Our Subconscious Mind
90% of what we do comes from our subconscious programming. Man is a machine ruled by what lies deep in the dark corners of his subconscious. Mature people follow most beliefs and think they are true because they have been taught since childhood. Men treat women according to what they’ve learned from caretakers in childhood.
People eat following a pattern learned long ago. Etc. All this has been cemented in the subconscious of man, or woman. ‘It has been cemented’ means ‘it has been programmed’ into his mind. In his most powerful mind. In his subconscious mind.
He may recognize this programming or not. But he lives under the rule of this programming. The way he votes. The way he eats. The way he chooses relationships. The self-belief he carries, or lack thereof. It is all this in programming.
God & Devil
Man is both god and devil because the voices he obeys in his head make him either moral or immoral. He either blesses or curses himself by breathing life into these voices. But the voices he hears, which he may choose to call god (moral) or devil (immoral) are just his own making.
He creates these voices by building his own subconscious programming. If man, or woman, seeks to know himself then, he must be willing to look into himself, into the dark corners of his subconscious; and then, by means of new habits, change his programming accordingly.
Changing Your Programming
People keep busy all the time. If they’re not busy, they get bored easily and start overthinking. This doesn’t help. Try to seek the silence of your own mind, befriend it, learn to love it and don’t run away from it. Study the silence. Study deeply how you feel in this silence.
Observe and feel what you have gained from your past, what they have given to you, what you do in your life based on things from your childhood or youth. Does it make sense?? How is it helping you now?? Is it time to change your habits, including the way you think and feel??
I do this all the time. As a result, I have changed the way I eat and drink, the way I feel about myself, what I believe, what I consider truly important in my life, the way I treat women, etc. I am simply stating the truth here, that a mature person must study himself and leave his past programming; thus creating a new programming, a new way to approach himself and life.
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