The subconscious mind is a powerful tool that most of us do not know how to use correctly. Studies have been conducted and the results astonishing. In John Assaraf’s NeuroGym Blog, ’12 Amazing Facts About Your Brain’, it claims 96-98% of your behaviours are controlled by the subconscious mind. This part of the brain will believe the images you send it as being true. The non-conscious sees in images and patterns and does not know the difference between what is real or imagined.
That means the mind can be directed to attaining your heart’s desire by deceiving it with visions (real or made up). Embedding patterns with what you want while affirming that you already have, will create a new pathway while forcing your brain to find the way to achieve what it sees and hears.
Being able to retrain your mind is freeing. Yes, it takes time and effort but so did attempting to walk, as a baby. Creating the life you want can be the most exciting thing a person can do. Just think about it. You get to choose who, what, where, when, why and how you want to be. If one sees that as hard work, the alternative is to allow others to make those important decisions for you.
That can be limiting and unfulfilling. Personal responsibility is the first step to recovering your power. Every thought must be monitored and held to a higher standard if one wants an improved life. The subconscious mind learns by repetition not logic, therefore one must begin to switch all negative thought patterns as soon as the awareness sets it that you are being bambarded with them. We all do it and it has to cease.
Hypnosis is a way to reprogram your brain. Writing is another technique that allows free thoughts and emotions to be expressed through the subconscious. (So long as you do not get caught up in the logical side of writing.) This will allow your creativity to soar and thereby develop new growth.
In order to change the old programs and retrain your brain read material that encourages and builds success. Replace all contrary reflection with possibility thinking.