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Subconscious Mind Power

Tuesday, August 20th, 2013
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Subconscious mind power is, surprisingly, not widely recognized. As outlined in this blog post, subconscious mind power rules your life.

One of the more shocking examples of subconscious mind power and how it operates on its own, despite your efforts to control it, involves sex.

No matter how virtuous your intentions, your subconscious mind sometimes has sex with someone other than your partner.

For those of you who don’t have a romantic partner, your subconscious mind may have sex with other people’s partners, among others; the subconscious mind doesn’t even acknowledge the concept of monogamy.

Your subconscious mind can’t tell the difference between imagination and reality, and it certainly won’t obey your command to avoid focusing on sex.

Your promise of never thinking unfaithful thoughts is broken almost as soon as it leaves your mouth. You vow chastity, while your subconscious mind is attending a swinging singles party.

It’s perfectly natural to think “not very nice” thoughts sometimes. You can’t control your subconscious mind power, but you can detach from it, such as through meditation.

The problem is when you deny your subconscious mind power, creating a battle between your conscious and unconscious mind. Even worse is lacking control of your behavior, falling under the influence of negative subconscious mind power.

“If our subconscious was attractive, we wouldn’t have to bury it down deep within us.” Doug Coupland

To limit your risk, know the details of the subconscious mind power of those you allow into your life.

Copyright © 2013 Scott Petullo

Identify Hidden Motivations or Chance Huge Risk—5 Examples

Thursday, May 16th, 2013
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Everyone has been in this precarious position: someone tells you their (conscious) intent that seems to conflict significantly with what you suspect their subconscious motivations to be.

5 Possible Examples of Conscious Intent Opposing Subconscious Motivations:

  1. A business partner assures you that he has no intention of targeting your personal clients, those outside of your partnership, yet much of what he does conflicts with his promise. He claims, “I’m only calling on your biggest client because I want to find out more about her business since it will help me improve the quality of my service in a different sector.”
  2. A romantic partner tells you he’s always wanted exclusivity, yet you suspect he’s playing the field. He says, “I only want you. I’m out a lot because social interaction with various people helps me to relax.”
  3. A potential spouse, one who has already profited through divorce, assures you, “Money is not important to me. I only demanded so much from my ex because my lawyer said it’s customary, and I don’t believe in prenuptial agreements because they aren’t romantic.”
  4. The person encouraging you to invest in a speculative venture off-handedly asserts, “I would never rope you in just to help cover any potential losses; I just want to share the profits because that’s who I am.”
  5. Your accountant professes his newfound love for on-line gambling, and says, “It’s not a serious habit, only weekend recreation.”

It’s one of the more fascinating dynamics of the human mind. A person gives you pretend reasons for their actions, and even believes those reasons, while the real motivations are hidden in the subconscious mind. It’s amazing that few things in a person’s overall behavior are controlled by conscious motives.

Most people tell white lies from time to time, and the majority are harmless, but if your livelihood, finances, and even personal safety are at risk, it pays to find out about a person’s real motivations and personality.

Copyright © 2013 Scott Petullo

Surprising Examples of the Power of Your Subconscious Mind

Friday, April 5th, 2013
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The subconscious mind is a hidden, very powerful influence on your life.

Did you know that you can’t control the impulses that emanate from your subconscious mind?

Please see this blog post for six more facts about the subconscious mind.

Here’s a challenge for those of you who are in a committed relationship: try never to think about sex with anyone but your spouse or significant other. You can’t do it, no matter how hard you try, due to the power of your subconscious mind. But don’t feel bad; it’s perfectly natural.

Your subconscious mind heavily influences your overall character, but whether or not you act on those compulsions is a different matter.

Please see this article for three more surprising examples of how your subconscious mind overpowers your conscious mind.

Unfortunately, a person’s prevailing (subconscious) motivations can be quite different than what he or she projects through a persona. Combined with other personality red flags, such a person can be dangerous.

One of the most effective ways to assess the subconscious mind, your real personality, along with the rest of your personality, is through handwriting analysis.

Limit your risk by knowing everything you can about people you allow into your life, and those with whom you do business.

Copyright © 2013 Scott Petullo

What Everyone Ought to Know About the Subconscious Mind, Part II

Monday, August 6th, 2012
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Your mind is comprised of what you are consciously aware of, and what is hidden from your awareness, the subconscious (or unconscious).

Pretending to be absolutely rational in decision-making is an amusing, universal human trait; the subconscious mind guides and even overpowers your thinking, even though you believe your conscious mind is logically determining your behavior.

7 Facts About Your Subconscious Mind:

  1. The subconscious mind’s beliefs can be at odds with conscious views, which creates conflict in your life. For example, if your subconscious mind equates being physically attractive with abuse or some other unpleasant circumstance, it will do everything in its power to make you unappealing (such as guiding you to eat your way to obesity) to shield you from harm. Another example is if your subconscious associates relationships with suffering, it will do what it can to generate conflict and, or keep you single.
  2. Subconscious thinking must be united with conscious desires in order to reach your goals more quickly; it pays to uncover, confront and resolve unconscious personal issues that may be blocking your success.
  3. You mostly can’t control subconscious impressions and how your subconscious operates, which greatly influences your thinking.
  4. It’s possible to modify (e.g., through hypnosis and subliminal programming) many subconscious fears such as fear of flying, fear of abandonment, fear of success, and others, but you must learn to live with most of them, and subconscious defenses can’t really be modified very much.
  5. Subconscious resistance-type defense patterns such as resentment, aggressiveness, defiance, and domineering behavior are some of the more threatening and troubling personality traits and are hard to adjust.
  6. Even more difficult to amend than the above-listed defenses are escape-type subconscious defense patterns such as acute self-deception, secretiveness, and evasiveness.
  7. Though largely illogical, uncontrollable, and always in survival mode like a fearful animal, your subconscious mind serves a very important role in protecting you. It’s the subconscious mind that magically generates a sudden itch on your nose, or the abrupt (false) fear that you forgot to lock your front door while you attempt meditation; your subconscious mind struggles to maintain control as you detach from it through meditation, or otherwise go against its plan.

One of the quickest and most accurate pathways to the subconscious mind’s strengths, fears, defenses, biases, etc. is through graphology, handwriting analysis.

Identifying the hidden personality traits of important individuals in your life through my invaluable assessments can greatly reduce your risk.

Copyright © 2012 Scott Petullo

What Everyone Ought to Know About the Subconscious Mind

Monday, July 23rd, 2012
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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