The Sub-conscious Mind

Apr 27, 2015   //   by kristi   //   news  //  No Comments

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 Your sub-conscious mind

is the seat of your emotions

and creativity.




Whatever you think habitually with your conscious mind will eventually sink down into your sub-conscious and become accepted.  As soon as your sub-conscious accepts any idea, it proceeds to put it into affect immediately.

The conscious mind is the reasoning mind. You make all of your decisions based on this. Your sub-conscious accepts what you consciously believe.

Your sub-conscious mind does not engage in proving whether your thoughts are good or bad, true or false. When you want to create change, you must look at the sub-conscious beliefs that you hold as truth. You cannot impose a belief or suggestion to the sub-conscious mind if the conscious mind doesn’t believe it to be accurate. It is the gate keeper.

If at a young age you already have chronic suggestions of:

you’re stupid, you’re weak, you’re not good enough, you can’t do it, life isn’t fair, sex is filthy, spirituality is evil, love does not exist, etc. you will have these beliefs in your subconscious.

Whatever thoughts, beliefs, or opinions you engrave in the sub-conscious mind you will most likely experience as a condition, manifestation, or circumstance through out your life.

The power of your words and thoughts can change your life- use them wisely so you are able utilize the power of your sub-conscious mind and live in a deliberate and creative way.

As Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, “Man is what he thinks all day long.”


Based on work by Joseph Murphy

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