The first 14 dominant laws of the subconscious mind

Copyright 2006 Emmanuel Segui

The subconscious mind is fascinating and intriguing. Yet, it is challenging to understand how it works so you can use its full power solve our problems and enhance every aspect of your life.

Here are the difficult principles of the subconscious mind made very easy so you can apply them in your life today and see results tomorrow.

First Law: All hypnosis is self-hypnosis and is any altered state of mind or focus. It is a dreamlike imaginary state between the awake state and the sleep state. Your eyes can be open or closed in each of the states of hypnosis. A hypnotist guides you into a dreamlike state, where the subconscious mind takes each suggestion as a reality.

Second Law: Everyone goes in and out of hypnosis 100 to 200 times per day. It is said that each of us goes into the deep dream or REM (Rapid Eye Movement) state from 7 to 8 times per day on our own.

Third Law: The subconscious mind represents about 90% of your mind power, the conscious mind, about 10%.

Fourth Law: You are not your body. You are a perfect spirit child of God living within this physical body.

Fifth Law: You are but a memory. 100% of everything you have ever thought, dreamed and experienced is stored in your bodies and minds as memories.

Sixth Law: The subconscious mind is fully developed at birth to: (1) keep you alive — flight or fight, fear of loud noises, fear of falling; (2) keep you happy — to get attention, recognition or approval (positive or negative). These laws reverse immediately after birth. Keeping you happy, in its interpretation, is dominant and becomes more important than keeping you alive. Its interpretation of “happy” means happy or miserable.

Seventh Law: Events and trials are stored in your bodies as living chemical memories at the moment they occurred. Each event is alive and well and ready to manifest in you physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually, from anything which can trigger these stored events. The subconscious mind can access all memories in the physical body as if they were it’s own.

Eighth Law: Your major problems were programmed into your memories in your first twelve years, like a series of dominoes. Any problems and trials after age twelve are simply triggers or symptoms of the first events.

Ninth Law: All dominant thoughts become programs or habits. All habits are from the subconscious mind, including everything you think, say and do automatically from habit.

Tenth Law: It takes 21 days to six weeks to consciously create a new habit or program. The subconscious can accept a new habit program instantly.

Eleventh Law: When you fight a habit it will always win. Think about a pink elephant with green and black toenails. Then try to not think about a pink elephant with green and black toenails.

Twelfth Law: All habits can become addictions. The level of addictions is equal to the level of low self-esteem in your first twelve years.

Thirteenth Law: The subconscious mind knows no difference between reality and imagination. Only your conscious mind can see, hear, smell, taste and touch — your five senses. The subconscious mind can only use imagination for programming and response. Use your imagination and think about biting into a lemon or dill pickle, then notice the twinge in your jaw and perhaps saliva in your mouth.

Fourteenth Law: The subconscious mind is programmed like a computer. You program your subconscious mind positively or negatively through self-hypnosis by 1) visualization (clear picture), 2) affirmation, and 3) activation by dynamic emotions or experiences.