The capability of your subconscious mind is far beyond what you think it is.
Many experts claim that most of us use only ten percent of our subconscious mind.
Another aspect of the mind that needs clarifying is the difference between “brain” and “mind.”
The brain is that three-pound organ in your head. The “mind” is something larger and more elusive. There is a huge difference between brain and mind and there are books that go into intricate details on these differences.
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From a Western point of view, the brain is the physical anatomy and the mind is what the brain generates through its activity.
From an Eastern point of view, some say, the mind is the source of the thoughts supplied to the brain. For the purpose of this course the difference is not important so the words, “brain” and “mind,” are used interchangeably.
In order to harness the full power of your subconscious mind, you must first know how it works, and what it is trying to tell you.
The capacity of the subconscious mind is virtually unlimited. It is essentially an endless memory bank that permanently stores everything that ever happened in your life. Mind-boggling, right?
With all of those experiences, relationships, meetings, introductions, highs and lows, how on earth are we supposed to solely rely on our conscious mind? Well, we can’t. That’s why our subconscious is so vastly important.
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According to Brain Tracy International, our subconscious even holds remarkable importance on our health.
“Your subconscious mind has what is called a homeostatic impulse. It keeps your body temperature at 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit, just as it keeps you breathing regularly and keeps your heart beating at a certain rate. Through your autonomic nervous system, it maintains a balance among the hundreds of chemicals in your billions of cells so that your entire physical machine functions in complete harmony most of the time.”
What is your subconscious trying to tell you? Take the test below to find out.
Source: Thinking Humanity