Power of Your Subconscious Mind

When Joseph Murphy wrote the original book by the title of this post in 1963, I was about 4 years old, living in Tulsa Oklahoma and had no idea of the Power of Your Subconscious Mind.  Raised in a fundamental Christian family, the subconscious mind wasn’t discussed at all. The focus of my environment was always outside – church, prayer, Bible study, etc.  All good things, but ignored a fundamental component of how we are made.  With two separate sides of our soul:  Our conscious mind and our subconscious mind.  Just as there are precise laws of nature, there are precise laws of how our lives operate from this standpoint.

Unfortunately, I went nearly five decades before I learned of Joseph Murphy and what now we know as his classic, “The Power of Your Subconscious Mind”, but it helped turn my head in a direction that allowed me to realize there was symmetry to how life was supposed to work.  If you follow the laws of the universe, you get a good result.  If you don’t follow the laws, you get random and un-patternable results.

As I studied this and other materials, including works from Fred Dodson, Bob Proctor, Jack Canfield, Michael Beckweth, and many others, I began to learn and assemble my own ideas of how life was supposed to work.  Then, through the help of a faithful coach, I really put some high-octane power into my own reprogramming, and have fulfilled many things that I have intended, or set out to manifest.

Finally, in the spring of 2013, I was prompted to begin a podcast on the power of the subconscious mind, and how to reprogram it, drawing on my own stories and life examples as the illustration.  Now, over 60 podcasts later, Subconscious Mind Mastery has regular listeners from many countries and is approaching 100,000 downloads.  There truly is an amazing storehouse of power of the subconscious mind, and this podcast will give you some though-provoking ideas of how to increase your own connection between the conscious and the subconscious.

Thank you for finding the website, and I hope you enjoy the podcasts.  And as we always say in closing….

“Enjoy the Journey”
Thomas Miller
Dallas, Texas