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Beyond the Power of Your Subconscious Mind
in your conscious mind. You must acknowledge the answer is in your
subconscious mind. However, if you say, “I don’t think there is any way
out; I am all mixed up and confused; why don’t I get an answer?” you are
neutralizing your desire.
Still the wheels of your mind, relax, let go, and quietly affirm: “My
subconscious knows the answer. It is responding to me now. I give thanks
because I know the infinite intelligence of my subconscious knows all
things and is revealing the perfect answer to me now.”
Review of highlights
1. Think good, and good follows. Think evil, and evil follows. You are
what you think about all day long.
2. Your subconscious mind does not argue with you. It accepts what
your conscious mind decrees. If you say, “I can’t afford it,” it may be
true, but do not say it. Select a better thought, decree, “I’ll buy it. I
accept it in my mind.”
3. 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 cooperative, joyous, friendly, lovable, and the whole world will
respond. This is the best way to develop a wonderful personality.
4. Your conscious mind is the “watchman at the gate.” Its chief function
is to protect your subconscious mind from false impressions. Choose
to believe that something good can happen and is happening now.
Your greatest power is your capacity to choose. Choose happiness
and abundance.
5. The suggestions and statements of others have no power to hurt you.
The only power is the movement of your own thought. You can choose
to reject the thoughts or statements of others and affirm the good. You
have the power to choose how you will react.
This is very important. Too often we “idolize” certain key figures in our
lives who may have good intentions for our well-being, but often underes-
timate the power their words have upon us. Especially when we are small
children. A parent who says in frustration, “What’s the matter with you, any-