Ten Principles of Subconscious Programming

  1. The human brain is a physiological organ which, through a specific electrochemical process, collects, processes, stores, and acts on information it receives.
  2. Information presented to the subconscious mind triggers both a physiological response and psychological response.
  3. Any information presented to the subconscious mind is always linked to, and affected by, previously stored information.
  4. The subconscious mind is a neutral mechanism which responds to information without subjective regard for its action.
  5. The subconscious mind holds no beliefs or biases other than those which it receives as a result of its programming.
  6. When faced with two or more programs that are in conflict with each other, the subconscious will attempt to act on the program which is strongest.
  7. The strength of the program is influenced by the number of times the same or similar information is presented.
  8. The strength of the program is influenced by the perceived importance of the program source.
  9. The strength of the program is influenced by the amount of emotion associated with the program.
  10. The subconscious mind will, at all times, attempt to act on its dominate operative program.
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