DWQA QuestionsCategory: Subconscious MindTo what extent are the delusional thinking and hallucinations of mental illnesses a product of the conscious mind, the upper subconscious mind, or the deep subconscious mind?
Nicola Staff asked 6 months ago

As you have seen working with a number of clients, the deep subconscious is more rational, more lucid, more composed, and seemingly functional than the upper subconscious or the conscious level of the mind in people who are disturbed. This is typically the case. That is why the deep subconscious is a more important and effective level of the mind to interact with for therapeutic purposes, because it can provide a way to correct the harmful causal influences through prior trauma in a way that will enable the upper levels of the mind to regain an equilibrium and finally heal.

When the upper levels of the mind are experiencing such a distortion of reality, as any psychologist or psychotherapist will tell you, it is quite difficult to reason with such individuals. Ideas, explanations, recommendations, and suggestions will seemingly have no impact. The person is so caught up in their fantasy world they will not see the potential benefit in what is being offered—it simply does not compute. They see their problem as the hallucinations, the false images they perceive, and the delusional thoughts being so very real and compelling, nothing an outside person suggests will be recognized and accepted at face value as being meaningful or a legitimate explanation of their circumstances—their reality tells them differently.

So this is why deep subconscious channeling, again, is the premier tool to use to reach inner beliefs and begin a program of trauma resolution and replacement of negative beliefs. This will begin to provide a healthier and healthier platform for the being and eventually will filter up to the upper levels of the mind and provide greater stability and capability as well, to be more keenly focused, more in alignment with the truth of things, and more able to adopt a functional perspective that is in alignment with reality and will help them make healthy choices in behavior and thought. Without that foundation being laid, it is extremely difficult to effect a change in thinking for a person. Their beliefs simply have a differing view of reality and they cannot accept whatever anyone else says as being true if it is in conflict with their own inner beliefs. For the most part, they are beliefs held by the upper delusional tormented levels of the mind and not by the deep subconscious, but there can be faulty beliefs within the deep subconscious as well, but it will be privy to what is going on in the other levels of the mind. So it is the key to obtaining access in an unbiased, unblocked fashion to the parts of the individual that are broken, and this is why the deep subconscious is the gateway for healing of severe mental illness.