The Evolution of Consciousness
Civilization, as we know it, is in the process of making a monumental shift in human consciousness of which we are all playing a part, consciously and subconsciously. Every aspect of our lives, both personally and professionally, is being profoundly affected. Using PSYCH-K®, you can help to positively direct this change. PSYCH-K allows you to quickly and painlessly change subconscious beliefs that are limiting the full expression of your potential in life, as a spiritual being having a human experience.
This includes your mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being.
Conscious or subconscious beliefs can be conscious and/or subconscious. We are using the word conscious in its ordinary sense, as awareness of the environment. We are using the word subconscious, as awareness below the conscious level. Like a hard drive in a computer, this is where most of the belief-system ‘software’ is stored and, like a computer memory, the data are stored not in the central processing chip itself but, rather,in the energy field that surrounds and interpenetrates the chip. There is an analogous relationship with the brain and mind, respectively.
This software is largely responsible for our habitual thoughts and behaviors. Advances in neuroscience have provided important information about the subconscious mind.
That leaves a very small percentage of our decision-making capacity for the conscious mind to exercise. These subconscious beliefs create the perceptual filters through which we respond to life’s challenges. So, while we may be mostly unaware of their influence on us, our subconscious beliefs largely ‘direct’ our observable actions and behaviors. They form the basis for our actions and reactions to each new situation in our lives. Another important quality of the subconscious mind is its processing capacity.and deal with different kinds of problems.
As remarkable as it may seem, the conscious mind processes information at an approximate rate of 40 bits of information per second.
While the subconscious mind processes approximately 40 million bits of information per second. Ironically, most standard approaches to psychotherapy address only the 40-bit processor (i.e.the conscious mind). While the enormous power of the 40 million-bit processor, (i.e. the subconscious mind), is largely unused. What about the Whole-Brain State?
A great deal of research has been conducted for decades on what has come to be called ‘brain dominance theory’ (also known as split-brain research). The findings of this research indicate that in general, each hemisphere of the cerebral cortex tends to specialize in and preside over different functions, process different kinds of information, and deal with different kinds of problems.
It should be obvious from the qualities and characteristics described above that ideal brain functioning would be the ability to use both sides of the cerebral cortex simultaneously.
However, life experiences often trigger a dominance of one side over the other when responding to specific situations. The more emotionally charged the experience (usually traumatic), the more likely it will be stored for future reference, and the more likely we will automatically over-identify with only one hemisphere when faced with similar life experiences in future.
In conclusion, we suggest that this research demonstrates a significant connection between beliefs—especially at the subconscious level of the mind—the Whole-Brain State, and high-speed mindset change, as well as their relevant utility to Whole-Brain State,with the appropriate subconscious belief systems, in order to be optimally effective as a catalyst for change.