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The subconscious is a self-defense mechanism. It stores unresolved traumatic events that prevent us from functioning. (Immense implications)

The subconscious.

"What the superior man seeks is in himself; the small man seeks in others."

Confucius (551 BC – 479 BC) was a Chinese teacher, politician, and philosopher. By Simran Khurana (Updated March 18, 2017)

This article presents the subconscious mind's role in an unconventional approach and its far-reaching impact on our mental and physical health, including autoimmune diseases, cancer, mental disorders, and addictions. Removing unresolved traumatic memories from the subconscious and transferring them to the conscious does not require forgetting those events but releasing them!

 

The Subconscious - Short introduction. 

The subconscious includes the ability to decipher the supersensible and convey the messages to the body and mind.

link: Pineal gland (Wikipedia) 

As you delve deeper, you will find that the subconscious has more and more meaning in our daily lives.

  • The subconscious stores unresolved traumas, determine (through the magnetic fields) our sexual identity and sexual orientation, and control and dictate all the supersensible features, intuition, and telepathy. Synchronizes us with the energy of life and helps us in creativity, imagination, and initiative. And this is only a partial list!

The subconscious is part of the self-defense mechanism required for survival.

  • The subconscious mind activates many processes, bypassing logic and critical thinking; it is a mechanism designed to life-force energy conservation, crucial for the survival of any living being.

Where does the subconscious reside?

  • The answer to this question is still unclear; researchers speculate that the subconscious mind is not necessarily limited to our physical brain; it may be linked in a hive spring to a virtual communication network of the universe. If this hypothesis turns out to be correct, the pineal gland probably has much higher importance than it seems today.

Does the subconscious have other functions besides protecting us from traumatic events?

Instinct is a survival mechanism, bypassing logic but different from intuition. (Intuition is attributed to the subconscious)

  • Instinct is a survival mechanism that bypasses logic; embedded from birth, it does not activate the subconscious. (The crying of a newborn baby is an example of instinctive action) In contrast, intuition is a mechanism that is not innate but is activated by the subconscious while bypassing logic and thinking.

The subconscious mind is a "virtual safe" for unresolved traumatic events from our past. It has an immense impact on our physical & mental health. Therefore, it cannot be easily penetrated. 

  • Penetration into the subconscious is often not possible through the tools of psychology. Only techniques of hypnosis, meditation, tai chi kung kong, and the like (commonly used in martial arts) can penetrate the conscious mind. Even shamanic rituals and psychedelic drugs such as Ayahuasca can penetrate the subconscious. These drugs are often illegal and banned from use.

 

The subconscious is a "virtual safe" for unresolved traumatic events from our past. It has an immense impact on our physical & mental health. 

We store unresolved traumatic events that have not been adequately resolved in the subconscious mind. Unresolved traumatic events are personal subjective—an unresolved traumatic event for one they are not necessarily a traumatic event for the other. Not every heartbreak is traumatic, and not every trauma is an unresolved trauma! (Unresolved traumas have a detrimental effect on health)

Autoimmune diseases, youth cancer, addictions, stuttering, and even mental disorders often result from unresolved traumatic events from our past.

  • A long list of physical, emotional, and even chronic illnesses is explained more rationally using subconscious tools. But science refuses to use ancient techniques (Indian and Chinese medicine) that have tried to bind the body and mind! And thus, he misses an extraordinary opportunity.
  • Even today, after serving in the army, I can run and shout at the sight of a giant cockroach. The traumatic event happened when I was 5; my dad stepped through and squeezed a cockroach in my room. No rationale will help me. I'm afraid of cockroaches! But in most cases, people are not at all able to reconstruct the traumatic event, which is a necessary condition for treating the problem.

Why is it tough for any person to recreate traumatic events from their past?

  • The subconscious is a repression mechanism. It repels painful events and makes them "transparent" even though they remain in memory.
  • Resolved traumatic events (even extreme) that have been internalized to the conscious and not stored in the subconscious usually do not cause substantial physical and mental damage.

An energetic blockage is usually caused by the inability of the subconscious to withstand the burden (a kind of break-in) that can cause the following symptoms/diseases:

  • Energetic blockages are one of the leading causes of autoimmune diseases, cancer (especially in young people), addictions, mental illness, chronic inflammatory diseases, speech and attention disorders, stuttering, Tourette's syndrome, etc.

Modern medicine has adopted the mechanistic conception of massive drug use.

  • Under the influence of drug companies, modern medicine prefers massive use of drugs that cause great harm and are mistakenly avoided from treating unresolved traumas, a significant cause of morbidity and many functional problems.

Unresolved traumas are an individual matter. It is difficult to assess the present and identify the traumas from the past.

  • The events stored in the subconscious are not forgotten. The subconscious mind is a hidden virtual partition (challenging to break into) to which access is minimal.
  • Unresolved traumatic events are traumatic events at the time of the event. In retrospect, we might not have categorized them as unresolved traumatic events.

From what age can unresolved mental traumas be accumulated in the subconscious mind?

  • Awareness and memories usually begin only from the age of two onwards. In contrast, the subconscious mind is active almost immediately after birth. There are even claims that it is active during fetal development. My granddaughter suffered from trauma in kindergarten at the age of only one year and 3 months, which caused her to have uncontrollable hair pulling (trichotillomania). The problem was only solved after she left for a remote kindergarten! This also means that the subconscious mind is already active at one year.

Is it possible through hypnosis to go back to the pre-fetal date in previous incarnations?

  • It is probably possible at both the methodological and practical level but entirely not recommended. People experience a storm of emotions of death and traumatic events that can lead them to unexpected situations.
  • There is a technical possibility to penetrate using hypnosis in the embryonic stage, but great care and skill are required and not recommended unless critical. 

Why does a load of traumatic memories sometimes erupt from the subconscious mind in the form of illnesses or addictions?

  • The subconscious mind is a digital safe. If traumas are too difficult to store or the subconscious mind's peripheral protection is loosened, things break out and harm the body through its energy meridian network. (Not the nervous system)

Chinese and Indian medicine have tried to link the various organs, energy centers (chakras), and emotional vulnerability.

  • I often present the maps of the chakras and meridians (energy channels) with the explicit knowledge that this is not an in-depth and accurate analysis. Still, it is certainly applicable, usually also giving a correct picture.

 

What steps must be taken to release unresolved traumatic events from the subconscious?

There are two main steps in the process:

  1. The first step is to locate the unresolved traumatic event (or events). It is important to emphasize that most people cannot perform self-psychoanalysis, especially in childhood events and the distant past. (Sometimes also events related to deceased relatives)
  2. The second step is to release the traumatic events (mentally) to return to consciousness, where they are harmless, even if very painful! The release of the traumas does not involve forgetting.

The release of traumatic events is a challenging process that can sometimes take quite a long time. Without the release of the traumas, it is difficult to recover from chronic diseases and addictions. It took me several years.

"To live is to have Qi in every part of your body." To die is to be a body without Qi. For the health to be maintained, there must be a balance of Qi."

The connection between the body, mind & spirit.

  • The Chinese concept of Qi is not easily translated into Western thought. Although this connection has been known for thousands of years, modern conventional medicine does not balance the body, mind & or spirit.
  • Not everyone knows acupuncture is an energetic treatment method that balances life energy essential to a healthy life.

Profound sleep can penetrate the subconscious. (Then we also dream)

  • Dreams sometimes have deep meaning. Although not easy to interpret. The difficulty is that dreams cannot be directed to our will; dreams are not rationally controlled. Therefore, turning dreams into a valuable therapeutic tool is also very challenging.

Shamanic priests perform the autosuggestive treatment  (kind of hypnosis), similar to a deep prayer!

  • In the Western view, shamanic rituals are a form of idolatry, but those who believe in their act similarly to a hypnotic trance.
  • There are many similarities between shamanic rites, voodoo rites, and Indian and Aboriginal rites based on autosuggestion.

 

Psychotherapy usually cannot penetrate the subconscious.

Link: Psychotherapy (Wikipedia)

Psychology is essential on many levels, but not in penetration into the subconscious. Access to the subconscious is blocked! Routine psychology techniques, often unable to penetrate the subconscious mind, constitute a kind of digital safe.

Why do people tend to go to psychotherapy? (partial list)

  • Many people need the attentive ear of a neutral person, an experienced expert.
  • Resolving personal or family conflicts.
  • Couple counseling.
  • Personal crises of all kinds.
  • People in the modern age are more lonely than ever! The psychologist is an attentive, empathetic, supportive, and understanding figure.

Are psychological treatments unnecessary in cases of attempts to reconstruct unresolved traumas?

  • Psychological treatment may provide vital support, but it is often unable to get to the root of the problem and eliminate it, regardless of the number of treatments. The subconscious is a closed virtual safe.

 

Patients with chronic illnesses whose disease onset at a young age (30-35) and under should consider hypnotherapy. (Authorized only)

Link: Hypnotherapy, unlike psychology, can penetrate the subconscious mind. (Immense health benefits)

Many people have a deep-seated fear of hypnosis treatments, partly because of the negative image created of hypnosis from the use of entertainment performances. Hypnosis (and similar techniques) has the possibility (almost exclusively) of penetrating the subconscious and releasing unresolved traumas. Addicts, autoimmune disease patients, stuttering, and Tourette's syndrome of all ages are also advised to use hypnotherapy.  

The use of hypnosis may be perceived by many as unrelated to their illness, but the release of unresolved mental traumas has far-reaching effects on the body. Hypnosis can penetrate the conscious mind, eliminate unresolved traumatic events, and improve patient recovery chances. It is especially recommended for chronic patients whose disease onset at a young age (30-35) and below.

  • Not every traumatic event is stored in the subconscious - but only those that are also traumatic (at the time) and not appropriately resolved.
  • Through hypnosis, it may be possible to reconstruct traumatic non-resolved events and release the stress that blocks the Qi life-force energy and thus causes sickness.
  • Hypnosis may be an essential therapeutic tool but not an exclusive treatment.
  • Hypnotherapy requires patient collaboration. I needed many hypnosis-like sessions. In my opinion, most patients will need several treatments to achieve the desired results.

Hypnosis has a mysterious and sometimes even dubious image due to the misuse of live performances, but it is a medical procedure of paramount importance.

 

What other techniques than hypnotherapy can penetrate the subconscious mind?

I usually advise chronic patients to consider these tools. (Except for psycho-chemical drugs)

  • Profound meditation. (Or similar techniques such as Yoga or Tai Chi.) 
    • Most people (especially in the West) cannot reach meditation at the levels required to penetrate the subconscious mind. 
    • It is not surprising that people travel to ashrams in India, where they break free from the past's anxieties and gain mental and physical liberation.
    • All martial arts make use of meditation tools for mental and physical empowerment. But this is an action that requires a lot of practice.
  • Support groups. (Provided there is a deep connection between the group members and the facilitator)
  • Psychochemical drugs. (Do not use without a doctor's prescription) Most often involve side effects.
  • Shamanic rituals (conditioned on the patient's belief in the ritual, which is essentially hypnosis-like)

Techniques can treat the symptoms of energetic blockages without penetrating the subconscious mind.

  • Acupuncture does not penetrate the subconscious mind but can release energetic blockages caused by unresolved traumatic events.
  • Energetic flushing. (The technique is only available in certain places around the world.)
  • The placebo effect. 

 

Hypnosis for Clearing Subconscious Negativity.

My spiritual experience changed my life. 

I was lucky to attend one of Dr. Nader Butto's seminars in March 2012. At that time, I was in critical condition.

Recommended Link: Dr. Nader Butto - The Human Code.

  • Later I started to visit my therapist regularly (and continue to do so until today). One of his students practically saved my life.
  • This unique mental and spiritual experience of energetic flushing is probably not available worldwide. I would describe it as a combination of acupuncture and relaxed hypnosis.
    • The physiological and emotional response is hard to describe: lying on a mattress, fully conscious of vibrations and involuntary movements happening all over the body as if it were science fiction.
    • People may be skeptical, but I am entirely convinced it was real. It is just another proof that the human body contains "energy."
  • The idea that energetic blocks eventually evolve into physical illness is not new. However, Nader Butto's approach and implementation are comprehensive and unique.

After all, is quantum entanglement an informed possibility for the phenomenon of telepathy and intuition?

According to the laws of physics that exist today, quantum entanglement cannot transmit information at speeds exceeding the speed of light.

The idea is to develop the mathematics of emotions, behavior, thoughts, and the subconscious.

 

A brief review of the lesser-known features attributed to the subconscious.

 

Third Eye Pineal Gland. (Highly recommended)

The Pineal Gland - A "superior synchronization" organ is necessary at the physical-mathematical level.

Its unique location, blood supply, endocrine function, and physiology have made this small gland a plausible candidate for the title of the "subconscious gland." The fact that it exists in other mammals should not surprise us. Surprisingly, this unique gland has been studied very little beyond endocrine function.

The pineal gland's known properties:

  • The pineal gland tends to shrink with age, up to a size of a few millimeters. It is larger in women.
  • The pineal gland mediates nerve stimulation and hormone secretion; it regulates the biological clock, sleep and wake cycles, and seasonal cycles.
  • The pineal gland produces two hormones essential for the brain, related to physical health and mental health: melatonin, the sleep hormone, and serotonin, which helps maintain a balanced mood and mental health.
  • The pineal gland is the only area in the brain that is not affected by the blood-brain barrier (a membranous structure that aims to protect brain tissue from the flow of pollutants and antibodies from the blood to the cerebrospinal fluid), allowing it to release the hormone melatonin, directly into the bloodstream.

Is a larger pineal gland indicates better intuitive and telepathic ability? (Probably so, but this supposition has no scientific support or basis)

  • Every year, millions of brain MRI scans are performed worldwide. (In other contexts) Post-mortem surgeries can also be used to study the presence of abnormalities in the pineal glands. The lack of initiative of brain researchers is astounding.

The French philosopher Rene Descartes believed that the human pineal gland is "the main seat of the soul."

  • In many cultures, you will find the third eye sign, a symbol of supreme-mystical reason. In Indian culture, the sixth chakra is called the "third eye" and controls the imagination, intuition, purpose, and direction in life.

The pineal gland can be illustrated by analogy with computers, to WiFi and a Bluetooth card, but far more advanced capabilities, seemingly, with no distance limit.

  • The human brain is several times more complex than any computer, yet it probably has a decoder that receives and transmits transmissions that are not text. The processing of communications takes place in different areas of the brain.

Subconscious is a potent tool that aims at self-defense. Therefore, it is not surprising that females have a larger pineal gland.

  • Evolution has given women a more vital intuitive ability than men to protect their offspring.

The fact that most mammals have a pineal gland should not surprise us. The subconscious has a vital role in self-defense, even in developed animals.

  • Whether other mammals have the intuitive ability will probably remain unresolved.

The fact that the pineal gland shrinks is part intentional and part consequential. 

  • Shrinkage of the pineal gland with age may be due to a lack of acceptable use. Children have a higher intuitive ability, which may come to cover the lack of life experience that helps in survival.

Calcification is an undesirable result of an unhealthy diet from fluoride salts. (Found in drinking water and toothpaste)

  • Calcifications are a destructive and unlikely process. The idea that crystals in the calcifications enhance communication sounds unfounded.

 

We frequently use the subconscious, usually without being aware of it.

We frequently use the subconscious, usually without being aware of it.

It is worth distinguishing between intelligent guessing and intuition, not based on previous experience and logic!

If you search for definitions for intuition, you will find a lack of uniformity. To me, most definitions are too simplistic. Link: Intuition (Wikipedia) 

  • Intuition, telepathy, and telekinesis (the movement of objects without contact and the activation of visible energy) share many unexplained characteristics.
    • In movies, these phenomena appear regularly and very naturally; in reality, it is difficult for us to accept unexplained phenomena.

Does intuition exist in all of us?

  • Intuition is a trait that exists in everyone at varying levels. It usually decreases with age. (It is not clear if this is related to degeneration of the pineal gland in the brain, which also degenerates)

Is intuition a trait that can be developed?

  • Intuition is a supersensible phenomenon whose development is mainly related to open-mindedness and consciousness.

Instinct is a mechanism of survival, bypassing logic but different from intuition.

  • Instinct is a survival mechanism that bypasses logic; embedded from birth, it does not activate the subconscious. (The crying of a newborn baby is an example of an instinctive human action) In contrast, intuition is a mechanism that is not innate but is activated by the subconscious while bypassing logic and thinking.

The subconscious is the bridge between the body-mind-spirit, between the sensory and the supersensible. Where does the subconscious reside?

  • The answer to this question is still unclear; researchers speculate that the subconscious mind is not necessarily limited to our physical brain; it may be linked in a hive spring to a virtual communication network of the universe. If this hypothesis turns out to be correct, the pineal gland probably has much higher importance than it seems today.

Is the size of the pineal gland the explanation for the seemingly better intuitive ability of women compared to men?

  • Researchers and mystics claim the organ to decipher intuition and telepathy is the pineal gland in the brain's center. The gland is also known as the third eye.
  • In women, the pineal gland is larger than in men but degenerates with age. (Similar to men) Is this the explanation for women's better intuition - hard to know in the absence of appropriate research?
  • Link: An encounter with intelligent aliens will change humanity completely.

Every year millions of MRI scans of the brain are performed, and autopsies can be used to study the size of the pineal gland.

  • Discoveries of abnormal pineal gland sizes may have helped understand traits such as intuition and telepathy.

I knew years before I discovered I had liver cirrhosis that I would get sick and recover against all odds.

  • The details were unknown, but I knew I would need treatments overseas. It did happen. I have in my imagination several images that seemingly belong to the future. I do not know if they will come true; I believe so.

 

Advanced telepathic abilities are attributed to aliens! (Interesting where the knowledge comes from)

Advanced telepathic abilities are attributed to aliens!

Do telepathy and intuition exist in reality or only in movies? 

Link: Telepathy (Wikipedia)

The pineal gland in the brain is considered the telepathic organ. It also exists in other mammals, including monkeys. It, of course, raises many questions. The pineal gland degenerates with age, possibly due to lack of use. Mystics attribute the pineal gland to the place of the spirit and the connection with other worlds. It is a great pity that science does not try to decipher the secrets of this vital gland in depth.

Today, institutional science sees these phenomena as pseudo-scientific—part of the para-psychology of strange and unexplained phenomena that seemingly contradict the known physics principles. Many studies confirm the telepathy phenomenon far beyond statistical probability.

  • The phenomenon of telepathy, according to studies, is not related to distance! Therefore, the possibility of transmitting - input of electromagnetic radiation that fades over long distances (in direct proportion to the distance square) is ruled out. Is the universe connected to a virtual network where the ability to communicate differs from person to person? A fascinating topic for research that may break boundaries.
  • The phenomenon of telepathy is reminiscent of Quantum entanglement (Wikipedia), for which no plausible explanation has been found to date. Similar to telepathy, quantum entanglement creates a single-valued affinity regardless of distance! But quantum entanglement exists only concerning subatomic particles, while ostensibly telepathy is a phenomenon between intelligent entities.

Is there a possible scientific explanation for this phenomenon of telepathy, intuition, telekinesis, and more?

  • These phenomena seemingly contradict the energy conservation laws and possibly other physical laws. But without understanding these techniques, we may not be able to see a complete picture of where the energy that drives these processes comes from.

The premise is that everything in nature can be expressed through mathematical formulas, combined with the human senses' logic and expressions. 

  • Even today, there are already developments mainly in motor skills through thoughts. The next step will be possible to translate memories, feelings, and emotions and transfer them to a third party without contact.
  • This is precisely when thoughts arise of biological hackers stealing ideas straight from your brain! Sounds imaginary but entirely possible within a few decades.

The plausible physical models of intuition and telepathy require entirely different models that support the multiverse. Assuming that the pineal gland is our center of communication in the subconscious, it should have unique physical properties.

  • The pineal gland must transmit and receive messages at different frequencies, not ordinary electromagnetic radiation frequencies. (Radio waves) 
  • To produce communication-based on quantum entanglement, it is necessary to have a deterministic model contrary to the legality known today in quantum physics of a superposition. For things to be possible, it is required to assume a multi-universe with a spring hive of communication between them. Science Fiction! Perhaps, but you will be surprised; it seems that this is precisely where advanced physics is going today.

 

What does it take to prove or disprove that we live in a computer simulation?

Seemingly the answer to this question seems very simple; it is clear that we live with free will. Leading scientists, physicists, and philosophers have dealt with this question without unequivocal conclusions.

  • The simulation theory will fall if you can locate an event, nature show, behavior, emotions, natural processes, etc., that do not have a mathematical solution with a workable result! The premise is that all-natural processes can have a distinct mathematical expression. If you search, you will find it challenging to shatter this claim! All-natural functions behave exemplary and surprisingly with complex mathematics that optimizes resource utilization.

What does it take to prove that we live in a computer simulation?

  • It is impossible to prove that we live in a computer simulation from our system. The question is very similar to the halting problem posed by Alan Turing. The conclusion is that this question has no solution. (Logical limitation)

To prove unequivocally that we live in a simulation, one of two things must happen:

  1. Intelligent aliens will appear on Earth and show us convincing arguments that we live in a simulation.
  2. We will crack the riddle of the universe, and we will be able to find the simulation formulas at a level where we can predict events with probabilities that do not leave a doubt of randomness.

At the moment, neither option looks pretty close. In my opinion, currently, the first option is more reasonable than the second. (Just an intelligent and unscientific guess)

At the theoretical level, is a computing power strong enough to conduct a simulation of all human beings at once?

  • The answer to the question concerns the nature of the simulation. Assuming that simulation controls only significant milestones in our lives and not every second and marginal decision, the answer is "yes" the computing power required is enormous but probably possible theoretically.

 

Akashic Records virtual library concept.

Akashic Records virtual library concept.

Akashic Records - The Unlimited Knowledge of the Universe. (Virtual Library)

The idea of an Akashic library is somewhat reminiscent of today's cloud technology.

  • The great geniuses Nikola Tesla, Albert Einstein, and Elon Musk? were seemingly gifted to retrieve information from the Akashic records.
  • The existence of a virtual-Akashic library, in which records of the universe's history raise many philosophical questions, most of which we have no answer to, but its very existence is self-evident! 
  • The thought of a central virtual library, an Akashic library in which all the histories of the universe have been recorded, including all of our past and future, and the accessibility of that library, requires that we have a decoding organ! Is it the pineal gland? I believe so, but it takes courageous and severe research to do so.

 

Summary & Conclusions. 

It is challenging to recover from a long list of severe chronic illnesses without removing unresolved traumas from the subconscious. The pineal gland - At the physical-mathematical level, it is likely to assume that a "superior synchronization" organ is necessary. The deep and hidden meaning of intuition, telepathy, and telekinesis is profound; it opens a window to a magical and unexplored world. 

The meaning of the supersensible phenomena is that our perception of the time-space dimension is probably wrong! The future may have happened in another dimension; only we cannot retrieve the information.

 

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