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Subconscious Meaning

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Today we will be discussing Subconscious Meaning

I am Mr. Michael Adams

I am a depression and PTSD survivor

Former Addict of narcotics and alcohol

Borderline Atheist

Found God through a spiritual awakening

Now Entrepreneur

Here to serve humanity

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The subconscious is a very interesting thing. But to start to overstand the subconscious, we first need to examine the conscious mind and how it operates. We are pure awareness floating around in our conscious mind. What we focus on grows, and a steady mind equals steady awareness. The conscious mind is very limited, as awareness goes to one area at a time, filtering out much of reality around us.

The subconscious mind however is a recorder and storage compartment. The subconscious is much more powerful than the conscious mind, as it stores every aspect of life, in different compartments of the mind. It is always recording, always recording, yes, always recording (let that sink in). When we sleep, it is still recording, when we zone out, it is still recording.

Let's go a little more in-depth on this mass recorder and storage compartment we all have. The subconscious's job is to monitor everything, from body temperature, room temperature, or scanning for danger in the visual field, and hearing field. Also, it is scanning our body up and down for illnesses, pain, and pleasure. You name it, the subconscious does it. Not only does it do all that, but it also stores it away for future memory.

Our subconscious is just like a computer's memory. Or we can even play with this idea and think of it as a magic gene, always there to supply the answers we seek. Everything we have learned, seen, and heard, it is all in there just waiting to be called upon. Mystics, wise men, yogis figured this out thousands of years ago. Many famous people throughout history have discovered this secret as well.

Tap into the subconscious through meditation. Meditation is the gateway into the subconscious mind to access unlimited life data. The subconscious makes connections of all you have learned, and then hands down those connections into our conscious mind, giving us that "ah-ha" moment. Drop into the subconscious and by doing so, we tend to drop into alpha and flow states of being.

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