Subconscious Mind For Success

The Power of the Subconscious Mind & Success

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Your subconscious mind is a powerful success tool that you can easily activate by understanding what you want out of life and how you intend to get it. In this video and blog post, I share several examples of how my subconscious mind has guided me towards that which I want and how you can do the same.

The Subconscious Mind For Success

Join me as me and my trusty dog Otis as we hike Colorado Springs and I share my thoughts on the powers of the subconscious mind.

 

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If I were to tell you that you can double your brain power, would you believe me? You should because it is true! You can literally double your brain power by super charging your conscious mind because you, like most other human beings on earth, are actually a genius who hasn’t yet tapped into your full potential of incredible creativity.

In spite of what you might have been told in the old days, setting goals, planning for the future and fulfilling aspirations does not simply require hard work but it does require accessing the deep ocean of creative juices within. In other words, to achieve success you really need your brain and your mind to work efficiently with your inherent creative capacity. The fact is that the amount of creativity we use is directly proportional to the attitudes we hold toward ourselves, our lives and our circumstance. Therefore, efficiently working minds require specific sets of attitudes.

Releasing the power of the subconscious mind.

Releasing the power of the subconscious mind.

Research has shown that the vast majority (95%) of young children between the ages of 2 to 4 are amazingly creative with vivid imaginations and great capacity for innovative and abstract thinking. Then studying the same children at the age of 7, sadly reveals that their creativity has diminished drastically to a mere 4%. The reason for this decline is due to the fact that as they grow older, children are continually discouraged from using their build-in, natural imagination while being forced to follow rules of the adult world — parents, teachers, etc.

While most of our human faculties can be lost forever with prolonged disuse, creativity that goes unutilized merely becomes latent or goes dormant until such time as it is reawakened. Thus, we can easily rouse our sleeping creativity at any time we choose and nudge it back into productively prolific activity.

This article is about triggering the super conscious mind of the universe in order to stimulate your own inborn creativity, which will improve the quality of your results and help you reach all your goals. Now, let us define this super conscious mind as follows:

It’s the world’s source of all pure creativity.
It’s an infinite intelligence, an unearthly or other-worldly power source that drives all creativity.

All those who have come to be appreciated for their genius throughout the ages have produced their amazing work in music, art, science, etc. because they found ways of tapping into this super conscious mind I mentioned earlier. But you know what? You could be doing that as well! After all, the only difference between you and the recognized genius is that he/she actually believes in the value of those insightful inspirations which come to him/her directly from the universal super power while you still don’t.

Too many people mistakenly believe that creativity is limited by IQ and education or lack of it. These same people also believe that only artists, painters, musicians, poets, writers, inventors and men/women of science possess creativity while others don’t. The truth, however, is that creativity resides within every single individual on earth. It is a rather simple concept because it’s merely a way of improving, enhancing, perfecting the existing way of doing things in any area. Here are a few important characteristics of creativity to keep in mind:

  • Creativity is similar to a muscle or set of muscles in that the more it is used, the stronger it becomes.
  • Creativity has the power to access all the data ever stored in our subconscious minds.
  • Creativity has the ability to differentiate between valid and invalid information in order to better solve any problems or overcome any challenges.
  • Creativity has the capability of bringing ideas to our subconscious minds from outside our own life experiences and/or schooling.
  • Creativity has the capacity of driving us to generate unique and original work.
  • Creativity enables us to see things from different and alternative perspectives.
  • Creativity functions on an unconscious level around the clock, day in and day out.
  • Creativity is capable of goal oriented motivation but only for clearly defined and very specific goals.
  • Creativity releases the kind of ideas and ample energy for attaining the goals we have set for ourselves.
  • Creativity instantaneously responds to clear and authoritative commends in the form of positive affirmations.
  • Creativity automatically and intuitively solves every problem that stands in the way of reaching your goals. That is true regardless of how distant such goals may be, but they have to be clear, concise and distinctive.
  • Creativity does not only provide the needed solutions for attaining goals but it then provides them in a precise order that will help you proceed most effectively, one step at a time
  • Creativity functions best in an environment in which strong beliefs, wholehearted receptiveness and sincere trust exist side by side.
  • Creativity is defeated or stifled where there is too much mental activity or intellectualizing. Conversely, creativity thrives where there is mental relaxation.
  • Creativity has the uncanny ability to take each one of us through the specific lessons which we need to learn in order to achieve every one of our respective goals.

The super conscious mind from whence creativity comes is like a gigantic powerhouse into which each and every one of us can tap into. However, we must approach this mega-force with a positive mind set that’s filled with excitement and enthusiasm, which will in turn produce even more energy for greater ideas. In fact, most of us have experienced this super conscious mind when amazing ideas, ephiphanies or revelations suddenly and seemingly from nowhere pop into our heads.

If you’ve learned nothing else from this lesson, please be sure to permanently embedded the following advice deep inside your mind: Visualize with utmost confidence and self-assurance that you’ve already reached all your goals successfully and, like magic, it will happen because your path toward them will become nice and smooth. What’s more, you will soon begin to realize that as you are moving toward the goals which you’ve clearly set and defined, those goals are also moving closer and closer in your direction.

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Brian G. Johnson

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11 Comments

  • Norene

    Reply Reply June 4, 2014

    Great article Brian! I agree completely with your point about visualization and proceeding with confidence. I think being able to still your mind is essential and I do that through quilting. Having this outlet to be creative helps me be successful in my business.

    Love the video!!

    • Brian G. Johnson

      Reply Reply June 5, 2014

      Hello Norene,

      Great to see you here on MarketingEasyStreet.com
      Having the ability to quite the mind and THINK is
      very powerful indeed.

      Brian

  • Juan Rademacher

    Reply Reply June 4, 2014

    Loved the video, and the subject.
    Like many people I’ve been interested in exploring what your subconscious can do.

    But I especially like to hear how successful people like you use this concept.

    • Brian G. Johnson

      Reply Reply June 5, 2014

      Fantastic! Thanks for your feedback Juan.
      Brian

  • Mr.Resignation

    Reply Reply June 5, 2014

    It’s so refreshing to see you flat out talk about self help/personal development stuff combined with internet marketing. Only a few other marketers hint towards that subject but that stuff is what finally got my business going so I can’t wait to see more from you presented in this way. By the way, I love the format. Keep up the good work.

    • Brian G. Johnson

      Reply Reply June 5, 2014

      Mr. Resignation,

      Agreed, I love sharing ideas about personal development and growth!
      Best,
      Brian

  • Jo O'Connor

    Reply Reply June 5, 2014

    Brain, visualisation has been used over the centuries to assist with dominating your mind with positive energy which allows a person to do more and take action in a positive way that will assist them and others. If you can manage to do this, effectively you will be a better person for it and it will have a positive benefit for others.
    I should add that Colarado Springs looks nice too.

    Jo

    • Brian G. Johnson

      Reply Reply June 5, 2014

      Jo,

      These strategies and tactics certainly have been used for many,
      many years. Best of all, they work!

      Thanks for the comment.
      Brian

  • Bill McBride

    Reply Reply June 5, 2014

    Great video Brian. Loved the walk. The breaks between sections kept my attention and wanting more. Liked you mixing your head shots and scenery views as you talked. Your emphasis on our subconscious always working behind the scenes was great. Thanks. Glad to see Otis got you out for a hike. Give us more like this format. Hope to meet up at the “crossroads”

    Blessings

    Bill

    • Brian G. Johnson

      Reply Reply June 5, 2014

      Hey Bill,

      Nice to see you here!
      Glad you enjoyed the video, Otis
      always likes his hikes.

      Brian

  • Samith

    Reply Reply June 10, 2014

    Hey Brian,

    Loved the video! I find I don’t have a problem coming up with ideas I have a problem trying to commit and complete and of them!

    Anyways love your work

    Cheers

    Samith Pich

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