How To Get Answers From Your Subconscious Mind
You’ve heard the saying, “The mind is powerful.” It’s true! Our minds are capable of so much more than we realize. Our subconscious constantly works to help us solve problems and make decisions, but sometimes our conscious minds don’t have enough information to piece together the correct answer.
In those cases, it makes sense that we might need help from somewhere else: our subconscious mind.
- 1 How To Get Answers From Your Subconscious Mind
- 1.1 Acknowledge your intuitive thoughts
- 1.2 Pay attention to your dreams and visions
- 1.3 Develop an intuition about people and animals
- 1.4 Don’t discount your imaginary friends
- 1.5 Use meditation to create a bridge between the conscious and subconscious
- 1.6 Create artwork that expresses your dark side
- 1.7 Talk to yourself every night before bed
- 1.8 Undergo hypnotic regression
- 1.9 Different ways to access information in your subconscious mind
- 1.10 Conclusion
Acknowledge your intuitive thoughts
It’s essential to recognize that intuitive thoughts are not always right, but they are often worth considering. And if you’re feeling confused or uncertain about a particular situation, try writing down your feelings on paper. This can help you clarify what it is that’s bothering you and provide an outlet for your subconscious mind to work through these issues before coming up with answers.
If something doesn’t feel right at the moment, then trust yourself enough not to do it! If someone asks for advice and it doesn’t seem like the right fit for them, don’t push them towards taking action just because they asked for advice in the first place. That person may have been seeking guidance from anyone who would listen (even strangers), but perhaps not specifically from you—and if so, there could be other people out there who could give better feedback than yours!
Remember: Just because someone asks something doesn’t mean they need or want an answer; sometimes, people want validation from others. So when someone asks, “How do I know whom I should trust?” instead, ask questions like “What makes them trustworthy?” or “Is this person trustworthy?”.
Pay attention to your dreams and visions
Dreams are a direct line to your subconscious mind, which often contains messages from your Higher Self. Dreams can also be literal premonitions of things that will happen in the future—so pay attention! When you have a dream or vision, please write it down as soon as possible, so you don’t forget any details.
Also, note how you feel when you have these experiences; this could help indicate their meaning and why they’re essential (if they are). If you have a dream or vision about someone, pay attention to how you feel about them. If you have a negative experience with them, this can indicate their true nature; but if you have positive dreams and experiences, it may mean that they’re trustworthy.
Listen to the black pages
In dreams, it’s common to see the black pages of a book. This could mean two things: either you’re too afraid to read what is on the page, or there isn’t anything written there yet. If you have this dream, pay attention to how you feel; if it makes you anxious or worried, then perhaps this means that some parts of your life need more attention and thought.
If no words appear on the page when you open it up and look inside, this could indicate that there’s still plenty of time for things to happen in your future—so don’t worry!
Develop an intuition about people and animals
With this exercise, you’ll want to start with a person you already have a rapport. It could be someone who has been a friend for years or an acquaintance you know well enough but haven’t spoken to in a while. When they come over and ask how you are doing, look into their eyes and see if something is behind what they are saying. Ask yourself: why are they here right now? What do they want from me?
You should not be afraid of asking these questions—don’t worry about offending the other person by being too direct! If someone comes up to speak with us and our subconscious minds perceive that there might be an ulterior motive (for example, if we think the person only wants information from us), then our intuition will tell us so by making us feel uncomfortable when around them.
If this exercise works out well enough with one person, try using it on another individual who seems like they could have bad intentions or aren’t trustworthy; then try engaging in conversation with them as well—maybe even invite them over for dinner! You’ll learn more about yourself through these interactions than any book can teach me.”
Don’t discount your imaginary friends
You may have heard that your subconscious mind is the voice inside of you that knows everything. It’s been there since birth and can answer any question, but only if you ask the right way. The first step to getting answers from your subconscious mind is not being afraid of it or yourself.
Just because something’s imaginary doesn’t mean it isn’t authentic or substantial—your imagination is powerful and can help change your life in beneficial ways! Remember: Don’t discount imaginary friends!
You may also be worried about how other people will react if they learn about those dreams (or even just one dream) where someone else talks back through a mirror at night with glowing red eyes and a mouth full of sharp teeth (I’ve had this dream before). But remember: Don’t be afraid of asking questions of yourself!
Just because this other person might not want people to know about them doesn’t mean we should stop talking out of fear; instead, keep communicating through whatever medium works best for both parties involved—and what better way than using our brains?
Use meditation to create a bridge between the conscious and subconscious
Now that you understand the difference between your conscious and subconscious mind and how to access each one, let’s look at how to use meditation to bridge the gap between the two.
Meditation reaches your subconscious mind by clearing distractions through breathing exercises and other techniques. There are many different types of meditation, from sitting still for an hour and focusing on breathing to chanting mantras for a few minutes daily. If you want quick results with little effort, then try this simple step-by-step guide:
1. Find a quiet place where you won’t be disturbed
2. Sit in a comfortable position with your back straight, head up, and eyes closed
3. Take deep breaths in and out through your nose for about 30 seconds before starting meditation proper
4. Focus on how it feels to breathe in and out of your nose 6. If you notice thoughts coming into your mind, then let them go
7. Repeat steps 4 to 6 until you feel relaxed
8. Stay sitting for a few minutes before getting up
Create artwork that expresses your dark side
There’s a lot of darkness in our subconscious mind. We all have these dark thoughts, but we don’t always like to talk about them. And it’s not just negative feelings that we can find lurking in the depths of our minds–we also have positive feelings on a subconscious level.
For example, you might feel stuck in your job or relationship and would love to quit but never act on it because of fear, uncertainty, or doubt. Or maybe there’s a more specific problem that’s been bothering you for weeks or months, but whenever you think about it, another thought distracts you from solving this issue (and this pattern goes on and on).
Whatever the case may be—the point is: Your subconscious mind holds answers to questions seemingly unrelated or unconnected with whatever issue is bothering or worrying you—but those answers are there nonetheless! You need a way to access them…
Talk to yourself every night before bed
In a stream-of-consciousness style, without any specific questions in mind. Just talk to yourself like you would talk to a friend or mentor, sharing the details of your day.
You might think of this as a journaling exercise, except that the goal here is not to write down your thoughts and feelings. Instead, you’ll be talking to yourself—in a stream-of-consciousness style. Without any specific questions, talk about what happened during your day and what thoughts or feelings came up for you.
Think of it as having imaginary conversations with people who have influenced you: your mentor or teacher, a friend or family member who knows you well and loves you unconditionally, someone who taught you something new (in real life or through literature), even fictional characters from books or movies that have changed your perspective on life.
What’s important is that this process helps us act like an open book for our subconscious minds; when we do so, we permit them to reveal themselves more clearly than ever before—and the rewards are incredible!
Undergo hypnotic regression
Hypnotic regression is a technique to access information in your subconscious mind that you cannot recall consciously. In this state, accessing past lives, lost memories, and other information that may be out of reach otherwise is possible. Hypnotic regression can help with everything from recalling forgotten information from the past to uncovering insights about your life path or career direction.
Hypnotic regression is not complex—anyone can do it with basic knowledge of hypnosis (which you do!). There are many different ways of experiencing this state of consciousness; however, I suggest trying one before moving on to others if you’re unsure which method works best for you.
Different ways to access information in your subconscious mind
There are many different ways you can access information in your subconscious mind. You can ask questions about any topic and get answers from the universal mind. The best way to do this is by asking for an answer already stored in your subconscious.
To do this, ask a question with a word that has several meanings but only one definition that applies to the answer you’re looking for (for example: “What does this mean?”). This will help your subconscious mind find an answer more quickly than if you only asked a straightforward question such as “What is it?”.
When accessing information, try not to use words like “define” or “explain.” Instead, try saying something like: “How would I explain this?” or “I want definitions.” That way, there will be less room for confusion between these two sentences because they both contain similar-sounding words that could lead people astray when trying new methods of accessing information through their subconscious minds!
We hope we’ve helped you understand how to use these methods to get answers from your subconscious mind. You must trust in the process and be patient with yourself. You might not get the answers immediately, but try not to give up!
You may even want to do some research before starting any of these techniques, so they feel comfortable for you—after all, the point is finding what works best for each person. We wish you luck in your quest for deeper understanding and peace of mind!