Saturday, September 24, 2011

Thought Transference And Learning Power Of Subconscious Mind

When you are thinking about things like creation and power, make sure that you think about how the power of your subconscious mind works. Everything that we say and do originates in the mind and for some people who have a great deal of focus and will, the actions of the mind can become something very real and tangible.

Let's look at an example of subconscious mind power, where you want to change the channel on the television. Chances are good that you have been in a place where you just picked up the remote and flipped the channel without thinking twice about it. You didn't need to worry about the particulars of the action because you were very used to it, you knew what to expect and the action has become subconscious.

Before we get deep into this conversation, it's important to understand how an action occurs. Normally you might be sitting in front of the TV and want to change the channel. The conscious mind will tell you to pick up your remote and press the appropriate button. However, there are times when you see maybe a commercial you don't like and automatically change it without even giving it a second thought. This occurs because you've trained your subconscious to change the channel when that particular commercial is on.

However, that same concept can be run in reverse. Thinking of the positive outcomes of an action can make them come closer to their realization. This need not be complicated, it's not rocket science. It's using what's called the Law of Attraction to bring positive outcomes to your life. It's a simple process and anyone can do it.

Quite possibly, the simplest way one can guide the subconscious mind it through the power of affirmation. As one would logically assume, affirmation refers to the ability to remind oneself of positive aspects of life in order to achieve a desired result.

Sometimes, you need to be a bit more proactive; when faced with a task you're putting off, affirm to yourself the positive benefits of completing the task. Remind yourself that you can do it, and think about all the things you can do when it's done. People who mark their calendars counting down to a holiday are one example of this.

One way this can be achieved is through constantly reminding oneself about how many benefits can be derived from performing the task. You could also look in the mirror and affirm that you are the absolute best person for the job. In fact, you are so good at the job the end result will be a complete work of art!

Other ways to tap into the power of your subconscious mind include hypnosis and post hypnotic suggestions. More than the scenario of the Manchurian Candidate, hypnosis is a way to program your subconscious to do things for you. Consult with a hypnotherapist to see if this is the right avenue for you to use.

There is evidence that this can actually be taken much further. Buddhist monks for example are able to use the power of their subconscious mind so successfully that they can exhibit what some would call 'supernatural' powers such as levitation and invisibility.

By using the power of our subconscious mind, we can actually manipulate matter on a subatomic level and all of the events around us. This has been explained in films and books such as 'The Secret' which explains the law of attraction. This shows that it is not only theoretically possible, but is in fact a physical law which allows you to manifest whatever you want out of life just by successfully communicating with your subconscious mind.

People are capable of a lot more than they know; and the key to using this is to tap into the full power of the subconscious mind. It's never too late to start. Start focusing on unrelenting positivism and see the benefits unfold in your own life, today!

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Wilfred Stanley has been studying brainpower enhancement, creative problem solving, Mind Power and related topics for years. You can visit his website, and listen free Mind Power Subliminal Audio , at:

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