The subconscious can heal the body, just as easily as the conscious mind can. When the body is in pain, it is not because the conscious mind has alerted the body that something is wrong. Pain comes from various sources. Some people call it a "fight or flight" response, but the root cause of most pain and suffering is simply a lack of harmony within the body and mind.
Our bodies are like a ship. In order for us to function properly, we have to maintain a certain harmony in our thoughts, emotions, feelings, and body. When we are ill, we feel symptoms almost instantaneously. The body reacts to what it believes is a threat. If we respond to those symptoms with more emotion, more medication, or more surgery than is necessary, we may heal the body, but we are not healing the illness.
We have to heal the illness, whether it is an injury to a cold, an infection, or even something seemingly incurable like Alzheimer's disease, before we can fully function in our society. The subconscious has imprinted memories of events that affect our health, and we live very busy lives. The pain is very real for some people and very rare for others. For this reason, the mind has a tendency to hold two sets of ideas: one that are factual, and one that is purely emotional.
This is why it is so important for the subconscious to communicate with the conscious mind. If we fail to communicate with the subconscious, or vice versa, our bodies will not be able to heal on their own. For instance, if we cut our hand and start to bleed, the blood starts rushing to the brain. If we do not get immediate medical attention, the brain will interpret the cut as a life threatening situation and send signals to the body to respond with pain. If we ignore the pain signal sent to the body, the brain might think that the wound will heal itself and the thoughts associated with it will no longer be available to the body.
However, since the subconscious is communicating with the conscious mind, it is up to us to either listen to the mind and heal ourselves, or do nothing and allow the wound to heal itself. It's up to us to control the messages that are being sent to the healing part of the brain or we will be more likely to fail in healing ourselves. For example, if we ignore the pain signal and cut our hand, the conscious part of the brain will think we are not paying attention, will ignore the signal, and thus, will send the healing message to the brain's part of the body to heal the cut. This is why it is important to control our thoughts, messages, and the things that we send to the healing part of our mind and heal our body.
The subconscious is very powerful and we need to pay attention to how it functions. The subconscious can heal the body, but only if we allow it to. To heal the mind, we need to focus on positive and constructive thoughts, and also learn to relax so that our body can relax and heal itself. We need to focus on positive thoughts and the subconscious healing it by producing the healing energy needed in order to heal the body.
The subconscious can heal the body by connecting the conscious mind to the subconscious healing it. The process requires three basic steps and they are: connecting the conscious mind to the subconscious, connecting the subconscious to the conscious mind, and healing the body. All of these steps are necessary in order to truly heal the mind.
As you can see, the subconscious can heal the body by connecting the conscious mind to the subconscious in order to heal the body. What is even more interesting is that healing the mind with the use of the subconscious takes time. The healing process does not happen overnight and it does not happen without any effort. However, you will find that with consistent effort you will be able to heal yourself. You will be amazed at the results that you will get from healing your mind with the help of the subconscious.
Oren Zarif - Psychokinesis