Our conscious mind is constantly interpreting our world and sending messages to our subconscious mind. It's important to understand that regardless of what the conscious mind says, the subconscious mind believes it is an absolute truth, even if it is not. The communication between the conscious and subconscious mind is bidirectional, with ideas, emotions, memories, and images from the past being sent from the subconscious to the conscious. To effectively communicate with the subconscious, we must use the principle of autosuggestion.
As a clinical psychologist with experience treating mental and psychological issues, I have found it beneficial to work with my clients on both a conscious and subconscious level to improve their overall psychological and emotional functioning. So how do we change outdated programming stored in our subconscious? It's all about how you have configured your subconscious and what tasks you have assigned it. The dominant thoughts that remain in the conscious mind (positive or negative) reach and influence the subconscious. For example, if you are used to seeing bugs in your room, your subconscious will tell you that a black dot is moving.
I was amazed at how comfortable I felt when I connected with my subconscious and followed its orders. With this ability, you can influence your subconscious to work towards your desired goals. The subconscious mind controls heart rate, blood circulation, digestion, and elimination. It is made up of both the conscious and subconscious mind.
The conscious mind is your thinking or objective mind that lives within the realms of what you can see, touch, taste, hear, and smell. The power of our minds is incredible; by understanding how our minds work we can unlock its potential. To do this we must understand both the conscious and subconscious minds and how they interact with each other. By using autosuggestion we can communicate with our subconscious and make changes to outdated programming.