The topic of Guidance of the subliminals is coming up a lot on the forum lately. This question you have been raising is another perfect situation for applying Guidance.
Similar themes have come up in the past when people raised the topics of Shadow and Shadow Work.
There are aspects of us that are rejected or locked away from awareness. Issues that are within those areas may take a longer time to be addressed. First they need to be accepted into the realm of identity, and Who I Am. They can, then, be more thoroughly loved, cared for, and healed.
To some extent, this process (of internal acceptance) happens naturally; without subliminal assistance. Our dreams, our subconscious behaviors, our spontaneous reactions to the people and situations that we witness, and so on, are constantly making brief connections to the processes within us that we have distanced, suppressed, or rejected. Any time that this happens it is a potential invitation for us to accept and embrace additional parts of who and what we are; who and what we can be.
Ultimately, this is a choice, and no subliminal program is going to force you to embrace some aspect of yourself.
Some programs, however, can make it easier to explore the intimidating, rejected, or shameful parts of yourself. They can strengthen your emotional confidence, your flexibility, and your resilience; so that you feel less threatened by the prospects of what you may encounter. This can enable you to become a braver and more courageous explorer of yourself.
And everywhere that you are willing to visit, everywhere you are willing to explore, will now allow the effects of your healing programs to range even farther and to include and accept even more of who you are. It’s a growth process, and your intentional participation is one integral part of that process.
If the above principles are clear, then the responses to your question should also start to be clearer.
You can use Elixir, Dragon Reborn, or Regeneration (any Emotional Healing program) combined with your gradually increasing willingness and determination to explore and accept more of who you are.
You can use “spiritual” programs like The Alchemist combined with the intention to explore and include more of who you are into an enhanced, integrated identity.
The subliminals won’t force you, but they can give you a clear sense of what is possible and an enhanced sense of confidence that you are indeed able to make this journey.
There are also Q-store modules such as Vortexdive Crucible, Righteous Ire, Achilles, Fearsome, and Emotions Unfettered (and others) that directly focus on building an integrative connection with emotions, sensations, and parts of ourselves that we often consider to be challenging, negative, or shameful and so on.
Conversely, there are programs such as Faith Unyielding, Courage Reclaimed, Immortal’s Blade, Immortal’s Courage, and Pride Unbroken that can foster the openness, self-efficacy, and a sense of safety and confidence to face parts of ourselves that we may have suppressed and rejected in the past. Fear of pain, fear of rejection, and fear of being overwhelmed are some of the most common forces underlying our move to lock away these parts of ourselves. Often when the fear decreases, a person will naturally and spontaneously integrate more of who she is.
The fact that you are even exploring these questions so seriously and consistently is a sign that the conscious intention is already active in you. Combining this intention with healing and internal development programs will certainly lead to significant progress in the areas you wish to address.