What is our subconscious?
It’s the key to mankind. It’s the processor of all events, all the information, all the feelings, all the intentions and all the imagination you possess. It’s the storehouse for all memories. It’s the boat which is steered by our thoughts. It’s our lifeline to the other side. It’s the facilitator to all good things, bad things, and even death. The subconscious, a deeper part of our mind, is the kingdom where all magic happens. It holds our secrets; our fears; our deviant deeds, and all the answers we need to get by in this physical life. It regulates our bodies; its functions and tells it to be healthy or to be sick.
It’s a mysterious mechanism, yet simple to use if understood.
The subconscious mind DOES NOT FUNCTION BY MERE WORDS, NOR DOES IT DISTINGUISH between right and wrong. The subconscience mind is neutral. It doesn’t know the meaning of good or bad. It doesn’t work like that. It runs according to our core beliefs and our dominant feelings—which transmutes to pure energy vibrating at various levels. Our core beliefs, and the feelings we have assigned to them, have been established through our experiences. Therefore, if feelings feed the subconscious, wouldn’t it make sense that we feed it good feelings?
Now . . .
Let’s talk about words and their effect in our lives.
If you think of the word peace, instantaneously you’re imagining peaceful images; whether you’re aware of it or not. If you think of the word war, you’re imagining horrendous images such as death and crime. So, if your subconscious mind cannot distinguish words, what happens when we use these words?
Let’s say at this very moment you’re thinking: I WISH WE WEREN’T AT WAR
You may think that you’re wishing for peace when you state I WISH WE WEREN’T AT WAR because that is your thought. But when you’re saying to yourself the word war, there are images and feelings instantaneously associated with it. Without realizing it, you’re imagining bombs and fires and soldiers killing the enemy. It happens within nano-seconds because you’re conditioned to process thoughts instantaneously. THEREFORE, when you think the word war, regardless of how you use it, the images, along with their feelings that you’re sending the subconscious mind—which are bloody battlefields, unfortunately will be delivered to you in the physical world. Your subconscious will not bring you peace because you didn’t use the word peace–which in itself, conjures up an entirely different image and feeling.
NOW . . .
Let’s say you’re thinking this very moment: I WISH THERE WAS PEACE ON EARTH. The very fact that you switched the sentence and wished for peace, evokes thoughts and images of calm, loving, smiling people getting along with each other. You may not realize that this is happening, but it is. Keep in mind that we are taught to communicate with words and pictures. Then during our lifetimes, we attach feelings to our words, and assign meaning to them through our perception and life experiences. What one person sees as beautiful, another may not. But one thing that’s universal is how we depict war and how we depict peace. Using the word peace fills you with the mental image and feeling of love. Peace now is your dominant feeling, whether you realize it or not, and the subconscious mind will deliver only what is dominantly felt.
The subconscious mind, also, is no respector of persons. Now, where did you hear something similar to this? In the Bible, remember? The Bible states that God is no respector of persons. What exactly does this mean?
God is consciousness. God is universal mind. Our conscious—you know, the thing that keeps us aware of life, where we have all these crazy conversations and images—is our direct contact with God’s consciousness. It is NOT our brains. This thing, this field where we think and talk to ourselves and where we pick up on things, stands alone. It’s our antennae to universal oneness with each human being and all living creatures on this planet. We all share a piece of this universal God-consciousness. This is what we are. We are pure consciousness with a physical body who are here to experience feelings and to actualize ourselves. Without being conscious, without consciousness, we wouldn’t exist. We wouldn’t know that we didn’t exist.
Therefore, if God, our conscious, is no respector of persons, which means He doesn’t know bad or good, only feelings, He will deliver to you all that you feel strongly about. Using words and picking them cautiously is critical to life on earth and your personal experience with it. You will get what you truly feel—whether it’s good or bad!
God, our consciousness—the field of creativity—answers prayers. He will deliver what you ask for, will give you what you desire. Either way. He does not prejudice against the words you use; He only works according to the feelings behind the words. This means that you have to be careful of what you say because whether you know it or not, each word you use has been assigned a meaning and feeling. You have exercised your free will. With free will, you can choose your meaning to words and to life. You can choose what you want to say. You can choose your path. When you know universal law and when you understand what and who God is, and when you understand how the mind works, including the subconscious part of it, and when you put it all together, and begin doing good things deliberately, you are on your way to the creating the greatest aspect of you. You begin to play God. You begin to act like God. Why? Because you are made in His image, that’s why.
What is the Law of Attraction: every increment of existence vibrates. All good things vibrate at higher levels. All negative things vibrate at low levels. Using good words, with good meanings attached to them, sends out high energy vibrations that automatically attract and seek out other vibrations equal to itself. Things like abundance, good health, love . . .
Don’t you see? You want good things, set your mind to it. Otherwise you’ll get what you really ask for.