Subconscious mind tricks to succeed.

Subconscious mind tricks- to succeed.

The reason most people are dissatisfied with their daily lives is ignorance. We all have an enormous force to use that we are not aware of – that is our SUBCONSCIOUSNESS. The subconscious has been used throughout the ages and it has made the poor rich, the unnoticed celebrities, and the workers businessmen. And it is there for you and me. We just need to be aware of that.

Napoleon Hill, a well-known researcher on the biographies of successful people, analyzed about 500 very successful people in America over 20 years and looked for similarities in their behavior in achieving success. Napoleon Hill’s book

Think and Grow Rich: Although this book was first written as early as 1937, it is about timeless wisdom for success and has been a favorite book of many personal development coaches today through the ages. In his research, Napoleon Hill concluded that success can be achieved if people follow very strict rules for using their consciousness to program the subconscious, and work is done in harmony with the highest subconscious force. The subconscious power is always available to us

Although we are not aware of this, our subconscious power is available to us whenever we choose to use it. It has been available to all great men and women in the past, it is for us now, and it will be available in the future.

There is only one limit to the use of this power: we can only use it in the present. Our inner strength is available now. All great inventions, discoveries, and achievements have appeared instantly and unexpectedly. No known invention has been devised in the literal sense of the word. It has never happened that a scientist discusses a problem and then, as a result of a logical discussion, comes up with an unknown solution.

As we’ve seen in Hollywood movies, where scientists “wake up” at home or walk unexpectedly, stop and then rush back to the lab. They realized! It was a moment when they were relaxed and calm, and they became connected with the highest power – their subconscious. The subconscious gave the researchers an answer, not their logical conscious and scientific reasoning.

Similar cases have occurred in real life. For example, Thomas Edison, Mozart, and Bill Gates are just a few examples of people who have come into contact with the subconscious, figured it out, and created it more literally.

The subconscious gives us all the answers

Our subconscious is so powerful that it solves absolutely every situation in our lives. Have you ever felt moments of clarity when you are struck by inspiration or listening to a piece of music or seeing an enchanting sunset when time stops for you and you are just and enjoying that moment? This is the time when you are connected to your subconscious power – your true inner power. At this point, you are free from emotions, fears, and expectations. You are yourself. This is the moment that creates.

In moments like this, we are creative beings. We are connected to the subconscious and can use information from our consciousness as well as information that is outside of us. Unbelievable, isn’t it?

Have you heard the saying, “I subconsciously realized this.” Or there have been cases in your life where you think of someone and in a moment that person calls. There are also many cases where scientists discover the same things at different ends of the planet virtually simultaneously without even knowing that they are studying the same problem.

Experiments on animals have also shown that if animals are divided into two groups, placed in different cages, and after a while shown to one group how to get out of the cage, the other group has somehow discovered the trick “themselves”. It has been tested a lot of times and it always happens that way.

Scientists are also puzzled by experiments in which intra-atomic particles are separated and one element reacts to a change in the environment of another element, even though its environment has not changed. There are, in fact, many such examples, and it all confirms that we are subconsciously connected to a unified and much more powerful system than we can imagine.

These are just a few examples of subconscious work. Our subconscious is goal-oriented and always offers us solutions. Our task is to accept the proposed idea. How to do it? We need to be inspired by something! We have to deal with something that excites and drives us. It makes our energy move and the subconscious work. For the same purpose, brainstorming is carried out, where the group inspires each other and subconscious impulses are generated in generating ideas. This alone is much more complicated.

That is why we need to set ourselves goals that excite us. “Live your dream” is said. It means finding the big dream of your life and starting to work on it. It inspires us, which in turn triggers our subconscious, which begins to provide us with dozens of ideas on how to achieve this goal. The subconscious is very smart.

But you have to tell him what you want. Do you know the difference between successful and unsuccessful people? Successful people know what they want and focus on it, while unsuccessful people do not know what they want and therefore always focus only on what they do not want. And what are the results? You get what you mean…

The four phases of learning, IE changing the subconscious program step by step:

There are four main phases to changing any subconscious program:

1) Phase 1 – behave subconsciously as always or sub-conscious incompetence – in my example I was on an automatic subconscious program for years when I ate a lot of empty food, did not watch what I ate, did not drink enough water, and did no exercise.

The beliefs that supported this behavior were that good nutrition is an annoying thing and I should give up something for it that I am not willing to give up. The important thing to understand about the subconscious is that for the subconscious, it doesn’t matter if a belief + habit is good and good for you or not.

If you have a subconscious belief + habit about something, it is the truth for the subconscious.

This belief + habit combo is assessed by a conscious consciousness who looks at the situation at the moment and sees that something is wrong or sees a vision of where such behavior will lead in the long run.

2) Phase 2 – still behave as always, but now you are aware of it and you are aware of where this belief + habit is taking you, perhaps conscious incompetence.

At this stage, you are still looking at old-fashioned old programs, but you are starting to become more aware of and see these programs.

The greater the difference between the desired future of your conscious consciousness (good health, good food, good physical shape) and the future you create for yourself with old programs (weight increases and health deteriorates), the more your willingness to change those programs increases.

For me, Phase 2 lasted about half a year before full readiness came, then the opportunity, and with it, the decision to change this subconscious program.

3) Phase 3 – behave in a new way, but you have to constantly remind yourself of it, IE sensible competence

This is the phase where you are already behaving in a new way, but it is not yet automatic.

You must constantly make an informed choice to stay on track.

It is important to monitor both your habits and your beliefs during this phase.

If you focus only on physical habits and do not work with your inner beliefs at all, after a period (if the subject becomes consciously distracted) the old beliefs will take over again and the old habits will come back with them.

While you deal only with inner beliefs and do not reshape any habits in the real world, beliefs are not stored in your body’s cellular memory, they only remain in the status of a light blue dream, and over time, old beliefs return with old habits.

In other words, it is necessary to deal with both the inner and outer worlds, and depending on the complexity of the subject, it will take a different amount of time.

At this stage, it is extremely important to keep track of who you are listening to.

Find a teacher/coach/coach with whom you connect – and you will see that he or she is where you want to go on this subject.

Also, make sure that the study program allows for a gradual rewriting of the subconscious.

It is said that the rate of rewriting of the good subconscious to achieve lasting results is about 3% at a time.

In other words, you leave 97% of beliefs/habits the same, change 3% at a time and when done, take the next 3%.

With such programs, it often seems at first that nothing will change.

But in fact, a lot is happening and these changes will last.

4) Phase 4 – behaved subconsciously in a new way, IE subconscious competence

This is the phase where, through conscious repetition and the recording of new beliefs + habits, this new way has become so automatic that you don’t have to remember everything all the time.

You do it the same way automatically as you did in phase 1 the old way.

Question – Do you think that phase 1, IE subconsciously automatically the old way, or phase 4, IE subconsciously automatically the new way, is easier?

Phase 1 is often thought to be easier because this old habit is easier.

It makes no difference.

As I said before – for the subconscious, it doesn’t matter if you do something good or bad, new or old – for him, habit is habit and belief is faith.

If you subconsciously do something automatically, it’s equally easy.

It is subconsciously easy for me to make good food for myself now, drink a lot of water, drink half a liter of green smoothie in the morning, replace the added sugar with natural sugar from fruits and berries, and feel light and well and healthy.

Finally, a small summary of my list, which I follow every day.

Your 10-step path to success

Finally, I present to you a 10-step very simple plan for using your subconscious

1. Know exactly what you do not want and what you want to achieve in life;

2. Describe the desired situation you want to reach, as precisely as possible;

3. Carry the dream with you, read and think about it as often as possible;

4. Make a list of 101 activities and ideas to achieve the GOAL;

5. Identify the 10 most important activities out of 101 activities;

6. Do something about the 10 most important activities every day;

7. Visualize for 15 minutes every day a situation where you have already reached your goal;

8. Add emotion – try to perceive the feeling of happiness that comes with achieving the goal;

9. Achieve self-confidence – be sure that the goal is on your way;

10. Entrust your purpose to subconscious forces.

I know that you will succeed because your faith is the best in the world.

Lea