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The Power of Subconscious Thinking and How to Reprogram It


Our subconscious mind is a powerful tool that influences our thoughts, emotions, and behaviour. It processes information automatically and intuitively based on our past experiences, beliefs, and emotions. Sometimes, we may behave in ways that seem to contradict our conscious intentions, or have certain patterns of behaviour that we just can't seem to shake. The answer to this may lie in our subconscious thinking.


Our subconscious mind can influence our way of being in several ways and here are some examples:


1. Habits and patterns: Our subconscious mind can create habits and patterns of behaviour that become deeply ingrained over time. For example, if we have a subconscious belief that we are not good enough, we may develop a pattern of self-sabotage that prevents us from achieving our goals.

2. Emotional responses: Our subconscious mind can trigger emotional responses to situations that are based on past experiences and associations. For example, if we had a traumatic experience in the past, our subconscious mind may trigger fear or anxiety in similar situations, even if there is no real danger present.


3. Decision-making: Our subconscious mind can also influence our decision-making process by generating intuitive responses that we may not be consciously aware of. For example, we may have a feeling that a particular decision is the right one, even if we cannot explain why.


4. Self-image: Our subconscious mind can shape our self-image and how we perceive ourselves. If we have a subconscious belief that we are not worthy of love or success, this can impact our confidence and self-esteem.


Our subconscious mind plays a powerful role in shaping our thoughts, beliefs, emotions, and behaviour. By becoming more aware of our subconscious thoughts and beliefs, we can work to overcome negative patterns and create a more positive and fulfilling way of being.


The good news is that we can work to reprogram our subconscious mind. I have listed below some effective ways to reprogram your subconscious mind:


1. Positive affirmations: Affirmations are positive statements that we repeat to ourselves to reinforce positive beliefs and attitudes. By repeating affirmations daily, we can reprogram our subconscious mind with new positive beliefs. For example, you might repeat an affirmation like, "I am worthy of love and success.”


2. Visualisation: Visualisation is a technique where we imagine ourselves achieving a goal or experiencing a positive outcome. By visualising our desired outcome, we can reprogram our subconscious mind with positive associations. For example, you might visualise yourself succeeding in a job interview or giving a successful presentation.


3. Hypnosis: Hypnosis is a technique that uses guided relaxation and suggestion to access the subconscious mind and create positive changes. A trained hypnotherapist can help you identify and reprogram negative beliefs and behaviours.


4. Meditation: Meditation is a technique where we focus our attention on a specific object or thought, and observe our thoughts and feelings without judgment. Through meditation, we can become more aware of our subconscious thoughts and beliefs, and work to reprogram them with positive associations.

5. Cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT): CBT is a type of therapy that helps us identify and change negative patterns of thinking and behaviour. By working with a trained therapist, we can identify negative beliefs and behaviour's and develop new positive ways of thinking and behaving.


Reprogramming your subconscious mind takes time and effort, but with persistence and commitment, you can achieve lasting change. It's important to be patient with yourself and to acknowledge that change doesn't happen overnight.



There is growing scientific evidence to support the idea that subconscious thinking plays a powerful role in our thoughts, emotions, and behaviour:


1. Neuro-imaging studies have shown that our subconscious mind can process information and generate emotional responses even before our conscious mind becomes aware of it. For example, a study published in the journal Science found that the brain can process threatening stimuli subconsciously and trigger a stress response before we are consciously aware of it.


2. Research has also shown that our subconscious mind can influence our decision-making process. A study published in the journal Nature Neuroscience found that participants were more likely to choose a particular snack when it was subliminally presented to them, even if they did not consciously remember seeing it.


3. Studies have also shown that our subconscious mind can shape our perceptions of the world around us. For example, a study published in the journal Psychological Science found that participants who were subliminally primed with words associated with ageing walked more slowly than those who were not.


4. There is also evidence to suggest that our subconscious mind can influence our health and well-being. For example, a study published in the Journal of Psychosomatic Research found that patients who received a placebo treatment that they believed was real showed improvements in symptoms, even though the treatment had no actual medical effect.


These studies suggest that our subconscious mind plays a significant role in our thoughts, emotions, and behaviour, and it can have a powerful impact on our health and well-being.



It's important to understand that our subconscious mind is constantly being influenced by our environment, the media we consume, and the people we surround ourselves with. To ensure that we are consistently reprogramming our subconscious mind with positive beliefs and attitudes, we need to be mindful of what we expose ourselves too.


By becoming more aware of our subconscious thinking and working to reprogram it with positive beliefs and attitudes, we can unlock our full potential and create the life we want. Remember to be patient, persistent, and mindful, and you'll be on your way to reprogramming your subconscious mind for success and happiness.


Sending so much love

Jen

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