Channeling The Power Of Subconscious Mind

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  • 1. Channeling the Power of Subconscious Mind By:© Positive Mind Text Version
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    • You may have heard people talk about power of subconscious mind . Depending on your frame of mind, you may either view this with some degree of curiosity or with an ounce of skepticism.
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    • The truth though is that the powers of the subconscious are real and underrated. If you are willing to consider this concept with an open mind, you may be able to pave the way to genuine happiness and accomplishment.
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  • 4. What It Is
    • It is easier to understand the subconscious by understanding the levels of awareness. There are two general levels that most people are aware of--- the conscious and the subconscious. The conscious level of awareness is what we obviously know, think or intend to act on at any given moment.
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    • . One is completely aware of the thought or move towards an action. The subconscious is that level of awareness which we all have but is outside an individual’s current awareness. This does not mean that the subconscious is a useless and dormant part of us.
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    • The subconscious contains many years of experiences, memories and principles that guide and influence us. Some people may not even be aware of this influence.
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    • An individual for example cannot decide immediately based on conscious awareness alone. When a critical decision is at hand, the subconscious mind plays a part in revealing past experiences and beliefs that correspond with a decision option. Depending on the contents of your subconscious, you may either make a bad or a good decision.
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  • 8. Why it is Powerful
    • The power of subconscious mind cannot be clearly defined. It is certain however that this part of us contains largely untapped potentials. Because it contains many of our processed memories and experiences, the subconscious mind has the power to dictate many of our actions and decisions
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    • Individuals for example may decide against a course of action based on past, nearly forgotten traumatic experiences, hence limiting ones potential to fully enjoy life. This is why it is crucial to keep in touch with the subconscious level of your mind and learn to harness its power
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  • 10. How it Can Be Used
    • The subconscious mind can also hold a reservoir of negativism. Based on some negative experiences, you may unknowingly be filling your subconscious with equally negative thought patterns and feelings. Hence when a situation arises, your subconscious may immediately fill you with feelings of uncertainty, depression and a can’t do attitude.
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  • 11. How You Can be Positive
    • One way of doing this is to visualize your positive goals. In reality, no one wants to fail and live a slacker’s life.
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    • To channel the power of subconscious mind you must create a clear vision of what you want to happen in your life. Once you have this in your mind, believe that you are worthy of it and that it is right within your reach. It helps to take a few minutes off everyday to dig into your subconscious and reaffirm your positive thoughts and beliefs.
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    • It helps to take a few minutes off everyday to dig into your subconscious and reaffirm your positive thoughts and beliefs.
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