Functions Of The Subconscious Mind And How To Use Your Brain To Create The Life You Want
Some examples of these functions are: 1.
Metabolic processes 2.
Blood sugar level 3.
Hormone output 4.
Heart rate 5.
Blood pressure 6.
Respiratory rate 7.
Eye blinking 9.
Elimination If you can control more of your subconscious mind through the use of hypnosis and/or meditation, you may be able to affect some of these functions.
Some of the stories that result from using hypnotic techniques about how people have learned to use the power of their minds are amazing.
Consider the possibility that dramatic life changes may simply become everyday occurrences for you as well.
Another by-product of hypnosis is that all of your body functions achieve a healthy balance when you are in alpha or theta brain wave states.
For example, if you use self-hypnosis to lower your blood sugar, you may also be normalizing your blood pressure without even focusing on it.
All of your memories and related incidents are stored in your subconscious mind.
It is the seat of your creativity, emotions, imagination and energy.
The two most common motivating forces in the subconscious are protection and punishment.
Much of what you do is in response to your mind either wanting to protect you or punish you, usually the former.
The subconscious mind can be compared to a computerized elephant and your willpower is a mouse doing battle with it.
Your mouse is flitting about, enthused and excited to create the changes you want in your life and the elephant just sits there, operating on old, outdated computer tapes, unwilling to be moved by the mouse.
The mouse is doomed to failure.
What hypnosis can do is show you how to move your elephant.
Remember, elephants usually move slowly.
Don't be impatient with your elephant.
However, every time it moves, congratulate it.
That will make the next moves easier and easier.