Your journey to stardom will offer you the opportunity to transform your life.

April 21, 2016

You may ponder whether you are living in two worlds: one external – the one surrounding you and one internal – the one inside your head. One is objective. One is subjective. The external world enters you through your five senses and is shared by everyone. Your invisible world of thoughts, feelings, imagination, sensations, beliefs and reactions belongs to you alone.

Each and everyday, everything you see, hear, smell and touch is of the external world, the world revealed by your five sense. All that you think, feel, like and dislike belongs to your inner world. You are living in two worlds – one you have partial control over and one you have complete control over.

Take a moment to reflect – how much time to I spend living in my external world? And how much time do I spend living in my internal world? In reality, our subconscious remembers everything that our five senses channel from our outside in. That is why our minds get so busy, all that information has to go somewhere and the mind is constantly accepting, analysing and storing taking into account information previously accepted, analysed and stored to enable it to develop associations, patterns and judgements to guide us in our journey.

The five-sense mind, the conscious mind, is the mind that thinks from the standpoint of circumstance, conditions and environment, but it is within your subconscious mind that you will find the cause for every effect. The conditions, circumstances and environment of your life are not the cause of your life – they are the effects.

Your conscious mind has the thought of expectancy; your deeper mind has the “know-how” of accomplishment. Consider this parable of the conscious and subconscious minds.

Our subconscious convictions and beliefs dictate and control all our conscious actions. The subconscious acts by law. The law that may now hold you back can also be the law that can propel you forward. A negative habit that binds you can be transformed into a positive habit that frees you, through the repetition and the abiding conviction of your desired action in your conscious mind.

Habits, in other words, are formed by repeating certain thought patterns or action over and over again until they establish patterns in the subconscious mind, where they grow until they reach the point of saturation. Impressions are made in the subconscious by repetition, faith and expectancy. Whatever is repeated by you over and over again.

…always trying to support you. The law of life is self-preservation.

You have complete free will in your choices. You have complete freedom. Once you mentally accept an idea as living reality, all your steps are the controlled by the subconscious mind, which operates according to the law of compulsion. The beliefs and assumptions that have become embedded in your subconscious determine all your conscious actions.

Focus on your desire to change your subconscious beliefs for the better and you will alter the movement of the law of compulsion in your life.

The wisdom of the deeper mind is to support you in a manner that all your experiences are pleasant and you path is one of peace.

The law of the subconscious is the universal and natural principle of action and reaction: whatever you entertain with your subconscious mind will filter into your conscious mind and feed into your life experience.

Ralph Waldo Emerson said: “There is no thought in my mind but it quickly tends to convert itself into a power and organises a huge instrumentality of means.”

Your subconscious accepts and brings into reality the dominant of two ideas, feelings and images. It is your dominant thoughts, feelings and images that control all phases of your life.

Your conscious mind is referred to as your objective mind because it deals with outward objects; it observes the objective world. It is your guide and director in your contact with your environment. It learns through observation, experience and education – acquiring knowledge through your five senses.

Your subconscious mind is referred to as your subjective mind because it takes into account its environment by means independent of the five senses. It perceives by intuition. It is the sear of your emotions and the storehouse of memory.

The only thing necessary for you to do is to get your subconscious mind to accept your idea, and the law of your own subconscious mind will bring it forth. You give the command or decree and your subconscious will faithfully reproduce the idea impressed upon it.

The subconscious mind is 100% suggestible – it is incapable of making decisions or comparisons to support any form of reasoning.

[this is an extract from my forthcoming book – Coat Your Life in Chocolate]