How to Use Your Subconscious Mind Power to Manifest ALL that You Want

How this Guide Helped Me Manifest My Desires
Step 1: Understand Your Mind
Step 2: Understand Your False and Limiting Beliefs
Step 3: Identify Your False and Limiting Beliefs (FLBs)
Step 4: Clear Your False and Limiting Beliefs and Energy Blocks
Step 5: Introduce Positive and Empowering Beliefs to Your Subconscious Mind
STEP 6. Make The Effects of Your New Beliefs Last

Step 1: Understand Your Mind 

Think of an iceberg that floats along in the Arctic Ocean. You can see parts of it above the surface of the water but the majority of it is actually hidden beneath. 

Our mind is the same: the part that we are aware of and is visible to us is our conscious mind, while the other part that we are not aware of is our subconscious mind. 

Although you are not aware of your subconscious, it stores your endless memories, thoughts, experiences, and emotions from your childhood that collectively form your beliefs. And your subconscious mind has been busy executing these stored beliefs in your reality. 

Who you are now and what your life looks like are the results of your subconscious beliefs. Your beliefs influence your perceptions, judgments, opinions and the way you behave and act. 

The problem is that most of these stored beliefs are negative in nature and are referred to as false, limiting beliefs or FLBs. 

These FLBs manifest as fears, phobias, lack of self-confidence, your inability to trust others, etc., and form negative energy blocks that prevent you from becoming your best self and from achieving your desired reality. 

To understand your mind better, let’s take a look at the two aspects of the mind: the conscious and subconscious mind. 

THE CONSCIOUS MIND

The first aspect of the mind is the CONSCIOUS MIND. It is the part that is aware of what’s happening inside and outside of you. 

It is aware that you are reading this article and that you are reading this article on your phone or computer. 

If you are drinking tea or coffee right now, your conscious mind is aware that your tea is hot or not. It is also aware of its taste. If you are holding a book, it knows the title of the book and whether the book is new or old. 

If it’s snowing in your area, your conscious mind recognizes the snow and instantly associate it with the freezing temperature outside. If you are in the tropics, it is aware that the temperature is hot and humid. 

When it comes to your life in general, your conscious mind understands whether you are in good financial conditions or if you struggle to get by. The conscious mind recognizes abundance around you in the form of the house you live in, the kind of car you drive, the job you have, and the overall state of your health. 

When you want to achieve things in life but you are too negative about the outcome, your conscious mind will label any life goals you may have as “impossible to reach”. 

The conscious mind likes to label things and events that are supposed to be neutral. It judges your tea as hot or cold, labels your mood as happy, your dress as pretty, the weather as freezing or hot or humid, reaching any goals as difficult or challenging, and life in general as a constant struggle. 

In other words, your conscious mind is what filters, labels, and gives meaning to your neutral experiences and thoughts. These labels and meanings are usually based on and the source of your stored beliefs in your subconscious mind. 

es in toxic relationships because they grew up in an abusive and unhealthy environment with parents who constantly bicker and fight in front of their children. 

Because of the images that the children saw repeatedly and on a daily basis, being in an abusive or unhealthy environment became their new normal as it formed part of their subconscious beliefs. 

When these children became adults, many of them tend to believe that they are not worthy of a loving or a healthy environment. As a result, they attract abusive partners or get into toxic 

relationships; or because of their beliefs, they turn a perfectly fine relationship into something destructive. 

This only proves that what you repeat and consistently act upon with your conscious mind becomes your truth in the subconscious mind and eventually manifests into your reality. 

Ineffectiveness of the Conscious Mind 

The problem with the conscious mind is that it is usually ineffective in its function as a filter. 

This is because you are not always consciously aware of your train of thoughts or what is going on around you due to the sensory and data overload from your daily routine, hectic lifestyle, stress, and hundreds of stimuli in your life. 

This is what it means when psychologists say that you have become “unconscious of your consciousness.” 

Most people do not even have the time to objectively assess the labels they attach to the mental images, experiences, and inputs that they receive from outside influences before they pass everything to the subconscious mind. 

Most are not even aware that they “knowingly” passed on these beliefs to their subconscious until they look at their lives and see what they don’t want. 

According to the Laboratory of Neuro Imaging at the University of Southern California, an average person can have as much as 70,000 thoughts per day, but the majority of these thoughts are just psychobabble and insignificant mind talk that pop throughout the day. 

Unfortunately, even these psychobabble automatically gets stored in your subconscious. Worse, if you face several challenges, like losing a job, the pervading thoughts in your conscious mind will focus on and magnify these challenges. 

Once you attach the negative emotions of fear, worry, and anxiety to these thoughts about losing your job, these thoughts end up getting stored in your subconscious mind as permanent beliefs. 

There are those who find themselves in toxic relationships because they grew up in an abusive and unhealthy environment with parents who constantly bicker and fight in front of their children. 

Because of the images that the children saw repeatedly and on a daily basis, being in an abusive or unhealthy environment became their new normal as it formed part of their subconscious beliefs. 

When these children became adults, many of them tend to believe that they are not worthy of a loving or a healthy environment. As a result, they attract abusive partners or get into toxic relationships; or because of their beliefs, they turn a perfectly fine relationship into something destructive. 

This only proves that what you repeat and consistently act upon with your conscious mind becomes your truth in the subconscious mind and eventually manifests into your reality. 

THE SUBCONSCIOUS MIND

The second aspect of your mind is the SUBCONSCIOUS MIND, which is far more powerful than your CONSCIOUS MIND because it controls your body functions in auto mode. 

As its name infers, your subconscious acts without requiring you to be aware of it most of the time. Your reality right now is shaped by your predominant thoughts and emotions in your subconscious mind. 

If you always fear that you will not succeed in your career or business endeavors and you always repeat to yourself that it’s hard to find a decent job or start a business, your subconscious mind will create the reality of you struggling to find a job and always failing in business. 

If you think it’s hard to lose weight and no exercise or diet programs can help you lose weight, your subconscious mind will create a reality where you will always remain overweight. 

In other words, your subconscious mind has limitless powers to execute all your beliefs and manifest them in your reality. 

No Awareness, No Judgment 

Unlike the conscious mind, the subconscious has no awareness and cannot think on its own. 

It doesn’t know how to label and judge things and events. It merely accepts anything and everything that’s presented to it, no matter if this is something you really desire or not. 

The subconscious does not evaluate the truthfulness of the statement “I am always unlucky in life.” It will only focus on the negativity of the statement and manifest that. 

In the same sense, your subconscious does not judge the statement “I am always a winner. I always reach my goals, dreams, and aspirations. I live my best life!” It simply focuses on the positivity you feel when you think or say that statement and bring that to your reality. 

In Resurrection, Neville Goddard explained: 

“The subconscious is not selective; it is impersonal and no respecter of persons. The subconscious is not concerned with the truth or falsity of your feeling. It always accepts as true that which you feel to be true. Because of this quality of the subconscious, there is nothing impossible for man. Whatever the mind of man can conceive and feel as true, the subconscious can and must objectify. Your feelings create the pattern from which your world is fashioned, and a change of feeling is a change of pattern.” 

So, if you keep thinking and feeling that you are always unlucky in life and your conscious mind affirms that statement to be true by constantly focusing on it, what happens is that statement eventually gets stored in your subconscious mind as a belief. 

And since the subconscious mind executes whatever is stored in it, what will manifest in your reality is the fact that life will always be difficult for you.

False and limiting beliefs (FLBs) are specific stories and internal narratives that hold you back from becoming who you want to be and from achieving the kind of life that you want for yourself. These FLBs reside in your subconscious mind. 

Here’s an example of a general limiting belief: 

“I am a victim of my circumstances.” 

If you want to create lasting change in your life, you need to let go of your FLBs and cultivate positive and empowering beliefs that support your growth. 

Here’s an example of a positive and empowering belief: 

“My circumstances are opportunities to grow and create meaning in my life.”