This article appeared on NaturalNews.com on March 28, 2016
The subconscious mind acts as a storehouse for all our past memories. Unpleasant memories that are held in the subconscious mind can cause us to believe that our daily struggle to survive is under threat. These memories are not within our accessible conscious awareness, yet many of these memories are active and replay over and over again in the subconscious mind.
The subconscious mind has a protective mechanism that can keep these memories suppressed so we don’t have to remember what was unpleasant for us. It is not the actual play out of the events that we fear, but our perception of these events and how they made us feel. If these subconscious fears caused us to question our ability to be loved and accepted, then also in our subconscious mind are fears of our ability to survive in this world.
We are born geared toward survival. As infants, we are completely dependent upon others to keep us alive. When we perceive, by the words or actions of our primary caretakers, that we are… click here to read this article