Psychological factors are the human reactions and behaviors that take place in the absence of conscious awareness. When you are aware of a thought, emotion, or desire, you can then consciously decide to act in a certain way. Psychological factors are most often influenced by our experience, our life situation, and our personality.
Psychological factors also include our beliefs, expectations, values, beliefs, and self-esteem. And while these things can be influenced by our conscious, rational mind, they can also be influenced by the unconscious mind. And while the conscious mind thinks it can control these things, the unconscious mind can actually control these things through the subconscious mind. And the conscious mind thinks it has total control, but the subconscious mind has total control.
The two are really the same thing. We can’t control our subconscious mind, but we can control our conscious mind. And the subconscious mind is where much of our mental problems come from.
One of the ways that the subconscious mind controls the conscious mind is by programming. And when you give people the ability to do things that they can’t do, it’s pretty clear that they don’t want to do it.
Programming is when you take certain things that you cant do and then put them into a machine and then allow it to do certain things. And it turns out that a lot of things that we can do with our brain are really just tricks that we use to trick ourselves. The trick is that we are never aware of it. We convince ourselves that we know that we can do something, but it just takes us a little while to realize that it is just not possible.
We can’t be aware of all of the things we can’t do because we can trick ourselves into thinking that we can do everything. It is actually quite easy to trick ourselves into thinking that we can do everything. For example, we can fool ourselves that we can do everything that we think we can. But it’s easy because it’s so easy to put things into a computer, or a printer, or even a car and tell it to do it.
We actually have a hard time being aware of what we can do, but are often quite aware of what we cant do.
You can have an awareness of what you can do and an awareness of what you can’t do. These two are one and the same. You can fool yourself that you can do something, but you can’t fool yourself that you can’t. In fact, since one can fool someone else into thinking that they are doing something, it is a “fool” of itself. This is very useful.
A simple example is getting a license plate. We can tell if a person has a valid license plate, but we don’t know if they can get a license plate. It’s like being able to tell your own age, but not your parents’ or parents’ parents’ age. We can tell if we can do something, but we can’t tell if we can’t.
But getting a license plate does not automatically make you a driver. It is still a psychological thing, more than anything else.