Many people wonder how the subconscious can heal the body and live a healthy life. A lot of the confusion has to do with Western medicine and the way it perceives health and disease. Most of us accept the premise that "if something is bad, then we must do everything we can to get rid of it," which can be fine as long as we don't get stuck thinking that all of our pain and ailments are due to something we are not controlling or influencing. But western medical science is starting to recognize that something can be both originating from within and also emanating from without, such as stress. This is one of the great mysteries of modern science. However, most of what we know about the mind and its power has to do with how it can heal the body.
The mind can and does have the power to heal the body. The scientific basis for this type of healing comes from the idea that our bodies are essentially machines. Machines, when they become less functional or efficient, tend to break down or become less effective. The mind, through hypnosis and NLP, can repair the body's broken machinery and re-build it into a better version of itself.
There are two major areas of focus in healing the body. One is to cut out or ignore what is incorrect or painful with the body. This will eliminate negative thoughts, which can cause more problems. In most cases, if someone is focusing on their illness, they will be dwelling on the illness and ignoring all of the thoughts that make up their reality. This is not healing the body but allowing the mind to focus on healing.
The other part of this is to work with the subconscious, which has the power to heal and bring about positive change. For example, a common complaint of cancer sufferers is that they feel so negative and so sick, but they don't really know why. Cancer cells thrive on negative energy and the cancer sufferer must learn to redirect their thoughts and focus on positive thoughts and actions. They must turn their negatives into positives. It takes practice and patience, but it can be done.
A simple way to shift thoughts is to create a list of healthy behaviors or healthy thoughts and pictures that remind you of your goals. When you create habits, you reinforce them and the brain actually begins to believe them. This is similar to how a smoker who lights up a cigarette in the same location every day will become dependent on that spot for a smoke. They don't want to miss this spot and so they end up thinking that they need it there just for the mental satisfaction that it brings. With NLP and hypnotherapy, you can have this same kind of effect and very quickly begin to alter your patterns to have more positive thoughts and emotions.
You can even train your mind to become more positive. By using statements like "I am getting better. I am becoming stronger. My life is going in a different direction." This trains the mind to associate strong, healthy emotions with the statement and so the mind works to make these emotions more prominent and stronger.
The other way that the subconscious can heal the body is through visualization. Visualization allows you to see the results that you want from your physical actions and then you can begin to create more circumstances that will allow you to manifest what you desire. For example, if you desire to lose weight, you might visualize yourself as thinner and more confident. You might also visualize your body in various parts of the body as thin and trim, lean, or in great shape. You can also exercise will power and convince yourself that you are in complete control of your life - no more disease, heart attack, or major accident.Treatment with the subconscious method Oren Zarif
The last way that the subconscious can heal the body is to help it overcome the pain and discomfort that it has developed over time. Pain is not a normal part of life, but when it becomes chronic, it can cause major damage to the body. It can lead to depression, eating disorders, and an overall lack of confidence. The subconscious helps to alleviate pain by strengthening the body and sending positive signals to the brain. Over time, these messages become apparent and the body adjusts naturally to the pain.