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True Story About How the 'Subconscious Mind' Drove a Man INSANE

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If you are not in harmony with the dominate thoughts that live in your subconscious mind, you are not in harmony with the law of attraction. The true story that follows, excerpted from the book titled: The Biology of Belief By Dr. Bruce Lipton, illustrates what I mean.
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The futility of battling with the subconscious is a hard message to get across because one of the programs most of us downloaded when we were young is that “will-power is admirable”. So we try over and over again to override the subconscious program.

Usually such efforts are met with varying degrees of resistance because the cells are obligated to adhere to the subconscious program. Tensions between conscious willpower and subconscious programs can result in serious neurological disorders.

For me, a powerful image of why we should not challenge the subconscious comes from the movie Shine. In the movie, based on a true story, Australian concert pianist David Helfgott defies his father by going off to London to study music.

Helfgott’s father, a survivor of the Holocaust, had programmed his son’s subconscious mind with the belief that the world was unsafe, that if he “stood out” it might be life threatening. His father insisted that his son would be safe only if he stayed close to his family. In spite of his father’s relentless programming, Helfgott knew that he was a world-class pianist who needed to break from his father to realise his dream.

In London, Helfgott played the notoriously difficult THIRD Piano Concerto of Rachmaninoff in a competition. The film shows the conflict between his conscious mind wanting success and his subconscious mind concerned that being visible, being internationally recognized, was life threatening. As he labours through the concerto, sweat pouring from his brow, Helfgott’s
conscious mind fights to stay in control while his subconscious mind, fearful of winning, tries to take control of his body.

Helfgott consciously forces himself to maintain control through the concerto until he plays the last note. He then passes out, overcome by the energy it took to battle his subconscious programming. For that “victory” over the subconscious, he pays a high price: when he comes to, he is insane.
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Creating a harmonious partnership between 
your conscious and subconscious mind

In order to attract what you want to yourself you have to get your subconscious mind to agree with what your conscious mind wants. The way you do that is by talking to yourself about what you want until you feel no conflict between your conscious and subconscious mind. (no conflicting feelings means your conscious and subconscious mind are in agreement)

Once you are ‘conflict free,’ your subconscious mind passes on your request to the ‘organizing intelligence of the universe.’ The moment that happens, the ‘law of attraction’ is activated in your favor and what you want begins the process of coming directly to you and/or insights are revealed to you that will guide you to what you want. In most cases it is a combination of the both. 

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