Power of Subconscious mind Summary

Name : The power of Subconscious mind
Author :  Joseph Murphy
 
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The Power of Subconscious Mind

Your subconscious mind plays a key role in yours results in every part of life. If let your subconscious control you, your life will be miserable and you won’t even know why.
 
Your subconscious mind controls your beliefs, your self-image, your habits, your tastes, your strengths, your weaknesses, your motivation, your values, your skills, your memory, your emotions, your worldview. It can be your greatest ally if you learn to use it, or it can be your greatest enemy if you let it control you.
 

Infinite riches are all around you if you will open your mental eyes and behold the treasure house of infinity within you. There is a gold mine within you from which you can extract everything you need to live life gloriously, joyously, and abun-dantly. Many are sound asleep because they do not know about this gold mine of infinite intelligence and boundless love within themselves.
Whatever you want, you can draw forth. A mag-netized piece of steel will lift about twelve times its own weight, and if you demagnetize this same piece of steel, it will not even lift a feather.

The marvelous power of your subconscious

You can bring into your life more power, more wealth, more health, more happiness, and more joy by learning to con-tact and release the hidden power of your subconscious mind.
You need not acquire this power; you already possess it. But, you want to learn how to use it; you want to understand it so that you can apply it in all departments of your life.

Within your subconscious depths lie infinite wisdom, in-finite power, and infinite supply of all that is necessary, which is waiting for development and expression. Begin now to recog-nize these potentialities of your deeper mind, and they will take form in the world without.
The infinite intelligence within your subconscious mind can reveal to you everything you need to know at every moment of time and point of space provided you are open-minded and receptive. You can receive new thoughts and ideas enabling you to bring forth new inventions, make new discoveries, or write books and plays.

It is your right to discover this inner world of thought, feel ing, and power, of light, love, and beauty. Though invisible, its forces are mighty. Within your subconscious mind you will find the solution for every problem, and the cause for every effect.

The conscious and subconscious minds

An excellent way to get acquainted with the two functions of your mind is to look upon your own mind as a garden. You are a gardener, and you are planting seeds (thoughts) in your subconscious mind all day long, based on your habitual think-ing. As you sow in your subconscious mind, so shall you reap in your body and environment.

Begin now to sow thoughts of peace, happiness, right ac-tion, good will, and prosperity. Think quietly and with interest on these qualities and accept them fully in your conscious reason-ing mind. Continue to plant these wonderful seeds (thoughts) in the garden of your mind, and you will reap a glorious harvest.

When your mind thinks correctly, when you understand the truth, when the thoughts deposited in your subconscious mind are constructive, harmonious, and peaceful, the magic working power of your subconscious will respond and bring about harmonious conditions, agreeable surroundings, and the best of everything.

The conscious mind is like the navigator or captain at the bridge of a ship. He directs the ship and signals orders to men in the engine room, who in turn control all the boilers, instruments, gauges, etc. The men in the engine room do not know where they are going; they follow orders. They would go on the rocks if the man on the bridge issued faulty or wrong instructions based on his findings with the compass, sextant, or other instruments.

The men in the engine room obey him be-cause he is in charge and issues orders, which are automatically obeyed. Members of the crew do not talk back to the captain; they simply carry out orders.

Your subconscious mind takes the orders you give it based upon what your conscious mind believes and accepts as true. When you repeatedly say to people, “I can’t afford it,” then your subconscious mind takes you at your word and sees to it that you will not be in a position to purchase what you want.

As long as you persist in saying, “I can’t afford that car, that trip to Europe, that home, that fur coat or ermine wrap,” you can rest assured that your subconscious mind will follow your or-ders, and you will go through life experiencing the lack of all these things.

Some Great Points and Lessons From the Book : –

God is Life, and that is your life now. Life is self-renewing, eternal, and indestructible, and is the reality of all men. You live forever, because your life is God’s life.
Your gray hair is an asset. You are not selling your gray hairs. You are selling your talent, abilities, and wisdom, which you have garnered through the years.
Your subconscious mind works twenty-four hours a day and makes provisions for your benefit, pouring all the fruit of your habitual thinking into your lap.
Your subconscious has the answer to all problems. If you suggest to your subconscious prior to sleep, “I want to get up at 6 A.M.,” it will awaken you at that exact time.
The treasure house is within you. Look within for the an-swer to your heart’s desire.
You have the power to choose. Choose health and happiness. You can choose to be friendly, or you can choose to be unfriendly. Choose to be co-operative, joyous, friendly, lovable, and the whole world will respond.
Your mind is not evil. No force of nature is evil. It depends how you use the powers of nature. Use your mind to bless, heal, and inspire all people everywhere.
 Whatever your conscious mind assumes and believes to be true, your subconscious mind will accept and bring to pass. Believe in good fortune, divine guidance, right action, and all the blessings of life.
Imagine the happy ending or solution to your problem, feel the thrill of accomplishment, and what you imagine and feel will be accepted by your subconscious mind and bring it to pass.
Keep your conscious mind busy with the expectation of the best, and your subconscious will faithfully reproduce your habitual thinking.
Know that faith is like a seed planted in the ground; it grows after its kind. Plant the idea (seed) in your mind, water and fertilize it with expectancy, and it will manifest.
Change your thoughts, and you change your destiny.
Your subconscious mind controls all the vital processes of your body and knows the answer to all problems.
All disease originates in the mind. Nothing appears on the body unless there is a mental pattern corresponding to it.
There is only one process of healing and that is faith. There is only one healing power, namely, your subconscious mind.

 Ideas worth remembering 

1. The treasure house is within you. Look within for the answer to your heart’s desire.

2. The great secret possessed by the great men of all ages was their ability to contact and release the powers of their sub conscious mind. You can do the same.

3. Your subconscious has the answer to all problems. If you suggest to your subconscious prior to sleep, “I want to get up at 6 A.M.,” it will awaken you at that exact time.

4. Your subconscious mind is the builder of your body and can heal you. Lull yourself to sleep every night with the idea of perfect health, and your subconscious, being your faithful servant, will obey you.

5. Every thought is a cause, and every condition is an effect.

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