What is the Subconscious Mind and what does it do

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What is The Subconscious Mind and How Much Does it Control You

The subconscious mind controls you and your life. You can change it and your life will change.

The subconscious mind stores a lot of important information already before birth. From birth on beliefs are programmed. This varies from family to family and from region to region. This programming affects our lives very much. It is changeable and adaptable.

The Subconscious controls you

Latest Research About The Subconscious Mind Shows:

  1. The subconscious mind is intelligent. (Silverman and Weinberger 1995, Bornstein 1990). However, the subconscious mind makes decisions based on its programming and is unable to make the best decision for you. Only when you gather information and discuss with others you can make a good decision that has not or only partly been influenced by your programming.
  2. The subconscious mind processes external impressions and stimuli and responds faster than the conscious mind.
  3. The subconscious makes a decision seconds before you think that you have made a decision. That we make decisions is a misperception and that we have a free will an illusion.
  4. The subconscious mind acts because of its programming, which can only be changed with great difficulty or subliminally.
  5. The conscious mind acts upon the subconscious programming. That is why you can‘t change your subconscious programming with your conscious thinking. Affirmations in Subliminalls bypass the conscious mind and the programming that you actually want to change. If you listen to a subliminal, you can‘t consciously hear the affirmations, but the subconscious mind picks them up.

The subconscious makes a decision seconds before you think you have made a decision.

The programming of your subconscious is responsible for your behavior, your thinking, how you are feeling, your decisions and your actions. Do not use this knowledge as an excuse. It’s better you change your programming.

There are several layers of consciousness, as explained already by Freud in 1924. But this is not discussed in this article. This is about how much the subconscious mind influences our thinking, feeling, our perception, our decisions, our actions and thus our whole life.

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Perception and Subconscious Mind

The programming of your subconscious mind is responsible for what you perceive. One and the same object can be perceived from one Person large and beautiful and from another little and not to his liking.

The programming of your subconscious mind is responsible for what you perceive.

Conscious and unconscious perception differ greatly. (Simon Boag, Sydney, Australia, Making Sense of Subliminal Perception in Advances in Psychology Research).
If you walk down a street, you will notice only a few things. The subconscious perceives everything and saves it in its programming. There are too many impressions for the conscious mind. To perceive all, the consciousness would be overwhelmed. Stop and take a look around. Shapes, colors, movements. buildings, cars, people and their clothing.

Each person perceives different things in the same environment. What a Person perceives depends on the programming and the motivation of the individual. Someone who grew up in a small town or in the countryside is overwhelmed in a busy big city. For someone who grew up in a big city and is used to big buildings and shops, everything is too small in a small town.

If there is more than one witness to an accident, there are several accounts of the accident. Under hypnosis the Knowledge of the subconscious is available, more details and more detailed descriptions of the incident come to light.

In a scientific experiment several witnesses were asked what they have seen. A woman has been attacked and fell to the ground, in front of the witnesses. When asked what color her coat had, the answers were very different. Her coat was red. – No, it was brown. – It was creamy-white. I am convinced of that. None of the ten witnesses could remember that the coat was a dark grey. Also in this example, the programming of the subconscious has controlled the perception of the witnesses. White represents innocense, red a complicity.

The following experiment is well-known: You watch a video of a theater with modern dance and you are then asked if you have seen the gorilla. Gorilla? The excerpt with the dance performance is played again. This time you are looking for a gorilla. And really, there is a man dressed as a gorilla walking slowly in front of the dancers across the stage. How can that be that you have overlooked him? Your focus was on the dancers. Your consciousness did not perceive the gorilla

If you’re driving and want to cross a road, your subconscious will make sure you hit the brake in time if there comes a car from the crossroad. Your consciousness would be too slow.

If several people have to make a decision in similar circumstances that affect their lives, everyone will decide differently. Here the programming of the subconscious takes over and makes the decision. A person may make a decision that will help him in life. He is ready to take the necessary effort, take responsibility and risks. Another person may not make a decision and decide against it because he or she does not feel up to any of the possibilities. For this person doing nothing is better than taking responsibility and a risk. A third person might opt for a possibility that comes without responsibility and risk but with more work. Most people are not ready to take on responsibilities.

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The Subconscious is responsible

Memory and Subconscious Mind

If all your knowledge were in your consciousness, you would go insane. Your knowledge is stored in the subconscious and can be accessed if needed. Unfortunately, that does not always work.

If all your knowledge were in your consciousness, you would go insane.

When you meet a friend whom you have not seen for a long time or you have not thought of his name, you greet him by his first or last name. You get this partial knowledge quickly. It happens that you can not remember the name. It is on your tongue, but you do not remember it. The knowledge is there, but remains unconscious.

As mentioned above, your subconscious mind perceives many things that you do not notice with your consciousness. Much of what you are aware of, you quickly forget. The subconscious mind stores what it has perceived.

Definition of the Subconscious Mind

Various terminology about the word subconscious mind:

The subconscious mind is a psychic term that encompasses the psychic realm between the unconscious stratum and the psychic processes accessible to the awake consciousness. A precise separation is not possible. (from: The large encyclopedia in color, production Otto Gaub, special edition 1980).

A precise Separation of the consciousness and the subconsciousness is not possible.

Subconsciousness, used since the 18th century ambiguous psychological term, which is generally referred to the areas of consciousness, the contents of which are below the current threshold of consciousness and thus deprived of rational controllability. The contents that are not or not directly accessible to the consciousness are usually referred to as unconscious or preconscious. (from Meyer’s Great Pocket Lesson, Bibliographic Institute Mannheim, Vienna, Zurich, Meyers Lexikonverlag 1982)

The unconscious is in psychology that area of the human psyche that is not directly accessible to consciousness. In everyday language, it is often referred to as subconscious. It is assumed that unconscious mental processes decisively influence human action, thinking and feeling.. By contrast, the psychical region known as the preconscious includes all psychic processes and contents that are not activated at the moment but, in contrast to the unconscious, are in principle accessible and can be reactivated at any time in case of need. (from Wikipedia.org, 2013)

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The Subconscious Mind Makes Decisions

The subconscious  mind makes decisions, not you consciously. Even before you think about something, your subconscious has decided what is right and what is wrong.

Even before you think about something, your subconscious has decided what is right and what is wrong.

What we call intuition happens through experiences and repetitions of these experiences. Because of the repetitions they become part of the programming of the subconscious mind.

When you do or say something that others think is right, you have done or said something known to others and found it to be correct based on your experience. On the other hand, if you do or say something that others disagree with, it is something that is unknown to others. The decision as to whether something is right or wrong is controlled by the subconscious mind, based on experiences.

If you do or say something that others disagree with, it is something that is unknown to others.

How the subconscious mind works can partly be explained by the example of driving a car. When you learn to drive a car, you have to think about every single handle. As soon as you have practiced driving, almost everything goes by itself. You do not consciously think about when to shift, when to step on the gas pedal, when on the brake. When you switch from a car with circuit to a car with automatic gear, you realize how much you are used to switching. gears For a few days, one has to think not to switch, until the changed behavior has become a habit and thus part of the programming of the subconscious mind.

When something has become a habit, it is difficult to change it. A habit is deeply embedded in the programming of the subconscious mind. To change part of it requires many repetitions of the desired behavior.

We are aware of some of our habits, but only a few are aware that eating preferences, the level of income, the strength of self-esteem, a particular lifestyle, and the like are habits and part of the subconscious programming.

The Subconscious Mind is Programmed From The Beginning

The subconscious mind is preprogrammed with important software and is further programmed already during pregnance and then during the early years of childhood.

The programming of the subconscious already begins in the womb and continues steadily. From birth until the fourth year, the subconscious mind is completely open and receptive. What is put in during this time is deeply embedded and very difficult to change. In the first years of life, we are mainly influenced by parents and other caregivers, such as grandparents and nannies, as well as by media such as TV, radio and Internet, but also by friends. When we go to school, teachers are involved in the programming.

When programming the subconscious mind, the culture of the country in which we grow up and live plays a role. This includes eating habits, lifestyle, ways of thinking. There may be clashes between people from two different countries, when both think that their way of thinking and living is the best. How much do you realize that some of your views are country specific?

Too many people have deadlocked views. These views are mostly educated and deeply anchored in the subconscious mind. Think about your views. What do you think about happiness? What makes you happy? How do you define wealth and poverty? What does money mean for you? When do you think you are rich? What means good or high education? And then ask yourself, what was said to you as a child about these things.

If you change the programming of your subconscious mind and if it is just a mindset or a habit, your whole life will change.

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Subconscious Mind and Cell Information

I think that much of what we call the programming of the subconsciousness is body-independent, that is, purely spiritual or, in other words, pure information that is not linked to our space-time continuum. Based on observations during experiments, assumptions can be made about what the subconscious mind is and what functions it has. I think that what many call the subconscious mind is the cellular information, also called cell information, that exists in each of our cells.

In the subconscious mind, innate behaviors and instincts, learned behaviors, are programmed with beliefs, mindsets, patterns of emotions, and habits that exist in all cells.

In a transplantation of an organ, the cell information of the organ donor is introduced into the patient. Again and again it is found after transplantations that the patient with the transplanted organ also gets habits and ways of thinking of the organ donor. For example, a young woman who did not drink any alcohol was transplanted the heart of a man who liked to drink beer. When she woke up after the operation, she said to her mother, “Now I would like a glass of beer.”

There is evidence about that. To my knowledge there is still no research on what happens when programming is different of donor and patient of the transplantation. How much of the programming of the subconscious with organ transplantation is passed on and how the new cell information relates to the cell information of the organ recipient is certainly an interesting field of research for a young scientist.

The Subconscious Makes the Decisions

The Subconscious Mind is our Control Center

The subconscious mind is our control center with an incredibly large software that can not be outdone by any computer and the complexity of today’s technology.

The subconscious mind is our control center with an incredibly large software.

The content of the subconscious is programmed software that we are unaware of. Part of it we got with the birth, another part was programmed mainly from parents, teachers and media, and another part consists of knowledge that we acquired and experienced in the course of life. But that’s not all that happens in the subconscious mind. Therefore, it would be advisable to give it another name such as Higher Mind or Higher Consciousness. This is because the subconscious mind reaches much further than we can imagine.

The subconscious mind is responsible for:

Appearance; body size, eye color, etc.
Processes such as digestion, sleep-wake rhythm, etc.
Trained views on culture, language, pronunciation, nature of appearance, eating habits, and more.
Thought and emotional patterns: fear of the unknown, patriotism, a certain income level, and more.
Habits: such as smoking, volume of what we eat, height of monthly income, and more.

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Can We Control the Programming of the Subconscious Mind?

Can we control the programming of the subconscious mind that controls us? We can not control the content of the subconscious mind as we can’t fully control our consciousness. While we can make decisions with our consciousness (for example, “I’m not going to eat noodles this afternoon, but a steak.”). Habits are so deeply rooted in your subconscious mind that it becomes uncomfortable when you do things differently as you are used to. If you are not accustomed to eat a thick, juicy beef steak from time to time, you do not like it. If you force yourself several times to eat a steak, you get used to the taste and you will get to like to eat it. That’s just an example.

You can not control the content of the programming of the subconscious mind, and you can only reprogram part of it with frequent repetitions. A full control of the subconscious is not possible. You can only reprogram one to a few parts at a time.

You only take control of some subconscious content if you are aware of what you want to control. This opinion is also shared by psychoanalysts such as Freud and Carl Jung. So you can only partially control and influence your conscious behavior and your subconscious minded behavior only when you become aware of it.

This You Should Also Know About The Subconscious Mind

Transcript of “The Automatic Brain”, a film by Francesca D’Amicis, Petra Höfer, Freddi Röckenhaus), seen on ArteTV.

Scientists who speak in this film:
Prof. Allan Snyder, Center of the Mind, Sydney
Gerhard Roth, neuroscientist, Bremen
Prof. Matthias Brand, University of Duisburg-Essen
John Bargh, Professor of Psychology, University Yale, Connecticut
Antonio Rangel, neuro-economist, Pasadena, California
John Dylan Haynes, Humbold University, Berlin
Stephen Macknik, neuroscientist, Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix, Arizona
Susana Martinez-Conde, Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix. Arizona

Over 90 percent of everything we do on a daily basis is done unconsciously by our brains, without us being aware of it. Our unconscious mind decides where to go, says Allan Snyder. The more we research, the more we realize that the consciousness is shrinking more and more, says John Bargh.

Over 90 percent of everything we do on a daily basis is done unconsciously by our brains, without us being aware of it.

Everything that we consciously perceive is already ¼ of a second old, without us being aware of this delay. This has consequences, such as reactions in traffic. What we know is, however, only a minimal part of what there is. What we see is not decided by the organs of vision, but by the brain and the programming of the subconscious mind.

What we see is not a result of the organs of vision, but the brain and the programming of the subconscious mind.

Everything we see penetrates our eyes as a bundle of rays of light and hits the retina in our eyes. Encrypted in millions of nerve impulses, the data travels through the optic nerve and, after 50 milliseconds, reaches the nerve cells of the Talamus and thus the gatekeeper of our consciousness. In case of danger, the data is sent not only to the optic nerve but also to the amygdala, the panic switch in our heads. It’s only after 150 milliseconds that we start taking action without knowing why. The image in the mind is still decomposed by unconscious modules into its components. Special neurons analyze colors, outlines and contrasts and send the results through the databases of our experiences from the visual cortex in the back of the head to the forebrain. Here, all the picture elements suddenly reassemble and are sent back to the visual cortex, which we consciously see without further thought.

Our most important sensory organ is our memory. We see 99 percent of what is stored in our memory and therefore known. Only 1 percent is added via the sensory organs. However, our brain can fake the images that reach our retina, says Allan Snyder. That is, we can override the reality that surrounds us to make it look like our brain thinks it should look. That can affect everyone very much.

In a city 11 million pieces of information are poured into us iwithin a single time unit, but we are only aware of 40 of them.

In a city 11 million pieces of information are poured into us iwithin a single time unit, but we are only aware of 40 of them. It’s exhausting when we are in a town for the first time. We could not process all the new information with our brains at once, just pecking out little bits and pieces. The longer we stay in this town, the easier and less tiring it becomes, because less and less information is new, which allows us to switch to autopilot. Our brain turns off what it considers unimportant or unknown.

Unconscious Mental Processes influence you

The Subconscious Mind is Responsible For The Present

Our subconscious mind is responsible for the present while we can be with the thoughts in the past or in the future. The unconsciousness pays attention to everything that surrounds us in everyday life and what happens around us, and it does that without our conscious intervention.

Our decisions are determined by the subconscious mind.

Our decisions are not determined by conscious thoughts, but by the subconscious mind, says Allan Snyder. Conscious thinking is an imitation after the decision has been made by the subconscious mind.

When we repeat something a few times, especially when it comes to abilities, it becomes a habit. If there are changes within this usual activity, we stay with the habits and feel disturbed by changes.

We intuitively know what’s good for us. On a physical level, there are signals sent from the brain that we perceive. We are warned by means of signals against unfavorable decisions.

We are puppets of our subconscious mind, says Prof. Brand. If we have the idea of having to change something, it’s only when we get a signal from the subconscious mind.

Thinking strains our brain and is limited to a few data centers of the cerebral cortex. Millimeters thick, it surrounds our brains like a wrinkled cap. Our conscious intelligence sits above in the forehead area of the cap. This area is fully utilized with one thought or 5 information units. Our conscious reasoning sits above the eyes, in the orbital frontal cortex. But it does not decide anything alone. Below the cerebral cortex works another form of reason. Here the hypocampus has stored all our experiences.

Our conscious thinking is fully busy with 5 information units.

Our memories determine what we do. The key points are the anxiety and panic center in the almond kernels and their opponents, the centers of happiness and reward. Both of these centers are beyond our conscious control and always have the first and last word. This intelligence service in our minds analyzes every signal from the outside, before it becomes aware of us and packages the result as a feeling. The cerebral cortex receives the messages but can not trace them back. We are obviously wired so that our consciousness denies all unconscious influences, but there are good reasons why we like to do something.

Even before you begin to consciously think about something, your unconscious mind has already decided what is right and what is wrong.

Rangel has asked himself the question: how fast can our brain make a complex decision? The answer is, in 230 milliseconds. That’s incredibly fast. Even before you begin to consciously think about something, your unconscious mind has already decided what is right and what is wrong.

The more often you imagine a situation, the less energy your brain consumes, because you no longer have to consciously think about it. In times of crisis energy reserves remain. Example: fighter pilots who play through different situations in combat in simulations then respond correctly in a crisis thanks to these energy reserves, where another, that has not practiced, has to think about the action required and needs more energy. Crisis situations are extremely fast-paced, without the illusion of conscious control. These raging computing processes of the unconscious mind the consciousness can not perform. You would be happy if you came up with such good solutions in conscious thinking. Although the subconscious mind works fast, it is by no means irrational or negligent.

The information that flows into our brains, with our brains performing at their peak, makes mistakes at every level. However, unconscious mistakes are difficult to recognize because they affect us without us noticing. One of the major sources of error is that our brains are programmed to make connections everywhere, even when there are none. For example, when we see part of a picture, we fill in the rest with our experiences, which are often inconsistent with reality. This filling with own experiences is called priming influences.

Our mind has little influence on who we are and what we do. In dangerous situations, reason is switched on, which is flexible, but much slower. Priming influences suggest that the immediate past influences what we are doing. For example, if you have a lot to do with large numbers, you spend more afterwards. The price of a wine influences its taste. The higher the price, the better its taste is felt. This applies to every product. When you meet someone over a hot drink, you perceive him as a warm person and with a cool drink rather cool. After words like wrinkled and gray, students went much slower to the elevator. Who sits on a hard chair, negotiates harder and is less willing to compromise. If someone is sitting on a soft seat, he behaves softer and is more willing to compromise. With arguments it is not the arguments that are important, but more the chairs on which people sit. Sometimes a sip of hot tea is enough to settle a dispute. To laughing, we react surprisingly well.

It is very much our experiences that builds our lives. Intuitive feelings, which are signals of our brain, alert us when something is good or bad. We learn from experiences and do not even know what our subconscious mind has noticed. When our subconscious mind takes over, everything is easy for us. But we do not know (anymore) why we do something. That makes it so hard to deviate from routines. Between intuition and failure is often a fine line.

Allan Snyder says that creativity is an act of rebellion. You have to be subversive to break the rules and go against convention. If what you say or do is accepted by others, they have said or done something known to others. When others are shocked by what you say or do, you have said or done something else for others. Then you are creative. When you see a new city or landscape, you will see what you know.

Snyder is a specialist in the expectations in our minds. He calls them mindsets. These are unconscious thinking routines. Snyder is working on shutting down these mindsets. For example, if someone repeats a certain thought pattern 27 times, he is already blind to new ideas. He stays with his trained thought pattern. Snyder found that we can not increase creativity by stimulating the brain but by shutting off parts of the brain. He has developed a kind of cap from which small magnetic pulses are emitted, which changes the way the brain works, achieving incredible results. We could see the world in a new light. Snyder believes that each of us has unbelievable talents that we can not bring out knowingly, but could be achieved with a device such as his Thinker Cap.

We need prejudices and routines to survive in a complex world. Unconscious filter systems guide us through the turmoil of everyday life like an interior navigation system. Our subconscious minds make decisions long before we become aware of it. It is an illusion to believe that we have made a conscious and rational decision.

It is an illusion to believe that we have made a conscious and rational decision.

John Dylan Haynes observes human decisions in magnetic resonance imaging. Magnetic resonance imaging measures which brain areas are active. Whether someone is violent or artistical is a small change in the brain. Activity patterns become visible in the brain. Already with simple thoughts millions of nerve cells jump. The brain activity says 7 to 10 seconds earlier, which selection a person will take. It looks like the brain is preprogramming the decision. By the time you feel like I’m deciding, most of it has already happened. Our brain can not trace unconscious decisions. Unconscious circuits have always already decided when we start thinking.

We’re born with pre-installed knowledge in special fields, says Dr. Darold Traffert, Wisconsin Medical Society. This can be like a music chip, a language chip or a math chip, on which a lot of knowledge is already stored.

It is a signal between two brain cells or between two synapses necessary if you want to learn something new. You can do that by practicing what you want to learn.

After all, each one of us is just a bunch of electrochemical signals buzzing around in our brain, says Stephen Macknik. Our skull has no windows. In order to know something about the world, we are therefore dependent on the sensory organs, on our memory and on what our brain simply thinks out. Out of all this arises this wonderful simulation of reality in which we live. There is this world out there, but you have never been there. The only place you have ever been is in your brain (mind).

There is this world out there, but you have never been there. The only place you’ve ever been is in your brain.

Every morning when we wake up, circuits create in our mind’s eye the world that surrounds us. We can only decide what we consciously focus our attention on. What we perceive is automatically selected by our brain. We do not even notice that we’re fading out large areas just because we focus on an object or task, says Martinez-Conde. The brain makes estimates of the environment because it works faster and usually works very well. Conscious and unconscious thinking supports each other.

From information we construct a reality. When asked how real is reality, Prof. Anton Zeilinger answers that regardless of information, there is no reality.

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The Subconscious Mind does not know Time nor Space

It is said that one can not directly consciously control the subconscious mind, nor control nor influence it. This is seen as too narrow. The programming of the subconscious mind can be reprogrammed with the will and repetition, thus using, controlling and thus partially controlling the power that it exerts on our lives. The use of subliminals strongly supports the change in the programming of the subconscious mind.

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Beliefs, habits and memories of our previous lives are recorded and programmed in our subconscious mind and everything should be retrievable that has been experienced so far. That was proved by subjects in a hypnotic state in which they were asked questions about events to which they themselves could not remember in the conscious state. It was found that people have knowledge that they have not experienced in this life.

This leads us to believe that not only personal experiences are stored in the subconscious mind, but that there are multiple levels from which each individual could retrieve more information, such as information that is unknown in the space-time continuum of current consciousness that come from a dimension in which there is neither space nor time.

The individual subconscious
The collective subconscious
The global subconscious and
The universal subconscious

The Individual Subconsciousness

The individual or personal subconscious mind contains innate control systems, patterns of thought, emotion, and belief, habits, experiences that have been experienced and learned since birth. Faith patterns (beliefs) are repeated sentences from parents, teachers, friends, loved ones, and the media. Through observation and imitation a child learns the habits of the parents. Over the years, one can change individual habits through willful repetition. Through learning, new experiences and new impressions, the programming of the subconscious mind changes continuously.

In a given region, certain habits, such as rules of behavior and eating preferences, are taught to a child.

The early childhood experiences unconsciously influence the lifestyle and behavior of a person into adulthood (see Alfred Adler). The childhood lifestyle can only be changed gradually with the help of repeated changes in the primary lifestyle. However, the primary lifestyle can emerge at any time. This proves that nothing that was once absorbed by the subconscious is lost. When you reprogram a part of the subconscious mind, the old programming fades into the background.

When you reprogram a part of the subconscious mind, the old programming fades into the background. It does not get lost.

The programming of the personal subconscious mins also includes thought and emotional patterns. Everyone has certain views about something that they either share with others in a particular region or group. Emotional patterns are mostly personal. For example, when you have a bad experience in a particular environment and are confronted with that environment or part of it, the feelings of the bad experience come to life. You are not aware of that and wonder that you suddenly feel uncomfortable. The same thing happens when you have a nice experience while eating a particular dish and when you eat the same dish again you feel especially well. If you have been barked by a parent with certain words and felt inferior, you will feel inferior if you hear these word again. These are patterns of emotions that can lead to mental illnesses that are very difficult to eradicate.

The Subconscious Controls Our Behavior

Experiences that we are not aware of guide our behavior (see Siegmund Freud). It is said that our behavior is controlled by the programming of our subconscious mind.

Parts of our subconscious programming are absolutely helpful, but some parts of it limit our advancement both professionally and privately. This is the part that needs to be reprogrammed.

Wrong and Limiting Programming of the Subconscious Mind

Limiting beliefs
Wrong thinking and emotional patterns
Bad habits

We all have limiting beliefs, wrong thinking and feeling patterns and bad habits. Watch yourself. If you suddenly feel unwell. A pattern of emotion that has developed in your childhood may be related to it. Here you can practice in your imagination that you react differently to the trigger of a wrong emotion pattern. You have to practice once or twice a day for several weeks. A change in the programming of the subconscious can only be achieved with repetitions.

Look back at the last years of your life, what you wanted to accomplish professionally and personally, what you did not achieve and then think about which belief or thought pattern has prevented your expectations. Then look for a way to override the limiting belief or thought pattern with a positive one. Very helpful are subliminals, such as the Subliminal Strong Belief or the Subliminal Stop Doubts

How Can We Influence and Reprogram the Subconscious Mind?

We can manipulate and re-program the subconscious mind, at will with repetitions of what we want to change in the programming of the subconscious, and with methods such as hypnosis and subliminal recordings, called subliminals. Both of these methods bypass the consciousness that can block the affirmations.

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The Collective Subconscious Mind

The collective subconscious mind refers to geographical subregions, while the global subconscious mind involves all people on Earth.

If the collective unconscious mind is what a certain number of people experience together, or whether there is more to it, will, I suppose, never become known to us. We can assume that part of the collective unconscious mind is not coupled to the space-time continuum and extends beyond the third and fourth dimension.

In the collective subconscious collective experiences are stored. It is especially influenced by the media, constantly something new is being added. Moreover, as already mentioned, the collective subconscious contains far more than we can imagine. To what extent the programming of the collective subconscious can be influenced and changed is unknown. It can be influenced, for example, when a larger number of people meditate together.

The Global Subconscious

The individual subconscious mind is part of the local, collective, global and universal subconsciousness.

The global (sub) consciousness was developed with the internationally accessible mass media. Shortly before and during a happening that is globally known and generally significant, global oscillation frequency measurements fluctuate (Global Consciousness Project, Princeton University).

The frequencies of the global subconscious sent by humans can be measured. Large numbers were recorded after the fatal accident of Lady Diana, and even more so on and after September 11, 2001, after the Twin Towers collapsed in Manhattan.

The Universal Subconscious

The universal subconscious mind goes far beyond the global one. Under the universal subconscious, I see the omniscience that everyone has, but that is not accessible to us in the conscious state. If we were to learn how to gain access, such as through long-term meditation, incredible possibilities could open up for us.

Information from the universal consciousness can become conscious in the state of deep relaxation (alpha and theta state of consciousness). If you meditate regularly, you will be able to confirm that. By meditating, I mean the elimination of thoughts, for example by the repetition of a mantra or the focus on breathing.

If you are looking for a solution to a problem or need to make a decision and you do not know which of several alternatives you should choose, after completing the meditation you will know the solution to the problem or what alternative is best for you. I assume that this knowledge is taken from the universal consciousness.

The subconscious mind and its programming has implications not only for each individual but for the whole world. The global consciousness is controlled by the media. This possibility has often been abused in the course of history for the benefit of a small group of people.

Learning more about how the subconscious mind works is helpful. Think about it and choose what part of your subconscious mind you want to change. Then look for subliminals that will assist you. When you change the programming of your subconscious mind, you change your life. I’m sure I’ll write more about the subconscious mind here on this blog. It is a topic which is intereting and very important. You can sign up to be notified about new blog posts. See on the right or below: subscribe to blog via email.

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