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The Power of Your Subconscious Mind


"The reason man may become the master of his own destiny is because he has the power to influence his own subconscious mind." - Napoleon Hill

The power of your subconscious mind cannot be under estimated. Even though we do not fully understand how the subconscious works exactly, the power of it is undisputed.

It is important to understand that both negative and positive thoughts have an effect on your subconscious mind. By continually dwelling on what's wrong in our life, our subconscious is fed with negatives, and we become gloomy. Just by being aware of what we think, read, and listen to, we can make a positive change.

If you leave it, your subconscious mind will be like a garden that is unattended - the weeds will take over.

You DO have control over this awesome power. And the really cool thing is that there is no rocket science needed to develop it.

A practical method for feeding your subconscious mind with positive material is reading. Find an article, or book chapter about something that really strikes a chord with you - somthing that's really positive. Keep this this handy (bedsied drawer or on your desk), and read it regularly. You will be amazed at how easily you recall this material after only a short time. That is the power of your subconscious mind.

As Mr Hill advises us, we have "the power to influence his own subconscuious mind".

You have the choice. Use it wisely my friend. You can only benefit.

About the Author

Colin Dunbar is the creator and owner of eaziGOAL.com - the complete goal setting program: ebook, workbook and software. Author of Invest In Yourself, he also publishes the award-winning "eaziGOAL Times". Subscribe today.

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