I believe the greatest problem we face is that we think we are running our lives with the wishes, desires and aspirations created by our conscious mind. When we struggle or fail to obtain our goals, we are generally led to conclude that we are victims of outside forces preventing us from reaching our destination. However, neuroscience has now established that the conscious mind runs the show, at best, only about 5 percent of the time. It turns out that the programs acquired by the subconscious mind shape 95 percent or more of our life experiences.

— Bruce Lipton, The Biology of Belief

Before we are told any differently, we really believe it is our thinking mind that controls our world. In reality, it’s not. I believe that it’s one of the most important things to understand. Once you grasp the power of the subconscious mind, you can begin to work on releasing past hurts, negative thought patterns, trapped emotions and beliefs that no longer serve you.

Tapping into the subconscious mind takes effort, but as you release, forgive and learn to love yourself and others, the power of health, vitality, energy and wholeness you feel is amazing.

You can do this work many ways:

  • meditation
  • visualization
  • energy healing modalities
  • prayer

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