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Published: October 29, 2017

We create our good or bad luck from our unconscious programming

As more pressure and the shift in consciousness occurs in the world in 2017, are you attracting good or bad luck?

Some are really struggling more and seem to be attracting more disasters in life and business without knowing what to do about it.

My core belief is that we create our own luck. Is it Karma, or our unconscious programming? Well both I suggest but the only one of the two I can easily explain is the second, our unconscious programming creates our luck. This programming helps to create the events we attract in our life. For example, our conscious mind is between 4-10% of our capacity, with between 90-96% of our power in our unconscious mind. Yet our school system does not teach us the important facts about how our unconscious stuff creates our luck!

In the following blog post on my personal blog http://www.robertcrobertson.com/category/blog/ I share a true story about a client who attracts bad luck. This is based on the belief that success is not an accident because challenges are simply the feedback necessary to change and look at the learning from this occurrence. The head will always want to judge such events as bad, yet if we are fully present and follow our other intelligence, then we build a knowing, a self-trust which is an indescribable calm which we cannot analysis or conceptualise in the head. This is emotional fitness and the important feelings of inner-flow, inner trust.

See below link or click here to read the full post on what creates our good and bad luck.

Our unconscious programming creates our good or bad luck in life and business

If we compare Emotional Fitness with Emotional Intelligence what is the difference?

Emotional Fitness is a newer term. Many people know about Emotional Intelligence, yet Emotional Fitness a subset of the broader category of Emotional Intelligence.

As explained in the following table, Emotional Fitness is more focused on the internal use and expression of emotions. While Emotional Intelligence is also focused on external relationships, as explained below.

The definition of Emotional Fitness is our level or ability to fully understand and use our emotional capacity to achieve high-performance.

Like a muscle, our emotions only support us if we use them. Hence good Emotional Fitness refers to being fully aware and in-tune emotionally, able to express and feel the full array of emotions. Not just being positive, able to handle and beneficially use negative emotions. See last weeks blog post for an example.

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Tagged With: emotional expression, Emotional Fitness, Emotional Intelligence, High-performance, self-esteem

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