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Understanding The Subconscious Mind

Your subconscious mind is subjective. It does not operate autonomously. Instead, it dutifully obeys the commands of its boss, the conscious mind. All of your habits, good or bad, have been stored and memorized in your subconscious mind. It knows the actions you take that keep you happy, by heart, and dedicates itself to keeping you content. Sounds great right? It is...unless the things that you find enjoyable are the same things that are keeping you from realizing your true potential.

Once you have repeatedly performed the same shitty routine enough times, any deviation from this established pattern of behavior will result in your subconscious automatically associating itself with physical and emotional uncomfortableness. Hence, the difficulty of breaking a bad habit to establish a good one! If it were easy, bad habits wouldn’t exist.

This is why it is imperative for everyone to master the ability to “reprogram” the subconscious mind. An easy to understand and useful way to view this reprogramming is, to visualize the conscious mind as a camera and the subconscious mind as the image you want the camera to take. Everyone knows how to take a picture. You point the camera at the things you want to capture.

By “pointing” your conscious mind at the positive changes you are looking to make, your subconscious mind will become more in tune with your true desires. When you finally decide to take that first step, you will no longer find yourself paralyzed by the fear of the unknown.

I challenge you to harness the power of the subconscious. Tap into that realm where you can acclimate yourself to expect and consistently seek the actions that would result in your happiness. You can literally build the world you want to live in. That power resides in each and every one of us. The only thing stopping you is... YOU.

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