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07.03.2014
As my understanding about the subconscious (subjective) mind began to grow, I began to understand the terrific power of thought, and why it is so very, very important to control our thoughts (versus allowing our thoughts to control us). I would have to say that truly understanding the subconscious, as well as subconscious versus conscious, and how to actually work with these two concepts is probably THE most important thing in life.
Obviously, I cannot speak for you, but I truly believe that if I can help you to understand what I have come to understand, then I really believe that whatever tools you choose to use in your own self-improvement adventures will be far more effective. My request to you at this point is simple: Please keep an open mind as I attempt to explain how I have come to understand the subconscious mind. Also, one important disclaimer: I’m not a psychologist or any kind of doctor whatsoever, and I don’t play one on TV. I’ll try not to be too “groovy” or too spiritual – but understand that I’m fairly spiritually minded by nature, so throughout my various articles here and later you will probably see a few references to “God” and “Spirit” and “Divine Conscious” type of thing. Once we think a thought, it “goes” into the universe – just like once you speak a word out loud, it “goes” into the ether and is then received (heard) by the person you’re speaking with. The interesting thing about thoughts is that once we think them, they are received by our Subconscious (Subjective) Mind. Simply put, the objective, or conscious part of our mind is the part that observes, reports, decides, acts, analyzes, etc. So, for example, when I look at a camera and think to myself, “That’s a nice camera; I think I’d like to have a camera just like that one!” I am using my objective mind. Using the example of the camera, if I’m feeling really strongly about wanting that camera, the message my subconscious mind might receive is, “start working on getting a camera just like this one.” I know, that is very simplistic!
So, the subconscious is kind of like the “growing medium” that the “thought seed” lands in before it can create anything.
What would be the point of conscious mind and thought if there were to be nothing as a result of thinking? And, what would be the point of a subconscious growing medium if there was nothing to plant? When I was first trying to wrap my brain around these concepts, I think that this particular example helped me understand the nature and relationship of conscious and subconscious mind the best. Once the seed is in the ground, the ground, in a fit of pique, doesn’t suddenly decide to turn the tomato into a pumpkin.
The ground does what the ground does – and that is to work with the seed as it has been designed. Nature works her magic on the seed she has been given, and in time, if tended properly, we’ll be eating so many fresh tomatoes come August that we’ll have to give some away.
I know this sounds utterly ridiculous, but it’s an example of NOT properly tending our seed plot, isn’t it? So, before I end this article, you may be wondering why don’t we just “know” this about the workings of our own mind? Here’s the way I see it: I believe that there have always been people throughout the ages who have known this. However, for many of us in the west (myself included), our parents weren’t taught this, nor were their parents, or generations of parents before them.
Life was more or less centered around thinking in a way that was taught by churches or leaders outside our own heads and hearts.
I do not believe that this is an intentional thing; however, I do believe that somewhere along the line over the course of the many centuries after a man called Jesus walked the earth trying to get the message out to people about how to REALLY live and think, that the message he, and many other wise teachers from the East and many native traditions somehow got lost. Thankfully today – or at least throughout the last century or so – more and more people have come to find that there is so much more to living than we thought.
And learning about and using our mind – all of it – our conscious and subconscious – the way it was intended (my opinion), is making its way more and more into the mainstream.


I have to tell you; there is no greater feeling than to understand the relationship of my conscious and subconscious mind. We are affiliates of some of the products, books, and companies we recommend, such as Mind Movies, Quantum Jumping, and others. If you decide to purchase any products through any of our links, because of our recommendation, be it expressed or implied, we may receive a commission. Thanks!I am going to devote a considerable amount of space on this site to the “subconscious” or “subconscious mind” (also called the “subjective mind”). Coming to understand the subconscious mind is something that was a turning point in my understanding of so many things – whether we’re talking about the Law of Attraction, creative visualization, creating our own reality, or anything.
We “think” with our Conscious (Objective) Mind – you know, those thoughts behind our words that are processed through the organ known as the brain. In Ernest Holmes’ The Science of Mind, he says that “The objective mind is that part of the mentality which functions consciously. The subjective (subconscious) mind’s job is to take the information given it by the objective (conscious) mind and act on that information without question. If things really were that simple (or that weird), there would be all sorts of pandemonium and chaos in the world with “stuff” popping up everywhere at the whim of every thought. It is a rather “submissive” partner in that regard; however, it is equally important to the conscious mind. So, each summer, my husband and I (well, uh… mostly my husband) plant a garden with lots of tomatoes. In my illustration about the tomato seed, what do you suppose might happen if once I planted the seed, and watered it, I came out the next day to dig it up to see if it had germinated yet? We’re going to water them, keep the weeds from choking off the young roots once the plant begins to grow. In my own family, for example, there was a vague idea that God was “up there” and ready to smite me down if I did something wrong.
I guess one might say that my life was never as much about encouraging growth and learning to create a life I loved as much as it was to just follow the rules, get a good job, find some guy willing to marry me, and then have some kids – and then teach the whole thing, just like that, to them. The day I realized I didn’t have to live my life the way I was expected to was a day of incredible freedom for me.
During the 19th century, this entire shift in how one could think and live became known as the New Thought movement (we’ll talk more about that later), and what was once confined to small parlors and discussion groups has become, for more and more people, a new way of life. Can you remain unmoving till the right action arises by itself?" Lao Tzu Be aware of the motivation behind your action, the intention behind your words, and the needs and experiences of other people.
I am merely presenting my own understanding as I have learned it from the following sources; specifically Dr. The subjective (subconscious) mind does not say, “Well, can you explain further what you meant by that thought?” It just does what it was designed to do, and that is to act on the “orders” it was given.
In this case it’s the garden bed, or a pile of dirt – it doesn’t much matter whether it’s a bucket filled with soil or soil in the garden, or in some other growing mix. The ground is your subconscious mind where your seed, carefully and properly tended, will at some point manifest in whatever it is you planted.
Our parents knew it, and their parents before them knew it, and it’s taught in all the schools. Otherwise it just won’t grow no matter how much I look at those tomato seeds in my hand and say, “GROW! To this day they fetch a pretty penny in some markets as they’re considered rare art. Joseph Murphy (The Power of Your Subconscious Mind), and, to a lesser degree Napoleon Hill (Think and Grow Rich), Charles F.


We planted a tomato, and the ground will not try to influence the tomato to be anything but a tomato.
Dear Friend , on sacred Pilgrimage we visit 14 countries and holy sites, chanting the karma avoiding mantra. In INDIA we meditate at Bodhgaya Mahabodhi temple & Bodhi tree, sacred space of Buddha´s Enlightenment. Petrified and alone, I had no idea how to process what had just transpired, nor did I have any clue how to tell anyone.
At sacred lake Tso Pema we pray to the Lotus-born Padmasambhava & to female Buddha Mandarava. When I came back home to New York, I managed the courage to tell my parents, who in turn didn’t believe a word I said. In SRI LANKA we pay homage to Sri Pada at Adam´s Peak, to Kandy Tooth temple, to Mihintale stupa and other temples. I wouldn’t say she would have been my first choice, but that turned out to be exactly how it happened. What the hell does Amy have to do with anything?” Mind you this is well nearly three years later. I realized that these were not really girls as each one turned out to be with other older guys while seeing me.
These girls were playing another game that I again, was light years behind.I pretty much started to lose it after that. I was quite sure what was going on.By this time I had already been to other oral areas with other women but never third base. Beyond what is known as full blown alcoholic I was abusing any chemical I could get my hands on.
All but heroin, and only because of the one encounter which left me retching for six hours after a few snorts. As just as it began to wear off and I could barely make out the figure in front of me, the most loudest explosions erupted which literally made my chest hurt so much I nearly doubled over.I reached out with both arms to grab purchase of my darling and make sure she was still there. And massively involved with blackouts and waking up in the damndest of places like an old train yard where they park the trains after their route. Need I also mention that from the moment we made friends it started snowing?I was always a loner and tonight was no exception. Now completely wired,I planted myself in front of coin-op and began shaking the machine fervently as the missiles dropped from every angle imaginable.As soft hand went down my shoulder and rested on the middle of my back. And the condition I would find her in for the next six months, at some points made my darkness look like a fairytale.The scars on her wrists were one thing, but having to call 911 because she decided to eat a bag of ludes, just boggled my mind. God I cherished being with her… I was pretty sure in her company I wanted to be a better person. I wanted to clean up and fly right and grow old together…She spoke of things that made my mind swoonI was nineteen now and I was angry, scared and alone.
I’m not sure if it was a direct thing against me, or that his thirst for conquest just included Lisa2 and I was in the way. He introduced her to cocaine, got her hooked beyond healthy measures and that was the last I saw of Lisa for years.



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