The concept of the subconscious mind is often misunderstood and shrouded in mystery. However, it is a vital part of our mental functioning and plays a significant role in shaping our beliefs, behaviors, and decision-making. First, let's define the subconscious mind. The subconscious mind is the part of our mental processing that occurs below the level of conscious awareness. It is responsible for automatic thoughts and behaviors, as well as for storing and processing information that we may not be aware of. The subconscious mind can be thought of as a vast, unseen force that shapes our beliefs, behaviors, and decision-making. Belief-disbelief is a fundamental concept in the realm of the subconscious mind. Our beliefs are shaped by the information we receive from the world around us and our own personal experiences. These beliefs can be positive or negative, and they can influence our thoughts, behaviors, and decision-making in powerful ways. Disbelief, on the other hand, is the opposite of belief. It is the absence of belief or the refusal to accept something as true. Trust-mistrust is another important concept in the realm of the subconscious mind. Trust is the belief in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone or something. It is the foundation of healthy relationships and is essential for successful communication and collaboration. Master’s Solution: Clarification of belief-disbelief, trust-mistrust eliminates the concepts of belief and trust in the subconscious mind and provide your mind the freedom from past beliefs. It also gives the additional energy and let the mind to flow. This Master’s Solution changes your beliefs and build trust in yourself and others. The sample: • We wanted to believe • We were told: "And the mountains will move if there is faith" • We wanted our faith to move mountains • We wanted our faith to be the truest, most correct • We wanted to be sure of the rightness of our faith • Our faith was based on trust in someone / something • We believed in the power of our inner, subjective immutable beliefs • We believed, and did not require proof • We looked for evidence of the truth of our faith for ourself/ another • We needed proofs in order to believe someone / something or in someone / something • We believed someone/ something or in someone/ or something without a reason or verification • We believed and knew the reason for our faith and knew the source of our faith • We believed and did not know why we believed In conclusion, the subconscious mind plays a crucial role in shaping our beliefs, behaviors, and decision-making. The Master's Solutions is the most powerful tool for addressing belief-disbelief and trust-mistrust in the subconscious mind and creating more positive, empowering beliefs and trust.