Understanding The Subconscious Mind
“It is the unknown force that is right there inside us, waiting to be an obedient servant and capable of giving anything you want”
The subconscious mind is our driving force. Since it believes anything it is told, we can re-program it if we bypass the conscious mind and substitute new, constructive ideas for existing negative ones. When the conscious and the subconscious are in conflict, the subconscious usually wins. We always do what our subconscious believes. In hypnosis, we inhibit the conscious mind, allowing the truth to go directly to the subconscious without conscious censorship. It is wonderful to be able to relax both body and mind through meditation and to expand the subconscious by passively observing it. But it is even better to control it with positive, life-affirming suggestions of your own choosing: and that is what Self-Hypnosis offers you.
The Six Functions of The Subconscious Mind – Charles Tebbets
- The subconscious serves as a memory bank or computer. You know a lot more than you think you do! You just need to learn to operate your mind’s computer properly.
- The Subconscious control and regulates the involuntary functions of the body. It is responsible for the symptoms of psychosomatic illness.
- The Subconscious is the seat of our Emotions. Since the emotions govern the strength of our desires, and since our desires govern our behavior, we are at the mercy of our subconscious unless we learn to control it. Subconscious beliefs can cure or kill you.
- The Subconscious is the seat of the imagination. A belief in failure results in failure.
- The Subconscious carries out our habitual conduct. It manages and controls the activity we have reduced to habit.
- The Subconscious is the dynamo that directs our energy. Since the subconscious constantly and automatically uses this energy to proceed toward a goal, unless you set a goal for it to achieve, it will either choose its own or proceed toward a goal someone else has suggested.
Prime Directives Of The Unconscious Mind…from the Time Line Therapy @ Certification Training
1. Stores memories.
Temporal (in relationship to time)
A Temporal (not in relationship to time)
2. Is the domain of the emotions
3. Organizes all your memories
(Uses the Time Line. Mechanics is the Gestalt)
4. Represses memories with unresolved negative emotion
5. Presents repressed memories for resolution
(To make rational and to release emotions)
6. May keep the repressed emotions repressed for protection
7. Runs the body
Has a blueprint: Of body now and of perfect health (in the Higher Self)