Monday, September 27, 2010

How to Talk to Your Subconscious Mind?

The purpose of this blog entry is to learn about accessing your subconscious mind. Our mind has two faculties: the conscious part which is responsible for logic and reasoning. All planning and actions are coming from our conscious mind. The subconscious function of the mind is directing all involuntary actions like our heart beat, blood flow, digestion, etc. All those tasks are done automatically.

We make decisions with our conscious mind but emotion, thoughts, memories and beliefs are all stored in the subconscious mind.

Ralph Waldo Emerson
“The secret is the answer to all that has been all this is and all that will be.”

We all want to know WHO WE ARE and WHAT IS MY PUPOSE? We can put these kinds of questions to our subconscious mind. It may take a while and sometimes an amazing journey to find the answers to those questions.

Here, I want to introduce a method of “talking” to our body (subconscious mind)  in order to find answers in general or to let go of unwanted emotions and memories.

Many teachers have been using the teachings of the Law of Attraction. I belief though, that many of us have been missing out on the blessings of the LOA by being burdened by our past, heavy memories, unprocessed emotions, and general energetic junk.

The reason we can access the subconscious mind is that we are spiritual beings, created of energy. That energy expresses itself in different forms of vibrations or frequencies. Scientists are now able to measure those waves just like sound waves, light waves, or electrical currents. When we go to the atomic level we are protons, neutrons, and electrons. Each element of nature has its own vibration; the different proportions of these three components make different types of atoms or elements as defined by the periodic table. The lighter the element (like gaseous) the more space is registered in between the protons, neutrons, etc.

When you use the techniques mentioned in this blog, you are addressing your body at the energy level, picking up invisible frequencies. The only way the body can answer is through YES or NO questions. The first method I like to introduce is Muscle Testing, also called kinesiology.

"Kinesiology" means the science of movement. Applied Kinesiology was the name given to muscle isolation techniques developed by U.S. chiropractor Dr. George Goodhart from Detroit, Michigan.

Rather than explaining how to do muscle testing, I like to direct you to watch the short video:

The concept behind muscle testing is to help the body, mind and spirit to become strong, or to reveal what is hindering us to be that way. The body will respond to muscle testing if anything enters the environment of the body which may cause imbalance to the functions of it.

Another method is working with the pendulum also called divining.  It can be used for the same purpose. Although, it takes more practice.  In any case, our mind has to be very calm and clear, in order to get accurate answers. Here is another link about the pendulum: or you can also watch this short video:

With the above healing tools we can step forward to get to know ourselves better.  Once we are free of our past, releasing memories and suffering, we can step into the future with greater confidence and vigor.

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