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The Amazing Mind
The Conscious and Subconscious Minds
If you have ever considered the many things humans have accomplished on this planet, you recognize the power of the conscious mind. And if you have ever tried to conquer a fear, change a habit, or get more motivated to do something you want to do, only to find yourself resisting, you know the power of the subconscious mind.
As powerful as the conscious mind is, the subconscious mind is estimated to be thousands of times more powerful. So much more powerful that whenever your conscious and subconscious are in conflict, your subconscious mind invariably wins. A fact you have no doubt experienced.
The conscious mind is logical where the subconscious is imaginal. The imaginal mind builds stories and the stories don't need be factual they just need to make sense conceptually.
The conscious mind actively seeks information and hands it off to the subconscious, which passively receives it, decides how to translate it so it makes a complete story and then where to store the story. It doesn’t bother with logic, that’s the conscious mind’s domain. The conscious mind then goes in search of more information. Problems arise when imagination and logic conflict. When that occurs, imagination wins.
Research shows that more than 95% of what prevents us from moving forward boldly and realizing our dreams is non-physical. In other words, it’s all in our minds.
We were born with just one fear—fear of the unknown. To a baby the only unknowns are loud noises and the sensation of falling. All the other fears develop through conditioning.
Some of the fears we develop are beneficial, such as those that help us avoid things that are actually harmful or would result in death. Most, however, are not beneficial. When fear comes up in response to the thought of walking across a room to meet an interesting stranger, or asking a client to buy a product we are sure will benefit them, fear has gone awry.
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What could you do if all the things that are blocking you now could be eliminated quickly, easily and permanently?
What might your life look like if you could do the things you want to do without having to battle all the internal blocks that keep you stuck?
All motivation occurs as a result of trying to move away from pain and toward pleasure. The quest for pleasure is experienced as desire. Avoidance of pain occurs at physical, mental and emotional levels and can be experienced across a broad range, from mild discomfort to excruciating pain.
Pleasure shows up as happiness, love, enjoyment, satisfaction or other positive emotions. Pain shows up as anger, frustration, impatience, aggravation, disgust, or other negative emotions. Both desire and discomfort are powerful factors for change. On the discomfort end, disgust is among the most powerful.
Desire is defined as: A wish or longing; a request or petition; the object of longing
Disgust is defined as: an offence to the senses; extreme dislike or revulsion; a strong distaste
We tend to change our current conditions only when:
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If you could instantly and permanently remove the blocks that are blocking your success, and do the same for your clients, what might that do for your practice?