In simple terms we have two aspects of our mind…two distinct functions and/or responsibilities. One is limited or more confined and the other is limitless with astounding capability. Both the limited aspect of our minds and the unlimited aspect have value and play an important role in our achieving optimal success. One part, however, presents to the average person a definitive advantage over the other. Can you guess which one?
For as far back as I can recall and likely well before then, our society has focused almost exclusively to the development and use of the more limited part of our mental capability — the conscious or objective mind. We teach to it, test for it, hire and promote significantly based on how well a person has used or uses it. What has not been examined and leveraged significantly is the limitless part of our mental capability — the subconscious or subjective mind. Fully accessing and leveraging it’s power has broadly been ignored.
This week’s Master Key reading seemed to make this case very simply. Check out a couple of the passages… Hannal says, “The personal or conscious/objective mind has the power of will and choice and can therefore exercise discrimination in the selection of methods to bring about the solutions you seek. The impersonal, or spiritual/subjective mind cannot exercise such choice BUT it has Infinite resources at its command. It can and does bring about results by methods which the human or individual mind can have no possible conception.” He goes on to say, “…it is your privilege to depend upon the human will with all its limitations and misconceptions OR you may utilize the potentialities of Infinity by make use of the subconscious mind.” So limited or limitless? Which do you choose to develop and strengthen? As the quote says up top, you have what it takes to make your dreams come true. Reawaken your limitless mindset!
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