Jonathan Chase answers questions on Quora
Q: Do you think one of the things stopping people from being better, is being unaware of their subconscious, and if so why?
A: You are very Aware of your subconscious process, at least of the results of it. And you can understand that process better and use it.
I prefer to use the words Brain and Mind when thinking of the two major thinking and responding processes.
Although I also like the terms Imagination and Intellect which Emile Coué used in his 1921 book ‘Self-Mastery Through Conscious Autosuggestion’.
With the emotional maturity of a pre-pubescent person – roughly 9 to ten years old, it’s best to think of the Subconscious as something to deliberately, [consciously] collaborate with, rather than control.
Of course that isn’t actually what’s happening, not neurologically anyway. But it’s a good model to use and seems to work best in real world situations.
Jonathan Chase – Hypnotist
Your subconscious is wired to respond
You can, using psychometrics, get a handle on how your subconscious is wired to respond, and then predict to a degree likely behaviours and tendencies, what we call Talents.
Check out Jonathan’s latest book Subconscious Skills Success
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