The unconscious mind is a quite familiar concept but not everyone knows it well. In this post, I will clarify the concept of unconsciousness, specifically the collective unconscious – one of the interesting mysteries.

What’s the unconscious mind?

It defines all past events and memories, which are though at times inaccessible to us no matter how hard we try to remember to bring things up. For example, the first word we’ve learned to say, or how it felt to be able to walk on our own.

The unconscious mind absorbs all the information coming from your senses without concentration at all. It includes all images, sounds, feelings, touch, etc without attention or division.

If you have already known about the human unconscious, you definitely want to continue to explore the concept of the collective unconscious, right?

Does the collective unconscious really exist?

If you want to know whether the collective unconscious really exists or not, you need to understand what it is?

The collective unconscious was first defined by Carl Jung, a psychoanalyst (also known as objective psychology). He argues that the bottom layer of the mind is a separate part called the unconscious, which is completely inherited from genetics without being affected by personal experience.

According to Jung’s view, the collective unconscious is common to all humans and influences longstanding beliefs and instincts, such as spirituality, sexual behavior, and fertility.

According to this definition, Carl Jung divided two different types of the unconscious: the individual unconscious and the collective unconscious.

The individual unconscious is a cover of the unconscious, lying on a lower layer. This lower layer is the collective unconscious, not come from personal experience and reception, but from instinct. Therefore, it is the first instance in which the mind develops. In general, we can identify the collective unconscious in different people and the resemblance between them.

So, does the collective unconscious really exist? Yes, it is. The majority of people are capable of experiencing such impulses as love, anger, or fear. These emotions are very intense in the bodies of individuals. Everyone can unconsciously experience and recognize such emotions.

How to control the collective unconscious mind?

Although the subconscious and the unconscious are two different parts of the human brain, there is a link between them. The unconscious is so difficult to control. So, we need to reprogram the subconscious to control the collective unconscious. The unconscious mind re-enacts existing human instincts that we take for granted such as birth or death. However, we can still influence the collective unconscious by acting on the subconscious.

For example, a cancer patient doesn’t mean he will die or at least die right away. If he thinks unconsciously, he will let the disease take over his body. However, if he affects his subconscious mind with positive thoughts, he may be overcome the illness. Don’t forget that “You will be rewarded according to your faith”. Faith and spirit are very important in our lives.

Besides, I suggest you use the app “RESUMI” – REPROGRAM SUBCONSCIOUS MIND before going to bed to get better at controlling the collective unconscious. You should use earphones or headphones to raise the efficiency of the application. Before using it, try to visualize success at work or goals that you want.

Thank you for your attention! Hope you have a great day and get everything you want!

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