The Power of the Subconscious Mind for Success
Your subconscious mind is a formidable adversary to be reckoned with. It accounts for around 95% of your brain capacity and controls everything your body requires to function effectively: from eating and breathing, to digesting and remembering. When you think about it, it’s a really weird being. The subconscious mind isn’t creative, doesn’t get humor, and remembers everything you’ve ever done, said or observed.
The conscious mind, the remaining 5% of your brain, exists solely to interact with the physical environment. However, by regaining control of your subconscious mind, being aware and in tune with it, you may be certain of regaining control of your life and achieving virtually whatever you choose. This is because when your subconscious and conscious minds collaborate to attain a shared goal, you think and make happen.
When it comes to tapping into your subconscious mind (so you may achieve anything you desire), the first and most significant component you’ll need to consider is visualizing what you want or what your aim is. According to a 1996 research study at Michigan State University, 46% of patients who got instructions in graphics were more likely to adhere to their homecare plan.
Practicing getting in touch with your mind is a highly recommended step. Meditation, for example, has long been recognized as an excellent approach to connect with your subconscious mind and learn how it works. Even 10 minutes of practice every day may have a significant impact on the way your mind operates and the health of your wellbeing.
Developing Writing skills is another way to do the trick. In fact, writing from the subconscious mind may appear to be an abstract idea at first glance. Whether you want it to start a daily diary or create a narrative, you’d be astonished to learn that the subconscious mind influences what we write and is therefore a terrific method to connect with it. You can learn a lot more about the importance and the impact of the subconscious mind in order to achieve success by reading the famous book called “Think and Grown Rich” by the successful author Napoleon Hill.
This article is part of our Business Coaching blog series. At Dataczar we talk to a lot of small businesses. We’ve found a few books that we keep recommending time and again. To better help our customers, we’ve added a Reading List for Small Businesses to our website. We encourage every small business owner to read and keep these timeless business books on their office shelf.