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The GIGO principle

The GIGO principle

GIGO - Garbage In Garbage Out or Good In Good Out

Your Subconscious operates by the GIGO principle.

It simply accepts what you give it as input, it does not argue with you.

If you give it negative input (garbage in) it will then give you negative output (garbage out)

If you give it positive input (good in) it will give you positive output (good out)

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