4 Ways To Unlock and Reprogram Your Subconscious Mind

unlock and reprogram your subconscious mind

Our mind has two parts — the conscious and the subconscious. The conscious mind is in charge of analyzing, making decisions and short-term memory, but it’s surprising that we only use 10% of it. Whereas, the subconscious part of our mind accounts for 90% of our mind. It is a powerful system that controls every aspect of our life and what would happen if we could control that? 

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4 Ways To Unlock and Reprogram Your Subconscious Mind

Before getting into controlling the subconscious mind, we must understand the depths of it. Like the computer, it stores all your data, from your past experiences, your memories and your skills. Everything that you have seen, done or thought is also there. Like a box that keeps some of your fondest memories, past experiences, and darkest secrets. It is active throughout the day, even when we are asleep. It controls all functions of your body from your heartbeat, breathing and even the nervous system.
But what happens when you want to control your subconscious mind? Is it possible to do so? Well, it isn’t that simple to make your subconscious change its old patterns in order to adapt to new ones.
Here are four ways to unlock your subconscious mind. Try them out as an experiment and explore to uncover truths about yourself and channel your inner strength.

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Here Are 4 Ways To Unlock Your Subconscious Mind: 


The first step towards unlocking your subconscious mind is to begin meditating. Meditation has numerous health benefits and can help you connect with your subconscious mind. When you meditate, you blur the line between the conscious and unconscious and begin a process of integration.

Focus on your breathing as it is one action that can be controlled by both the conscious and subconscious minds. Meditation allows you to travel to higher levels of consciousness, where you can access your subconscious mind.

When you are awake, you are in a constant state of consciousness and are easily triggered by stress and anxiety. Meditation boosts creativity and promotes visualisation. It will allow you to easily connect with your subconsciousness and improve your focus. The more you meditate, the more positive thoughts will be generated. It may appear difficult at first, but with consistent practice, you will be able to observe your thoughts and won’t get distracted by them.

The following step in achieving your goal is to visualize it. It is based on the expectation of a favorable outcome… by believing that the desired outcome has already occurred rather than hoping for it. This technique may seem difficult to achieve, but you need to be patient and set aside a few minutes, close your eyes and imagine your life after you’ve accomplished your goal.

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The subconscious mind is inextricably linked to our bodies and their essential functions from breathing to sleeping. It retains our previous experiences, memories, and all we believe.
The conscious and subconscious minds communicate with each other frequently even if it’s unconsciously. Your subconscious mind understands your body and governs your emotions, behavior and habits. Hypnosis is also an effective way to overcome anxiety and stress.
It allows you to easily stimulate the deepest secrets and feelings held in the subconscious mind in order to manipulate and train your brain in order to improve yourself. During this process, the subconscious mind becomes more receptive to suggestions.


Sleeping for 8 hours on a regular basis is important for reducing fatigue and emotional stress. Scientists believe that it is possible to reprogram the subconscious mind while sleeping. 

Your brain is ready to receive information, and you can reprogram the subconscious mind in two effective ways: The first is hypnosis, which uses relaxation techniques to guide you into an alpha state of mind, in which your mind is relaxed but focused and receptive. After the body and mind have relaxed, suggestions are communicated or programmed into the subconscious.

1 thought on “4 Ways To Unlock and Reprogram Your Subconscious Mind”

  1. Avatar of Brenda

    I love how succinct you’ve been. You’re absolutely right. The breath is the bridge between the conscious and subconscious minds and that’s meditation and strengthening/ exercising/ facilitating (for want of a better term) the supermind…
    And oh my hat! Nail on the head. Ritual – symbolism…
    I love you. Thank you.

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