Every time we talk about love, we always tend to focus on just the thrills that we can get out of it. Little did we know, though, that there are a lot of things coming into play in order to produce it. The majority of us is not aware how our subconscious mind and love go hand-in-hand all the time.
Concept of Subconscious Mind
To have a clearer picture of what our subconscious mind is all about, let us look at it as an “invisible” companion walking with us every day. It can be our ally, or it can be our foe. Most of the times, though, we choose to make it our friend when we want to achieve something big in our life—decisions that could make or break us. One of these is deciding whether we should fall in love or not. Yes, your subconscious mind plays a big part in your love life!
If all things come together for good, your subconscious mind will always be your friend. It tells your conscious mind to push through with the “love” brewing inside you by suppressing the not-so-pleasant experiences you had that might interfere with what you feel at the moment. So, you might conclude that this unseen companion will be your friend starting at this point. The answer is “no.” It only goes that way if you know how to properly control your subconscious.
Do you ever wonder how in the world you could sometimes say things that you did not even care saying, or behave the way you are not used to doing? That is your subconscious mind coming into play. The more you ignore it, the more it tries to show to the world who you really are. Scary, right. But if you are well aware of it, you will have no hard time taming it.
Taming the Subconscious Mind for Success in Love
Many of us is having this feeling of “getting stuck,” especially in doing away with old habits that get us to fail miserably in love. That is because we just can’t get our conscious mind to be in unison with our subconscious. Taming this inner beast is not an easy thing to do, more so if we have an entangled past.
To reiterate, taming the subconscious mind is not an easy feat. But fret not. The secret to this is to do and redo things you perceive as right. Doing this every time re-wires your subconscious mind to the point that it starts to forget and ignore the signals it perceive as “bad,” thus, taking it as permissible and good.
Having a traumatic romantic experience, up to this point, will stop haunting you. After taming your beastly subconscious, what will follow through are all favorable emotions that in turn allow for a successful and stronger love story. What a happy ending!