Did you know that your body holds the key to every one of your fears, insecurities and limitations? Your body knows what you think you’re worth, why you can’t change and whether or not you can successfully negotiate a car deal. Of course we all want the most car for the least money, but most of us privately doubt whether we are really good, smart, or worthy enough to get the best deal. This type of “thinking” ends up determining our success.
How can this be? Emotions are part of the natural response process people have to virtually every situation we encounter. Each emotional response is produced from a chemical reaction in our body, triggered by events that occurred in the past. In other words, we don’t respond newly to events happening right now. Instead, our brain is programmed to attach the new experience to a prior one, some similar situation from the past. In a split second, these experiences combine, and the “new” experience triggers an unconscious reaction to the past, and we behave accordingly. In this way, “emotional baggage” from a single, seemingly insignificant past event can residually impact our behavior in the present, instantaneously building “safe” boundaries for what we say is possible, but ultimately disempowering ourselves and limiting our full potential. Negotiating for a car is a stressful occasion likely to trigger such an incongruous response in the body.
The human brain has three major parts called the neo-cortex, limbic system and reptilian brain, which all have a drive of their own. When any of these three parts are in conflict, you will sabotage your conscious will to satisfy the desires of one or more of the other drives. Emotional alignment means all three parts of your brain are rowing together in the same direction to take you where you consciously want to be going.
Suppose your neo-cortex, or conscious mind, wants you to have a successful car buying negotiation. This is rational, logical and a good way to save money. Coincidentally, your reptilian brain, which is unconscious and consumed by survival, is terrified that you’re going to be dominated and taken advantage of by the salesperson. Moreover, your limbic system or subconscious mind is paralyzed by how much the salesperson reminds you of your struggling brother, of whom you’d never dream of taking advantage.
The problem of alignment becomes obvious when described in such a hypothetical way. With these differing patterns of thought and feeling running in the background of your car negotiation, it is very unlikely that you will be successful. In most cases, however, we are clueless about what is going on in the limbic (subconscious) or reptilian (unconscious) parts of our brain.
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Where you are in incongruent?
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Barbara Schwarck, PCC, MPIA
President, Clear Intentions
As a Leadership Coach, Personal Life Coach, and author of From Intuition to Entrepreneurship: a Woman’s Guide to Following Her Dream, Barbara has the insight to achieve quick and lasting success with a focus on bottom-line results. And, since success involves the entire person, Barbara has created Neuro Emotional Coaching®, a cutting edge 4-step process rooted in neuroscience that combines personal coaching with knowledge of the human brain and its impact on change and leadership.