There is a superior nature within man, this nature alone should be recognized and felt; only those thoughts and ideas that are formed in the exact likeness of the superior should be impressed upon the subconscious, and the subconscious will respond by giv- ing superiority to the entire mentality and the entire personality. If the original book was published in multiple volumes then this reprint is of only one volume, not the whole set. To have faith is to be guided by superior mental lucidity, and thereby know how to select what is safe and secure; and he who knows that he is on the safe path, the ascending path, the endless path to better things and greater things, has eliminated fear abso- lutely. To think feelingly about wrong is to im- press wrong upon the subconscious; it is to sow undesirable seeds in the garden of the mind, and a harvest of weeds — sickness, trouble and want, will be the result. About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2017. When the subconscious is impressed by external conditions the impressions will be like those conditions and, as like produces like, conditions will be produced in the subconscious that are exactly like those external conditions from which the impres- sions came.
It is sowing weeds in the fields of the mind, and the harvest will be accordingly. Margaret Ruth Broome - a trusted and longtime student of Neville's - edited and transcribed these talks from a series of personal notes. To think, with conviction, that human nature is weak, is to impress upon the sub- conscious the idea of weakness, and the subconscious will respond by producing a tendency to weakness. When the subconscious is given some- thing special to do every night sleep will become more restful; the subconscious always works during sleep, but will work more orderly when given something definite to do. In this audiobook the most important of the mental and metaphysical laws known to date are considered from every possible viewpoint, the principal object being to ascertain their real nature as well as their power and use. We hope that these rare, evergreen images will gain wider currency amongst the Indian diaspora and a broader audience. Never command the subconscious to do thus or so, but desire with a deep, strong desire, that the sub- conscious do what you desire to have done, and animate that desire with the faith that it positively will be done.
The sub- conscious is exact as to time, and will produce, at the time desired, as much power and intelligence as you felt you 57 needed for the special work when the impression was made. It will therefore have tanned pages, age spots and plenty of shelf wear. Each page is checked manually before printing. It is therefore wisdom to sow good seeds only; to eliminate all undesirable thought, ideas and feelings before sleep begins. The subconscious does not respond to mere commands, because it neither rea- sons nor discriminates; it does not obey what it is told to do, but what it is im- 25 pressed to do. Every thought, desire 01 idea that is taken into the subconscious as mind falls asleep will be impressed upon the sub- conscious, and will cause corresponding expressions to be brought forth into the personality.
The more intense the fear the deeper the subconscious impression, and the more we shall receive of that which we feared we should receive. To promote this awakening, direct the subconscious to give its best to every thought and every action, and when this best has been received, direct the subcon- scious to produce something still better. To know how the mind works, therefore, we must know something about these laws. Each page is checked manually before printing. When all the conditions are provided for properly recuperating and recharging the system during sleep, and the subcon- scious is directed to steadily increase the supply of power, the personality will become stronger and more vigorous from year to year; instead of going down to weakness 87 and age the personality will go on to greater strength, greater capacity, greater ability and greater power the longer you liveo To go to sleep properly is to wake up feeling refreshed, but to go to sleep with all sorts of impressions in the mind and all sorts of conditions in the body is to wake up feeling stupid and depressed. Concentrate upon the finer mental life in that part of the body where the adverse condition appears and feel the reality of perfect health.
The great essential is to desire with the whole heart; that is, to give our desires all the life and power that we can possibly arouse from the depths of invincible being. The first object is to carry into the subconscious the new ideas that have formed during the day and the second object is to recharge the system with life, power and energy. To remove sickness forget sickness abso- lutely, and impress upon the subconscious the idea of health, and that idea alone. This is true progress; it is concentrating the whole of attention upon the present advancement, and there is no other advancement. Fold-outs if any not included. It is through this law that man is affected by his environments, surroundings and external conditions, because whenever he permits himself to be deeply impressed by that with which he may come in contact those impressions will enter the subcon- scious.
To consciously live through and through the finer subconscious mentality for a few moments, several times every day, and deeply impress one's most perfect realiza- tion of health upon the entire subconscious mentality will cause the subconscious to give a full and constant expression of health. The stronger our desires for wisdom, power, attainments and achievements dur- ing the waking state, the more thoroughly will the subconscious work for those things during sleep. When we go to sleep in states of discord the mental material becomes confused and incoherent mental formations are pro- duced; these are sometimes remembered as disagreeable dreams. However, for its age it is still very useable, and a great read. . To enter into full conscious possession of the higher power from within, and to give full right of way to this power, is to give your objective talents and faculties the greatest power and the best power at your command. During sleep the conscious ego withdraws from the circumference of the mental circles and enters the mental field within; that is, the subconscious.
Desire health with all the power of mind, and fill both sides of mentality, conscious and subconscious, so completely with that desire that every thought of sickness is forgotten. Understandably the results of this reinforcement in the divide created widespread administrative confusion and conflict. The same is true in the various ideas that are formed during the day and that are taken into the great within either at sleep or during waking states of deep feeling. I believe in the power of the great within. Finally between 1414 and 1418, the Council of Constance was successful in healing the Schism. The Science of Mind is one of those spiritual classics that belongs on the bookshelf of anyone who wishes a life for themselves free of compulsion and negativity. I recommend all of Christian Larson's books, they have great depth in knowledge and understanding.
We invariably receive what we desire, no more, no less. You may secure from life whatever you desire, because there is no limit to life, and no limit to your capacity to live. If it is multi volume set, then it is only single volume, if you wish to order a specific or all the volumes you may contact us. In this book Larson explains that unlimited possibilities exist in the subconscious of every mind, and since these possibilities can be developed, there is no end to the attainments and achievements of man. To steadily increase subconscious actio fO and give that action a well-poised expression will cause the personality to become prac- tically irresistible in its power of attrac- tion. Some, though not so bad in themselves, are exceedingly bad in their cumulative effects, and cause us at times much loss, much pain and anguish, while their opposites would, on the contrary, bring as much peace and joy, as well as a continually increasing power.
When all the conditions are provided for properly recuperating and recharging the system during sleep, and the subcon- scious is directed to steadily increase the supply of power, the personality will become stronger and more vigorous from year to year; instead of going down to weakness 87 and age the personality will go on to greater strength, greater capacity, greater ability and greater power the longer you liveo To go to sleep properly is to wake up feeling refreshed, but to go to sleep with all sorts of impressions in the mind and all sorts of conditions in the body is to wake up feeling stupid and depressed. When you try to impress the subconscious with the idea that you do not wish to get sick any more you have sickness in mind, and it is the idea that you have in mind that you impress upon the subconscious. Everything that has worth, be it in a small degree, or in a very great degree, comes directly from the richness of the subconscious; therefore, to do the greater, the mind should enter into the closest touch with the great within, and should expect the very best that the limitless within can produce. These concerns were intensified with the knowledge that a number of cardinals still resided and worked from Avignon. Many citizens were confused and concerned about the divide in the Catholic Church, but those who were not perplexed decided to make an opportunity out of this disagreement. The fact that we can have an ideal, proves that we have the power to secure it.
It is not only ideas, but the way those ideas are arranged, that determines re- sults; and it is not only high-class work, but the way that work is presented, that determines the measure of success. The most important of all, however, is to live, think and act in the absolute faith that the subconscious can and will do whatever it is directed to do. The subconscious should never be ap- proached in the attitude of command or demand, but always in the attitude of faith and desire. I looked around upon the world, and saw that it was shadowed by sorrow and scorched by the fierce fires of suffering. This is to help identify between this rift in the church and an earlier schism which occurred in 1054. The development of the subconscioi side of the entire personality will increaj the drawing power of the personality, tl power that attracts, both directly an indirectly, whatever the mind may desir This power is the result of subconscioi action, and therefore increases, both i volume and in natural attraction, as greater measure of the within is awakenei There are many personalities that ai strong, but that do not attract, while thei are many others that lack in power bi that are very attractive in proportion to tt power they do possess. Every desire or tendency that takes root in the subconscious will begin to develop and express itself in the personal self, and will be felt throughout the personality.