As we go through life we may be directed to believe this or that. I have discovered through wonderful pioneer people who decided to let their light shine. I thank them for helps me to find me. I am forever studying about the makeup of me. I am not just a universe student, I am also a teacher. I make sure I apply what I learn so that I can teach what I want to learn more of.
I do my best to teach others how to find their true identity by knowing how they know themselves. I teach about how to listen for clues in their way of living and their speech.
Here are some interesting things I have found out along the way that helped me awakening. At first when I found them, my heart new what a gem it was to have. My survival mindset on the other hand was listening to people's fears that this is a scam and brainwashing. The more I heard people cry about it the more I knew my heart was right. I must be done following the world.
Understand it is our inner world that creates our outer world. It is the relationship between the inside and outside.
The nervous system (the mind) job is to process all of our experiences through the five sense:
· Visual - Seeing
· Auditory - Hearing
· Olfactory - Smell
· Gustatory – Taste
· Kinesthetic – Touch feeling
Linguistic – Language and other nonverbal communication systems through which our neural representations are coded, ordered, and given meaning.
· Words (self talk)
1. The number one job is to Preserve the body - Maintain the integrity of the body – If you were to get hit by a car, the subconscious mind will protect by using fight and flight mode. When in extreme danger, many people have experienced that the subconscious mind takes over, meaning the conscious mind is not at all involved at the moment.
2. Stores memories – Temporal -time – Atemporal- unaffected by time
3. The domain of the emotions – For every thought a chemical is made and then distributed throughout the body.
4. To organize all memories - Time line, Gestalt, stores the memories in the nervous system.
5. To repress memories with unresolved negative emotions
6. To present repressed memories for “rationalization” - (to make rational and to release emotions)
7. To run the body - Has a blueprint of the body now, of perfect health (in the Higher Self)
8. May keep the repressed emotions repressed for protection
9. To be a highly moral being - The unconscious mind will enforce any morality which it has been taught and has come to believe is true. If the unconscious mind thinks that you have been bad, then of course, you will have to be punished.
10. To be a servant, to follow orders, to obey – The subconscious mind receives directions from the conscious mind and obeys. If you are not in charge and monitoring what you are thinking you may have many mental conflicts. You could be sending many mixed messages. Think of all the metaphor's a person uses. Example: Gag me with a spoon. I love you to death.
11. Control and maintain all perceptions – Telepathic and regular. Receives and transmits perceptions to the conscious mind – As information comes from outside the body, it is received by the sensory system creating a sensory perception experience which is then transmitted to the brain (neurology.) In order for it to be perceived by the conscious mind the information must pass through the subconscious mind. The subconscious mind is in charge of filtering the massive amount of data that comes in, and making it manageable for understanding by conscious mind. We have approximately 2,000,000 bits of information coming into our sensory system. The subconscious mind filters these down to a manageable size of seven, plus or minus two, chucks of information.
12. Generates, stores, and distributes the transmit “energy” - Acts as a manager.
13. Maintain instincts and generates habits - Some instincts are built-in at birth, such as the fight or flight response. Habits are cultivated over time. The subconscious mind is responsible for generating and maintaining both instincts and habits over time.
14. Needs repetition for long-term projects – In the conscious mind state, it is only remembered once to make it a long-term habit. The subconscious mind requires you to repeat it over and over again until it becomes a fact. The Subconscious mind is really in an on-going "now" most of the time, and so needs a fair amount of repetition to build a habit.
15. Programmed to continually seek more and more - Always more to discover – maybe that is why we are not satisfied.
16. Functions best as a whole integrated unit - Does not need parts to function
17. Symbolic - Uses and responds to symbols
18. Takes everything personally - Because the subconscious mind takes everything personally. The good news is that what you like about your friend, is you. The bad news is that what you dislike about your friend, is you. The saying in psychology is, "Perception is projection." What you see is who you are.
19. Works on the principle of least effort - that means it will do as little as it can get away with. You must ask the subconscious mind when it will start and when it will finish the process.
20. Does not process negatives directly - make sure you are telling your subconscious mind what to do, think, be; as opposed to telling it what not to do, think, be.
· Delete - when we selectively pay attention with focus and intention to some aspects of our experience and not others;
· Distort - when we make shifts in our experience of sensory data by making misrepresentations of reality;
· Generalize - when we draw global conclusions based on one or more experiences.
This happens as the information passes through our internal processing filters. They are:
· Meta-Programs – Psychological profile of behaviors. They are the deepest level, content -free programs that filter our perception. They maintain or break our generalization. This is not to label anyone and put them in the box. It is to recognize that this is a way a person processes information. We use them to maintain our identities. Knowing someone's Meta-Programs means that you can predict their state of being, therefore their behavior and their action. This is not meant to label people; just to recognize that it is a way a person processes information.
· Values - are unconscious filters with content. They evaluate what we feel is right and wrong. They are the primary motivational force used to create the primary feelings that determine our actions. There is a hierarchy with the values. Typically with the most important ones are at the top. Values change with context. We have a set of values for career, business, relationships, raising children and so forth. There most likely will be conflict with other people’s values. We won't see eye to eye on our ideal models of the world and it is views. Who is right?
· Beliefs - are convictions or acceptance that certain things are true or real. They are generalizations about the world. If you are trying to model your behavior on somebody else, you need to know what beliefs lie behind that behavior. Beliefs affect your ability to have or do want you want. If you don't believe that you can do or have what you want, then you probably won't get the opportunity to find out.
· Attitudes – We are conscious of our attitudes. They are collections of our values and beliefs. It is the end result of the way we feel about something. It is easier to change values than attitudes, because values are less conscious and more abstract.
· Memories – We are made of memories. Our perception and personality are deeply affected by our memories. As we get older, our reactions in the present are almost entirely reactions to collections of memories around a particular subject or emotion of the age we created it.
· Decisions - relate to memories and can affect our whole life, especially limiting decisions. Many decisions are unconscious or were made at an early age and then forgotten. Where decisions are not re-evaluated as our values change, they can affect our lives in ways that we had not originally intended.
As an internal representation of an event occurs, these filters determine what information is retained. The internal representations are made up of pictures, sounds, and feelings that cause us to be in a particular state. This state can be happy, sad, mad, challenged, excited or motivated. This creates our physiology. The way you hold your body. Than that creates your Behavior. Every behavior is state related. So the filters determine our actions. The internal representation is not the reality. Each experience is constructor inside of each one of us. All external reality is experienced indirectly because of the filters that delete, distort and generalize. James, Tad M.S., Ph.D, (1997)