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> Subconcious Mind

If you know about the existence of your subconscious mind, then you have a good start. If you have a basic understanding of your subconscious mind and its power, then you are ready for the material in this website and are likely to make great advancements in your life. However, if you do not know about or do not believe in the existence of a subconscious mind, then it is extremely important that you learn to accept this reality.  Think about this, have you ever encountered a creature as an example that you are very afraid of, say a snake? Do you remember your actions? Were you entirely in control of your actions? If you were then it is likely you have gotten over your fear for that which you believed you are afraid of. The truth is that your actions under these circumstances are not in any way under your control.

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One of the main functions of the subconscious mind is to store information critical for our existence and safety. When the conscious part of the brain registers the presence of something that is recognised as danger, the subconscious mind takes over and controls the muscles and other organs of the body to give a reaction of fight or flight from the danger. Danger may not always be in the form of a creature or object but could be almost anything including taste, smell, words etc. Analysis of your actions after the danger has been removed would reveal that you were very much not in control of your actions. This is a natural requirement for human existence but it is not the only function of the subconscious mind. In fact, it is but a small part of the use and function of the subconscious mind. Another example is dreams. You are not consciously thinking about the things going through you mind while you are asleep.