The unconscious part of the mind has certain dynamic qualities (not merely latent thoughts). It is the reservoir of inherent knowledge. It possesses intuitive power. It is the residence of inspiration, invention, and genius. When an idea is upsetting to a person it is usually forced into the unconscious and kept there by a process called repression. Such repressed ideas do not reach consciousness despite their effectiveness and intensity and can be activated only with difficulty and against inner resistance. The unconscious mind is the source of our energy. No amount of will power exerted by the conscious mind can override it. The unconscious mind is uncritical, it accepts as absolute truth any idea allowed to enter its computer-like system. That is why, in children, because their conscious mind (critical factor) is not developed fully, the new ideas enter into their unconscious mind and become an integral part of their belief system and their consequent behavior. For consultations or Courses please visit: