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What Are You Feeding Your Subconscious Mind?

Your subconscious mind acts as a huge memory bank storing every thing that happens to you, every thing you see, hear, feel, and so on. All of this information could be considered the “programming” that makes you who you are. Not only does your subconscious store this information, but it also retrieves it, controlling your behavior and ensuring that you do just what you were programmed to do. So what are you feeding your subconscious?

The most interesting thing about your subconscious mind is that it never turns off. It works day and night every day of your life acquiring every thing that it sees and hears, storing that information as programming. That stored programming is then used to supervise your actions and beliefs. Not only is your subconscious always on, but it also cannot tell the difference between what is make believe and what is happening to you in reality.

Have you ever listened to some really aggressive music for a while and then noticed your mood beginning to match the music? Maybe you’ve watched a show that presented a family with a stressful circumstance and found yourself taking on the TV family’s stress? Your subconscious collected the data from the music you were listening to or the show you were watching as if it was happening to you!

Now that we know the subconscious mind is always watching and using what it observes to control our behavior, it’s time to re-evaluate what we feed it. Start by paying more attention to the music you listen to, the tv you watch, the books you read, and the social media accounts you follow. Does this content match the behavior you would like to exhibit? Does this content match the vibrational level you wish to achieve? We will be talking more about the subconscious mind in the days to come, but for now let’s focus on making sure that it’s fed quality, healthy options just as we do with feeding our bodies.

Jasmine Aurielle
Founder, Peace Inner Harmony Center
Holistic Wellness Guide

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