The Subconscious Mind
Your subconscious mind is more powerful than you could ever imagine, it has immense power and controls 97% of your life.
I’m going to share with you some simple ways to help you change the way you think. There are many different ways to overwrite the limit and self-sabotaging beliefs in your subconscious mind.
You could use all of these methods simultaneously to help you achieve the reprogramming process. It would be more effective though, if you just pick one or two to start with. Later once you feel you can handle more, you can always integrate additional techniques.
Your subconscious mind never tires and never sleeps, it’s like a sponge, absorbing information every second of every day, it forms conclusions and creates beliefs based on that flow of information. Of course, it goes without saying, that if your environment is negative, and filled with strife and unhappiness, what kind of messages are being formed in your subconscious mind. Continue reading
Your subconscious mind is more powerful than you could ever imagine, it has immense power and controls 97% your life!
Not only does it regulate your Autonomic Nervous System such as heart beat, breathing, organs and glands, but also your life experiences: from the actions that you take each day, to the foods you eat, even the type of job you have and the amount of money you earn.
Every part of your life’s experiences are guided and controlled by your subconscious beliefs and interpretations.
Your subconscious is just like the auto-pilot in an aircraft, and has been programmed to follow a specific course that cannot be changes easily, unless you change the old course directions by replacing them with new ones. Continue reading
What are Brainwaves? There is nothing more fascinating than the human brain; I am always amazed at just how incredible this bio-computer really is.
Did you know that 78% of your brain is water, 12% fat and 8% protein, the cerebral cortex is about 85% of your brain?
There are about 100 billion neurons in the human brain (same amount of stars in our galaxy) and approximately 100ml of blood flow through the brain every minute, there are 160km of blood vessels in your brain.
It can stay alive for up to 4–6 minutes without oxygen; the slowest speed that information travels between neurons is 416km per hour. The energy used by the brain is enough to light a 25 watt light bulb and more electrical impulses are generated in one day by a single human brain than by all the telephones in the world. Continue reading