention the roots of your anxiety disorder, and show you why you keep getting the same results in your life daily.

An anxiety disorder is nothing more than a set of past emotional traumas that have been stored in the mind and body. These traumas are hidden so deep that conscious recollection rarely brings the memories to the surface.

This is where calming exercises for the nervous system comes in. When a person begins slowing down their brainwave states, such as in meditation, they begin to bring to their awareness what they never could before. Anxiety healing can begin, the missing pieces of the puzzle can be revealed, and life can change for the better.

Depth is the key, not managing or coping. An attitude of managing or coping with anxiety won’t get you far. Temporary moments of neutralness at best will arise. But that’s not good enough for a unique human being such as you.

As these subconscious anxiety patterns come to the forefront of your life you may find an overwhelming need to stuff them aside. Not wanting to deal with them, or rationalizing how you can’t deal with them is natural at first. This, overtime gets put aside as dissatisfaction over living with anxiety shows up. Yes, anger an be used for good purposes as well.

An infinite being deserves to live a life free from the mental health limits they’re experiencing.

Let’s put aside motivation for a second though and focus back on practicality. What can we use, now, to improve the way we feel consistently. The answer comes in the form of reframing past events and responding in the moment of anxiousness (this YouTube video has 5 techniques you’ll need). This combination can begin helping to re-negotiate these subconscious anxiety patterns starting today.

Today’s anxiety guy podcast will open your eyes to how you got to where you are. Keep an open mind throughout the episode please. Leave your doubts behind as you explore the world of anxiety at the level we need to. Soon, things will become much clearer to you and with that clarity will come freedom.

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4 comments on “TAGP 214: 5 Subconscious Anxiety Patterns You May Be Unaware Of

  1. Chris Cain Nov 18, 2019

    I listened to this podcast 3 times. I understand much of it, but the part about conversations in the womb really threw me. How do I ever figure that one out?

    • You don’t. These are the types of information that would come out during hypnosis or other works that get to the roots of your anxiety.

  2. Carol Weinberg Nov 22, 2019

    Hi Dennis,
    Thank you so much. I’m a 72 year old woman who has been plagued with anxiety for my entire life. Listening to you and watching you on YouTube has made a significant impact in my life and the way I live it. You are an inspiration. The talk today about sickness and pain was so right on. I am a devoted follower of yours. God bless you for all that you do to help others.