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Francis Evans
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Many people want to make changes in their life path, want to tap into their greater potential and bring their passions into manifest reality. This blog insights and practical guidance.

February 2011 Posts


  Exploring Consciousness with Francis Evans
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Power Napping for Prosperity

Tuesday, February 8th 2011 @ 5:34 PM    post viewed 1874 times

Lots of people are looking for keys to aligning themselves to prosperity, with variable degrees of success.

The variation is entirely due to the fact that the unconscious mind controls 95% of your behaviour and results. When I say unconscious I want to define this term so as to distinguish between the unconscious and the subconscious.

The subconscious mind contains those aspects which you have turned your conscious mind away from. They are readily accessed if you focus on them, such as what you did yesterday, or had for breakfast this morning.

Your unconscious contains elements that you are no-longer consciously aware of even though they are directing your life.

Decisions you made as a child that make you wary of strangers, or ideas about getting punished for wanting something. We even hold onto deeply held ideas that wealth is somehow dirty or unwholesome. Is it any wonder that we attract experiences that ratify our deeply held beliefs.

Of course there are many techniques that claim to eliminate such beliefs. No doubt some do, but the proof is in the result. If it didn’t work, it didn’t work.

The reality is that no matter how many positive affirmations a person does, the result is dependent on the content of the unconscious mind. You simply can’t get to the unconscious through the conscious mind. Not only that but the unconscious mind is doing its best to protect you from its own perception of the external environment even if that perception is years out of date.

Power Napping is one way to open the unconscious to a new perception of experience. It puts you into an ideal situation to lower stress levels and disassemble the fight or flight response. When that response is deactivated you become open and responsive to new input, content and context.

Putting yourself into the optimal state to reassess and reprogramme your unconscious beliefs. The first step is to learn a sure-fire way to access the power-nap state and maintain it.