The subconscious rules so much of our lives from behind the scenes. From the moment that the sperm meets the egg and begins to process of forming a life, you are governed by the subconscious- your mothers and your own. The subconscious is the force that tells your heart how to beat, when to blink, when to feel hungry.
All of your physiological functions are the work of your deeper mind. It also has a huge impact on how we perceive the world. The subconscious works very quickly, analyzing the world around you all the time, finding the patterns and making assumptions that you realize consciously. In metaphysical terms, the subconscious is the force that can make or break our creative and spiritual processes. In many ways, the subconscious is a truer reflection of your soul – it is the foundation upon which the ego and the conscious mind our built. So how do we make it listen?
This is not an easy answer. There is not one method that will make everyone’s subconscious change its old patterns to conform to the new paradigm that we wish to consciously install. I have decided to explore the methods that are either the most popular or the most effective to me personally that I do not see being explored as much as I think they should. Try them out, experiment and explore, and you will find something that works for you so long as you maintain an open mind.


Chances are, we all have heard about the many many benefits of meditation, so I won’t go on beating this dead horse for too long. All you need to know for these purposes is that when you meditate you blur the boundary of the conscious and unconscious and begin a sort of integration process.
The reason we focus on our breathing so heavily when we meditate is that it is one of the actions that can be controlled by both the conscious and subconscious minds.
As we relax more deeply we become a mix of subconscious and conscious, until eventually both are united and transcend to a state of super-consciousness. It is during this process that we can very easily release old paradigms and install new ones. Simply visualize your intent while you meditate. This is rewriting your subconscious. All a personal paradigm really is, is a story that we keep subconsciously telling ourselves until it becomes real around us. Now is the time to write a new story with a happier ending.


Hypnosis works very similar to meditation, the only difference and benefit being that there is someone to guide you every step of the way.
Many people find that meditation and visualization do not work for them because they get distracted, their phone starts buzzing, or they just can not figure out how to be both relaxed and invested at the same time. A good hypnotherapist can assist in all of those things.
More likely than not he or she will have you turn your phone off on the outset of the session. Their voice and instruction that are both calm but authoritative will keep you focused, and the fact that you probably paid money to have this session take place will make you much more invested in focusing.
He or she will teach you how to relax and have an environment that you may feel more suited to this work than your own home. I am aware that not everyone has the opportunity to find a hypnotherapist, and that is okay.
There are still other methods that can be explored, and there are also a wide variety of guided meditations and recorded hypnotherapy videos online, for free.


Sleep, like meditation, is a time when the boundary of the two minds is thinner. How often do we find ourselves falling asleep thinking about all the things they don’t want to do tomorrow or are already stressed about from the past day? Have you found yourself drifting to sleep thinking about work, the fight you had with your lover, all the errands you have to run tomorrow, or just loneliness?
Many people find that when they are about to fall asleep that this is the time they are no longer distracted and their worst anxieties and fears can bounce around our minds.
This is an unfortunate side effect of a culture that teaches us to fight and fear what we hate rather than focus on and create what we love. It is especially unfortunate because as you are in that half asleep state, you are just pouring these ideas in their purest form straight into your subconscious. As you fall asleep you are essentially a tiny coin being thrown into the giant wishing well of the subconscious.
If night after night after night you are placing all that stress and negativity into the great wishing well of the subconscious, than that is all your subconscious is going to know how to see the next day.
As you fall asleep, think about the things you want. Picture yourself with your perfect guy, visualize yourself working at that perfect job, explore your dream vacation. This begins filling the subconscious with positivity. You will wake up the next day feeling great, and the subconscious will begin rewriting itself to meet these positive goals.


The final method I have here is the one I have found most personally effective. There is, among much of the spiritual community, a distinction between what Occultists and Pagans call Magick, and this force that the New Age community refers to as the Law of Attraction. Many enlightened individuals realize that these to forces are actually just different names for the same idea.
However, New Agers go about making vision boards and using affirmations while Witches and Occultists make talismans and say spells. There are people on either side who do not respect the “nonsense” of the other side. But really, I think the people who are the most enlightened are the ones who see the similarities behind both sides and realize what they have in common and how they can help one another.
One big way that the New Age community can learn from its seemingly darker sister is that rituals work. Plain and simple, doing a ritual gets results. This is because our subconscious speaks symbolically. It is very receptive to symbols, and a ritual is, on a level, a way of communicating symbolically to your subconscious.
When a Wiccan lights a green candle, burns some incense, and says a spell to attract abundance they are communicating to their inner self. Their subconscious understands the symbolism and accepts it, and sets to work making it happen. The rituals do not have to have ancient hymns to long dead gods or blood sacrifices. It can be as easy as lighting a candle and saying some words. The best rituals are personal ones, so devise some for yourself! Be creative!
There are many other methods that I have not included in this article for the sake of length. I will explore this in later articles, but I feel this is an excellent starting point. If this is new information to you, tell me if this is helpful! If this information is old hat, than tell me about methods you have tried that you find to work! As always, love and light my beautiful brothers and sisters.

During a lively discussion centered on fears that President Trump is "trying to undermine the media," MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski let slip the awesome unspoken truth that the media's "job" is to "actually control exactly what people think."
SCARBOROUGH: "Exactly. That is exactly what I hear. What Yamiche said is what I hear from all the Trump supporters that I talk to who were Trump voters and are still Trump supporters. They go, 'Yeah you guys are going crazy. He's doing -- what are you so surprised about? He is doing exactly what he said he is going to do.'"
BRZEZINSKI: "Well, I think that the dangerous, you know, edges here are that he is trying to undermine the media and trying to make up his own facts. And it could be that while unemployment and the economy worsens, he could have undermined the messaging so much that he can actually control exactly what people think. And that, that is our job."
As grabien points out, the comment failed to raise any eyebrows from her co-panelists. Instead, her co-host, Joe Scarborough, said that Trump's media antagonism puts him on par with Mussolini and Lenin...

When we say “The Global Elite” we think of the wealthiest 1% who thrive through global consumerism. They don’t care about the result of their products as long as it brings massive profit. Their agenda is New World Order with hypnotized consumers living in One Government World. This way they can stay in power (meaning they’ll keep their businesses going) and their consumers will be “satisfied” (addicted) to their products without realizing the damage they create with consuming.

However, in that MASSIVE 99% of the world there is a tiny 1% that may be the key to restoring balance to the world.
It’s not a secret society with some sinister agenda to take over the world. No. These individuals are all around us. Most of them have never even met each other. A lot of them don’t even know what’s happening. But they can all feel it. They can all feel that there is something wrong with society and the way it functions.
Suddenly, these individuals stop caring about what brand they wear. They see through the BS of media. They tend to unite the good from the indigenous and the modern, in a new sustainable lifestyle. They prefer walks in nature and nights around a campfire over getting drunk in clubs. They desire healthy organic food over processed food no matter the taste. They see the world as their home and the people as its global citizens. They love animals, nature and every human being as they realize we are all ONE! They SEE the world’s greatest lie “you are not enough” and THIS is their freedom.
That’s why they cannot be controlled into consuming products that harm the world. The products will either have to change to be more eco-friendly and respectful to humanity or no one will consume them.
These individuals, completely unintentionally, show an alternative to the global consumerism. They show that in Nature there is everything that you need and in there, everything is free. They open a doorway to a new lifestyle where you are free from filling the endless void of your ego and you can focus on what truly matters, ascending into a higher frequency. That’s why they will shatter “The Global Elite’s Plan”
Are you one of these people? Do you feel there is something wrong with society? Do you feel lost, as you are walking amongst people who are asleep? Do some (if not all) of the traits we mentioned above apply to you? Don’t worry, it simply means that you are awakening. Why? Nobody knows for sure. Maybe it’s a higher plan of The Universe or maybe there is something else in play. However, keep in mind that you are not alone.

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The purpose of this article is to share with the reader some wonderful books that have helped this writer to grow into a happier and healthier person. As we know, change comes from action. Action can come from knowledge. Hence, when we learn more and become more knowledgeable, we can equip ourselves with the tools to change our behavior and life in a positive way.
Ultimately, these books are centered around changing our own life so that we can not only improve our happiness and reach greater levels of fulfillment, but also so that this knowledge and these tools can be spread to those around us. I have included unique books so that it is more likely that these are ones that you haven’t read before. Each book is linked to Amazon so that you can read more about the books to decide if you’d like to read the book. It is the author’s hope that these books inspire you and provide you with more happiness and fulfillment in your life.
1. The Motivation Manifesto: 9 Declarations to Claim Your Personal Power by Brandon Burchard: Paulo Coelho, the author of The Alchemist, sums up The Motivation Manifesto beautifully by stating that “it is a poetic and powerful call to reclaim our lives and find our own personal freedom. It’s a triumphant work that transcends the title, lifting the reader from mere motivation into a soaringly purposeful and meaningful life. I love this book.”
2. Ho’oponopono: The Hawaiian Forgiveness Ritual as the Key to Your Life’s Fulfillment by Ulrich Dupree: This book helps us with all aspects of healing, which is centered around forgiveness. This helps us to address underlying issues around relationships, money, career, love and more. I personally found this to be an incredible book.
3. Gene Keys: Unlocking The Higher Purpose Hidden in Your DNA by Richard Rudd: There is no other book out there like the Gene Keys. The author draws in concepts and scientific understandings from neuroscience, anatomy, physiology, quantum physics, all religions, the power of belief, the I-Ching and astrology to show how the gene keys are “an inner language designed to transform our core beliefs about ourselves and raise us to a higher level of awareness.” A truly mind-opening and transformational book.
4. The Ascension Mysteries: Revealing the Cosmic Battle Between Good & Evil by David Wilcock: Two-time New York Times best-selling Author David Wilcock discusses the nature of the universe by discussing consciousness, personal development, the power of the mind, ground-breaking scientific studies and high-level government whistleblowers. A fascinating read.
5. Don’t Let Anything Dull Your Sparkle: How To Break Free of Negativity and Drama by Doreen Virtue: Doreen lays out the foundation in helping us to remove drama and negativity from our lives and more importantly, offers us practical solutions to do so. A great book for anyone in a relationship, getting over one, looking for one or for someone who is single. This book helps us to change our lives in a way that helps us to holistically manage stress and remove the negative drama from our lives.
6. The Biology of Belief: Unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter and Miracles by Dr. Bruce Lipton: This wonderful book discusses cell biology and quantum physics to create a healthy, joyous life back in our own hands. As we transform our conscious and subconscious thoughts, we transform our lives. This in turn helps humanity to evolve to a new level of understanding and peace.
7. The Code of the Extraordinary Mind: 10 Unconventionoal Laws to Redefine Your Life & Succeed On Your Own Terms by Vishen Lakhiani: This book teaches us to think like some of the greatest non-conformist minds of our era. It teaches us to question, challenge, hack, and create new rules for our own life so we can define success on our own terms.
8. The Complete Artist’s Way: Creativity as a Spiritual Practice by Julia Cameron: This is an international best-seller and offers us techniques and insight to create a life that removes blocks that affect every aspect of our life. The result is the free flow of creativity to uplift and transform our life.
9. You Are The Placebo: Making Your Mind Matter by Dr. Joe Dispenza: This wonderful book combines the latest research in neuroscience, biology, psychology, hypnosis, behavioral conditioning, and quantum physics to demystify the workings of the placebo effect, which shows how the “seemingly impossible can become possible.”
10. Morphogenesis & The Skillsets of Evolution: Evolutionary Teachings For Accelerated Spiritual Development and Humanitarian Service by Tiara Kumara: This book “initiates you into an alchemical journey of self-realization to unlock your higher intelligence.” Amazing.
11. The Genius Myth by Michael Meade: The Genius Myth shows us how all people have within themselves a genius. A genius is not something that is within only a few, but within all. Highly motivational!
13. The Willpower Instict: How Self-Control Works, Why It Matters, and What You Can Do To Get More of It by Dr. Kelly McGonigal: “Informed by the latest research and combining cutting-edge insights from psychology, economics, neuroscience, and medicine, the book describes how willpower is a mind-body response, not a virtue. It is a biological function that can be improved through mindfulness, exercise, nutrition, and sleep.” A must-read.
14. Synchronicity: The Inner Path of Leadership by Joseph Jaworski: “Synchronicity is an inspirational guide to developing the most essential leadership capacity for our time: the ability to collectively shape our future.” Great for anyone, including all types of leaders and those in leadership positions.
15. Resilience From The Heart: The Power To Thrive In Life’s Extremes by Dr. Gregg Braden: A great book to help us adapt and manage everyday stress in our personal lives and in our social lives. It features material on the surprising discovery of brain-like cells—sensory neurites—located within the human heart, and the role they play in creating personal resilience.
What are your thoughts on this list? Which ones do you feel most inspired to read? Are there friends or family members you can share this list with to inspire them to create an even better life?
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