How does autosuggestion work?

In FAQs on November 16, 2008 at 11:01 am

Autosuggestion is a powerful technique to directly plant suggestions and beliefs into the subconscious mind.

Human mind has three major divisions within it – the conscious mind, the subconscious mind and the critical factor.

The conscious mind controls our voluntary actions and our conscious thoughts. Whereas the subconscious is a very powerful part of the mind that has the power to alter our entire personality. It also controls the involuntary actions of the body and our memory. The critical factor, a part of the conscious mind, acts as a filter between the conscious mind and subconscious mind. It filters every information a person receives through the five senses and decides which information is useful and which it should reject. The subconscious mind has no such discrimination, it simply accepts as true all the information it receives through the critical factor.

So by bypassing the critical factor, one can effectively alter the inner belief system and improve one’s personality. Autosuggestion is one of the most effective methods to accomplish this.

Writing and typing are two methods that are capable of taking thoughts directly into the subconscious mind. While most written or typed information does pass through the critical factor, when a same sentence is repeated over and over, the conscious mind slowly loses its focus and begins to stray away. And that causes the critical factor of the cosncious to stop filtering information. Thus by typing positive autosuggestions repeatedly, the information goes directly into the subconscious mind and starts altering your belief system.

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