The Subconscious Mind: An Owners Manual Part 2
Your subconscious holds all the information about you – your self image, your world view, your beliefs, and attitudes.
It is a good idea to every so often go into the subconscious and clean out some of the old programs that are running that no longer work or serve your higher good. Like cleaning out a closet that is stuffed with old worn things.
There are many facets to the subconscious. Rooms if you like and chambers, and areas of the subconscious where information is stored.
Here are some examples:
- The room of beliefs.
- The chamber of healing.
- The forbidden zone.
- The incubation chamber.
- The room of expertise.
- The control center for the body.
- The information warehouse.
- The room of self-image.
- The door to the past, the corridor of time, the river of time.
- The hallways of future-think.
What do you believe?
A belief is a firmly held conviction you have accepted as true. You could go as far as to say that a belief is a personal rule you have decided you must abide by.
Your beliefs actively exist in your subconscious mind. Your subconscious works to consistently maintain your beliefs. It refers every piece of new data to existing beliefs and does it in less than a nanosecond. Accept or reject. The subconscious rejects what doesn’t fit with your belief system. But once the subconscious accepts an idea, it begins to execute it immediately. Simply put: What you believe is what you create.
Exploring old beliefs
It’s time to explore the messages you have accumulated through the years; that you got from the authority figures in your life when you were a child.
Perhaps they said things like:
- You are bad, not good enough, unworthy, undeserving.
- Success comes with too high a price.
- You are selfish to want success or abundance.
- Love is painful.
Find these messages, understand what they are and where they come from. See the patterns. Then you can go into the subconscious, review the seed events, feel the feelings of the child and adolescent, do the healing and reprogram the subconscious to reflect who you are becoming now.
You can change your beliefs:
- You are good and worthy and deserving.
- Success comes elegantly and effortlessly.
- Abundace and success are your birthright.
- Love is healing.
What do you think?
You are always communicating with your subconscious. There is a continuous loop, a flow of data between the subconscious and conscious mind. You convey information to the subconscious by thoughts, feelings and images and it sends messages to your conscious mind.
What do you dwell on?
Your habitual thinking is your story, script, tape. If you are not aware of your thoughts, then it is likely you are just running old thought patterns. You are telling yourself the same old stories and following the same old scripts. Can’t get a break? Nothing works out for you? You’re always unlucky?
You can learn how to work with your subconscious mind.
The function and structure of the subconscious is the same for everyone. However, the content is unique in each person based on your life experiences and conditioning.
Two people can have the same external experience and two completely different responses. For one person, going on the ferris wheel is thrilling and fun. But if a person has a fear of heights, it is threatening, even terrifying.
Your unique and powerful subconscious mind can become your ally and work for you rather than against you. The data in your subconscious is available to you to explore and change as you need to. It belongs to you! You control what goes into your subconscious and what you remove from it. As you clean out those closets, clear the old beliefs and change the old scripts and stories, it functions more positively and elegantly than ever before.
In part 3, I will show you how to enter your subconscious and work with it. You can learn to easily enter and exit your subconscious at will. You will create an image of your subconscious – mine is a library, where I go, using a quick signal to take me there. In my subconscious I may incubate a problem in my incubation chamber, or change a nagging belief in the room of beliefs, or create a new program. My subconscious guide is a young, hip librarian, who meets me at the entrance and sometimes we go to a seating area where I talk to her about what changes I want her to make for me. My (and your) subconscious is a vast and beautiful place to discover and explore more of through the years.