Do you ever feel like you're stuck in a rut, unable to make the changes you need to live the life you want? You may be surprised to learn that the answer lies in your subconscious mind. By understanding how your subconscious works and learning techniques to reprogram it, you can unlock its power and create positive change in your life. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a great example of how to control your subconscious thoughts. Instead of setting long-term goals that may change over time, focus on taking small steps that will help you reach your desired outcome.
Your subconscious mind has a homeostatic drive that regulates functions such as body temperature, heartbeat, and breathing. It also makes you feel emotionally and physically uncomfortable when you try something new or different. Fortunately, there are activities and exercises that can help you access and expand your subconscious. By using the right words, actions, or ideas, you can create a new way for your subconscious to search its databases and find a positive response.
You can also use your conscious mind to reprogram or retrain your subconscious to do things that are more beneficial for your future. Your subconscious mind also practices homeostasis in your mental realm, keeping you thinking and acting in a manner consistent with what you've done and said in the past. If you have a subconscious association between success and corruption, it will be difficult to do what is necessary to live the life you want. With the right word, action or idea, you can create a new way for your subconscious to search its databases and find a positive, inspiring and empowering way to respond.
You can also use your consciousness to reprogram or retrain your subconscious to do things that are more beneficial for your future.