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Your mind is much more powerful than you think!
The brain can be thought of as a highly sophisticated programmable bio-computer. While people's brains are comparable, what really makes the difference is not the brain itself, but the intangible set of faculties - comprising various cognitive and non - cognitive aspects that act as a software that manages daily life - commonly known as "the mind".
Consciousness - which is the accessible part of the mind - governs rational thinking, intelligence, cognitive memory, judgment, and it coordinates thoughtful actions. The subconscious mind operates as an autopilot guided by instincts, habits, intuition and feelings. Although they work so differently, your consciousness and sub-consciousness work together to help you cope with the challenges of everyday life, survive, and thrive.
Everyone wants a better life. However, happiness, health and serenity are not the result of chance aimed at some lucky people and not others. These are long-term goals and aspirations that you can actively envision, pursue and achieve. By tapping into the vast resources of your subconscious mind, you can get what you want most out of life; by freeing yourself from your stress, your anxiety or your traumas, you can regain control of your fate and thus live a healthier, happier, more serene, and more confident life. Overall, you can significantly improve the quality of your life.
Although no one really wants to be unhappy, there are so many unhappy people everywhere. It seems that real life doesn't care about people's desires! Still, when misfortune strikes, people tend to believe that they could magically get rid of their unhappiness just by focusing their brain to wishing it away. While this trick sometimes seems to work, in most cases the feelings don't seem to yield easily to reason. The good news is that there are many ways to deal with unwanted feelings, and I hope my approach will meet your needs.
As long as a fulfilling and serene life spoils them, people tend to believe that their well-being is the natural result of their rational thoughts and sound decisions.