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What Everyone Ought to Know About the Subconscious Mind

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Your conscious mind is the part of your mind with which you’re most familiar. It includes cognizant thoughts and impressions, and recognition of sounds, images, and scents.

An amusing conscious mind function seems to be formulating imaginary reasons for many of the things you do, even though the real motivation is buried in your unconscious mind.

Your unconscious, or subconscious mind, is the hidden part of your consciousness, and that is where the real power of your mind resides.

7 Facts About Your Subconscious Mind:

  1. The subconscious mind regulates physiological, repetitive activity including digestion, breathing, and circulation.
  2. The subconscious mind includes memories of everything you’ve ever experienced—all images, sounds, scents, and sensations, from the moment of birth.
  3. The subconscious mind holds all of your beliefs, misconceptions, fears, biases, and defenses, most of which are formed before age ten, and many of which may be entirely hidden from your conscious awareness. Merely watching your thinking won’t expose the depths of your unconscious mind.
  4. The collective accumulation of perceptions, and environmental and sociological conditioning is stored in your subconscious mind and influences your personality.
  5. The subconscious mind totally lacks reasoning power; it operates like a fearful child, in survival mode. For example, if you harbor an unconscious fear of dogs, even though your neighbor’s new puppy is harmless and you realize this consciously, your subconscious mind will react as if it is deadly.
  6. The subconscious mind can be negatively impacted through seemingly innocuous affirmations, such as a person regularly claiming how “unlucky” or “clumsy” they are, or how something makes them “sick.” People sometimes unknowingly do themselves in with the help of the subconscious mind, which interprets everything literally.
  7. The subconscious mind can also be positively impacted through recurring affirmations, such as “I am very disciplined.” Subliminal MP3 audios are very helpful in this regard. You can also guide the unconscious mind to reduce your risk by envisioning yourself safe from danger, marking such an imprint on your subconscious, any time the fear of any sort of peril crosses your mind.

True personality is subconscious personality, and handwriting analysis is one of the most accurate and objective ways to reveal subconscious character, a person’s genuine strengths and challenges.

Recognizing the real nature of key individuals in your life through my invaluable assessments can vastly reduce your risk.

Copyright © 2012 Scott Petullo

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