Uncover the Hidden Power of the Subconscious Mind

Uncover the Hidden Power of the Subconscious Mind

What if you could program a computer to create more success and happiness for yourself?

You absolutely can, and you don’t even have to buy any software. The subconscious mind is like an internal computer you can use to help you achieve the life of your dreams.

The way to program your subconscious is through meditation and visualisation techniques. These simple exercises are easy and promote well-being on many levels.

Don’t doubt the effectiveness of what I’m about to share with you, or you’ll be blocking the possibilities right from the start.

In fact, you are already programming your mind; you just don’t realise it. Every belief that you tell yourself becomes your experience, whether or not you want it.

Your subconscious doesn’t have a filter to keep out bad thoughts, so you need to monitor your thinking.

Even though you really want to be rich and famous, you probably have some doubts about what you can achieve. The more you entertain those doubts, the more they come true.

Thoughts like, “I’ll never have enough money” will cause just that, not enough money.

Many people report using visualisation techniques to manifest success, happiness and even improve their golf game, all by just thinking about it. That’s it.

If you can train your mind to imagine it and even have a virtual experience of it, the more likely you are to get it in real life.

This is a very simple process that doesn’t take much time, special equipment or a lot of instruction.

It is easy to do almost anywhere and when you see results, you’ll be hooked.

Do the following once a day for best results: 


* Set aside a time and place for a meditation practice. Turn off mobile devices and close the door. Let your family know that you need a few minutes of quiet time.

* Create some sacred space. Perhaps you light a candle or some incense. Place crystals or flowers in front of you for a gazing point. It can be simple, yet special.

* Write your intention. Be extremely detailed and specific about what it would be like to have it and why you want it that way.

* Sit in a comfortable position. This can be on a cushion on the floor or in a chair as long as you are not straining or distracted by the position. Keep your back straight and chin tilted slightly downward.

* Rest your hands gently in your lap. You may nestle one palm above the other, face up. If you know a specific hand position or mudra, you may do that instead.

* Close your eyes. Turn your thoughts inward and try to let the outer world fade away.

* Breathe deeply through your nose. Inhale fully, and then slowly exhale, either through the nose or mouth. Repeat this six times.

* Allow your thoughts to settle. This may take several minutes or even longer if you have never meditated before. You’ll notice that all of your worries and random thoughts from the day will come to the surface. Just observe them for a moment and let them go.

* Refocus your attention on your breath if you get distracted by your thoughts. The idea is to break the rambling thoughts by reminding yourself through breathing that those thoughts are not happening. You may have to do this frequently, especially in the beginning.

* When your thoughts have quieted down, think of the intention you have focused on. See yourself achieving your goal step by step. Try to create the experience in your mind as fully as you can, down to the last detail.

* It is important to keep your thoughts positive, as if your intention is true right now. Entertaining doubtful thoughts or limitations are detrimental to this process. You must believe it to achieve it.

* Once you have visualised every detail and feeling that comes with your intention, release it into the world. Reaffirm your intention throughout the day and behave as though it has already come true.

* Finish your meditation time with a moment of gratitude for all that you do have and watch for little ways that your visualisation is becoming more real throughout the day.

Practice Makes Perfect


This practice takes time to operate in your life. Creating a vision board or writing your intention where you can see it every day will keep your thoughts on track.

Using an affirmation like “I’m achieving ____ every day,” will reaffirm your intentions.

When you let the surface thoughts dissolve and program your intentions for success, there will be little signs showing you how to achieve your goals.

Listening to your inner wisdom rather than the worrying and negative thoughts will show you the way.

The information you need may not come in a big, obvious message from the intention fairy, however.

It is more likely that you will get little nudges along the way, like a trail of breadcrumbs. The more you reaffirm your intentions, the more clues you will find.

Be willing to trust your inner voice and do what feels authentic and positive for yourself.

You will reach your potential when what you are doing is full of good energy and emotions rather than doubt or negativity. They are the signals that you are on the right track.

OK, so if it’s that easy, then why isn’t everyone rich and happy?

This technique is difficult for our modern lifestyle, as we have some difficulty clearing our racing minds and sitting still with our inner selves.

Daily practice is the only way to see results, so be patient and watch as it unfolds for you.

May you reap the rewards of your good intentions.

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