The Subconscious Mind
Hypnosis Is The Bypass of The Critical Factor of The Conscious Mind And The Establishment of Acceptable Selective Thinking
Division of the Mind
The mind is divided into three basic sections:
The Unconscious Thinking Mind – Our unconscious mind controls automatic bodily functions such as breathing, digestion, heart rate, metabolism, etc. … all the bodily functions which you never need to think about in order for them to work. But with the heightened focus, created through hypnosis, we can improve the functions of the unconscious mind for a more efficient body.
The Subconscious Thinking Mind – Our subconscious mind is where we store patterns of behavior. These are the behaviors which we have developed over time and have created patterns of action/response related to events that happen within our environments. For example: A smoker will, without thought, desire a cigarette after a meal or someone with anxiety will, without knowing why, feel panic at the idea of being in a crowd of his/her peers. These are examples of actions/responses that happen at the subconscious level of the mind based on patterns which were created through past experiences.
The subconscious mind is also where we store our beliefs, beliefs we have formed over our lifetime about ourselves and the world around us. A fascinating fact to be aware of is that the subconscious mind does not bother to differentiate between a belief based on truth and a false belief. As we uncover what our beliefs are, we usually find that the beliefs which have been holding us back are almost always false.
The Conscious Thinking Mind – Our conscious mind is where we do all of our present thinking, the thoughts we have in each moment and the thoughts which we are very aware of. Our conscious minds are designed to perform the functions of being analytical and critical. These functions are to provide the preservation of our beliefs so we can carry out the same behaviors and responses to our environments.
Basically, what happens is that you observe your environments, through your sense – visual (sight), auditory (hearing), olfactory (smell) and kinetic (emotional and physical feeling) – and your conscious analyzes this information coming in through your sense. The conscious mind automatically begins to criticize this information to determine whether or not it supports the beliefs and behavioral patterns within your subconscious mind. If it supports your existing beliefs, the conscious mind allows this information to pass into the subconscious mind to build upon pre-existing beliefs. If it does not support your existing beliefs, the conscious mind blocks this information from entering the subconscious mind. This analytical and critical function is very important in preserving who you are as an individual person, but it is also why we cannot create the changes we want in our lives with just simple conscious thinking.
Meaning of Subconscious
The term Subconscious is defined as the operating system of the mind. The subconscious mind is beyond the conscious awareness. The term Subconscious was coined by psychologist Pierre Janet, who credited the subconscious mind to be a higher level of the conscious mind. The subconscious mind exists outside of the conscious mind but can be controlled by conscious decisions. In Freud’s psychoanalytic theory of personality, the unconscious mind (He termed the subconscious mind as unconscious mind), is a reservoir of feelings, thoughts, urges, and memories that outside of our conscious awareness. Most of the contents of the unconscious are unacceptable or unpleasant, such as feelings of pain, anxiety, or conflict. According to Freud, the unconscious continues to influence our behaviour and experience, even though we are unaware of these underlying influences.
Just thought I would share with you some basic information about Hypnotherapy.
How does it work? Through the processes of Hypnotherapy you travel to your sub-conscious self, where all your answers exist. You meet your true self, and resolve all that needs to be resolved. This can only be done when your conscious self is in complete silence, fast asleep.
Who needs Hypnotherapy? Anyone who feels stuck – professionally, personally; whoever needs resolutions for problems in relationships, finance, career, spiritual progress; whoever feels that they are not living the life they are meant to; whoever is addicted to sorrow, misery, depression, aggression, self-victimization, inferiority complex, drugs, smoking, alcohol, food; whoever has eating disorders – obesity/anorexia; whoever is ready to help themselves and find solutions; whoever has any form of physical ailments
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