The Power of Subconscious Mind

The power of subconscious mind is almost infinite. We know that our conscious and subconscious minds each serve different purposes. While they function independently of one another, it is also true that they are complementary. For example, Sigmund Freud, the famed psychologist, was fond of likening the human mind to an iceberg. He described the conscious mind as the part of the iceberg above the water. With this mind, we express ourselves to the physical world surrounding us. Further, the subconscious is part of the mind below the proverbial water. Moreover, even deeper is the divine mind.

Thus, our conscious awareness is vital to living. Think of all the things you do that require consciousness. For instance, walking, talking, driving, and completing tasks at work depend on the conscious mind. Moreover, the subconscious mind is also crucial to our health and well-being. Thus, that part of the mind helps us attune to the spirit. In addition, it can serve as a warning system, alerting us through intuition. Hence, we can access our dormant extrasensory abilities by harnessing the power of the subconscious mind. Moreover, these abilities can benefit our physical, mental, and emotional health.


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The Conscious Mind is Rooted in Logic and Reason


Being aware and mindful is often governed by logic and reason. Thus, we recognize a hot stove and consciously avoid it so we don’t get burned. We are, therefore, programmed and able to consciously avoid a painful experience.


The Subconscious Mind Stores Memory and Belief


Now, let’s look at the same situation regarding the subconscious mind. At some point in our lives, we may have touched the hot stove, perhaps when we were very young. The pain that we experienced became a part of our subconscious mind. It shapes our belief about what happens when one touches a hot stove.

Limiting Beliefs Can Be Changed When We Harness the Power of Subconscious Mind


As we grow older, the memories and beliefs stored in our subconscious mind can dictate our conscious response to stimuli. Being aware and mindful means always drawing upon our subconscious’s storehouse of memory and belief. To achieve our maximum potential, we must learn to change any ideas that are limiting us. For example, if something in our past has convinced us that our destiny is to fail at an enterprise, we will fail unless we change our subconscious thinking. 

 The message here is a very powerful one indeed. When we harness the power of the subconscious mind to change our limiting beliefs, almost anything is possible. We can then begin the real work of Pain Transmutation and Soul Alchemy.

Influencing the Subconscious with Positive Emotions

By paying attention to our emotions and generating powerful, positive feelings via words and visualization techniques, we can learn to manifest almost magical results. The power of our emotions is so strong that when we have a desire but can’t think about how to manifest the result we want, all we have to learn is how to step outside of the conscious mind into the land of imagination, the subconscious’ playground, for the universe to deliver it to us.

Now, we are in the land of emotions and the emotional body. In the creative process, words are no longer as important as emotions. This is why people working with affirmations often have trouble in areas that have been in their experience for quite some time. They have built up an emotional charge around a specific issue. Unless they address how they feel about it, that issue will continue to repeat in their life.

The key to our imagination and visualizations is to stimulate the emotion that we want to use to activate positive beliefs. The fact is that the mind doesn’t understand when something is real or not. We call it imagination, but the mind doesn’t distinguish between real and imagined. It believes whatever you feed it.

The Power of Subconscious Mind and Active Imagination

Carl Jung would lead his patients in a process he called “active imagination.” First, a patient would sink into a mood they wanted to get insight into and then wait for the mind to make a fantasy out of it. Next, the patient would free-associate based on the fantasy in their mind, and then the therapist and the patient could figure out what the scene brought forth had to do with their current condition. This way, patients would get in touch with their subconscious more consciously.

We can do powerful visualizations in seconds and don’t have to be mentally aware of why something works for it to work. The visualization doesn’t need to go through the entire process to achieve the desired result. We should start with the desired result in our minds first.

Examples of the Power of Subconscious Mind


For example, if you want to paint a masterpiece, imagine everyone adoring the picture with your name on the corner. Feel the elation and the sense of accomplishment sweep through you as you achieve your goal. This cuts straight to the chase and is a powerful visualization. The process is optional. What’s important is the result. Focus on the image of that, and invoke those emotions in the present. Talking directly to our subconscious using mental images bypasses our belief systems because it doesn’t have the information and time to object.

In addition to having a positive mindset, always include words that emotionally impact your psyche. Emotional “high vibration” words will add an extra charge to your visualizations and affirmations. Don’t just say those words in your visualization in your mind, but feel them in your body. By hitting those emotional notes often in your day-to-day life, you raise the vibration of your surrounding environment.

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