This post is an excerpt from a Dr. Joe Dispenza interview about the best times for Meditation to Improve the Power of the Subconscious Mind.

When you go to bed at night you go from (brainwaves) Beta to Alpha to Theta to Delta and you slide down.

When we're in Theta we're in a hypnotic state and the door between the conscious mind and the subconscious mind is wide open.

What separates the conscious mind from the subconscious mind is the analytical mind, so as you suppress analytical facilities you can program anybody to do anything.

Then what really happens for most people, before they even reach for their cell phone - and by the way the statistics are 86% of the people in the western world first thing they do is they reach for the cell phone and they connect to everything that's known. So the device is reminding them of things that are known.

And every person, every object, everything, every place is mapped neurologically in our brain because we've experienced it and then we have an emotion associated with our co-worker with our boss with our ex with our whoever.

Now we start feeling the same way.

Now the environment is actually controlling the person's feelings and thoughts and anything that controls the way we feel, the way we think, we're victims to. So something's programming us to think and feel a certain way.

If the door between the conscious mind the subconscious mind is open why don't we program a new behavior?  Why don't we rehearse a different way of being with our children, with our spouse, in our Zoom meetings, when we're alone, when we're in traffic, is there a better way to evolve our experience?

So if you're truly in the game of evolution in the game, like one lifetime, one day, what am I working on today?

Can I respond different way to this person?
Can I think this way instead of that way?

Let me be conscious of my unconscious thoughts.
Let me not be in a habit. Let me stay away from certain emotions.
Let me practice feeling these emotions, see if I can maintain it.

Now you're in the game!

It actually happens even before the cell phone because what most people do is they wake up and the first thing they do is they think of their problems. They're thinking in the past. Then when they think about their problems and they feel unhappy, now their body's in the past.

The body is in the past because thoughts are the language of the brain and feelings are the language of the body and how we think and how we feel creates our state of being.

Here's the problem: if you can't think greater than how you feel and you believe that your thoughts have something to do with your destiny and you understand that feelings and emotions a record of the past, then you're thinking in the past and your life will stay the same.

95% of who we are is a set of memorized behaviors automatic emotional responses, unconscious habits, hardwired attitudes, beliefs and perceptions that are running pretty much like a computer program - they're automatic right?

So you can think positively all you want - you can say I'm healthy, I'm wealthy, I'm free, I'm worthy and your body's saying no you're not you're miserable right?

So it makes sense that there's got to be an unlearning process and we've got to stay conscious of our unconscious thoughts that slip by our awareness unnoticed.

We got to watch how we speak, we got to observe how we act, we got to we got to pay attention to the way we're feeling and we have to become so conscious of those unconscious states of mind and body that we don't go unconscious in our waking day because how you think how you act and how you feel is your personality and your personality creates your personal reality.

So if you're thinking the same way, you're acting the same way and you're feeling the same way nothing's, going to change your life.

Then the unlearning process is as valuable as the relearning process.

The breaking the habit of the old self has to happen before you reinvent a new self.

You could have a great meditation. You could open your heart, you'd be amazing,  you'll feel like a day is invincible and you get up and then the rest of your day you're unconscious of the 15 hours of your day.  So you're going to wait one hour of being in a different state of being against 15 hours of you being unhappy and rushing and in a program.

A person who starts doing their work, they're not interested in healing.

The person who's truly interested in this work understand that the only way they can heal is that they have to change.
They're not saying I'm going to wait for my wealth or my healing to happen in order for me to feel grateful and be joyful in life.

They're saying, I feel grateful, my healing is going to begin.

If I feel more whole then there should be some change in my gene expression. They've studied the content, they've studied the information and now it becomes extremely practical. They may have a great meditation. We've seen this happen to many people. They sleep better, they have less pain, they have more energy, but their blood values never change.

Now they don't say oh I feel better but I'm failing this doesn't work they say what is it about me that's stopping this from completely healing?

How am I in my waking day? the moment you begin to ask that question you turn on the frontal lobe and the frontal lobe is the seat of your conscience.

Now the moment you start looking at at the end of your day,
How'd I do today?
Did I fall from grace?

When did I lose it and who did I lose it with?

If I had another opportunity, how would I do it differently?

I've seen them stand on the stage and tell their story and say I had to start really watching myself in my life, how I was emotionally responding to my ex, how I was emotionally responding to my financial problems, I had to really, really pay attention and that takes an enormous amount of energy and an enormous amount of awareness to stop the program.

You forget and you go- damn I went unconsciously!

You didn't lose.

You didn't fail, he just became conscious.

If you keep becoming so conscious of your unconscious states, you're outside the program.  You're only in the program when you're unconscious. The moment you're conscious you can objectify your subjective self so you can see yourself through the eyes of someone else.

The learning process comes from the mistake. The brain learns by mistakes and surprises. I've made enough of them in my life it's just whether you're going to do it again.  Do it again you're back in the habit, back in the routine.

If you say this is it! the next time that happens I am not going to do that not for anybody else but because those emotions actually my response to that person or that circumstance is actually weakening the organism is that person that circumstance worth it?

In this video interview, Dr. Joe Dispenza speaks about the best time to reprogram the subconscious mind.

It's evolution. The challenge then has to be met with a greater level of mind.

So the familiar past conditioning is based on the past thought and feeling but habituation is the programming of them to a predictable future, that's the known.

If you teach a person how to find the present moment that's where the unknown exists and that takes a lot of energy and a lot of awareness and yet if you practice it the body literally will begin to respond to the mind. It's like training an animal. It finally relaxes and when that occurs your response to people and circumstances in your life will be different because you overcame yourself at the beginning of the day.

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