Uncovering the Subconscious Habits: How to Reprogram Your Mind

We all have habits, both good and bad, that we exhibit without even thinking about them. Biting your nails when you're nervous, showing aggression when you're under pressure, or overeating at a buffet are all examples of subconscious habits. To break these habits and create positive ones, you need to understand how your subconscious mind works and how to reprogram it. Your subconscious mind is very resistant to change and expects a routine.

To make a change, you need to provide great stimuli or rewards. When you find yourself performing a habit, stop and ask yourself “why did I do it?” Tick a box each day after you've completed the habit until the pattern is deeply ingrained in your subconscious mind. Additionally, plan your day the night before as this will help your subconscious mind achieve your goal.


can help you start reprogramming your subconscious mind and you may start to see resistance diminish and momentum flowing.

However, it takes time for your subconscious to absorb information and override existing data. The habit won't break overnight, and the more ingrained the habit is in the subconscious mind, the harder it will be to quit. Your subconscious mind only adjusts to present realities and cannot process future conditions. Once I discovered that the subconscious mind was the reason for my failures, I started making changes.

Your subconscious mind is like a field, your thinking is like a seed and the fruits it produces are habits (good or bad).