Movements developed by the most powerful inner enforcement to control human behavior – the subconscious mind (also known as the unconscious mind).

Do you remember the early days when you learned to play an instrument?
Or do you count the number of times you made a mistake while practicing dancing? Or learning a new skill?

Everyone, for the first time learning any new skill, we need to approach a set of very complicated operations, you also need to combine pressing and strumming according to the score. Once you become more skillful, those movements begin to require less attention and the set of activities require less conscious awareness until they completely fall into the very natural flow of the body.

Movements developed by the most powerful inner enforcement to control human behavior – the subconscious mind (also known as the unconscious mind).

The subconscious mind is a part of our mind

Subconscious mind: where is it?

It’s familliar for scientists to talk about the types of conditioned actions when discussing the brain. As a result, most of us are more familiar with thinking that our behavior becomes automatic than the way we think about it.
Whether we like it or not, our ability to control thoughts, synchronize movements, or experience emotions depends on the inner mind, the subconscious.
The idea of ​​levels of deeper information was developed and studied in depth by the famous Austrian psychologist Sigmund Freud (1856-1939). According to Freud’s argument as follows:

The model of consciousness according to Sigmund Freud

  • Consciousness – where our thoughts and actions take place in our consciousness
  • Subconscious – where all automatic reactions occur, we can perceive our subconscious if we focus on them.
  • The unconscious – where events and memories, as well as emotions, are presented. It’s hard to determine the origin of the unconscious because it’s almost infinite.

Imagine the mind as an iceberg in the sea.

You can see that consciousness is the tip of the iceberg. It merely accounts for 1-3% of the total volume of that iceberg. The subconscious will be the iceberg halfway across the water. They are places to dive if we pay attention to learn, along with deep reflections. Finally, the chunk of the board, which accounts for more than 80%. It is the source of so many emotions, desires, experiences, dreams, repression, anger, lust hidden underneath. Sometimes, we need to admit that we do not know or feel what is going on in our own minds.

Therefore, the subconscious is much greater than the consciousness. But there is something can do. If we can fully concenstrate our mind’s attention to make use of it in our daily activities, we might drive our behavior might be driven in a positive way.

Nowadays, people have discovered several different methods to manipulate the subconscious of people to improve their lives such as using therapies on patients and achieve a good quality of life.

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