A Quick EMini Push Down Creates Concern | July 15, 2015

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Traders need to be in control of their emotions rather than the other way around; otherwise they will turn into their own worst enemy. The conscious mind processes daily data and hands it over to the subconscious beliefs for evaluation. The subconscious does nothing more than respond with a predetermined reaction that applies to the emotional responses that best fit the data gathered. Unfortunately this might not be an accurate assessment of the situation at hand. What we actually need to do is update, restructure and tweak the data input database for emotional responses.

We need to produce updated and more applicable emotional responses to replace the old defaults. Nothing will change until this happens. Albert Einstein said, the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Yet the solution is simple and the results are powerful and exciting. Once awareness and understanding of what makes the conscious and subconscious mind work, it’s only a matter of reprogramming and reorganizing the existing responses to emotions with new ones.

The conscious mind occupies 12% of the minds power. The subconscious is the most important part of your mind and occupies 88% of your total mind power. The subconscious has two functions. It stores all the long term memories and associations and also controls all your bodily processes and emotions. When you were young, your view of the world was from a child’s perspective and is not necessarily correct many years later. The meaning that you assigned to experiences was assigned from your perspective and from your maturity at the time and is generally not the truth unless updated defaults have been programmed to override the outdated.

Let me give you an example. Suppose when you were eight years old, and you were saving your allowance money to buy the new thing-a-ma-bob at the store. One day you go with mom to get the blue one you’ve been dreaming about only to discover that at the cashier you didn’t have the money in your little pocket anymore. You somehow lost it walking through the mall. Now, even though you are an adult, thinking about losing money might bring on unexplained feelings of anxiety, panic or despair. This is because your subconscious acts on all the information it contains as if it was the absolute truth. For your subconscious, the thoughts of losing money might always be associated with the unpleasant incident of your childhood. (more)