EPIGENETICS AND LEARNING
Most everything you consciously learn eventually becomes epigenetic subconscious programing. Your first steps as an infant were difficult, but as you learned how to walk (watched others walking; tried over and over to keep your balance and walk straight, etc.), those perceptions of what was being taught, and experienced in repetition, eventually changed your genetic blueprint. As your cellular memory became epigenetic subconscious programming, and you learned to walk without consciously thinking about the process.
Driving a car may have also seemed difficult at first, being consciously focused on the brake and gas paddle, the other cars on the road, and stoplights, sounds and signs. Yet eventually you learned to not only drive the car, but to be able to have a conversation, change the car radio station, sing along while moving to the music, and to make it home safely, while paying very little conscious attention to your driving experience. This is because, just like learning to walk, your ability to drive the car went from your conscious mind to your subconscious mind via epigenetic subconscious programming. All while the conversation, song and music has taken place in your conscious mind so that if asked what your driving experience was like, you may know very little, but if asked what your conversation was about, or the song on the radio, you will most likely know in detail.