Unconscious Mind Quotes

Quotes tagged as "unconscious-mind" (showing 1-30 of 91)
Criss Jami
“When a man is penalized for honesty he learns to lie.”
Criss Jami, Salomé: In Every Inch In Every Mile

Criss Jami
“In an extroverted society, the difference between an introvert and an extrovert is that an introvert is often unconsciously deemed guilty until proven innocent.”
Criss Jami, Venus in Arms

Criss Jami
“Seemingly minor yet persistent things penetrate the mind over time making it difficult to ever realize the impact; hence, though quite unfortunate, the most dangerous forms of corruption are those that are subtle and below the radar.”
Criss Jami, Salomé: In Every Inch In Every Mile

“The unconscious mind always operates in the present tense, and when a memory is buried in the unconscious, the unconscious preserves it as an ongoing act of abuse in the present of the unconscious mind. The cost of repressing a memory is that the mind does not know the abuse ended.”
Renee Fredrickson, Repressed Memories: A Journey to Recovery from Sexual Abuse

Anthon St. Maarten
“A misleading perception or false belief is increasingly being perpetuated that the unconscious or the intuitive is all that really matters in any spiritual endeavor, and that the conscious, rational, logical, analytical mind is the mortal enemy of spiritual awareness and soul growth.”
Anthon St. Maarten, Divine Living: The Essential Guide To Your True Destiny

Amit Ray
“Life is beautiful. Suffering is due to unconscious following.”
Amit Ray, Beautify your Breath - Beautify your Life

M. Scott Peck
“The fact of the matter is that our unconscious is wiser than we are about everything.”
M. Scott Peck, The Road Less Traveled: A New Psychology of Love, Traditional Values and Spiritual Growth

“The term dissociation is ordinarily used to describe the phenomenon of compartmentalization or fragmentation of mental contents. It does not ascribe any particular mechanism by which the dissociative process occurs. Does dissociation occur as a result of automatic, nonconscious processes, or are there other specific mechanisms by which it occurs? Especially in the context of describing amnesia, the term repression is widely used in connection with several different mechanisms. As it is commonly used, it often implies how individuals may block our memories of uncomfortable or conflictual experiences. If done consciously, the mechanism is more accurately called suppression, which results from actively trying not to think about negative experiences.”
James A. Chu, Rebuilding Shattered Lives: Treating Complex PTSD and Dissociative Disorders

“They say that the personal transformation that gives rise to self-realization – the transcendent function that leads to the highest echelon of human attainment – takes place on the border between consciousness and unconsciousness, and that when we dream we dissolve the boundary between consciousness and unconsciousness. In other words, we dream a world into being, and we are the collective product of our lifetime of immanent dreams. If the oracles are correct, I dreamed you into being, and you represent the real point of intersection between dream and reality.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

“Bunnu was no amateur when it came to escape. And even in his drowsiest moments, he understood implicitly that to forget his circumstances, even for a short while, meant first to forget himself. Who he was and why he was—to strip it all bare and start from scratch, as it were. In his nearly 250 years of life and, now, as an old emaciated man completely estranged from his family and closest friends—albeit more by circumstance than by choice—he understood the importance of this process and revered it, for there were far greater things to be done and achieved in the dark, uncertain areas of existence than in those circumscribed—and thereby strained—by comprehensibility.”
Ashim Shanker, Only the Deplorable

Stephen Richards
“Allowing a negative sentence in your head to end itself forms the very nucleus of negative thoughtforms!”
Stephen Richards, NAPS: Discover The Power Of Night Audio Programs

Stephen Richards
“If you can learn to be more trusting you will find how easier it is to go on to manifest successfully.”
Stephen Richards, NAPS: Discover The Power Of Night Audio Programs

Stephen Richards
“If you could look back at a notation of all the things that you thought or felt on a subject you could in all probability spot what thoughts and feelings created the results that you are experiencing right now.”
Stephen Richards, NAPS: Discover The Power Of Night Audio Programs

Stephen Richards
“Because sure enough, the more you try to eradicate those limiting thoughts from bouncing around in your head, those negative thoughts are going to be bouncing around in your head more and more!”
Stephen Richards, NAPS: Discover The Power Of Night Audio Programs

Stephen Richards
“It is what we employ from the subconscious mind that is the most productive for manifesting!”
Stephen Richards, NAPS: Discover The Power Of Night Audio Programs

Stephen Richards
“With regards any type of manifesting, when you are inspired or not inspired, you created it!”
Stephen Richards, NAPS: Discover The Power Of Night Audio Programs

Stephen Richards
“Most people fail in the process of manifesting money or the things they truly desire when they rush to take action without aligning themselves to whatever it is they desire.”
Stephen Richards, NAPS: Discover The Power Of Night Audio Programs

Stephen Richards
“Conscious thinking is something we do naturally, and any type of manifesting from this part of the mind shows up in all facets of our lives if we realize it or not.”
Stephen Richards, NAPS: Discover The Power Of Night Audio Programs

Stephen Richards
“Subconscious thought is what we bring into play when true manifesting is practiced.”
Stephen Richards, NAPS: Discover The Power Of Night Audio Programs

Stephen Richards
“If a painter started out with a canvas and a brush and changed his/her mind every fifteen minutes, what result could he/she expect? So why should we expect any different a result in molding the greatest of all substances – thoughtform?”
Stephen Richards, NAPS: Discover The Power Of Night Audio Programs

“İf you identify yourself (your Self) with your feeling, perception, mental image of your body, consciousness (subjective awareness), in short, what is going inside your brain, it would mean that your self doesn’t exist, because it cannot control none of them. All of them are automatically controlled by your brain but not by your self. None of them are permanent, all are mutable. You cannot determine what to feel or how to perceive, your brain automatically does it for you, you cannot stop the change of your body image because of aging and you cannot control which part of information should be on conscious, which should be on unconscious level of your mind, considering that more than 90% of all information is hidden from your conscious mind and you are simply not aware what is going inside your brain. That is why it is said that you are merely a bio-social robot without any self being capable of taking control of anything in your life. Your self can control almost nothing.”
Elmar Hussein

Stephen Richards
“Avoid Law of Attraction counterfeits. Build solid foundations for your consciousness and your subconscious will soon play ball with you.”
Stephen Richards, NAPS: Discover The Power Of Night Audio Programs

Stan Beecham
“Elite competitors manage their unconscious minds by mastering their conscious thoughts.”
Stan Beecham

“The conscious mind and the unconscious mind jointly govern human beings’ desires, thoughts, and behavior, which unified totally in a singular human body houses what we term the self. The conscious mind frequently assist facilitate the agenda of the unconscious mind. Incompatible cravings of the conscious and unconscious mind generate tension and emotional turmoil, which can manifest itself in erratic behavior that produces self-doubt and self-questioning. One of the main conundrums of human beings is that the unconscious mind, which guides important aspects of human behavior and motivation, is virtually unknowable. The power of conscious thought – the ability to rationalize – misleads us into thinking we are primary logical entities, when we live most of our lives by unconsciously scanning external stimuli and reacting to events in real time without conscious reflection.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

“Our conscious self is what we admit to being. Our unconscious shadow is the part of us that we attempt to suppress, the part of us that our family, friends, employers, coworkers, associates, clients, neighbors, and society tells us to discard. Our shadow emerges from the unspeakable things that we discover about the world and ourselves. Both the magnificent as well as the bizarre residue of prior experiences lies buried and unconfessed in the fissures of our unconscious mind. The less a person’s shadow is embodied in a person’s conscious life, the blacker and denser it is.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

“All of us share conscious recognition of our individual self. Each of us is more than a product of our conscious thoughts. The dictation of our unconscious mind also affects our behavior. The unconsciousness cogitates upon problems that are too harsh to submit to conscious resolution. The unconscious mind frequently directs us to take action that a rational, conscious mind would eschew. Resembling a two-sided coin, both our conscious and unconscious minds contribute to our thought processes. Collaborative thoughts lead to action, and repeated actions result in the development of behavior patterns, and ingrained behavior patterns lead to a sense of identity.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

“A person can only see their shadow if they awaken their eclectic soul. Self-understanding commences by admitting to the shadowy presence of the primordial unconsciousness. The unconscious mind is a magical concoction of logical and irrational thoughts and feelings.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

“Human life is inherently dualistic. It consists of or is explicable as two fundamental entities, including rivalries between subject and object, mind and matter, and conflict between the benevolent and the malevolent forces. Opposition in the universe creates a dynamic living universe composed of good and evil, body and soul. Human thoughts and feelings are the communal products of the conscious and unconscious mind’s interpretation of a constant flow of coded and symbolic dialogue.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

Stephen Richards
“The great fact is that the source of all you desire comes from within! The answers to these needs will be found within you.”
Stephen Richards, NAPS: Discover The Power Of Night Audio Programs

Karen     Brown
“Take your goals seriously, but take yourself lightly.”
Karen Brown, Unlimiting Your Beliefs: 7 Keys to Greater Success in Your Personal and Professional Life; Told Through My Journey to the Toughest Race in the World

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