Jan Tincher, Master Neuro Linguistic Programmer
Jan Tincher
Master Neuro Linguistic Programmer


How Can I Get Into My Subconscious Mind?

How can I get into my subconscious mind? How does it work once I'm there? Why would I want to do it? When is the best time to get into my subconscious mind?

Many of us have questions about the subconscious mind. We know there is something that can help us. Spirit, subconscious, unconscious mind, whatever name we call it. But many don't know how to contact it, how to use its power.

And it is powerful.

Our subconscious mind makes changes for us that would be hard to make with our conscious mind. Mostly because our conscious mind has to deal with our past programming.

Getting into the subconscious mind means we are taking charge and are ready to change. The more we take the time to make the changes in our subconscious mind, the faster our conscious mind will change. The faster our conscious mind changes, the faster our lives change.

How can I get into my subconscious mind?

Think of your subconscious mind as a radio station. The more relaxed you are the easier it will be to tune in.

When is the best time to get into my subconscious mind?

The very best time to get into your subconscious mind is immediately upon awakening. The next best time is right before you go to sleep. If you want to make changes in your life, these are the best times to do it, because your conscious mind isn't alert enough to cause havoc.

How does it work once I'm there?

When you think something, your subconscious mind doesn't ask, is this right? It just goes into a "let's do it!" mode. In other words, there isn't a conflict. Your subconscious mind just says, "All right!"

TIP: If you want to get into that mode during the day, just make sure you are very relaxed.

Why would I want to get into my subconscious mind?

If you want to make changes, your subconscious mind is the place to do it. If you are in your conscious mind, you have a niggling little voice that is responding from your old programming and it says something like, "You can't do it because . . ." And then it lists all types of reasons you can't do it, based on your programming. You want to change your programming so that you CAN do the things you want without all that negative back talk. You need to get into your subconscious mind to change your programming.

So, to capsule, here's the strategy: Just as you feel yourself getting drowsy at bedtime, you start talking to yourself. You say things like, "I'm going to do my programming now. I want my body to be very relaxed, I can feel my body relaxing even more. I will stay alert. I will stay alert so that I can program my subconscious mind to make changes. I can feel my whole body relaxing now, but I am staying alert so I can do the programming easily and effortlessly."

Then, you start saying all the good things you want to happen -- only you say them in a way that states they have already happened and you are very happy about it. If you want to stop smoking, you state it something like this, "My lungs are clean. I am living a happy, healthy life." Or you say, "I am calm and relaxed. I handle any situation that comes along." Or maybe, "I eat sensibly. Every day I eat healthy foods. My body is getting slimmer and slimmer." Then, visualize the life you are programming.

You can only think one thing at a time. Be very aware of what you are thinking at any given time. Keep your mind on all the good things you are programming into your life. Remember, what you focus on appears in your life. Program great things into your subconscious mind and watch your life change.

Thanks for reading,


Jan Tincher, Master Neuro Linguistic Programmer

Jan Tincher,
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