Being Conscious · The Subconscious Mind

5 Ways to Sympathize With Your Subconscious Mind

Your subconscious mind can be a fickle thing. There are layers upon layers of complexes, limiting beliefs, and obstacles that us conscious users aren’t completely aware of, and complications arising from these phenomena can hold us back from getting anywhere we want to go–or being the people we want to be. It’s precisely because of… Continue reading 5 Ways to Sympathize With Your Subconscious Mind

The Subconscious Mind

Decreasing Internal Conflict–A Guide to Prolonged Energy

When the work that you do is primarily intellectual–that is, you use your brain most of the time rather than your body–difficult tasks can often have the effect of soaking up all of your available willpower. This is especially true of cases where something is hard, and you allow the fact that it is hard… Continue reading Decreasing Internal Conflict–A Guide to Prolonged Energy

Critical Thinking · The Subconscious Mind

How Your Brain Responds to Hard Questions

In Daniel Kahneman’s Book, Thinking, Fast and Slow, he discusses several years of academic research that sought to explain how our minds worked in a scientific, observable manner. I, of course, believe that we can explain just about everything using our subconscious and conscious minds, however there are some differences–one in particular–between these two approaches that… Continue reading How Your Brain Responds to Hard Questions

Being Conscious · The Subconscious Mind

How to Obliterate Hatred, Anger, and Self-Destruction From Your Life

When we don’t have exactly what we want, there are two potential reactions: we either accept it, and continue with our lives, or we blame something else for inflicting this pain on us. One of them can lead to sadness, which leads to acceptance. The other one boils inside of us, causing pain, anger, envy,… Continue reading How to Obliterate Hatred, Anger, and Self-Destruction From Your Life

Being Conscious · The Subconscious Mind

Destressing: How to Let the Little Things Go

As I’ve talked about before, most human beings are robots, and assert that they are incapable of changing or improving (“I am who I am”). Most of the time, the thought of quitting a habit like smoking or consistently eating fast food is too arduous for our minds to handle, and most people will consistently… Continue reading Destressing: How to Let the Little Things Go

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Limiting Beliefs Part Two: Yin and Yang

Many people have everything backwards. They think that they go through life, and the things that happen to them influence their beliefs and thoughts. They might try one thing, but it is a “sign from the universe” if something seemingly unexpected or difficult crosses their path. From my experience, anyone who has uttered the phrase… Continue reading Limiting Beliefs Part Two: Yin and Yang

The Subconscious Mind

Limiting Beliefs: Destroy or be Destroyed

Provocative title, yeah? Assuming you’ve been keeping up with my recent discussions on the subconscious mind–or if you think you’re well enough versed in the subject to read this post with a keen eye–this will hopefully be the charge of electricity to the light bulb floating above your head. Though, admittedly, getting to know your subconscious… Continue reading Limiting Beliefs: Destroy or be Destroyed