Rather than following our conscious Willpower, which is mostly made up of learned behaviours, memes, and an incomplete view of the world, we could learn to read what’s around us as messages from the subconscious, as messages that we give ourselves indirectly through the power of symbols.

Our life is a real re-enactment of our internal state and whatever we experience around us is a play made of slides that we possess inside our subconscious projector or operative system. Because conscious thoughts are essentially components of a fragmented reality, we should learn to silence the brain or put it aside to amplify subconscious awareness. Thus like the Ancient cultures, we would follow the subconscious Will or our personal creation and realise that we already have what the Will wants in the form of the life we are living. Our phenotype is made up of our genotype (our genetically inherited body), and our interaction with the environment in which we live (social and environmental conditioning and memes). Appreciating our power of creation or will is useful to reveal the reasons behind behaviours, thoughts, feelings, convictions, interests, etc.

Forcing our events with a conscious desire is possible but it sometimes leads to negative consequences. Desiring success, for example, could generate success but the consequences of success might follow; the good along with the bad ones.

Going against what naturally creates internal reverberation leaves us miserable and unsatisfied. We are all more likely to succeed through achievements that provide rewards of physical stimulation and psychological satisfaction and must therefore learn to do the things that resonate with us, knowing that they are our creation. By relying on the subconscious to build the our personal character, we can build on our natural skills, express joy when testing the limits of our abilities, and produce pleasure hormones like serotonine and drive neurotransmitters like dopamine that reinforce the efforts made.

Because we are essentially composed of minuscule energy particles that constitute our body, our governing Will has a chance to “quantumly” influence our processes. Controlling the particles of energy of which our body is made our subconscious mind uses the principle of resonance to either sustain our state of being or to weaken it so that we know what is to be followed or discontinued. A weak state of energy output with low emotive drive will often tell us that the path we are on has not to be followed. A charged fervent, passionate and wholehearted attitude toward a goal is generally our internal sign of "righteousness", so that we might continue our navigation or orientation in that direction.

Though we might think that the justness for our actions would be found in being accountable for our actions, it may be more accurate to say that we are responsable for our actions and we must accept the opportunity to learn from them. A punishment is an unwanted or adverse response to undesirable behaviour and should provide an opportunity to gain knowledge to progress.

However, both “positive” and “negative” feedback provides opportunities to learn. The subconscious Will presents or, more correctly, CREATES experiences that either confirm mental models or further develop the self as an amalgamation of what we like to call the eight basic innate tendencies. Studyriale elecing how subconscious impulses are produced, can lead to understand H.S. Burr claim regarding pre-material fields in embryos: “organization and direction, the direct opposite of chance, imply purpose.”

Nature and the events around us are forms of classical and operant conditioning, which habituate the subconscious self. Certain actions will instinctively give us “good” or “bad” feelings and repeated behaviours will then form extensions of what we might think as “right” or “wrong”. An autonomic routine requires repetition to engrave new habits over other existing processes.

This would be an example of the conscious and subconscious minds working together to create a blueprint for subconscious directives. Habits reside largely in the subconscious. Conscious willpower alone can't reach the subconscious, but repetition and coherence with the external environment can. Our body, our environment and the events that happen in our proximity are indeed our “magic mirror,” our monitoring tool that reflects our inner state at any time. Learning how to interpret the signals of the “magic mirror” will cause a shift in consciousness and an integration of our selves with the living phenomena around us.

Author's Bio: 

Albert Garoli is a proficient health practitioner, medical researcher, and educator. He is a specialist in Ayurvedic medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture, Herbology, Biophysics, and Homotoxicology. Currently, he is teaching in the Italian College of Osteopathy (C.I.O) as well as the Italian School for Oriental Medicine (ScuolaTao), in convention with University Sapienza of Rome. He is also the director of the Holonomics cooperative project. His many years of experience have brought him to a revolutionary understanding of human neurobiology which is clearly explained in his new book: The Evolutionary Glitch.