Iceberg

We Can Move Mountains

The subconscious mind is also responsible for all  physiological functions of the body; we don’t regulate our heart rate,  breathing, kidney function or digestion with our conscious mind. If we would,  the collection of trillions of cells that comprise our body, would not work  together as effectively and harmoniously as it usually does. And even  “deliberate” movement, such as walking, requires the precise coordination of  many different muscles, a challenge that we would not able to master  consciously. Along those lines, have you ever noticed that you can’t really  recall, how you drove yourself to work or how you were eating that sandwich,  while watching TV. The subconscious mind takes control of all these automatic  movements and patterns, without our conscious awareness. In fact, studies  suggest that more than 75% of our daily activities are regulated by the subconscious  mind.

Considering the vast responsibilities of the subconscious  mind, its power and enormous  potential  become very obvious. With the right leverage we can move mountains. Working  directly with the subconscious mind provides this leverage, to effectively  create profound and long-lasting changes on the mental, emotional and physical  level.

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The Vast Subconscious Mind

The subconscious or unconscious mind (terms which can be used interchangeably),
is the part of our mind, which operates usually below the level of our normal
consciousness. Like in the iceberg analogy, the subconscious mind is the vaster and
more substantial part of our mind. Out of the 2 Million bits of information which
approach us every second, the conscious mind can only register 7+/- bits,
whereas the subconscious mind computes 140+/-. The subconscious mind is in
charge of our emotions, which explains why we can feel a certain way without
really knowing why – for example waking up grumpy one day and completely happy
the next. The subconscious mind also stores memories from any events of our
past. Just take a moment and think about the house you grew up in. Before you
visited this place in your conscious mind, you had to access this information
from its subconscious storage space. However, not all memory is accessible to
us; one so called “prime directions” of the subconscious mind, is to seal off
traumatic events, which we are not ready to deal with. In addition, our deepest
core beliefs, values and imprints are “anchored” and programmed into our
subconscious mind.

**Tuesday October 4th…The Conclusion to The Iceberg Comparison

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The Iceberg Comparison

An iceberg is a great analogy that describes the connection between
the conscious and the subconscious mind– with a small, visible part
above the surface and a huge part below. The conscious mind is
responsible for our awareness in the waking state.  Thinking analytically,
creating logical order, wondering about cause and effect
and asking “why” are all characteristics of the conscious mind. The
conscious mind is the place of cognitive learning and understanding
and uses the intellect  to come up with logical solutions for problems.
It makes choices based on facts and moves the body deliberately.

 

 

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