Power of subconscious mind

One of the most powerful inner forces which drives human behaviour is the subconscious mind. The most prominent thing about our subconscious mind is that it is not just responsible for our beliefs, fears and memories but also influences our behavior and attitude and the course of life we are leading. Most of our thoughts, automatic actions and reactions under various circumstances are driven by our subconscious mind without our awareness.

The subconscious mind acts like a data bank to our mind which stores all our memories, thoughts, past experiences, incidents and everything else that ever happened to us. It is basically responsible to store and retrieve information whenever needed. It is more like a guidance system which monitors the information coming to our senses.

90 to 95% of our brain strength comes from the subconscious mind. For example, we might not remember having seen, read or heard about random things that we strangely somehow recognise in our day-to-day life. This is because of our subconscious mind which has the access to all the information that we ever came in contact with. Not all the data in our mind is transmitted to our conscious brain as it might explode out of tonnes of information we receive on daily basis. Much of the information is stored in the subconscious and retreived or transmitted from it to the conscious brain whenever required. This makes the subconscious brain responsible for allowing the relevant information at the relevant time making it million times more powerful than the conscious side of brain.

Subconscious is not something that we can access directly. There are indirect ways to use the subconscious brain and make it count.


The best way to control and synchronize the body and the brain is meditation. It activates our brain cells, helps rejuvenate the body and reprogram our subconscious mind by breaking down the barrier between conscious and subconscious mind and create obstruction free pathways for happiness and success.

>Following your conscience

Conscience is actually a way of communication with the subconscious mind. Following your conscience may help in accessing the subconscious mind.

>Setting Goals

Our brain concentrates on one thought at a time so make it a good one. Focus on positivity. Make yourself a schedule to achieve a set target and work on it on regular basis. Following a fixed pattern can make your brain used to it. Since all the information of past experiences goes straight away to the subconscious brain, it would align with your regular schedule and help in achieving desired goals.

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