The subconscious is perhaps the most defining factor for a human being. The fact that it is always on, makes it one long uninterrupted recording of a person’s life.
All the good and bad memories, events, teachings, beliefs and pretty much everything that happens in one’s life.
Accordingly, the subconscious can be a powerful resource when facing everyday challenges. It can also be a big limiter if the individual is held back by bad experiences that curb initiative by fear, anxiety and other negative factors.
Accordingly, programming the subconscious can have immense benefits in learning and productivity. How can you do this?
This is a technique of coming up with a mental image of the desired results. Forming the mental picture of a machine in innovation helps the creator come up with a better plan on parts needed, how they will interact with each other and so on.
Visualization also works in human interactions. By picturing different scenarios, you are able to come up with better responses, for example when pitching a business plan.
The subconscious is reinforced by messages that override negative beliefs that are limiting.
If a challenge looks insurmountable, repeating a positively reinforcing message like ‘I can do this’ can help makes the challenge look beatable.