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Guard Your Mind, Or Lose Your Life

Let’s say you were put in charge of protecting the Emperor of Rome.

Let’s also assume you like the Roman Emperor. He’s a good guy. He hasn’t fed any Christians to tigers or castrated his servant for spilling the wine.

The point is that you’re in charge of guarding his palace. How serious would you be about this duty?

You would likely be hyper-vigilant about who is allowed to enter. You’d also be very careful to make sure that the right people are leaving the building.

While on duty, you wouldn’t be chatting with friends. You wouldn’t be staring at the stars. You wouldn’t be thinking about what you’re going to have for dinner.

You’d be wide awake. Nothing gets in or out without you knowing. You need to protect the Emperor.

Well, why not be the same way with your mind?

Your eyes and ears are the main doorways into your mind (including your subconscious). Don’t blindly allow anything to enter into them.

Don’t sit through TV commercials.

Avoid reading low-quality hack novels.

Don’t let any random DJ on the radio decide what music you listen to.

And, likewise, be vigilant about what comes out of your mouth. What expressions do you use?

How do you react to negative situations? Do you curse and sigh? Or do you take a deep breath, smile and say something that helps the situation?

Guard everything that enters and leaves your mind.

Unfortunately, some of the most cunning negative thoughts enter and leave your mind all the time. They sometimes disguise themselves as friendly thoughts. Or at least “harmless thoughts.” It’s easy to think that they are helping you. In truth, they are secretly plotting your fall.

Isn’t that always the way? Brutus led 40 Roman senators in the assassination of Julius Caesar. Likewise, some of our closest and most trusted subconscious patterns may be out to ruin us.

Even more difficult is dealing with all the traitorous subconscious thinking that has already found a seat in our subconscious senate. How many endless repetitions of Chef Boyardee commercials did you see in the first 12 years of your life? Or were you subject to a verbally abusive parent or sibling?

The point is… that self-sabotaging thoughts have already compromised your mental guard. Assassins to your happiness and success already live inside your head. That’s why it’s essential to know exactly WHICH experiences from your past are driving your innermost thoughts and resulting actions.

One way to begin sorting out which ones are your true friends and allies, and which ones are stabbing you in the back… is to identify the Negative Childhood Imprints that have helped create many of the challenges in your life.

This is difficult to figure out by ourselves – since the truth may be the opposite of what we think. That’s why Natalie Ledwell created her free 30-second “Negative Childhood Imprint” quiz that, through a series of carefully arranged questions, helps you identify the primary childhood experience that is likely to be the most damaging to your career, finances and life.

Click here to take the 30-second quiz and discover your most damaging Negative Childhood Imprint.

After the quiz, you’ll receive a personalized video report detailing your results, plus detailed action steps for erasing this Negative Childhood Imprint from your mind.

Isn’t it time to fill your Mental Senate with the right subconscious thoughts so that you can become the Empress of your own life?