The Subconscious Mind and The Inner Process

The Importance of working with the Subconscious Mind

The information stored in the subconscious mind determines how we view, face and respond to our life experiences. To explain the concept, we usually represent the mind with the image of an iceberg, as you can see below. The top part represents the conscious mind, and the bottom part represents the subconscious mind.

The conscious mind is the part that does all the thinking and reasoning, and it takes about a 10% of the mind capacity. It is where your will resides, and where you make decisions and choices.


The subconscious mind, also called the emotional or feeling mind, holds every single one of your thoughts, feelings or ideas. This part of the mind also controls the processes that occur in your body without your conscious effort. Breathing, pumping blood in and out of your heart, and also driving, and riding a bike are good examples. Once the ideas and thoughts are impressed in the subconscious mind, they become part of your personality.

People often come for assistance to release emotions or experiences based on what they believe is causing the issues determined at a conscious level. The INNER Process allows the practitioner to detect the core issue determining the negative emotional responses that challenge us.