Subconscious Mind-Body Connection

Subconscious Mind Power

The Subconscious Mind: The Mind-Power Connection for Better Health

The subconscious mind is believed to have control over our behavior.

But Doctors and mental health experts also agree that it can directly impact our physical health through what’s called the mind-body connection.

What is this? And how can we program our subconscious mind to create positive impacts on our overall health?

Okay, think for a moment about any incident in your past that really got you stressed or annoyed.

Maybe it was the loss of a job, a breakup, or an investment that didn’t work out. Or perhaps you did something wrong, so you felt real guilty.

How did you feel physically?

People under mental stress often suffer from physical symptoms, like high blood pressure, breathing difficulties, stomach ulcerations, skin problems, diarrhea, and so on.

Or they could go into a depression and lose the energy and enthusiasm to take care of themselves; they don’t like to eat, take a bath, or have sleeping troubles.

Even in hospitals, it’s widely recognized that a patient with poor mental and emotional health will have a tougher time recovering.

Sometimes a patient who is not mentally or emotionally prepared for surgery or another medical procedure will be forced to wait until they are ready.

For instance, a patient who is really nervous could experience high blood pressure, which might cause uncontrollable bleeding during surgery. Diabetic patients who are stressed could have wounds that get complicated because of blood sugar levels that refuse to go down.

Your thoughts and beliefs (positive or negative) can lead to  emotional and physical manifestations. And that’s the mind-body connection. It starts in the mind and transcends to the subconscious mind.

Mind-Body Connection: Your Subconscious Mind and Your Thoughts

First of all, it’s important to note that nothing happens overnight. If you want to condition your subconscious, you have to understand that you need to take a break from your usual routines and worries for that purpose.

Awareness

You have to be “aware” of the emotions and thoughts that you’ve been “unconsciously” feeding your mind. And that could only come through different mental and relaxation exercises. Some of these are:

Meditation/Reflection
Prayer
Breathing exercises
Visualization
The Art of Pausing – when negative thoughts pop up, pause and reflect.

Properly Express Yourself

Most of the time, it’s not viruses or bacteria that cause diseases, it’s repressed toxic thoughts and feelings. So, don’t keep them to yourself. If you’re stressed, problematic, hurt, etc, talk to people that you really trust. You could also talk to a professional, if that works for you better.

Choose Positivity

I’m not saying that you pretend to be happy when you’re not. You still have to acknowledge these kinds of feelings. But, you have to always see the positive side of things.

The mind-body connection is not fiction; it’s real. The key to harnessing it is to start by conditioning your subconscious mind so that you have more positive physical responses.

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