Updated: Jul 21
The conscious, subconscious and the superconscious.
The unconscious mind is the part of the mind that operates outside of our conscious awareness. It includes our automatic thoughts, behaviors, habits and emotions that we are not aware of or do not consciously control.
The unconscious mind can be a source of both positive and negative influences on our thoughts, behaviors and emotions. On the positive side, the unconscious mind can help us perform routine tasks automatically and efficiently, such as driving a car or tying our shoelaces. It can also store important memories and experiences that we may not be able to access consciously.
The unconscious mind can also be a source of negative influences. For example, it may contain negative thought patterns, beliefs and memories that can contribute to feelings of anxiety, stress and low self-esteem. These negative influences may be the result of past experiences or traumas that have been repressed or suppressed in the unconscious mind.
In some cases, these negative influences may be unconscious because they are too difficult or painful to confront consciously. However, they can still have a significant impact on our thoughts, behaviors and emotions. Hypnotherapy and other forms of therapy can help individuals access and work through these unconscious thoughts and beliefs in order to make positive changes.
The conscious mind is the part of the mind that we are aware of and that we use to think, analyze and make decisions. It is responsible for our thoughts, beliefs and perceptions of the world around us.
The unconscious mind, on the other hand, is the part of the mind that operates outside of our conscious awareness. It includes our automatic thoughts, behaviors, habits and emotions that we are not aware of or do not consciously control.
The conscious and unconscious minds often work together in order to help us navigate the world and make sense of our experiences. For example, when we encounter a new situation, our conscious mind may analyze and evaluate the information, while our unconscious mind may automatically draw on past experiences and knowledge to help us make sense of the situation.
However, there can also be conflicts or tensions between the conscious and unconscious minds. For example, a person may have a conscious goal to lose weight, but their unconscious mind may be programmed with unhealthy eating habits and cravings that make it difficult to achieve that goal. In these cases, it can be helpful to work with a mental health professional to help address and resolve any conflicts between the conscious and unconscious mind.
Talk Therapy, Hypnotherapy and NLP may be effective choices to address many unconscious thoughts that may be interfering with you making proper life decisions for yourself.
Change Your Thoughts
Change Your Life
– Wayne Dyer