Podcast: Volleyball Pencils, Outliers and Your Subconscious

Podcast: Volleyball Pencils, Outliers and Your Subconscious

The health club I belong to has an elite junior volleyball program for middle school and high school students. According to their web-site, the program has had 250+ athletes who went on to play volleyball in college. Their teams are competitive at the national level each year and several have won national junior championships. These volleyball players are dedicated athletes that practice several hours each night and play in tournaments just about every weekend.

During the winter and the days when I am not able to run outside, I run inside at the health club which includes the this elite junior volleyball program. As I am running laps on the running track around the volleyball courts, I am able to observe the volleyball practices.

One thing I noticed is that a majority of the volleyball players are female, high-school age players that all look the same. They are all tall, about 5’8″ to 5’10”, thin, all have shoulder length hair, tied up in pony tails. They all are wearing the same volleyball club uniforms, so they all look very similar, almost identical. It is very difficult with just a casual observation to tell any of the players apart.

To me, the volleyball players reminded me of box of pencils, volleyball pencils. A group of very uniform individuals.

“The volleyball players all look so similar, I call them Volleyball Pencils.”

The volleyball pencils remind me of those individuals in our society who live in and controlled by the collective energy of our society.

Being part of the collective energy often means you are living in a passive, dis-empowered state. You are reacting to this collective energy based on what is already programmed in your own subconscious.

In most instances you are not accepting responsibility for the decisions you do make and are not trying to co-create your own life in any positive way.

Of course there were also other athletes on the volleyball court. Athletes who were taller, shorter and had different body types than the other athletes on the volleyball court. These athletes were the “outliers.”

In statistics, an “outlier” is a data point that differs significantly from other observations.

An outlier is typically a person whose thoughts and actions are significantly different than the majority of other people.

One type of outlier is a person who understands and lives by the “Law of Attraction.”

Stephen Lesavich, PhD

The Law of Attraction stated simply is, “like-attracts-like” and that positive or negative thoughts bring positive or negative experiences into a person’s life.

Many outliers who practice the Law of Attraction are those people who have changed the patterns and programming in their own subconscious mind.

 live by the Law of Attraction and co-create a life you truly desire, you need to re-program you subconscious mind to alter any established negative behavior patterns. Re-programming your subconscious mind allows you to live in an active, empowered state, in which “miracles” commonly occur.

However, your subconscious mind will likely cause you to feel emotionally and even physically uncomfortable whenever you attempt to change any of your established behavior patterns.

So how can you overcome resistance to re-program your subconscious mind to create the life you truly desire?

Reprogramming your subconscious to become an outlier who practices the Law of Attraction allows you to make a positive impact in your own life helps you co-create the life you truly desire.

I am definitely an outlier. How about you?

Stephen Lesavich, PhD

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Certified solution-focused life coach and experienced business coach.

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