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How to Uncover Your Subconscious Thoughts

Dream researchers, J. Roberts and R. Butts reveal that dreams alter the chemical balances within the body. The same can be said about our thoughts. Every thought we have creates a chain reaction or vibratory experience within the physical body. It is important to uncover subconscious thoughts because they directly affect our vibratory field of energy.

First, we have a thought, and then we have an emotion produced by the thought. If we feel anxious, we may not even be aware that a fearful thought ‘preceded’ the emotion. When we feel happy it is because our subconscious thoughts are of full of well being, joy, anticipation or good memories. The subconscious mind is in charge of our emotions, which explains why we feel a certain way without knowing why.

When uncovering our subconscious thoughts the idea is to become conscious of what thoughts we had that preceded our feelings. This process is key for us to understand the power of our thoughts which in turn leads to controlling our thoughts. It is by getting our thoughts under this control that enables us to create the mental energy of the life we want.

Furthermore, subconscious assistance is always available to us if we ask. Simply by thinking about our higher self, even for a moment elevates us and puts us in communion with our subconscious. The higher self can directly communicate with the lower self, bypassing the ego, especially if the health of the body is at risk. There are numerous accounts where an individual takes action without any conscious thought or reason. There are instances of people changing directions, sleeping in late or turning back to pick up a forgotten object, only to discover later than they had avoided an accident or maybe just a traffic jam. Our subconscious never sleeps, literally.

Subconscious and Unconscious

Subconscious and Unconscious are words that can be used interchangeably. However unconscious was coined by Freud to denote that part of the mind we know nothing about that holds our repressed memories and ideas that shape our conscious behavior.

The subconscious used to describe those things we do without conscious attention to, such as riding a bike, driving a car, typing, etc.

“Subconscious or unconscious mind (terms which can be used interchangeably), is the part of our mind, which operates usually below the level of our normal consciousness. Like in the iceberg analogy, the subconscious mind is the vaster and more substantial part of our mind. Out of the 2 Million bits of information which approach us every second, the conscious mind can only register approximately 7 bits, whereas the subconscious mind computes around 140 bits per second. The subconscious mind is in charge of our emotions, which explains why we can feel a certain way without really knowing why – for example waking up grumpy one day and completely happy the next. The subconscious mind also stores memories from any events of our past.”

Our subconscious also controls all of our physiological functions of the body; we don’t regulate our heart rate, breathing, kidney function or digestion with our conscious mind.

Another spin is that we have a conscious mind, an unconscious mind and the subconscious is a buffer between those two. Along with these there is an intra-conscious that connects with the larger field of all knowledge. It has been maintained that we need to believe in this state to connect with it. Most people don’t and therefore never have any contact with this intra-consciousness.

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