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The Subconscious Mind
The term "unconscious mind" was first used in the 18th century by the German philosopher Friedrich Schelling. It was introduced in England by essayist Samuel Taylor Coleridge and eventually popularized by Austrian psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud. The unconscious mind was defined as the part of the mind that held fears, dreams, memories, and automatic thoughts which come into our minds without our conscious or rational thought.
The subconscious mind also holds knowledge that's so ingrained in us that we can do it without conscious effort. Driving a car, typing, and walking across a room are all activities that take the power of the mind but don't necessarily require that we're consciously aware of every turn of the steering wheel, every keystroke on the keyboard, or every step. In fact, all of our bodily functions and physical movements are controlled by our minds, but we rarely pay much attention to them. Imagine how clouded our minds would be if every time we had to move our hands or arms it took conscious effort to do so.
Habitual behaviors take root in the subconscious mind. Once we do something once, twice, three times, we start to do it without thinking at all. These powerful, repetitive pathways control 70% of our waking activities so when we want to change them it requires a joint effort from both our conscious and subconscious mind.
Understanding the Subconscious Mind
Despite the many centuries of study, the subconscious mind is still largely a mystery today. When you sit down to use your computer every day, you don't think about all its inner workings. You have a set of skills you've learned in order to be able to operate that computer effectively. It isn't necessary for you to understand all its circuits and software to be able to do what you need to do to achieve your goals. It's the same with your subconscious mind. You don't need to be a psychologist or have an advanced degree to understand the basic tenets of working with your subconscious mind to achieve remarkable results.
In order to master using your computer or driving your car, you did need to learn some basic skills and practice those skills with focused effort. In order to become a master of your own subconscious mind, you'll need to learn and practice established techniques that yield results. These techniques aren't difficult, but you'll want them to become so familiar to you that they become a part of your everyday thinking patterns and activities.
Imagine a golfer who seeks to improve his golf game. He can go out to the golf course and practice his drives and his putts. He can study with a golf pro or read books or watch videos. All of these have the potential to help him improve his game. But if his conscious mind is telling him that he'll never be a master golfer, then whatever he does will probably not meet with success. Instead, he needs to couple his conscious effort with the affirmative messages he needs to provide to his subconscious mind. Arnold Palmer once said "Golf is a game of inches. The most important are the six between your ears." If our golfer has never scored even par on a round with 18 holes, he'll need to able to visualize himself at that level of mastery before it happens. To become better at any skill you want to master requires the ability to visualize yourself at that new position.
Gurus of Personal Development
By using the power of your own imagination and the known skills required to mold your subconscious mind, you can achieve new heights of personal and professional development. This website will help you meet those goals.
What do you want out of life? When was the last time you asked yourself that question? Do you want a passionate love relationship? Do you want a career that fulfills you? Do you want to improve your health? Do you want to master a new skill or break an old habit? Do you want to be able to attract more money or handle risk more easily? Do you want to eliminate one of your secret fears? All this and more is within your reach if you can learn to reprogram your subconscious mind. We'll teach you the step-by-step methods needed to harness the power of your subconscious. Once you learn these techniques and practice them you can continue to apply them as you improve yourself and your life.
We'll offer you detailed information about all the great authors and gurus in this field: Napoleon Hill, Dr. Bruce Lipton, Dr. Joseph Murphy, Elsie Lincoln Benedict, Dr. Joe Vitale, Bob Proctor, and many others. We'll offer you a full toolkit of visualization tools and techniques to help you reprogram your subconscious mind. And as today's neurologists, psychologists, and personal development gurus discover new information about the subconscious mind, you'll find it here. The subconscious mind and its inner workings constitute a new frontier. Bookmark this website, www.thesubconsciousmind.com, and come with us on this exciting journey!