“It is a psychological law that whatever we wish to accomplish, we must impress on the subjective or subconscious mind.”
-Orison Swett Marden
Okay, so last week, I talked about the conscious and subconscious mind.
In this post, you’ll learn about the third mind and how you can use all through three to your benefit.
So, what’s this Universal Mind?
The Super-Conscious Mind
This is otherwise referred to as the “God Mind”, the one that converts thoughts into reality. It is the realm of all knowledge and wisdom but only few know how to voluntarily access it. It’s this mind that has brought into reality everything that you see happening in your life and around you. It is the highest level of the three minds that, when accessed can provide solutions to the most pressing issues.
It is the home of all levels of vibrations.
All our thoughts are represented as vibrations. When we think, those vibrations tend to meet with other vibrations on our level but have the ability to move to higher levels. What this means is that the level of our thought vibrations in this realm is dependent on how stimulated our mind is and how predominant that thought is.
Geniuses often have access to this higher level of vibration than any other human. This is why in order to track down a genius (who might be a villain), you need to use another genius (as a cop or investigator). You can relate this to the TV series, Prison Break with Alex Mahone tracking Scofield (I just love those guys).
It’s in this realm that ideas flow from one person to another. This is why, when you have an idea, hold on to it and act on it if not, it’ll just find someone else vibrating on the same level who will.
The good thing about this mind is that it doesn’t bring anything into your reality without your consent. This shows that you have the power to determine what happens to you. It all starts with you, the conscious mind.
How Can You Use These Servants To Your Benefit?
Now, here comes the interesting part. One thing you should note is that all these three minds are actually just one mind in three dimensions.
The normal method of getting thoughts into your subconscious mind is to make them predominant. Well, there’s another way which is much faster.
When you drift off to sleep, you partially leave your conscious state of mind. The rule of predominance also works here, only that it’s much faster. The thoughts you feed yourself with in this state get a fast track into the sub-conscious mind. It’s just like being in a trance. You leave all distractions and oppressive thoughts behind and you become at rest. This is the best time to give your life instructions on how you want it to turn out.
This is where positive affirmations come in. By making positive affirmations on different areas in your life regularly, you trigger positive results, results that you want to see.
Now you may be wondering, “How do I make positive affirmations on my life when I’m not even conscious?” You can, but you have to start the process before you enter this state. As you stay in bed and recite these affirmations from your head or a book, you might drift off to sleep. Even as you doze off, you are still conscious of the fact that you are reading something and you find yourself still reading even though your concentration reduces. It is during this time that you “hypnotize yourself”.
As you do this often, you might find yourself reciting the affirmations even as you gain consciousness in the morning. Also, don’t leave everything to bedtime. Throughout your day, say them to yourself occasionally when you have the chance. This will turn them to predominant thoughts and then will be transferred to the next level.
In other words, the key is stay positive most of the time. I said most of the time because negative thoughts creep up sometimes (getting rid of them is not as easy as it sounds). But when you notice that your thoughts are negative, wave them off and replace them. The more you do this, the more positive your world would turn out to be. Your mind can change your reality; it just depends on how you use it.
Do you think I missed out anything? How else do you think we can influence the thoughts in our subconscious mind? I’d really love to hear your insightful comments.
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