There comes a leap in consciousness, call it intuition or what you will, the solution comes to you and you don’t know how or why.” ~Albert Einstein

What is the difference between the superconscious and the subconscious?

When a problem is well defined and well understood it seems that it’s most often when we are in a relaxed, subconscious, habitual state that we make that leap in consciousness.

It’s important to grasp many of these ideas related to creativity and problem solving and Einstein’s statement above actually holds some clues. He calls it a “leap” in consciousness and many theorize that is exactly what it is. But the “how” and the “why” may in fact be related to the subconscious and in particular HABIT.

Many personal development greats like Brian Tracy and Napoleon Hill (video link below) have also termed this the “God-Mind” and “Infinite Intelligence”. Whatever you call it, it’s a powerful aspect to one’s creativity and it appears to be most often fostered when we are performing habitual activities such as; brushing our teeth, showering, shaving, driving, etc.

In this episode Martin uses the “three-layer cake” analogy and shares his experience and insights regarding the matter.

There is a power above and behind us and we are the channels (conduit) of its communication.” ~Emerson

Check out this short FAF episode… and SUBSCRIBE now to get these episodes automatically on your device!

________________

How’s your habit tracking going? Interested in joining our private accountability group? If so, visit: http://thehabitfactor.com/join

**NEW Weekly Giveaway! Each week we select ONE, new iTunes review (good, bad or indifferent) and send a FREE signed book. Either email the review screenshot or add your Twitter handle and we’ll find you that way!

BTW: Be sure to SUBSCRIBE and you’ll have each episode sent to you automatically!

Subscribe

Don’t miss a single episode. Subscribe to the podcast to get each episode sent directly to you.

itunes-button-300x109 soundcloud-logo-300x152 stitcher-logo-300x152

Resources

Infinite Intelligence by Napoleon Hill (YouTube)

The Habit Factor app

The Habit Factor template

The Habit Factor book

Big Brothers Big Sisters