Mind Your Subconscious is the podcast that provides you with techniques and knowledge about your subconscious mind - the part of your brain that lets you tame your ego and create an extraordinary reality with your thoughts. We invite meditation, hypnosis, NLP, EFT, and other experts to help you master the most powerful part of your brain.
When you ask people "Why do you love him / her?" - watch what they answer.
If they answer, "Because s/he makes me feel great / loved / happy," that's them loving how others make them feel - aka selfish.
If they answer, " Because s/he is kind to people, kids, animals, very intelligent, ambitious, funny, etc.," that's them loving the other person for who they are.
But how do you attract that kind of love?
By loving yourself first. By destroying limiting subconscious beliefs of unworthiness. By analyzing previous relationship patterns. By making a list with non-negotiables. By manifesting.
Join Lily Walford, Dating & Relationship Coach, and I as we discuss the subject of finding love by clearing BS memories and patterns stored in your subconscious mind.
We also talked about:
- how Lily turned from accountant to dating and relationship coach
- how our subconscious protects us
- how to manifest your perfect partner
- toxic relationship triangles
- twin flames and soul mates (curious to hear your thoughts on that part)
Website - https://www.phoenixnewlifeacademy.co.uk
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Phoenixrelationshipsanddating/
Find your host, certified hypnotist Jennifer Schlueter, here:
There was a time were I considered plant medicine drugs because
A) I was blinded by governments and their rules of prohibiting plant medicine and categorizing it as "drugs"
B) I obviously didn't do my proper research.
For people who don't understand the psychedelic power of mushrooms and other plants, they're just a "fun party drug." But once you dive deeper into the (healing) capacities these plants have, you will soon be invited to not only a whole other dimension, but several ones. You will be invited to get to know yourself and this world on a whole other level.
I wanted to make this podcast episode for
1) people who think like I once thought, so you can get a different perspective on plant "drugs"
2) people who are already more familiar with plant medicine, so they can learn more about how it works with our subconscious, etc.
3) people who are curious about ceremonies.
With today's guest Colin, or, if you want to call him by his spiritual name Yawasoe ShuriOshinipa Sinkalip, I invited an onanya / shaman who grew up around plant medicine in South America, learning from medicine men and women who is leading ceremonies across the US today.
We were joined by Colin's assistant Angela and the three of us discuss all the above as well as:
- the term "shaman" and its significance in the Western world
- his "training"
- chemical effect of plants on the brain
- the power of traditional music on brain vibrations
It's a fantastic episode!!!!!!
Find Colin (spiritual name Yawasoe ShuriOshinipa Sinkalip) here:
Find your host, certified hypnotist Jennifer Schlueter, here:
Here's an interesting statistic: According to a comparison study by the American Health Magazine, patients achieve a 72% recovery rate with Behavior Therapy, whereas hypnosis has a 93 % success rate. Psychoanalysis comes in last place at 38%. The latter takes you 600 sessions, Behavior Therapy 22, and hypnosis a mere 6 sessions, according to Psychotherapy Magazine, Vol. 7, No. 1.
Talk therapy, also known as psychotherapy, means that patients will talk to their therapist about past and present problems. Over and over again. Sometimes it takes them months to find the root cause, sometimes years. That works for some, and I'm in no way bashing this way of therapy.
Why is it that hypnosis has such a great success rate, you may wonder. And maybe you're still a hypnosis skeptic or think it's "too woo woo."
Tye Hunter, former talk therapist thought the same thing. But when she discovered how fast hypnosis helped her with her own problems, she made the switch to also serve her clients better and faster with hypnosis.
Find out why hypnosis can help you with any kind of problem you may have so quickly and almost effortlessly as Tye and I discuss why we're absolute hypnosis fans and convinced it's one of the most powerful tools to change your life for the better.
We also talk about
- RTT hypnotherapy (Rapid Transformational Therapy)
- Tye's self-love struggle.
Find Tye at:
You’re on Tinder and you match with a cute girl.
Right before your first date, she tells you that she just met an amazing girl through Facebook and they’re hanging out now, so she asks you if it’s ok if it’s the three of you for the date.
You say yes – because why not?
And then these girls start talking about angel numbers, unicorns, crystals, journeys, hypnosis, and other stuff that you’re not familiar with.
What do you do?
You stay and listen and never see her again.
Now that, friends and listeners, is a true story.
This week’s episode’s guest Stef and I met last year in Amsterdam about two hours before I was supposed to go on a Tinder date. But Stef and I ended up having such a great time that we didn’t want to end our date yet, so my poor Tinder date became a third wheel. After that, Stef and I met up with two other practicing hypnotists to practice inductions and Stef led a Shamanic Journey for us.
In today’s episode, Stef and I discuss where spirituality and the subconscious meet.
Stef is a former health coach turned Psychic Business Empowerment Coach, who is helping clients unblock their limiting beliefs, so they achieve their dreams.
Because Stef openly and honestly shares how she destroys her own limiting beliefs and where this leads her on Facebook, I was / am able to see this girl manifest the ish out of her life within this past year:
- Location independence
- A romantic relationship
- Gorgeous Airbnbs
- and more.
But Stef’s life wasn’t always like this. An undocumented immigrant, she was deported at age 19 and had to start over completely in a country that wasn’t her home.
She’s definitely one of my biggest inspirations when it comes to manifesting and embracing your inner unicorn. I got her on this podcast because I wanted you to listen to how she gets what wants because she aligns herself.
We also discussed
- the importance of journal writing
- the importance for coaches to create independent individuals
- her experience at a Dr. Joe Dispenza retreat and how it helped her overcome physical pain
- and more.
Find more about Stef at
I don’t know about you, but every IT person I’ve known has a completely different side to them which has nothing to do with IT: fetish hypnosis, photography, music, drawing, etc.
Wait – did I write fetish hypnosis?
YES, you read that right.
But Jenny, didn’t you tell us you use hypnosis to help people find their purpose and go through with it? You may wonder now.
Yes, I did tell you that and I do.
But other people use hypnosis for other things. And sex is one of them. Orgasms, for example, are very mental. That also means, orgasms have to do a lot with our subconscious, which leaves a lot of room to play for a fetish hypnotist.
The python / php / web programmer & hypnotist I’m talking about doesn’t only play with orgasms. He plays with a whole bunch of other stuff when it comes to hypnosis and sex.
Among other things, he organizes a fetish hypnosis meetup in Amsterdam.
Are you curious now?
Then tune into this week’s episode.
Here’s what else you’ll learn about:
- How you can use hypnosis to spice up your sex life
- Hypnosis and BDSM
- The orgasm hypnosis “trick” Nimja once performed at a party
- Flow states
- Nimja’s very own hypnosis game
- What Nimja’s family thinks about what he does
Find Nimja at:
As children, we operate with slower brain waves frequencies aka with our subconscious minds. That means, we cannot filter everything that we are receiving from our parents, teachers, friends, and others. If we take on the wrong “truths” and comments we heard somebody say, they stick with us our whole life if we don’t choose to get rid of them.
Imagine, you went through a traumatic childhood. Some of you don’t have to imagine that.
Then imagine lashing out at your kids or talking down to them (perhaps even unintentionally) because you haven’t worked through your own trauma.
You’ll give them the same sh*t your parents gave you. Perhaps even worse.
This week’s episode’s guest Indira Dejtiar became aware of this tragic circle and decided to break out. Before having her own kids, she got rid of her trauma with hypnotherapy and art therapy. But not only that, she studied NLP (neuro-linguistic programming), and has been using the techniques she learned with her children.
We also talked about:
- The most important thing people don’t realize about forgiveness
- The difference between guided meditation and hypnotherapy
- Anchoring and other useful NLP techniques
Find Indira at:
Stuff we talked about:
Dr. Joe Dispenza: Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself - How to lose your mind and create a new one
Take yourself back to when you were 19 years old. When you probably thought you are grown now but in reality you didn’t know sh*t ;) Imagine someone coming into your life at that age, teaching you about meditation, feeling energy in your hands, and what people may refer to as the “dark side.” Demons.
Someone who was just a few years older than you and knew all these things without really understanding them.
Would you trust them? Would you believe them? Would you let them teach you even more? Would you make them one of your best friends?
Would you freak out if you had a dream about them where you could see through their eyes and all you saw was sand? And the next day, they tell you on the phone that they were caught in a sandstorm in Afghanistan.
I didn’t understand. But I trusted that he had come into my life for a reason. Yet, I still chose my own way of learning. From him, but also through others. Fortunately, he stuck around to teach me more.
Here’s to 11 years of friendship with @itisnowelvn11 - look at the numbers 😝 - and many more to come.
Here’s to an awesome podcast interview, in which I got to ask my first “spiritual teacher,” as I like to introduce him to others, a lot of questions about the subconscious.
You’re going to learn about the following in this week’s episode:
- How to deal with anxiety - How to handle your dark side / dark entities / dark emotions
- How to meditate
- Why having no expectations is key to keep your sanity
- The difference between your subconscious and your superconscious
- How to reach your superconscious
- What Khadaura has learned from his time in the military and living in various countries
Find Khadaura at
When she was 18, a book gifted by a well-traveled Peruvian woman opened Alta’s eyes to the world of hypnosis and past lives.
A few years later, Alta decided to study hypnosis and make it her way of helping people becoming better versions of themselves.
She went from treating clinical problems such as smoking and phobias towards a more spiritual practice, nowadays transforming people’s lives in all 7 areas of the harmony wheel (work, relationships, business, etc.).
In this episode, find out:
· How a book about past lives changed Alta’s life
· What to do when you’re spiritually outgrowing those who surround you
· How hypnosis helped her client regain the ability to memorize, lose 40 pounds, and overcome heartbreak
· How Alta’s practice went from clinical to spiritual work
· How you can train your subconscious
Find Alta here:
In this episode, you will meet the host of the Mind Your Subconscious podcast - Jennifer Schlueter. Jennifer will tell you about how, in 2016, she quit her job as the Managing Editor of 22 newspapers to travel the world after one hypnosis session. You’ll also learn about how else hypnosis has transformed her life and how she became a certified hypnotist herself.
To understand the subconscious mind and its power better, Jennifer will explain how our brain wave patterns change as we grow older, why most of our current issues are rooted in our childhood, and how we can resolve them once and for all. You will find out about how to access your subconscious mind and why all of us should practice it more often.
Find Jennifer at www.facebook.com/makeyourmindworkforyou