Awesome facts about the subconscious mind

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Your conscious mind commands and your subconscious mind obeys. Your subconscious mind is an unquestioned servant. It works day and night to make your behavior fit a pattern that is consistent with your emotional thoughts, hopes and desires. Your subconscious mind grows flowers or weeds in the garden of your life.

  • It is certainly the largest and most active part of the mind
  • It takes care of many things that you are not actively paying attention to
  • Certain parts regulate autonomic bodily functions, such as breathing and heartbeat and body temperature regulation
  • Emotions arise there, and must be controlled by the conscious mind
  • It regulates sleep (duh) and creates our dreams
  • New “automatic” parts are created every time you learn to do something so well you do it, “without thinking about it”
  • You are always unaware of what the subconscious/unconscious is doing (by definition)
  • If you become aware of what is happening, your conscious generally takes over control
  • Your conscious mind can “take over” certain functions (such as breathing) but control returns to the subconscious once you drop your attention
  • Not a whole lot else
  • It remembers everything you have ever experienced in perfect clarity (known to be false—memory is plastic)
  • It can do anything perfectly without training
  • It can copy anyone else’s skills perfectly just by seeing how they do something on the surface (an NLP-based falsehood)
  • It always does the best thing for us (known to be false)
  • It always wants the best thing for us (how would you know?)
  • It will help you ACHIEVE as long as you BELIEVE! (uh, working your ass off really helps, and that requires conscious effort, too)

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