The conscious mind is a remarkable thing, but there’s a whole other level of awareness that, when tapped, can significantly expand your abilities.
Now we enter the subconscious zone, where mind control is all about reaching and strengthening the subconscious’s voice.
The subconscious mind is believed to have immense powers that, if controlled, can spell success and happiness for us.
If there is no clear understanding of this seemingly dormant part of the mind, what is all this hype about the subconscious mind’s power and control?
Whatever understanding we have of this entity, it is believed that the subconscious is the part of the mind that is most closely in touch with our emotions and our desires.
It is also attributed to having a better understanding of what would be good for us because it understands our desires, capabilities, and the extent to which we would try to get something.
While the conscious mind is swayed by what it sees and hears around it throughout the day, the subconscious mind holds steadfastly on to what we want. These emotions are communicated to the subconscious mind through the experiences and feelings of the conscious mind.
While the conscious mind may change its stand, the subconscious mind knows our actual needs and ambitions.
The various subconscious mind control techniques aim at establishing better communication between the conscious and the subconscious mind so that we can realize our dreams because, although the subconscious mind may guide us, it is the conscious mind that makes us transform those thoughts into action.
While some aim to establish a link between the conscious and the subconscious mind, others help us listen to that voice that keeps speaking inside our head while we go about our daily tasks.
Some of those techniques are:
Self Hypnosis: This technique helps our subconscious mind communicate with its conscious counterpart. Self-hypnosis involves the act of awakening our sleeping subconscious mind.
While we are under hypnotism, we let our conscious mind take a back seat and make the subconscious’s voice occupy the whole of our mind.
Visualization: Athletes and sportspersons very commonly use this subconscious mind-control technique. They use this technique to perfect their skills and visualize themselves as winners before going for a game. In this technique, one needs to see oneself in the image that he aspires to be.
For example, if you want to lose weight, visualize yourself as you would look with a few pounds off you. Do this as often as possible. Once you envision yourself in a particular role, your subconscious mind is cued to propel you in that direction.
Meditation: This is one of the oldest disciplines that aim at disciplining the mind. Meditation helps us to calm ourselves and strengthens the voice of the subconscious. It helps to align our thoughts and realize our real ambitions.
Once at peace with ourselves, we are less distracted with all that is happening around us and can better listen to our subconscious mind.
Talk Positive: You could also communicate positive thoughts to the subconscious by talking out loud to it. Take some time off and say to yourself, ‘I can do this’ or ‘ I will do that.’ Never use words like might, shall, maybe, or if. Many have testified the positive effect of this kind of affirmation.
These techniques need practice and take time to master. They need a relaxed mind and body and an environment that is devoid of any distractions. Nevertheless, results of subconscious mind control have been achieved and are a revelation of the mind’s power.
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Your coach Lionel Sanabria