|The subconscious mind consists of a field of consciousness, in which every impulse of thought that reaches |
the objective mind through any of the five senses, is classified and recorded, and from which thoughs may
be recalled or withdrawn as letters may be taken from a filing cabinet.
|Through a method of procedure, unknown to man, the subconscious mind draws upon the forces of infinite |
intelligence for the power with which it voluntarily transmutes one’s desires into their physical equivalent,
making use, always of the most practical media by which this end may be accomplished.
|You cannot entirely control your subconscious mind, but you can voluntarily hand over to it any plan, |
desire, or purpose which you wish transformed into concrete form.
|You never can tell what a thought will do|
In bringing you hate or love For thouthts are things, and their airy wings
Are swifter than carrier doves.
They follow the law of the universe –
Each thing creates its kind,
And they speed O’ver the track to bring you back
Whatever went out from your mind.
The seven major positive emotions are
The seven major negative emotions are
|The subconscious mind is the intermediary, which translates one’s prayers into terms which Infinite |
Intelligence can recognise, presents the message, and brings back the answer in the form of a definite plan
or idea for procuring the object of the prayer.