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The <b>Power</b> Of Your <b>Subconscious Mind</b> – Joseph Murphy <b>...</b>

The <b>Power</b> Of Your <b>Subconscious Mind</b> – Joseph Murphy <b>...</b>

Posted: 21 Apr 2014 03:26 PM PDT

10 Facts of the <b>SubConscious Mind</b> | The Journey Continues

Posted: 20 Apr 2014 04:49 AM PDT

Our subconscious mind exerts a powerful influence over our lives. It preserves and runs the body. It stores and organizes memories, emotions, and energy. It controls and maintains all of our perceptions. Over 95% of what we do, think, and say comes from old programming in our subconscious mind.

1. Despite its power, the subconscious is a servant of the conscious mind. It follows orders by acting on whatever is fed to it. It cannot distinguish between what is real and what is imagined. It has no sense of humor and takes everything very literally. Your conscious mind is the gate-keeper. For personal power, you must be aware of what you are allowing into the subconscious. And you can intentionally program it to manifest what you want in life.

2. The subconscious mind responds with instinct and habit. As thinking and behavioral patterns deepen, they become habits and they become harder and harder to change.

 3. Use repetition, authority, and emotion to program the subconscious. Affirm and visualize often what you desire. Be strong, willful and in command. Draw on your passion and emotional power to affirm what you want, as emotions have a very strong impact on the subconscious mind.

4. The subconscious mind does not process negatives. For this reason, all affirmations and statements must be positive. Do not say, "I will not gain weight." The 'not' is not recorded. The subconscious mind only hears, "I will gain weight."

5. The subconscious represses memories with unresolved negative emotions. The memories will get buried, yet the beliefs and feelings associated with them will still control your reactions. This is why it is important to become aware of and resolve strong guilt, resentment, fears, anger, and depression.

6. The subconscious mind works with symbols and metaphors. Watch your dreams closely for symbols that will offer clues to underlying issues that need to be resolved.

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Hypnotherapy And The <b>Power</b> Of The <b>Subconscious Mind</b> <b>...</b>

Posted: 10 Apr 2014 03:51 AM PDT

Hypnotherapy And The Power Of The Subconscious Mind

Posted on 10/04/2014 Updated on 10/04/2014

When we have health problems, we will immediately go and see a doctor to seek guidance and help because none of us want to be unhealthy. But some of us (whether it is due to our cultural philosophy or way of living) will seek healing powers from alternative medicine providers to help solve our health problems. And if our health problems are overwhelming, then it may take several meetings with these health care providers so that they can diagnose, treat and remedy our health issues. With the advancement of human development and medical technology, more and more people are interested in using clinical hypnotherapy as a healing agent for health issues such as stress and anxiety which are common occurrences of modern living.

Research has shown that stress is widely believed to be one of the main causes of various diseases such as headache, back pain, high blood pressure, heart disease, depression. Stress and pressures of modern living can also affect our immune system, and this naturally can trigger variety of other diseases. In addition to resolving a wide range of health problems as mentioned above, hypnotherapy can often be used to compliment the healing process of different diseases, addictions, and psychological traumas as well.

The core essence of hypnosis is to be able to tap in to the source of personal power within each of us. Hypnotherapists simply help an individual realize this internal resource and assist in resurfacing self-healing powers of the mind and body so that an individual can utilize that unlimited internal power that lies buried beneath the stresses of busy lifestyle most of us live. Despite the popular misconception about hypnosis, a person receiving a treatment actually does not fall asleep to reveal their deep rooted secrets, instead, patient is always aware of their surroundings. Getting hypnosis is just like having a nice and relaxing massage therapy.
Hypnotherapy And The Power Of The Subconscious Mind

Hypnosis Can Reconnect the Conscious with the Subconscious Mind

Our conscious mind is the side that is associated with the logical aspects of our lives, and is related to our short-term memory; it is our logical thinking that makes us remember the things we have done before. This part of our mind always tries to make sense of everything we sense through our 5 humanly senses, through rationalization our minds always weigh, debate and reason as to how to self-preserve and survive. Although our built in survival instincts are very strong and powerful, it has limitation due to previous negative experiences.

Our conscious mind cannot make the necessary correlation with our inner feelings (humanly intuition) at will; it requires work, effort and practice. But through hypnotherapy, a hypnotherapist can actually help us reconnect our conscious thinking with our precious subconscious mind (inner guidance, intuition). This naturally will allow us to live more harmoniously and have greater control in our lives to positively arrive at a destination we call "our destiny". This is what hypnotherapy can do, allow an individual reconnect and make the link.

Benefits of Clinical Hypnotherapy

In addition to helping cure some disorders such as phobias, obesity, drug addiction, weight loss and smoking cigarettes, hypnotherapy can also increase our productivity as it not only can help reduce stress, anxiety, insomnia and pain, it can actually eliminate these conditions completely.

For example: if we are having issues such as anxiety, then we usually go and see our doctors, and we will usually be prescribed variety of medications to relieve pain or to overcome some problems associated with anxiety. But these medications are simply a relief and not a cure for the causes of these health issues; furthermore, all prescription medications have side effects in one form or another.

More and more people are benefiting from clinical hypnosis because there is no medication prescribed to you, nor are there any side effects apart from living a healthier life. Because clinical hypnosis can once and for all help you to rid your life from unwanted habits such as stress, insomnia, phobias, obesity, weight loss or drug addictions. To learn more about hypnosis and to see if you can benefit from it simply visit

You can also visit: hypnotherapy to learn more about hypnosis and its clinical uses. If you have any questions or wanting to book a private consultation session with a hypnotherapist in Melbourne Australia, visit Melbourne Cognitive Hypnotherapy website where you can instantly make an online booking.

Develop The <b>Power</b> Of Not Letting The Insecurities Of Others Get To <b>...</b>

Posted: 16 Apr 2014 04:42 AM PDT

Don't you love it when someone reach out to you because of a blog post or article you've written?

Well, I'll tell you that if the article in question happens to be one that discuss a very important social issue, not only you would be glad to extend a helping hand, but it would even motivate you to write another post. So this is what I'm doing here.

Few days ago I've received an email from a young woman who had just read my blog post about the effects of bullying which I have written almost a year ago.  She wrote me to ask for advice. She was saying that she had been bullied in the past in grade school, and that as a result of it she was struggling with self-esteem.

In her message she mentioned something very important. She said that she showed people the timid side of her for fear of confrontation and teasing.

As I looked back at my own years of being bullied, I realized that for the most part, the reason why we let people, step on us, spit on us, call us names, or even tease us in a mean and sarcastic way, it's because we want to avoid confrontation above all else. In her sentence I caught that most important word; "fear." Indeed, many of us, simply fear confrontation.

The question is WHY?

Why are we Afraid of Confrontation?

When I look back on my own experience with bullying, I can see very clearly now, that I was trying very hard not to be confrontational with my aggressors.  I realize that my fear of confrontation was due to the fact that I was convinced – I believed strongly – that confrontation was going to be more painful than endurance. Of course, I was wrong, but unfortunately, that's what young people who are being bullied truly believe.

Young people who let others bully them want to avoid pain, but by doing so, they are actually adding more pain.

This is due to the fact that our subconscious job is to always choose the easiest, less confrontational path.  So instead of facing the situation "which our subconscious mind believes is painful," we thus chose the next best thing, which is doing nothing and endure.

You see, our brain, our mind and subconscious mind, all of it, always try to avoid the most challenging path and opt for this easiest one, that's when dear old fear sets in, to prevent us from choosing the hardest, most challenging option that we have available.

One Important Thing to Remember

A close friend of mine, once told me that he was a bully nightmare, because he would actually defend people being bullied by confronting bullies. He scared the bullies, by coming out stronger than them. Not necessarily physically stronger, but stronger in energy, presence and personality.

In my reply to this young lady I said one of the things I always say when I speak of the subject of bullying. Aggressive people are exactly like aggressive dogs.  They will attack you if they feel that you're scared. If you have an aggressive dog and put two people in front of him, one scared and the other not, the dog is going to go for the scared one, and so is the bully.

It doesn't matter if it's physical, verbal or emotional bullying. It's all the same, it's always directed at the ones who are afraid and scared, and it's usually delivered by the same people – the bully type people.

When you are being bullied in any way, what you must remember is that, even though you may be afraid of confrontation, you're not the problem. They are.

As I have mentioned in my previous post on this subject, bullies are very unhappy kids (or adults) with enough issues to keep a therapist busy for a while.  Most of those issues are brought on by their parents, tutors, teachers, etc.  They are venting their own frustrations on others, thus they are attacking people that they feel are weak.

So, how can you get stronger and make sure you're never bullied again?

Being Confrontational doesn't mean to be Violent and it doesn't Hurt

Learn to understand that confrontation doesn't hurt, and embrace your fears.

You can confront someone who is trying to harm you either physically or emotionally by defending yourself in a non- violent manner. I know it can be scary, but embrace your fears. I promise it feels so good!

Actually, non-violent confrontation is much, much powerful than trying to get into a fight, but it has to come from within.  You need to build that strength inside you to be able to not only confront any bully by your inner strength, but actually not attracting them around you anymore.

As I was telling this young woman in need of advice, you can build that inner strength by doing few simple exercises, such as these…

1)     Affirmations in Front of a Mirror

Repeat affirmative positive statements in front of a mirror 5 minutes in the morning before you start your day, and 5 minutes at night before you go to bed.

Here are some great affirmations that if done every day for a while will do wonders for you:

  • I love you, I truly love you.
  • I love knowing that I am in the process of building my confidence more and more each and every day.
  • I love knowing that I am in the process of building my self-esteem more and more each day.
  • I wish the best to the people who are bullying me as I understand that what they are projecting is their own weaknesses and lack of confidence.
  • I love knowing that I'm actually much stronger than they are, and that I know better than them already, as I'm doing those affirmations.
  • I love knowing that I'm getting bolder and bolder, and speak for myself more and more.
  • I love knowing that my self-confidence and self-esteem are getting stronger each and every day.
  • The stronger I feel the more people love and respect me.
  • I rejoice that the (Universe) or (God) is giving me the strength and power that I need to feel confident and secure.

2)     Learn How to Practice EFT

You can also do affirmations along with EFT (emotional freedom technique) which I suggest you learn about and start doing on a regular basis. Go to my page where I explain what EFT is and how it works.

You can also find tons of videos on YouTube that will show you how it's done. EFT is easy, and it really works, because it touches two vital areas at the same time – energy and mind.

3)     Meditation

Try to meditate for 20 minutes each night as you lay in bed. If you need guidance with meditation, here again, there are plenty of videos online that will guide you with meditation. Every night I go to bed with my tablet and my headphones and do meditation for about 20 minutes just before I fall asleep.

Over time, meditation will empower you from the inside out. You will feel stronger, more confident, more secure and more in tuned.


Don't let insecurities of others get to you. You have the power to fight back in a peaceful, yet very powerful way. So if you are having some insecurity issues due to past or present bullying, don't sit there and accept this anymore. Take your power back, and see what happens!

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