Almost anyone fate did not bestow great and continual success. Only the happiness that comes easily, is persistent and accompanied us to the end. Seneca the Younger (born Lucius Annaeus Seneca, called. Philosopher, 4 BC - 65 AD)

Your Subconscious Mind Analysis

The issues on your subconscious mind are most affecting your:

Family Life

Your family life often includes the people you rely on most on a daily basis or in difficult times. These people could be your immediate family like your parents and siblings, or your adult family, including your partner and/or your children. Perhaps your conscious mind is aware that something is troubling you with regard to them or maybe you just have a vague sense that things don't feel quite right.

However tuned in you are to your feelings about your family, you most likely have deeper issues that affect how you are subconsciously viewing your circumstances. Some issues are isolated to one realm of life, but generally an issue affects several areas at once, and to varying degrees.

Your subconscious mind could be preoccupied with your family because of a wide variety of issues you aren't aware of. The following are some pretty common ones that people have around family. Do any resonate with you? Worrying that you aren't doing a good enough job in your family life. You might feel like you can't meet everyone's needs adequately and still take care of yourself. You might worry that you aren't giving enough.

Worrying that you're not doing your best. You might feel like your family is not yet complete, or you may wish there were more intimacy and connection with existing family members.

Worrying that you'll be betrayed. Especially if you've experienced difficulties in the past, you may subconsciously worry that someone in your family will betray you. You may be concerned that you have betrayed or may betray a loved one's trust.

Worrying that you'll be rejected. When unchecked, this common fear can make you overly self-protective, which can make it difficult to relax in your closest relationships.

Wishing you didn't make things so complicated. You might feel like your family life is overly structured, and subconsciously you may wish there were more flexibility to relate freely with your family members. Did any of the issues you just read sound familiar? Once you recognize your subconscious concerns, you'll most likely be better able to find resolution. Follow the steps below and get in touch!

1. Begin writing a list of issues you think might be affecting you in the area of your life that is experiencing some trouble.

2. Consider your scores on the core issues discussed in the "Issues impacting your subconscious" section. Did you score high on any that are affecting the challenging area of your life?

3. Choose one issue to focus on.

4. Bring the issue into your conscious mind in a variety of ways. Leave a note on your bathroom mirror to remind yourself; meditate on where the issue came from and how it impacts your life; talk about it with a friend or partner.

5. In a month or two, ask yourself how/if this issue is still impacting your life in that one area, and then consider whether it's been resolved in all areas of your life. If it still seems like the issue is affecting your well-being, you may want to enlist the help of a therapist. Once everything has shifted for the better, you may want to use the same techniques on other issues.

Though your subconscious mind is currently most preoccupied with your Family Life, there are actually seven additional realms of life it contends with. In this section, you'll find out how your other realms are impacted by learning what your relatively high or low score in that area means.

A real-life example is provided to illustrate the impact certain issues can have on your life and the techniques that can be used to resolve them. You'll find more step-by-step details about how to employ these techniques yourself in the "Tapping into Your Subconscious" section.