When you change your subconscious you will be enhancing your ability to have a more balanced life.
The Key To Happiness Is The Ability To Change.
What is your subconscious?
The dictionary says this: of or concerning the part of the mind of which one is not fully aware but which influences one's actions and feelings: my subconscious fear.
noun (one's/the subconscious)
this part of the mind (not in technical use in psychoanalysis, where unconscious is preferred).
The subconscious is an accumulation of life's opinions, actions and reactions. it is not as hard to change as you might think.
Taking the time to meditate on positive actions is a good way. You vision your self the way you want to be. You see yourself reacting the way you feel a healthy person might react.
Practice acting and speaking the way you feel would be your true higher self. Just like that old saying, "You fake it till you make it."
This is not a bad thing. Anything can be changed. It takes just 21 days to change a habit. So for the next 21 days practice being the person you want to be. You will see subtle changes in who you are becoming. You will see yourself reacting differently in situations you used to have trouble in.
Be prepared to put in a little work. Remember it took a long time to develop negative behavior. It will take some work on your part to change it. So work to change your subconscious and you will never regret it.
This passage was take from the Science of Mind Text Book. Authored by : Ernest Holmes
THE CONSCIOUS AND
THE UNCONSCIOUS THOUGHT:
"Since man always has had the habit of naming things, he named his memory his "unconscious thought," and his conscious thought he called his "objective mind." He now came to the conclusion that he had two minds, one conscious and one unconscious, or sub-conscious. The conscious mind being the one that he used all of the time in his self-conscious state and the sub-conscious mind being the storehouse of all his conscious thoughts, as well as the seat of his memory. It follows, that as conscious thought acts, unconscious thought must also operate. This conclusion led to the discovery that the sub-conscious mind is the builder of the body; not that it really made the body in the first place, for Instinctive Man did that; but that the sub-conscious mind keeps the body going and is always acting on the thoughts of the conscious mind. After carefully watching this process, man discovered that he could consciously think and, by so doing, make such an impression on his unconscious thought that it would do what he directed. From these observations he deduced the law of suggestion to be one of action and reaction. Thus he found how habits are formed; that they are conscious ideas fallen into the inner thought and carried out to logical conclusions."