|11-23-2010, 12:59 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2010
Location: Easton Pa
Messages in your Unconscious
My mind almost exploded one day when I realized that I had literally been silencing thoughts and ideas that came up, about what I should do in my life, and putting them back into my unconscious.
I kept getting negative state after negative state after negative state, but then I realized why. If we don't listen to ourselves, when we say "You should do this," or "you shouldn't do that," it doesn't just go away. It goes into our unconscious, and comes back at a later date. The problem is, if we keep stuffing it back down, because we don't have the thought strategy to put it into an actionable plan to change something, it eventually habituates into negative mind states, for no reason, that we can't explain and don't know why we're in.
Listen to your mind, create an actionable plan whenever you have an idea, or a thought that says "you should do this!" Imagine the results you'd create in your life if you did just that? But imagine the rapport you'd build with the person who matters most, you.
Being with yourself, being honest with yourself, and listening to your inner guidance system (ya know, that thing that always knows what you should do), creates massive momentum, total power, and an incredible level of mind integration! Give yourself a gift: Sit down for a half hour, and pull some things out from your mind, that you've put off, or thoughts that you've extinguished, and give them attention. Then, immediately create a plan to implement them into your life in some way, and then, DO JUST THAT!! Thanks for reading.
|11-23-2010, 02:18 AM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2009
I tend to think of unconscious as raw emotion. The general theory of the day is that there are three levels of consciousness:
1. Conscious, which are the thoughts...the stuff you are currently thinking about and focused in.
2. Subconscious, which are thoughts you aren't readily accessing, but can bring to consciousness if you try. Things like addresses and phone numbers are good examples of this...memory is another.
3. Unconscious...which I define as raw emotion. These may not even have words to describe them and are more associated with the senses. They exist as feelings and images. Dreams are another good indicator of unconscious process. And I think that articulating unconscious processes are not always the best or easiest way of examing them. You usually find it easier to feel the emotion, imagine the image associated with emotion, and then articulate it into words.
Lately, I've been toying with the idea of creating rapport between the conscious, subconscious, and unconscious processes. And the idea of harmony and balance between the three seems most pertinent.
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