Meditation for Clearing Subconscious Blocks – Matt Sison

by Joshua Houghton on April 14, 2010

Meditation for Clearing Subconscious BlocksMeditation

What are subconscious blocks, and how can we remove them? Everyone has some experience with subconscious blocks; they just don’t always understand how to work through them.

We must understand what they are before meditation for clearing subconscious blocks will work.

A mental block is much like driving a car on a trip. Some interstate miles go by effortlessly. These represent the times in life when you are able to accomplish things, and you are limited only by the energy you put into what you do.

Other parts of your trip are city driving where traffic and stoplights limit how far you can travel. This represents the normal events in life forced upon us by other people and situations. We can do little to change these external elements.

The third part of the trip concerns the traffic jams that completely halt our progress. These roadblocks are like subconscious blocks that keep us from our intended destination. It is during these times that our energy is stuck, and we can’t accomplish our important chores.

When we run into a subconscious boundary, we must find a way to remove it so we can continue our journey. Attempts to go around these roadblocks only result in our trip taking longer and pushing our life destinations further away. The only true way to go is on the straight planned route.

To find a way to remove blockage, we must first understand why it is there. We usually know if it is for protection from a threat or danger. If a block is because of leftover childhood emotions, we should know that, too. A trauma that affects our mental, physical, and emotional self can be the cause of our hesitation in clearing the way.

Hypnosis and meditation both have been used to clear away subconscious blocks. Hypnosis helps to give a positive attitude so that meditation works the way it should.

The way we feel about ourselves affects everything we are able to do and every goal we can reach. Much of the way we perceive ourselves is not in the waking mind, but deep seated in the subconscious. Meditation helps reveal things in our lives holding us back because of often misguided emotions.

It is through meditation for clearing subconscious blocks that we learn how our attitude can directly act on the release of unwanted experiences binding us to incorrect thought. Until we can obtain release of past emotional blocks, life is more challenging than it was meant to be.

Matt Sison

Regression Hypnotherapy Training

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Matt has successfully helped clients deal with issues ranging from weight loss, addictions, fears and phobias, to chronic illness and pain. Some of Matt’s clients include Professional and Olympic athletes and celebrities who rely on him to enhance their athletic and creative talents, while business professionals have tapped into his skills to overcome the blocks to their professional success.

Other hypnotherapists, traditional talk therapists and healing professionals have relied on Matt for assistance in addressing their own issues while sending him clients who need additional help. He’s a dynamic speaker who lectures on the advanced uses of Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy to overcome illnesses and life challenges.

Some of his engagements include lectures and workshops for the “Alive and Well Organization”, “The Cancer Hope Foundation”, and “Easter Seals.” He has been able to “walk the walk” by using hypnotherapy to successfully heal himself from anxiety, panic attacks and genetic high blood pressure.”

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Danni May 11, 2010 at 7:08 PM

Hi Matt,
I would be interested in reading more about this. I started meditation several years ago but put an end to it when I started a relationship with my now Husband. I have started again a couple of months ago. I feel sometimes I am going into a deeper meditative state than other times. Usually when I go into a deeper state of meditation, it is as though I am dreaming. Yesterday, I bought a CD, it is a guided meditation to take you through to meet your spirit guide. I got about half way through to the point where I was meant to meet my spirit guide but I don’t remember anything after this. I assume I am blocking ! ? My Mum was doing this with me. When I “woke up” I didn’t feel like I had been asleep. I looked over to Mum and said, “sorry I must have dosed off” I asked how long ago the CD finished and her reply, ‘Only about a minute ago’. Am I blocking?

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keen April 6, 2012 at 5:48 PM

the dreaming state usually happens to me when I let my thoughts wonder off from the now, try to keep your awareness in the moment, dont fight thoughts when they occur, but dont get lured into pursuing them either, simply observe them and stay in the moment, the point of meditating is to calm you mind, so it doesn’t distract you, a being of awareness, from actually perceiving the universe.

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Matt Sison May 13, 2010 at 1:53 AM

Hi Danni,

I can’t give a proper assessment of what or may not happen. But just from this one meditation it doesn’t necesarilly mean you were blocking. You may have just needed some rest and the went deeper then anticipated so that your body could take a break ;). Do it a few more times and if this keeps happening say after 2 weeks of doing it, you may be blocking.

However, I have a more active meditation program on here that you can download for free. You may want to try that and see what happens.
Best,
Matt

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