Stuck in our head with stress is limiting new possibilities

Postby Arne Pedersen » Thu Aug 12, 2021 6:58 pm

When we are intellectualizing and rationalizing we are only utilizing a small portion of our available mind power. The conscious mind only makes up approx. 5 - 10 % of our potential mind power and is responsible for logical linear thinking. This comes in really handy when we need to connect the dots to make sense of something, or to grasp the concept of arranging to meet someone tomorrow at this address at such and such time.

The subconscious mind cannot comprehend time or logical thinking, however it is our powerhouse of “outside the box” creative imaginative thinking, and runs approx 90 - 95% of our potential mind power.

So next time you are stuck on negative thinking or rigidly focused on a point because it is logical and makes sense, remember that you are limiting yourself to only a small percentage of your minds ability to understand what is happening and from that place cannot create the highest potentiality of a new outcome from connecting to the bigger picture!

Einsteins quote is relevant: “We cannot solve a problem from the same line of thinking that created it”. We need to step out of the box from where we are to create the changes we desire.

Trust the creative ability of your subconscious mind by letting your imagination take you to new and happier possibilities your logical thinking could never do alone. Combine imagination with logic and you will experience new levels of insight and possibilities never experienced before as you work with full right/left brain capacity!

I hope this article is useful to you!

Stay tuned for more self help articles each week.


As well, here is a 3:26 min youtube video I did on this topic: https://youtu.be/9NqQ4hezp4U

If it interests you there are a lot more Self-Help videos on my Youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrY_GQAjTaprjlQZKuNP-xQ
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