The Directives of the Unconscious Mind

The Directives of the Unconscious Mind

When you learn how to speak directly to the unconscious mind, you can rewrite your programming to achieve any goal you set.

The prime directives of the unconscious mind is to:

  1. Unconscious Mind Holds Memories: Think of your unconscious mind like a huge storage system in your brain where all your memories are kept, from your first day of school to learning to walk. Even things you can’t remember consciously are stored there.
  2. Emotions Are Stored Unconsciously: Emotions are also stored in your unconscious mind. When you feel something, it’s actually your unconscious mind working, even though you might not realize it.
  3. Memories Are Organized by Time: Your unconscious mind organizes memories based on time, like a timeline. This helps you remember past experiences and understand how they relate to your present.
    (this is how the Neural Energetic Encoding technique inside the Highest Self Academy works. It accesses this timeline to go back to the past to uncover root cause events as well as it has the ability to place goals into the future.
  4. Negative Memories Can Be Hidden: Sometimes, your unconscious mind hides memories with bad feelings to protect you. It does this because it thinks dealing with those memories might be too hard for you.
  5. Unconscious Mind Can Bring Up Hidden Memories: But sometimes, it might decide it’s time for you to deal with those hidden memories and bring them up for you to face.
  6. Some Memories Stay Hidden: However, there are times when your unconscious mind decides it’s best to keep certain memories hidden forever, especially if they’re really painful.
  7. Controls Your Body Functions: Your unconscious mind controls a lot of things in your body, like breathing and digestion, without you even thinking about it.
  8. Keeps Your Body Healthy: It’s like the manager of your body’s maintenance crew, making sure everything works properly and keeps you healthy.
  9. Has Morals: Just like you have morals, your unconscious mind does too. It’s influenced by what you’ve been taught is right and wrong.
  10. Needs Clear Instructions: Your unconscious mind doesn’t understand logic like your conscious mind does. It only follows instructions, so you have to be careful what you tell it.
  11. Shapes Your Perception: Your unconscious mind shapes how you see things based on what you tell it. So, if you keep saying negative things to yourself, it’ll start to believe them.
  12. Stores Energy: It stores energy and can change your energy levels with your thoughts.
  13. Helps Form Habits: It’s responsible for forming habits, both good and bad, which can be really helpful if you’re trying to achieve something.
  14. Repeats Habits Until They Stick: It needs lots of repetition to form new habits because the more you do something, the more it becomes automatic.
  15. Always Looking for More: Your unconscious mind is always looking for more of what you tell it to focus on, so be careful what you ask for.
  16. Works Best When Everything’s in Sync: It works best when your mind and body are working together smoothly.
  17. Thinks in Symbols: It thinks in symbols and metaphors, which is why visualization can be powerful.
  18. Takes Things Personally: It takes everything personally, so what you see in others is often a reflection of yourself.
  19. Chooses the Easy Path: It likes to take the easiest path to get things done, so be specific about what you want.
  20. Doesn’t Understand Negatives: It doesn’t understand negatives, so focus on what you want, not what you don’t want.