Are You Using Your Subconscious Mind Well?

The subconscious mind does so much that we don’t always give it credit for. Becoming more aware of and connected to your subconscious can have some great effects. Have you tried to get in touch with your subconscious?




Hey, JoyGenea here, international neurodiversity coach. This week we’re talking about the conscious and subconscious mind. We’ll be talking about this on and off for a long time, because it is really important and part of the neurodiverse community in particular, because we tend to be very in touch with our feelings, and we tend to be very creative and we tend to be very visual with things, which is a huge part of your subconscious mind, but today in particular I want to talk about the fact that- most people don’t realize this- your subconscious mind is running a majority of your life, pretty much 95% of your thoughts and feelings come from your subconscious mind. Somewhere between 10-5% of what you’re doing and engaged in and so forth, is part of your conscious mind, and understanding that is so critical because more than likely you are not caring for that subconscious mind in a way that you really should, considering it is 90+% of your thought processes. So, here is my encouragement if you have not tried a variety of meditations, a variety of styles of that, I strongly recommend that you do. Allowing your brain to breathe for just a little bit, and actually allowing the conscious mind to connect with the subconscious mind, fabulous, very good for you.

Another wonderful item is visualization. That is thinking about a situation and thinking about the desired outcome that you are looking for, and visualizing it, what is it going to look like? What is it going to smell like? What is it going to taste like? How is it going to feel when you have achieved that goal? That is visualizing.

And the third item, something I love dearly and do quite often, is “I am” statements. It is another way to tap into your subconscious using “I am” statements. That is as simple as, “I am bold” “I am confident I can achieve this outcome.” Today, my statement is, “I am making progress on this project.”

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