When you hear the phrase 'comfort zone' you picture feeling warm and cozy, surrounded by soft pillows. This is what your subconscious wants you to think! Its job is to keep you safe, and its wired to warn you off trying anything new. When you feel the natural fear of stepping outside of your comfort zone your subconscious will send a flood of scary thoughts.
Everyone's comfort zone is different, but it's a series of habits you've collected over the years based on limiting beliefs from your childhood. Up to the age of around 6, children absorb everything around them, without having the capacity to filter anything out. Even words and actions that adults would know are bad are accepted as the norm.
So, every decision you make comes from the perception of a child. You have the choice to face your fears, and release them. If you don't address them, you will encounter a painful future. Your dreams will disintegrate into bitter regrets, and they will manifest in unhappiness and dissatisfaction.
Until you leave your comfort zone behind, and step on the path towards your dream, you will find pain presenting itself in different ways. Your body will nudge you to wake up and listen to your heart. The stress of unhappiness will manifest in headaches or stomach upsets, and if you ignore them you could develop more serious issues.
Staying stuck will only cause you pain.
You don't have to let frustration from not achieving your goals overwhelm you. You can release the limiting beliefs from childhood peacefully with ZPoint. You will find physical pain leaves your body as you relax deeply and lose tension. Letting go of old memories leaves you feeling lighter, much happier, and positive about your future.
You don't have to struggle with the painful trap of fear - especially when you don't know why you keep hitting blocks. I source the root cause of your issue that was locked in your subconscious, setting you free to claim your dream. Get in touch to feel the difference.
Run from what's comfortable.
Live where you fear to live.
“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.” ~ Neale Donald Walsch
"All progress takes place outside the comfort zone." ~ Michael John Bobak