Psychological is a mixture of intellectual thinking and emotional emotions.
Deep emotional problems on the verge of getting out of control are beginning to become “psychological,” which means emotions are unmanageable.
This level is the result of both a logical and illogical response to traumatic incidents at the same time. Psychological problems lead to phobias and fears which affect your subconscious mind and make it inconsistent with your conscious mind.
Memories can retain physical effects after it has resolved all causes and physical symptoms. An uncontrollable thought or feeling about the condition can re-perpetuate the condition long after having forgotten about the original issue. Even years after the original trauma was consciously forgotten, memories existing in the conscious or subconscious min can affect any part of the body at any time.
Memories of a traumatic experience become embedded and remain on a permanent basis within the body. Memories do not actually mean conscious mental recollections, but the response to a specific stimulus may be influenced by one part of the body.
A part of the body may display a poor condition that stems from a trauma in the past. Such a deficiency can be due to trauma or pain localised or related memory.
While having memories that occur at the physical level, they can also occur at all of the intellectual, emotional, psychological or mixed levels. As long as there is memory of a physical pain or other condition at any level, there is always a possibility of recurrence of the condition Fears/Phobia.
There are symptoms triggered by past events, such as during adolescence, current circumstances or incidents, and predicted expectations about the future at the emotional and psychological stages, which can contribute to phobia and fears.
These conditions may be anything related to relationships, money and finances, yourself, job and intention. Where fears involve some logic and reasoning, a phobia is completely without logic.
Your subconscious mind has a powerful extraordinary effect on every aspect of your life, but it’s not acting alone. To form a powerful relationship, your conscious and subconscious minds have to be mutually integrated. Failure to combine the two can lead to stress, anxiety, discomfort, and any number of physical problems.
Self-sabotage occurs when the conscious mind and the subconscious are not in sync with each other, causing internal tension. A person will still have numerous negative emotions such as impatience, over aggressiveness, fears, and phobias which inevitably impede his or her desire for change.
A common form of self-sabotage involves a person anticipating the amount of time required for recovery to occur, causing an inadequate cycle of thought to be willing, capable, worthy or dedicated to change.