The subconscious mind: how to reprogram it to become the best version of yourself?

The subconscious influences your life

Did you know that at age 35, 95% of who we are is our subconscious mind, while only 5% is our conscious part?

This means that whenever we have a certain behavior, we can only control 5% of it.

The rest are subconscious behaviors that we have automated during our early years of life.

These subconscious behaviors come from a set of defense, survival mechanisms that we adopted in our childhood to overcome certain situations. 

Automated subconscious behaviors keep you small 

However, these subconscious mechanisms, which have helped us deal with a variety of situations, become blocks when we want to expand and prevent us from becoming the best version of ourselves. 

For example, if you developed anxiety in childhood because you were scolded, it helped you stay alert in certain situations. 

Now, however, this anxiety can be disabling because it does not allow you to step out of your comfort zone.

Also, when these subconscious blocks are activated in your behavior, you are not really yourself. 

You are impersonating something other than your divine essence. 

You are modifying your behavior so as to avoid receiving trauma again (such as being scolded). 

In order to become the best version of yourself and thus embody on earth the person you came to be, you need to learn to remove these blocks, which prevent you from stepping out of your comfort zone and keep you small.

Beginning a journey toward the best version of yourself

To act on your automated subconscious behaviors, the first step is for you to become aware of them.

When you begin to observe, you begin to see blocks and limitations. 

Our blocks, normally latent, become apparent in certain social situations. 

When situations arise that have an emotional charge for us, these are very important opportunities to go and look within. 

If you have been offended or hurt in some situation, this is a golden opportunity to go and listen to yourself, to connect with your subconscious, to take in the message of the emotion and release the block or part of it. 

Your emotions will guide you and tell you what is still unresolved inside you. 

Emotional alchemy

A very useful technique for acting on subconscious blocks and dissolving them is that of emotional alchemy

It is a technique to be put in place when we have an emotional charge, that is, when we have an emotion in our body that is rising. 

If you cannot take the time as soon as this emotion arises, such as after a conflict, you can do it at the end of the day in your room. 

Emotional alchemy is about listening to our emotions, making them big and not small as we normally tend to do, and being with them for as long as it takes for them to give us their message. 

This is an exercise we need to do regularly to make sure that emotions and energies flow properly in our bodies. 

At the beginning of the process or if you don’t do it regularly, it will be harder to access the messages and slower to move the blocked energies.

Then even very old things, perhaps from childhood, that have been stuck in the body for decades will start to unblock. 

It is important to unblock these energy nodes when you have the opportunity, so that you do not continually adopt the same behaviors and repeat the same lessons. 

Emotional alchemy works on the subconscious mind, unlocking the energetic knots that keep you small.


In addition to acting on the energetic knots that keep you anchored in the past with the intention of dissolving them, in order to become the best version of yourself, it is also important that you set out in the direction you want to go.

This is done through visualization of what you want to become.

Visualization acts on a subconscious level, making our brain believe that the situation we are visualizing is already real.

By visualizing your new situation each day with gratitude, you will get closer day by day to what you want to become.


To visualize our new situation, we can rely on positive affirmations that we repeat daily with gratitude.

Repetition is essential to act on the subconscious mind. 

Repeating a mantra regularly with an associated positive emotion helps to attract the right energies that act on the subconscious mind.

While our inner voice tends to constantly tell us negative things, we counter it with positive thoughts.

The conscious use of language to change a person’s subconscious mental pattern is a cornerstone of neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), which is a methodology that works on automated behaviors, and thus on the subconscious, changing it day by day. 

How your beauty routine can help you in your spiritual growth 

Why can a beauty routine become such an important tool for your spiritual growth? 

Why can a time usually devoted to taking care of outward appearance be a vital tool for reconnecting with your spirit?

A beauty routine is a series of actions repeated every day that are already geared into your life and thus automated in your subconscious mind. 

It is a daily appointment with yourself. 

This can become a most powerful tool, as by adding an intention during the beauty routine you can achieve important results in your spiritual growth.

In fact, the biggest challenge of a spiritual growth path is consistency, that is, being able to maintain the good habit of doing meditation exercises, visualization and positive affirmations every day.

The beauty routine creates a very strong structure on which you can lean.

Spiritual beauty

The practice of combining the beauty routine with spiritual reconnection, making it a real ritual, is called spiritual beauty.

Spiritual beauty is a daily support for your spiritual growth toward the version of yourself you want to become. 

The brand Reizia is pioneering spiritual beauty, and aims to take women by the hand and accompany them toward the best version of themselves, giving them both outer and inner beauty.

The subconscious mind: how to reprogram it to become the best version of yourself?