…what connection do such dregs have with subconscious mind coaching?
These days I drink decaffeinated green tea made from a tea bag, with no additives such as sugar. I never drink the bottom part. It’s a throwback to decades ago when I drank tea as a youngster in the 60s and 70s. Back then, much tea was made using loose leaf tea, a teapot and a tea strainer, and I had sugar in it too. The dregs at the bottom contained excess sugar and bits of tea matter, which tasted, and felt, nasty. Eew!
As I contemplated drinking my current tea dregs today, I decided to carefully and slowly monitor my feelings. Sure enough, I felt a distinct sense of revulsion starting to bubble up from below. This explains my regular habit of still not drinking my tea all the way to the bottom, despite the dregs being as clear as the top.
Decades ago now, my mind was conditioned not to drink tea dregs due to the icky taste and sensations. The conditioning, which is lodged deep in my subconscious mind, is still there and affecting my current day behaviour, even though with my conscious, logical and decision-making mind I know there is no need.
My subconscious aversion to drinking the dregs of tea is still in control, even after all these years.
A simple example, but one which many of you will be able to try for yourself. Try slowly drinking the dregs of clear tea with nothing added and notice your feelings and reaction.
Some people may not get any reaction but still have the habit of avoiding the dregs of such tea. Sometimes this kind of thing can indicate a more subtle and deeply buried aspect of subconscious mind conditioning.
Subconscious conditioning is often, and usually, hidden or obscured from your awareness.
If I want to, I could do subconscious mind reprogramming and free myself of my deep-seated aversion to the dregs of tea. I probably won’t bother because it is not an important issue and left intact, will always be an excellent example of how the subconscious mind is in control of much of our thinking and feelings. In fact, here’s a good idea…I will at times use my pre-programmed aversion to tea dregs to demonstrate and illustrate the effects of subconscious conditioning during my seminars and training.
Another way of looking at this subconscious conditioning concerning tea dregs is that it’s an excellent example of how more IMPORTANT things might be affecting YOU today, perhaps without your even being aware of them. Things which do need reprogramming; that is, if you are genuinely serious about improving your life. Not everyone is.
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