Conscious And Subconscious Mind


Memories And Experiences

Unfortunately many of us are dealing with stress and anxiety day by day. Our dreams try to establish relevance as an effort to relate and deal with various challenges at work and at home.

In dreams, our subconscious can uncover the wishes that our conscious mind has learned to repress. Some people remember vivid dreams; some swear they cannot remember dreaming at all. From the time we can recall into our later years, our minds constantly produce dreams as memories while our bodies and brains are in a selected recall state.

Torri  Enso helps you to understand how your conscious and subconscious mind works together. This helps you to establish what drives your fears, daily stress, anxiety and ambitions.

The subconscious mind

We use our conscious mind to pay attention, focus, reason, and think through decisions we need to make. It is powerful but depends heavily on the subconscious mind.

When a child learns how to ride a bike, it learns the balance and coordination of the body through the conscious mind. This is due in part to the sensory information that the learning process depends on. Over time the act of riding a bike gets stored in the memory and it is no longer an act of the conscious mind.

Did you know the conscious mind focuses on a very limited scope of activities. Whereas the subconscious mind is virtually unlimited in the amount of information it can process. In fact, most of what we see, hear, and do throughout the day is regulated and stored by our subconscious mind. Scientist estimate that about 95% of what we do is controlled by our subconscious mind.

If we stopped to think about all the things, we do every day we realize just how much effort it would take to complete them all. If we relied solely on the limited amount of space, we have in our conscious mind.

Our subconscious is also responsible for our memories and storing our life experiences.

  • Bodily functions (heart rate, breathing, digestion)
  • Memories
  • Feelings and emotions
  • Beliefs
  • Gut instinct
  • Protection from trauma

Your conscious mind has a less sense of awareness than your subconscious mind. When we refer to our “6th sense“ we are really using subconscious mind.

Your subconscious mind is always switched on. Even while we are asleep, it continues to obey orders from your conscious mind. If you focus your conscious thoughts on negative things, then your subconscious will obediently deliver. Learn to focus on positive thoughts and allow your conscious mind to control your feelings, emotions, and memories.



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