" Aldous Huxley Your subconscious is the part of the brain that runs automatically.
This auto-pilot function directs activities like getting dressed, driving, brushing your teeth, eating, and combing your hair.
You have learned these activities.
Other skills may be more difficult to acquire and take more time to master but when learned they also become part of your subconscious.
Sometimes it is amazing that functions accomplished in the past can immediately return to you.
They remain in your subconscious.
It is therefore logical that we can introduce new important habits into our subconscious.
Your lack of intention and commitment is the only thing that can keep you from doing so.
There Is A tendency To Fill Your Mind With Junk When you consider overcoming and reconciling your grief it is important to think of what you have rather than of what you don't, and of the abilities you would eagerly select if you did not already have them.
Maximizing their use is important to your healing and happiness.
In your busy day by day activities there is a tendency to fill your mind with a truck load of junk.
If you are like so many it is like taking care of a garden; you don't take time to pull the weeds.
Most of the junk is counterproductive.
Yet, rarely do you make the time to strip away the junk so that clarity can fill your subconscious allowing new and improved habits to be learned.
The Power of The Sub consciousness There are several ways to start stripping away the junk, and get back to your unpolluted subconscious.
Doing so allows you to learn new and better habits.
Recognizing the power of the subconscious is underscored by the many examples of history wherein people have invented new and valuable technology while sleeping.
Knowing about and understanding the empowerment of the subconscious can motivate you to introduce new strategies of healing habits.
Visualization Imagining yourself taking strategic steps can assist you to create new productive habits.
Visualizing how you can move through the grief you are experiencing and reconciling your circumstance can enable you to perceive healing.
This gives you the ability to see what, how and where to go to find more happiness.
Imagining or visualizing how to solve a serious problem can motivate you to take additional steps in the direction of healing and experience more happiness.
Pondering and Meditation Twenty minutes a day of going to your quiet place, and opening your subconscious to clarity and new important thoughts can give to you empowerment that you have not thought possible.
Letting go of the junk and daily irritations can broaden your thinking and hopefulness.
Each day in your quiet uninterrupted solace you are better able to focus your thoughts on the very most important challenges you face.
Opening up your subconscious to new powerful steps gives you new empowerment not experienced.
It is important to remember that while you sleep your subconscious also recognizes new thoughts and habits introduced.
Positive Thoughts Recently I wrote an article about 13 days of negative thought fasting.
Ridding yourself from all negative thoughts can be very challenging when you are in the middle of sorrow.
Nevertheless, consistency of positive thoughts can establish a new empowered subconscious idea.
These new notions can become an essential starting point for reconciling sorrow.
Unproductive time is replaced allowing you to concentrate on solving your problem.
Repeated consistency can change your outlook more quickly than you might imagine.
Don't forget negative thinking takes up productive time.
Positive thoughts can take up the same amount of time but your subconscious positive thoughts are lasting healing benefits.
Imagine Yourself Taking Strategic Positive Steps As you journey through your brokenness, no matter the cause of your sorrow, to wholeness you are invited to remember the power of the sub consciousness within you.
Remember what you have and not what you don't.
Strip away the junk in your mind regularly.
Imagine yourself taking positive strategic steps assisting you to create new productive habits.
Twenty minutes a day of going to your quiet place, and opening your subconscious to clarity and new important thoughts can give to you empowerment.
Unproductive time must be replaced with positive thoughts allowing you to concentrate on solving your complications.
You can teach your subconscious new strategic steps to overcome your grief.