EPI AND THE UNCONSCIOUS MIND
Webster’s dictionary defines unconsciousness as a state of not knowing or perceiving, of unawareness. Scientific research has revealed that the average person lives 95% to 99% of their entire life in their unconscious mind. This means that if the average human lives to 80 years of age, they will have lived more than 75 years in their mind and less than 5 years present in life – without knowing it. While the conscious mind plays a very important part in epigenetics, the subconscious mind, which is a million times more powerful than your conscious mind, is the core focus of our epigenetic study.
“Neuroscientists have shown that the conscious mind provides 5% or less of our cognitive (conscious) activity during the day. And the unconscious mind is running us on its automatic pilot mode, 95% of the time.” - Dr Bruce Lipton, Stanford University