Know what’s in your subconscious mind
When you think about your subconscious mind, what do you see? A library filled with books—maybe an old-fashioned desk with a leather chair and a lamp. You may imagine yourself sitting in that chair, reaching up to take down a book from one of the many shelves surrounding you.
Or maybe it’s more like the movie Inception: there are walls upon walls of doors that lead into infinite rooms full of things you don’t even know exist yet…or at least can’t get past without going through each door first.
But whatever your subconscious looks like to you, there’s one thing all of these images have in common: they’re hard to access because they’re hidden away somewhere outside of your conscious control. The only way to get into them is through using some kind of key or password—but if there isn’t one readily available (and most often there isn’t), then how do we get inside?
Understand your thought process
What do you think of when you hear the words “subconscious mind”? It’s a term that gets thrown around a lot, but most people do not understand what it means. The subconscious mind is where our emotions and memories are stored, as well as what we think about on an unconscious level. When something happens that triggers an emotional response in us—for example, being yelled at by someone who knows how sensitive we are to hearing harsh language—our subconscious mind has already registered this event and stored it somewhere in our memory bank. For example:
The subconscious mind will often make decisions for us before our conscious minds even know what’s happening. So if you’re driving down the road and come upon an intersection with no stoplight (or stop sign), your left foot automatically hits the brake pedal without having to tell yourself to do so first! This happens because your conscious brain takes longer than your subconscious brain to process information.
Release the fears
When you are feeling fear, it is a sign that there is something in your past that needs to be healed. Fear stems from the subconscious mind, so you need to work on decluttering this part of yourself. When you have a conscious mind and an unconscious mind, it is easiest for people to go into their unconscious mind when they are afraid and dwell on negative thoughts or memories. However, when working through these fears, it can be helpful to let them out in order for them to be released from your life and healed properly by releasing any emotions related with those memories or thoughts. This can help with overcoming anxiety because if we do not deal with our fears they will keep popping up into our lives without us realizing why they are there!
Release the memories and experiences that are causing you negative emotions
Release the memories and experiences that are causing you negative emotions.
Your subconscious mind is made up of your memories, thoughts and beliefs. Many of these can be limiting or even destructive to your idea of self and how you operate in the world. You may have developed some negative beliefs about yourself over time from past experiences, or perhaps you’ve been carrying around emotional baggage from childhood that has stayed with you into adulthood. These things cause stress as well as a lack of empowerment over our lives—so it’s important to identify them and release them if we want to live our best lives!
Once I learned how easy it was for me to manifest anything I wanted into my life, I decided on a whim one day that I wanted some beautiful sunflowers growing outside my window at home (I didn’t really know what they looked like). The next day when I got home from work there were sunflowers growing between my house window frames! This happened without any effort on my part except for saying “I want sunflowers here now!” Imagine what else could happen in your life if this worked so effortlessly?
Let go of the non-important things
It’s all too easy to spend time and energy on things that don’t matter. To declutter your subconscious mind, you must focus on what is important to you.
The first step in this process is determining what matters to you. You may have a list of values, such as family, friends or faith. You can also make a list of things that bring joy and happiness into your life: hobbies, exercise, music — anything at all! Once you have defined what matters most to you in this way (and put it somewhere visible so that it’s always at the forefront of your mind), write down any tasks or projects related to those values on a separate sheet of paper and then go through them one by one. Ask yourself: “Does this task truly reflect my values? If not then why am I spending time working on it?” In almost every case where there is no connection between the task being done and what matters most for an individual person – there will be no point continuing with work towards completing said task!
Keep control of your thoughts and feelings
- Keep control of your thoughts and feelings.
One of the most effective ways to declutter your subconscious mind is to learn how to control your thoughts and feelings. We all know that when our minds are cluttered, we can feel overwhelmed by stress, worry and anxiety. The best way to keep control of these emotions is by keeping a journal or diary where you write down what has happened in your day. This will help you reflect on how things were going so that if anything was particularly stressful, it might be worth thinking about how it affected us or made us feel upset at the time it happened.
- Meditation & Yoga
If you have time after writing in your diary then take some time each day for meditation or yoga exercises – which can help with relaxation techniques so that you can clear out any clutter from earlier in the day before bedtime comes around again!
Your subconscious mind is often the reason why we don’t succeed or why we feel we can’t do something, or why we feel fear when there’s absolutely no danger.
Your subconscious mind is the reason why some people are successful and others are not. It’s also the reason why some people achieve their goals, while others do not. Your subconscious mind controls the way you feel and your thoughts, which can affect your behavior.
Your subconscious mind is where your beliefs are stored. These beliefs include everything that you think about yourself, whether it’s positive or negative, right now as well as in the past. These beliefs control how you see yourself and how you feel about who you are today!
The most important thing to remember about decluttering your subconscious mind is that it does not use logic or reasoning; instead, it relies on repetition – if something happens often enough then eventually it will become a belief that exists only in our minds (this is called “conditioning”). For example: If I walk into a room full of people with my head down then this becomes an unconscious habit because I don’t want anyone looking at me (I’m shy). This habit could continue for years until one day someone tells me how bad my posture looks when walking through doorways like that – so now what? They may say something along these lines: “Hey man! Don’t slouch like that anymore—it makes me uncomfortable having someone around who looks so unconfident all the time.” Well guess what happened here? They’ve just planted another seed into my subconscious mind – but this time they did so by using logic rather than repetition!