The role of the subconscious mind in our intuitive intelligence
“Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.”
A decade ago I was in a wonderful new relationship with the man of my dreams. We had a lot of fun together. He was intelligent, kind and wise. We were both studying for our doctorates and we had a bright future ahead of us. Yet, within a year the wheels were falling off. I felt like something was off. I remember picking up the phone to end it just as I was getting dressed for my graduation ceremony. It seemed so urgent that I not contaminate this new part of my life with the relationship I wanted to end so suddenly. It felt like a strong intuitive hit. I had to take swift and permanent action. I was sad but confident that my intuition had protected me from bigger heartbreak later.
What I was in fact doing was sabotaging the best relationship of my life.
Ten years on, now married to the man I thought I should leave, I can see exactly what happened. I was getting everything I needed. I was feeling stable and balanced. I was feeling loved.
Dr Bruce Lipton, amongst others, tells us that 95-99% of our decision-making happens at the level of our subconscious mind. Somewhere in the back catalogue of experiences stored in my subconscious, love equalled vulnerability. This in turn made me believe I was in danger. Perhaps it was my parent’s messy divorce. Or the catastrophe that was my first big relationship. It doesn’t matter.
What matters is that what I thought was my intuition was actually my subconscious fear. I’m not suggesting that every relationship I’ve ever left was in fact actually great. But I was very interested in how to work out the difference. Because when I did, I reclaimed my incredible intuitive power from the bad wrap I so often gave it.
It’s time for you to evolve your subconscious mind so that you are truly creating from an awakened state. Let me show you how…