How To Reprogram Your Subconscious Mind

How to Reprogram The Subconscious MindThis is my 1ooth post on this blog!

I was wondering if I should have a list of some of my best and most popular posts for this anniversary of my 100th post, but instead, I thought I’d write a very detailed article about changing your subconscious programming.

In last week’s post, I was talking about why we don’t always agree with our own actions.  Why our brain may tell us to do one thing but we end up doing something totally different. Why we may have all the qualities necessary to succeed, and yet we end up failing time and time again.

So Today I wanted to focus on the solution to this problem, but first, let’s go a little deeper than we did in the last post and understand more fully how this works.

Mind – Body – Results

This is a very simple concept, yet very few people understand it.  When people don’t understand this equation they tend to see only the third part of this equation which is their results.  If only they went to the source they would be able to change the results.

So let’s dissect each part of this mechanism, and see how it all works very clearly.

What is the Mind?

The mind is the part of the human being that you cannot see, touch or hear, yet the mind is the most important part of the human being. As a matter of fact, the mind makes the human being. Without the mind there is nothing.

The mind includes both our conscious and subconscious, but also our thoughts, our intuitions, our desires, our fears, and all type of emotions.  All of these are included in the mind.  The mind is what keeps the machine (the body) alive and moving.  Without the mind, we don’t even exist.

What is the Body?

The body is a multitude of molecules that vibrate at a certain rate and keep everything together.  The body is the vehicle that the mind uses to experience things.

We are not a body with a mind, we are a mind with a body. It’s the mind that controls the body.  We are spiritual beings that can experience physical things through this vessel called the body.

The body moves where the mind tells it to.

What are Results?

Results are expressions of the mind given through the body.  We experience results dictated by our subconscious mind, our thoughts, our fears, our desires, and many other sub-factors that are within the mind. Mostly the subconscious part of the mind.

Results are just that, results.  The cause of such results is the mind both conscious and subconscious.

But how is our mind shaped?

Paradigm and Subconscious

Now if you look at the literal definition of the word paradigm this is what it says: A typical example or pattern of something; a model.

Our paradigm is the pattern or model that we are made of.

Why do you speak the language you speak? It’s in your paradigm and it’s due to living around people speaking that language.

Why do you like the food you like? Most likely because you grew up around people making and eating this type of food.  It’s in your paradigm.

Did you grow up in a loud family? Chances are you are probably loud too. It’s in your paradigm.

Whatever you grew up with and around became part of your paradigm whether you liked it or not.

But looking at it closely, how was this paradigm created?  By simple repetitions.  Every day, every week, every month and every year, year after year.

This is how your paradigm became part of your subconscious.

This is why you can never forget your mother tongue, no matter what you may do, where you may live and how long. Because that language that you learned as an infant and a toddler is now part of your subconscious mind.

For example, even though I’ve been living in the US for 20 years and may spend weeks without speaking French, I still dream in French at times.  Even if you’d put me under a rock for years I could still start a conversation in French with less effort than I would in English.  This is why if I’m mad at another driver while driving alone in my car I may express it in French.  The French language is part of my paradigm and part of my programming.

Whatever language you grew up speaking is in your paradigm – it’s in your subconscious.

I’m using languages as an example of how deep is our paradigm, but it’s not only the case for your mother tongue, it’s also about everything else in the environment you grew up in.

So this may bring about the question…

Is There such Thing as Genetic Predispositions?

I decided to add this paragraph because someone was actually asking me the question last week.  Are we born with pre-programming?  Is part of us dictated by our genes?

Well, just like we may have physical features and resemblance to our parents or siblings, as well as some character traits, we may also have some predispositions as well, but that doesn’t prevent us in any way,  to change that.

You may have inherited a long unattractive nose form one of your parents, but you can surgically change the shape of that nose, don’t you?  Yes, it will take extra efforts and the skills of a surgeon – a specific procedure –  but as we all know that is possible, isn’t it?

Well, it’s also possible to change any genetic behavior you may have.

But how?

Changing your Paradigm will Change your Results

Changing Paradigm = Changing Results

Have you ever used the expression “I changed my mind?”

When we used this expression is to express the fact that we will do something different than we had originally thought of.  Thus the expression. We change our mind into doing something different.  If you didn’t “change our mind”, there would be no different action – no different result.

What do we use to change our mind?  Well, we use our conscious mind.  We make a conscious decision to do so.

But when was the last time you’ve made the decision to change your mind about the big things – the ones that are in that paradigm of yours?

Do you go there sometimes and try to look and find what does and what doesn’t serve you?  You know a bit like we do when we do spring cleaning at home.  We throw away what doesn’t serve us anymore, and we keep what does.  Have you ever done that with your mind?

I started doing this in a very big way about 8 years ago.  One by one I started getting rid of very heavy baggage that I was carrying around for so long.  I changed my paradigm in so many ways, all the way to some pretty deep beliefs that I had.   If you had known me only a decade ago, I was a totally different person in many ways.

You can truly remove beliefs from your mind, and replace them with new ones.  You can change your mind about absolutely everything and anything.

In some extreme cases, we hear that sometimes even with people who have been dangerous murders, have learned to totally change their mind over.  Their whole paradigm changed.  Their body is still locked up for life, but their mind is no longer the same, so they become kind rather than evil.

Conscious Decision – Conscious Awareness

Whatever you want to accomplish in life starts with a conscious decision and awareness.  There is nothing happening at all without these two factors.  As a matter of fact, this is so true that things in life may just totally pass you by just because you are not aware of them.  

For example, do you know what is the real difference between you and a psychic?

The awareness.

Yes, there is a part of special abilities, skills, and practice, but it all starts with the awareness of certain things that you are not aware of.  You simply can’t master something you’re not even aware of.

In order to change your subconscious programming, you need to start becoming aware.

Start practicing in your mind’s eyes that you are simply floating above yourself, and observe what you’re doing.  From testimonials of people who have clinically died, it’s the first thing they experienced, they floated about their body and could see it.

You see, your mind is way bigger than your body and it can do that, not only when it’s dead, but while it’s alive too.  What is your body doing right now that’s not serving you?  What could you be doing differently? In what direction could you bring your body to change your results?  Where could you redirect your body to change your state of mind?

Use your Conscious Mind and Body to Reprogram your Subconscious Mind

You can use your conscious mind and your body to reprogram your subconscious mind and transform your paradigm.

For example, walking and dancing are body movements that you can use to consciously reshape your thoughts and mood. In turn, new thoughts will eventually help reprogram your subconscious mind.

The music you listen to, the programs and movies you watch, the books you read, the sermons you listen to, and your own self-talk are responsible for your subconscious programming.

What you put in your mouth affects your body, but what you put in your brain affect your minds both the conscious and the subconscious.  To stay healthy physically you watch your diet, to stay healthy mentally and reprogram your subconscious mind for success you need to watch for what goes through your brain.

For more information on the subconscious mind, you are welcome to contact me here.

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17 Comments

  • Margarita says:

    Hy, Sylviane,
    Congratulations for your 100th post. Quite an accomplishment! Wow.

    Before I start, I want to tell you, that when I am not happy on the road, I say stuff in Bulgarian. Absolutely correct!!

    About paradigms or perceptions. we are born as blank sheets of paper. Just pure God. Then for the first 7 years family, society, day care… start filling in the blanks. We do not have any say in it. But after we turn 7, we are kind of complete. Out belief system is build and we start perceiving the world through this “prism”.

    I believe that at a later age, as adults, if we are able to detach and see, we can change our DNA (even). Our cells receive information through our senses. And if we do not provide this information, the cells turn to the genetic pre-programming. This is a theory I read in “Biology of belief” by Dr. Bruce Lipton.

    Very deep and informative post. The conclusion is that the thins we cannot see create the things we see. Very sophisticated play of nature. 🙂

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Margarita,

      Ah I see that you agree with me on the language thing.

      Excellent comment and I can tell you’ve got all that understood. I’m a big fan of Dr. Bruce Lipton and his studies on the DNA. He says that the DNA is just a blue print, and that we can control even that. I love that concept.

      Frankly, I’m not the kind of person who think that I’ll get something just because my mother or father did, and I know that I’m right 🙂

      Thanks for coming and excellent input.

  • DeeAnn Rice says:

    Sylviane,

    I am going to try that this week and I will definitely be back next week to see what you say to do next. I am actually really good at detaching my mind from my body. If I can use it in a good way that would be great. I have PTSD very severely so I would love to try some of the things you are telling us and see if I can make some changes.

    Great post and love the way you instruct. It is so simple and understandable.

    Dee Ann

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Dee Ann,

      Yes, detachment is great for PTSD since this a totally a subconscious disorder so to speak.

      Hope this help and thank you for coming.

  • sherman smithTwitter: shermanksmith75 says:

    Hey Sylviane,

    I like these types of topics and I definitely agree with you. I like the spring cleaning analogy that you used. God knows I’ve changed my mind many of times.

    Like you said, 10 years ago you were a different person, and I was also. I was not into the majority of the things I am now, and I definitely done a lot of spring cleaning. I’ve added different activities as well as changed the way I think to serve me better.

    When you actually take a look at yourself, your body, and make those adjustments for the better, it really shows that you are growing, and you can actually feel the alignment with your higher self.

    Thanks Sylviane!
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    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Sherman,

      Congratulations on all those changes and being a new and better person. Keep up the good work. It’s not always easy to do for sure.

  • AdrienneTwitter: adriennesmith40 says:

    Congratulations Sylviane on your 100th post. Quite an accomplishment I know especially since you have three blogs. I so admire what you’re able to do.

    I have to tell you when I was reading about being young and we liking the same foods as our family I started chuckling. I definitely disagree with that one because I literally hated everything my Mom ever fed me and it took me years before I would ever try them again. As for the talking loud I wasn’t that way when I was younger and it really progressed in my early 20’s because my Mom has been hard of hearing for the past 30 years so if I didn’t talk loud, she didn’t hear me. lol…

    But I know you’re right and the more I’ve learned about this the more I understand. It wasn’t really until I was 50 years old that I even started understanding this let along start learning about it. Although I think I was an okay person before I totally get why a lot of the things happened to me in my life and that I brought them unconsciously upon myself. No blame game here girl.

    I still find this fascinating so thank you for sharing this and going into this much deeper because you explain things so that anyone can understand what you’re saying. I love that about you.

    Love love love this post Sylviane and I’ll do more sharing of it next week when everyone is back online after the holiday. I want them to read this one.

    ~Adrienne
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    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Adrienne,

      You’re so funny. Now, yes I get it that you may not have liked the food you had as a child due to circumstances, but for the most part, people tend to like the foods they grew up with.

      But I understand what you mean. There’re always things that come from our parents that we do not like at all, because we are our own person and we have a different thinking. And God knows it’s a good thing, isn’t it?

      I myself wish that I’ve known those thing before, so I would have avoided a lot of mistakes I made.

      Thank you so much for coming, Adrienne.

  • Neamat TawadrousTwitter: nkeriakos says:

    Hi Sylviane,

    Great Post. You really explain this stuff very well and in a very simple manner for all of us to grasp and understand.

    I am still work in progress with all these stuff as I am just recently exposed to it after reading about self development and from your teachings here about the subconscious and conscious minds and the law of attraction and I have been growing as I learn but still I am sure there are still deep things or as you called them here patterns that are rooted inside that needs some work from me. At least I am aware of it now.

    Thanks Sylviane for another great post! Have a great week ahead.

    Be Blessed,

    Neamat
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    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Neamat and sorry for being so late in my reply to you. Just been so extra busy 🙂

      Don’t worry, most people are still a work in progress. How many aren’t? I’m not sure anyone is 100% there yet, not even the best coaches, but that’s OK. That’s human nature.

      The more you are learning the clearer everything will get and the more you’ll get to know YOU and see how you are growing as time goes on.

      Thank you for coming, as always, and have a great one 🙂

  • Harleena SinghTwitter: harleenas says:

    Hi Sylviane,

    Congratulations on your 100th post – awesome indeed and it must be feeling so good 🙂

    Sorry for stopping by late this time – was just doing up some pending projects after returning from my holidays, though I’m glad am here now.

    I loved the way you explained things so well in this post, just like the others, but I think this one was a little special. The explanation about the mind, body, result and paradigm were awesome indeed and new to me for that matter as one doesn’t go into details of these terms unless we read about it.

    I think whatever is in our paradigm stays in our subconscious – it never really ends or dies, though yes, if we don’t do those things that often it lessens. That’s why when we drive a car after a few months, within a few seconds we remember everything about driving – the gear, clutch etc.

    Oh yes…everything IS in our minds and we can easily change ourselves to what we want and like. I’ve also seen people change in the split of a second because they make up their minds to do so – and any change for the positive is always good.

    I’ve also heard of the body floating above ourselves and I think some people experience it also when they are into deep meditation – that’s called the ‘Siddhi’ stage There are even yogic flyers who are able to lift their bodies as they become so light after meditating that it all comes with ease to them. And all of this happen when they are very much alive!

    Thanks for sharing. Have a nice week ahead 🙂
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    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Harleena,

      Don’t worry about being late as I am pretty late myself, being so busy on different projects too. How often I wish there were 2 of me 🙂

      I’m so glad you enjoyed and like the post as it can be a pretty heavy topic to talk about and being understood which is the point about a blog post – we want people understand what we’re talking about, right?

      Thank you for mentioning meditation which is the proof that our mind is so much stronger and powerful than our body which is more of a wonderful machine that serves us to live on this earth.

      Have a great week!

  • Carol LynnTwitter: carollynnrivera says:

    Well first of all, congratulations on your 100th post! That’s a pretty big deal (and a lot of writing!) I had actually been by a few days ago and meant to comment then I ended up getting distracted with a million things to do so this is a little bit belated. Anyway, good job!

    And of course you have 100 posts of awesomeness because you always share something unique. You were right about what you said at the beginning… this was one heck of a detailed post.

    The part that caught my attention the most was about the paradigm. It’s interesting that you used that word because it’s something my husband always says to me. He says I need to have “a paradigm shift” – in other words, change my mind!

    I have to tell you, this is also something I have worked on a lot in my life. You talked about how you grew up… well I grew up in a very conservative and traditional family. My paradigm was very much “do things THIS WAY because that’s THE RIGHT WAY”. It could be very narrow minded and limiting. So it took a lot of time and practice to break out of that habit and open up other paradigms. So these days all we have to say if one of us is getting stubborn is “paradigm shift!” and we know that means it’s time to think differently.

    I totally agree that those things you learn early in life never go away. You can work around them and change things but they are still there. Sometimes that’s good – like in the case of speaking French, you would not want to forget. Other times we have to be mindful of falling into old habits. Like refusing to see another point of view!

    I think we all have these things to work on and I appreciate that you’ve given everyone so much great information to get started. I can see where a coach would certainly help, especially for someone who is just starting out changing things. Being aware that you want to change is half the battle!
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    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Carol,

      Well, your husband is a smart guy 🙂

      Yes, what has been put in our head as children is pretty much there for good. Thankfully though, we can change our paradigm still, and change our mind over.

      For example, there’s a bunch beliefs and superstitions that I grew up around, but I got rid of them all. There are things that I was taught to believe that I don’t believe at all anymore, and so on and so forth. So with a little will and practice we certainly can make a difference.

      I know what you mean by growing up where things where like this and like that with very little room for other ideas, but still we can be thankful that it wasn’t as bad for our generation as it was for our parents’. But yes, I so know what you mean.

      You and your husband seem to be on the right track though, so you turn out OK 🙂

      Thanks for your visit and input.

  • Leon Edward says:

    very interesting article, post. I think I respect most the testimonial in the about section too.

    re detach concept, sounds feasible but sounds like one can’t simply do this
    definately the need for coaching

    just a thought,
    I’d like to see an affiliate program of yours for coacihing. If you had more testimonials, supporting of changes, then you can raise your fees too

    – Leon
    P.S.
    Have you supporting info on how brainwave entrainment can ‘re-program’ ones subconscious , even to detach oneself
    or a self hypnosis session?
    just thinking

  • Deepak says:

    very interesting article

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