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Healing the Body and Mind - Understanding the Role of the Subconscious - Oren Zarif

Healing the Body and Mind - Understanding the Role of the Subconscious - Oren Zarif
Healing the Body and Mind - Understanding the Role of the Subconscious - Oren Zarif

The subconscious is a very powerful part of our lives. It controls all the major functions of our bodies and mind. However it can also be the cause of many illnesses, depending on its influence and state. We have been learning more about this, since the field of hypnosis has gained in popularity over the past years. The most common illnesses that are related to the subconscious include ADD/ADHD, Cancer, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Co-agnetic Affinity (one of the causes for migraine headaches), and other psychological conditions.

In fact, a good number of illnesses and ailments have been linked with the subconscious. One of these is known as the Co-itudinal Forcefield or CPU. The CPU is also called the Akashic Record by many cultures. It works along with the subconscious and conscious minds to affect physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual state in all individuals. This is why some people call the subconscious the "power of the blood" and others believe it to be the "life force."

In order to understand how the subconscious can heal the body, you must first understand how the subconscious actually works. Our mind controls the functioning of almost everything in our body. For example, the level of oxygen we take in plays an important role in how we recover after a physical injury. When the brain decides to consume more oxygen than the body requires, it will start producing chemicals such as adrenaline, which is necessary for our survival.

However, when the brain and the subconscious do not communicate with each other properly, our body tends to act against our wills. This is often due to stressful life events. Stress causes the body to produce chemicals such as cortisol, which is responsible for making us feel tense, depressed, and full of anxiety. As well, the body may trigger emotions such as fear and anger which usually lead to more production of these chemicals. When the body has no way of removing these negative emotions from our systems, the effects can manifest in many ways such as increased tension in the muscles, tiredness, and headaches.

It's only when the body receives healing from the subconscious that it can finally overcome these negative emotions and regain its strength. You have probably noticed that most successful people can sometimes perform seemingly effortless tasks without even being aware of it. This is because the subconscious is the source of their power. It is through this healing process that their minds and bodies have learned how to relax, concentrate, and conquer fear and negative emotions.

This healing can also be achieved in our daily lives. We can use the subconscious to increase the amount of happiness in our lives and improve the quality of our relationships. By connecting with the subconscious, we are able to change the way our bodies and minds respond to stress and to improve our emotions. When we are able to focus on positive thoughts, we no longer feel the need to reach for stimulants like caffeine and cigarettes, or fight stressful situations. Instead, we are able to simply enjoy the moment and breathe deeply.

This is just one of the ways in which healing the mind and body can occur. Through hypnosis, we can learn how to relax our minds so that they can become more accepting of changes in life. By releasing unwanted emotions like anger, fear, sadness, and shame, we gain a greater ability to focus more attention and energy on the positive aspects of every day life. Through the help of a trained therapist, you can receive thorough healing of all the emotions and physical symptoms related to chronic illness or emotional trauma.

While the subconscious mind can heal the body by changing the beliefs that limit us, it is also important to remember that this is not an "immediate solution" for the problem. To get the most out of any healing process, it takes work, patience, and encouragement. The more we learn about ourselves, our physical bodies, and our emotions, the more we can be mindful of how our actions impact the people around us. When we practice accepting and loving compassion, we set a powerful framework for the relationship we have with the rest of ourselves and the world.

Oren Zarif - Psychokinesis

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