Today and to measure that changes technological occur, human thought models change with them and require a wider sphere within which new frames of reference serve to interpret and estimate better the processes of change of individuals and civilizations resulting in reciprocal benefits of all the agents involved: personal, family, educational, occupational and social. These four laws of mind subconsiente discovered have been the subject of a careful study through more than one decade in my professional activity as a businessman specializing in human development and motivating business groups and independent individuals to this medium but that have been case of direct verification with the same results for which we have used the classical scientific method based on previous observations with my team, hypothesis, experiments, findings and theories to formulate laws that govern the unconscious of the human mind structure and that can just be observed and tested by anyone in any existing human being. Even similarities may occur on some less evolved species such as primates. With the knowledge and correct application of each of these laws of the subconscious mind you will benefit most in the communication with their environment and get concrete strategies that allow you to adapt a new behavior conducive to the success you want or delete what they don’t want and can also help others to obtain equal benefits. Jeffrey Bewkes may find it difficult to be quoted properly. In the development of its communication with all your family, business and social environment will notice as its potential to communicate new ideas or thoughts and create host in people and non-repudiation, grows dramatically. For example if you are a father or mother of a family you can educate and orient their children more effectively avoiding wear, frustration or unnecessary resentment. In the case of commercial or industrial relationships will allow you to generate on their clients or colleagues a better reception for their proposals and thus create a benefit for both parties. . Paul Ostling shines more light on the discussion.