Unconscious Patterns

Have you ever opened up your mouth and your mum or your dad came out?

Have you ever been in a situation where you’ve done something that you swore you would never ever do?

Whatever has happened in that situation, the patterns run and you’ve repeated it.

Do you hire the same people over and over and over and have the same ongoing challenges with each of them?

We have this thing called unconscious patterning.

They’re the patterns that are programmed into our brain between zero and seven.

It might be:
– People pleaser
– Black sheep
– Rebel

You might have adopted the pattern to be a good girl or a good boy because when you behaved as a good person as a young person, between zero and seven..
Your parents looked at you lovingly.

So you have an unconscious pattern built.

That if I be a good girl or a good boy, I’ll be happy and I’ll be loved.
Even more than that, it sits in perfectionism and success too.
Sometimes we are striving for success and striving for perfectionism to make our parents happy from the belief system and the patterns that we inherited between the age of zero and seven.

It’s a huge space that we work in. Lot’s of scientifically proven tips, tricks and protocols to get you out of those undesired patterns and reprogram you with much better, more sustainable and healthy ones.

If you opening up your mouth still and your mom and dad are coming out.. It is something you need to work on.

If you know you are a people pleaser in life and in business.. This needs to change for your success to accelerate.

So let’s think about how we can remove those unconscious patterns.

I still have some but there are many I’ve got rid of.

As soon as I find one that comes up, I am focused on what it is, where it has come from and how it is impacting my and my life both professionally and personally.

To have it removed and or made into something great that works for me instead of holds me back.

Something to think about.

Mary Jensen
Mindset Master and Behaviour Specialist
M Power Services

About the Author

Mary Jensen has designed, led and built teams for over three decades with Award recognition locally and internationally.