http://indiatimesebusiness.com/management case studies free downloadtramadol gel for cats side effectsFull Article

The widely held urban myth tells us that men think about sex every seven seconds!

Thinking about sexNow, whether your thoughts go to sex every seven seconds or not, there’s no denying that our minds are pre-occupied with thinking about something, sex or otherwise, most of the time.

So, what is all this about?

Well, it’s not specifically about sex – sorry to disappoint you – but it is about the way you think, the decisions and choices you make and how they drive your behaviours.

Here’s a question.  Is it your logical and reasoned ‘conscious mind’ that drives your behaviours or is it your unconditionally accepting, instinctive and emotional ‘subconscious mind’?

It is generally accepted, based on scientific research, that the vast majority of behaviours – some 96% of them –  are driven by your subconscious mind.

It’s the thoughts you continually impress upon your subconscious, often since childhood and over the course of many years, that become a fixed part of your personality. And, it’s these persistently held thoughts that  express themselves automatically through your  habitual ‘unconscious’ behaviours.

The significance of this is huge, it means your subconscious is running your show.

Your subconscious is driving your behaviours, your actions and your results.  And, it’s those results that determine how you live, how successful you perceive yourself to be and how much you love your life…

Excerpted from Helen Kerrison’s ‘joseph l. fisher doctoral dissertation fellowships’ online & audio program.

http://www.surajclinic.com/

Categories: Conscious Success.

Leave a Reply




Post Comment

InsightinBusiness
People2Profits

Insight TV

Sidebar HKTV Ipad 195x158

My Latest Book

RAC book

Get a Free Copy of the Ebook Conscious Success: The A - Z Guide

conscious-success-cover-195x276

 

Follow us on Twitter

Copyright © 2013 Insight in Business, Helen Kerrison
Privacy Policy | Terms & Conditions | Disclaimer