December 10


If a Child Needs Guidance, Do You Help?

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The Power of Our Subconscious Minds

No doubt when any of us gives help to a little girl or boy when that child needs guidance, we all feel that what we are saying to them is correct because of our experiences. And we do this because we care about them and because they are learning and simply don’t know what we know yet.

We want the best for kids, right?

Of course we do!

A Child Needs Guidance: Our Subconscious Minds

So, why do many people not do the same for their own subconscious mind? Our subconscious mind is gullible and will listen to us and believe exactly what we tell it, whether it be positive or negative. And it will act upon it.

  • Would you willingly tell a child to believe in something that you knew was wrong?
  • Would you have them speak negatively about themselves?
  • Would you have them worry over things that may not even happen?

Of course not.

So why do many, many people do this to their own minds? What about our own inner child, our subconscious mind?

The Power of our Thoughts

There’s lots of crazy stuff going on in the world that we can’t control. But there is ONE THING that we can control: our own thoughts.

Throughout my many years of searching, reading, studying and hands on practice to help myself and others in my life, the best thing I have come across is the Master Key Experience (MKE) because it has simply been the best thing to help me to control my thoughts. It’s even shown me how we can actually “rewire” our brain and get rid of negative thoughts if we work on it.

If we don’t work on it, we get what we get and we go to the grave with that.

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Rewire the Brain

Rewiring the brain in a big way doesn’t happen in a hurry, especially for us who have a few years under our belt, BUT it will work when we do something about it.

A few years ago I made a conscious decision to put in the work, change some habits day by day and not be one of those people who spend more time watching TV than they do on working on themselves, so they could (if they do the work) create a better life for themselves.

I’m grateful for the MKE tools and skills to not only work on my subconscious mind to create a better life for myself, but importantly also for my beautiful kids.


Read more articles by Darren Davis

About the author

After surviving 30 years of depression, Darren has a passion for helping others. As a certified Emotional Therapist & Personal Coach, he gets great satisfaction guiding people to resolve subconscious and conscious limitations so they can gain a clearer mind and go on to live a more fulfilling life just like they were born to.

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  • Just beautiful Darren! It becomes so clear what importance our thoughts and feelings are of for ourselves. I like the thought that our subconscious is our inner child. Actually have I never before seen it so clearly. Of course it is! Thank you so much for sharing this Darren!

  • Spot on, Darren! When I was challenged to speak to anyone else the same way I spoke to myself, I was devestated ! NEVER would I speak such rudeness and unkindness to someone else. The feeling that left with me is what I have linked to speaking to myself – I feel it less and less, because I love myself and speak to myself accordingly. Beautifully written, my friend. Thank you!

  • I love your metaphor comparing the subby to a little child…It really helps doing the right thing when it comes to dealing with our current thoughts. Thanks for this great post, Darren!

  • From the grapevine I’ve heard some alarming things are happening in the land down under. Needless to say, Darren, your knowing, growing, self-leadership presence makes you a major factor in the way things evolve down there. Thanks for continuing to stay active sharing the MKE message with the world. 🙂

  • Darren, thanks for the gems you shared in your blog. It’s so important to realize that your subconscious needs guidance just like a child does. Your mind doesn’t need to be filled with negative thoughts or be worried about something that might not even happen. Also the importance of realizing that the only thing we have power over is our thoughts. Lastly understanding how to rewire our brain and acknowledging that it takes time to do this. It is not something that happens over night. Thanks for sharing your thoughts and ideas on the power of our subconscious minds. How did you go about rewiring your mind and what kind of results happened because of it?

  • Thanks, Darren, for this beautiful blog! It is lovely teaching that the subconscious mind is like a child. Love and care for it and treat it well with lots of positive input and it will do amazing things in your life.

  • Darren, thank you for reframing how I think of my “inner child”/Subby and how important it is to speak to her wisely, firmly, clearly– I will pass this awareness on to others now, too. Bless you!

  • What a beautiful way to help us reach that inner child and help her to blossom even more, while setting examples for how to do it for others. Thank you, Darren!

  • Darren I enjoyed your blog post and the points you made in it. People forget about the inner child so quickly and get wrapped up in the world which distracts them more. The MKE is the perfect experience for them too reconnect with the inner child and discover who they are ment to be.

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