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Sub-Conscious Bowel Movements

Dr. Karlo Mauro, N.D.

I assume you're a very tidy person. When the dishes get dirty, you clean them. When something spills, you mop it up. When the kids bring in leaves and dirt on the bottom of their boots, you take out a broom and sweep it away.

That's the housecleaning equivalent of what we were talking about in our last article: When the mind thinks a negative thought about your journey to having regular bowel movements... you take out a corresponding positive thought or image and sweep it away.

But all that really amounts to is dirt-management.

After all, once a week you or a cleaning crew breaks out the vacuum, the mop, the duster and cleans up the nitty-gritty. Otherwise, all that's being cleaned is the superficial stuff. You're not getting the unseen dirt out of the carpet, the invisible germs off your counter top or the dust on baseboards (which women always spot, and men never see).

Likewise with your mind: Replacing conscious bad thoughts with good thoughts is just a superficial cleaning.

The Place That Really Needs a Good Cleaning is your SUBconscious Mind

This is the part of our brain that takes care of all the routine stuff we do each day. It works on autopilot. It's shaped and molded by the conscious acts and thoughts we commit to each day.

Now, I'm not going to suggest you get into any psycho-analysis. Sometimes that's useful for severe trauma. But for our purposes of getting you to have regular bowel movements, it will only bring up more dirt.

Whatever negative stuff has been lodged in our heads needs to be replaced. We don't need to put it under a microscope.

The subconscious mind controls a large portion of our life. It is where our self-image is stored. It is where our feelings about ourselves and our life are stored. If your self-image of yourself is fixed on a picture of you living with constipation, a bloated stomach and gas — it can be very difficult to change things using outer means alone.

Your subconscious will keep on stepping forward to sabotage your efforts.

And there are many, many medical studies to support that your subconscious mind directly affects how your involuntary bodily functions operate. Functions like passing waste through your colon. Constipated thought patterns, constipated actions will be reflected in your bowel movements (as well as the rest of your body).

That's why I wrote 13 Ways to Simplify Your Life So You Are Not Always Backed Up. You'll receive a free copy when you purchased 37 Constipation Relief Strategies for Women.

If you've already read it, may I suggest you read it again. Pick at least ONE of the 13 ways listed in that volume to "de-constipate" your life. Try that for the next few days. See if it makes you feel differently about how you see yourself. The actions we take each day, largely reflect and affect our subconscious mind's self-image.

In another article, I'll show you how to do a serious scrubbing of your subconscious mind using purely MENTAL scrubbers. It takes about 7 minutes a day (though, the more time you invest, the faster the results). It will accelerate your ability to make life without constipation a reality. You'll be feeling stronger, sleep better and experiencing little or no bloating in record time.

Yours in Natural Health,

Dr. Karlo Mauro, N.D.

Dr. Karlo Mauro, BSc, BA, MSEd, ND
Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine
Constipation Relief Strategies For Women

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