Exploring Your Subconscious Mind [Part-1]

Ages have been spent in understanding our mind. Certain theories and explanation have been drafted to comment upon the working of this mysterious organ. Here, we have started a series to explore, understand and how to use your subconscious mind in your everyday life. This one mainly deals with an introductory part.
Our brain is believed to be functioned of by three different minds: conscious, subconscious and unconscious.

Conscious Mind

It is the present mind, the mind that makes you aware of the present moment. The voluntary action that you take by analytical thinking is governed by the subconscious mind.

Subconscious Mind

It is the pool of information that is embedded in your mind by repeated encounters or due to a mysterious and unusual appearance of anything. Your mind senses it and stores it and retrieves it whenever necessary by a certain amount of trigger. For example, you remember the frequently used contacts, the path to your home, a distinct childhood memory, déjà vu etc.
“Your subconscious mind is 30000 times more powerful than your conscious mind.”
We would be discussing its power in the coming articles!

Unconscious Mind

It consists of your past memories that are somewhere in your mind deep inside and is very difficult to access. Your behaviour may reflect the childhood memories and experiences that are developed over a period of time but you know only the vague expression of the memory and you would require a very strong trigger to recall those memories.

various minds and explanation
The diagram shows the model of human mind

It would be all for today. We would discuss the power of your subconscious mind and how it helps you achieve what you want in coming articles.


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