What’s In Your Subconscious Program?
(Part 1 of Thoughts) Are you open to new ideas, thoughts, or perspectives? Or, are you closed-minded? Your answer probably has a lot to do with your programming. We have thought, accepted, and believed much of our early programming because that’s how the early programming mechanism works. Children learn how to walk, talk, socialize, etc. in just a few short years. Adults take years to learn a new language, a toddler learns it and more. It works this way because there is a lot to learn in a short period of time. And, this would be great, if all the adults in our lives, our society, and the world had it together. Unfortunately many people are negative. Bruce Lipton states that 70% of our thoughts are negative. Think back to the year you were born. What was society like those first six years? What influenced your parents and their thoughts back then. What programming was likely downloaded into your infant brain? If you want to know what you’ve been thinking consciously and subconsciously, examine your current reality. What is manifesting? What do you see around you? What are you feeling? What is your reality?
Understanding the Subconscious Mind
The subconscious is the seat of our information. It stores everything that we have thought, learned, taught, seen or heard. It is powerful beyond measure and is neutral. It outputs only what has been input from the environment. There is no good or evil with it, there is just information. I remembered about twenty years ago learning about the power of the subconscious mind. I learned to do affirmations as a way of re-programming my subconscious mind. I believe that it was that programming that created the positive mindset I have today. I remember as a child challenging the negative programming that I was receiving about my self-worth. Race, gender, and my socio-economic condition placed me in a lot of self-limiting boxes. When I would hear something devaluing, I would tell myself, “That isn’t true; I’m going to be somebody.” I wish I had said, “I am somebody right now.” That way I wouldn’t have had to waste years chasing that elusive day when I had worth. Fortunately a spiritual transformation occurred in my life when I learned that I was “created noble.” After that I tried to make that thought become a reality. We have the power to re-program, but it is a conscious effort. We can’t operate on auto-pilot and expect to change our programming. We are a result of our nurturing, environment, opportunities, and nature and we have the power to change these right now by our choices and our thoughts. Part 5a of Formula: Expectations