“Speaking” to the Subconscious

The language of the subconscious mind uses few, if any, words. The language is more visual or kinesthetic. It uses stories, pictures, experiences or feelings to activate an action. We may picture ourselves accomplishing a goal, use a feeling to experience the goal. A smell may remind us of something in the past and that communicates to the subconscious mind a message. Love is a strong communication to the subconscious mind.

Another way the subconscious mind communicates is with intent. Intent is the language of doing or being within our mind. When we have intent to purchase something, it often becomes a legal document which says this property is yours. When we hear of a person who hand an intent to kill, they will be tried in a court of law as though they had actually committed the crime. It is also the language which accomplishes the most with the subconscious mind. Author, J. Allen Boone, suggests all living things communicate with intent. It is the universal language of all.

When the subconscious mind is in some type of negative observation, it doesn’t say, “I think that I will eat all those cookies,” or “I will light that cigarette at the filter end, take 10 drags and then put it out.” You must change the negative thought to a positive one. For example, instead of thinking “I feel as though I am going to get a headache,” say, “I don’t fee like getting a headache”!

In hypnosis the word suggestion is used when speaking to the subconscious mind. The word instruction is not used. A suggestion is a subjective implication, not a demand or instruction. Suggestions are the subjective instructions you give to your subconscious mind.

For example, to be more confident at a job interview, rather than using words, use a feeling of being more confident or sureness and be free from fears. This would become memorized and then released later during the interview. This is what’s called a post-hypnotic suggestion.

See, feel and imagine what it is you are wanting to change. Continually see, feel and imagine yourself accomplishing this goal! Learn your language by observing the way you speak when you are with people. Listen for words in your mind such as, see, view, look, appear, feel, hold, grab, tight, etc. These, and many more, are great clues to your inner language. Observe the way your inadequacies occur and then you will know what language to use for your specific goal. Once you master this language, you master your goals.

What the mind can conceive, the body can achieve!

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