Felicia Kliment is an author, nutritionist and an avid researcher of the subconscious mind. She has written and published several books on different topics from holistic living, diet, and the subconscious. You can find out more about her at her site, subconsciousbook.com
1. Ego is One of the Greatest Blocks to Your Subconscious
If you are looking to tap into the power of your subconscious, you must realize that there are a number of “blocks” or emotional and mental states that are preventing you from achieving success with your subconscious. The first of these blocks is your ego.
If you are constantly focused only on how you can be better than others, then your subconscious mind will never fully open up and allow you to be your best self.
Transition from a focus of competing with others to a focus of challenging and growing yourself.
2. The Subconscious Works Best When You Are in Balance
The other major problem people often find when trying to tap into the power of their subconscious is that they are not in balance with their mind and body. They are anxious, unhealthy, stressed, and generally just in a flurry of draining activities.
If you want your subconscious to perform properly, you must begin to balance your body and your mind. Clean up your diet, begin meditating, find time each week to relax and be in a calm state, get out in nature, do whatever it is you have to do to create a sense of calm and balance in your life, even if it’s a mere 10 minutes a day.
3. Break Out of Your Normal Routine
Life can often become a string of daily routines and actions that have not been thought out or seriously analyzed, leading to a boring, and mundane existence. If you are suffering from confusion regarding your life’s purpose, one of the best things you can do is break out of your routines.
Get in the car and just start driving, go backpacking alone, travel for a month in a new country, pickup a new skill, do something that scares you. Do whatever it is that will push your boundaries and get you out of your comfort zone.
2. The Decline of the West by Oswald Spengler