The unconscious mind can be like a screenwriter editing the screenplay of your mind.
What you play there, determines the power of the mind and the kind of life you live and the experiences you meet.
As long as you are in conscious connectedness with the unconscious mind, you have the power of the mind.
That may seem difficult, but only to the ego-based thought system explosion that we know of as humankind.
In the first book of my series we dive deep into…By understanding the power of the unconscious mind—realizing it through the inner body, you are like a tree that is deeply rooted in the earth, or a building with a deep foundation, or the ocean below the surf.
This analogy was used by Jesus when he walked this earth, in the misunderstood parable about the two men who build their houses.
Tapping into your true foundation is important and why I urge you to seek mindfulness meditation techniques. Meditation on a regular basis is soothing and keeps you solid as rock.
One man builds on sand without a foundation, and where storms and floods come sweep the house away.
The other man digs deep until he reaches rock. This man’s house does not get swept away by disasters.
(Let me interject to refer you to this related article when you’re finished here. It’s about why making dreams a reality easily accomplished by reflecting reality behind the dream.)
Your Inner Depths
Deep within the unconscious mind, inside the space that makes the music, the power of the mind, is the foundation that Jesus wanted us to realize, and not perceived external belief systems made by man which we can say is ego.
Prayer is a way of asking for something.
But the only meaningful prayer is for forgiveness of self, because those who have been forgiven have everything.
Once forgiveness of self has been accepted, you have opened yourself to the unconscious mind and prayer in the sense that we’re used to as humans becomes utterly meaningless.
The prayer for forgiveness of self is nothing more than a request that you may be able to recognize what you already have the power of the mind—for example, the space between the notes that “creates” your symphony.
Don’t give all of your attention away to the unconscious mind.
In book 2 you will learn how…By all means, focus on what you are doing; but feel the inner body at the same time, as though it realizes the background music, whenever and wherever possible. Here you will be directed to your maximum potential.
Deeply listen and stay rooted within. It’s how to manifest miracles in your life, and you can see more on that here.
Then observe how the unconscious mind changes the quality of your initial perceptions on a new undertaking.
See how often you are of optimistic minded, and thinking truly positive, and most of all, how often you just seem to “know.”
This is the power of the mind.
The Course in Miracles asks us, “Why is it strange to you that faith can move mountains?”
When challenges occur, go within and make it a habit to focus as much as you can on the inner energy (pure thought) field within you. This is what the unconscious mind breathes as its oxygen.
Knowledge is merely the result. Any response you will need for any given situation will come from this energy.
This is how God Works in “Mysterious Ways.”
The Course in Miracles further adds that…Truth can only be known.
All of it is equally true, and knowing any part of it is to know all of it. Only perception involves partial awareness. Knowledge is all one and has no separate parts. When you are one with it, then you will know yourself.
(Please note I also suggest this related article about discovering your purpose in life and igniting your full potential.)
This knowing is spirit, and spirit knows God.