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Hardly any person thinks. Find out why you might be mistaking mental activity with thinking.
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Hardly any person thinks. Find out why you might be mistaking mental activity with thinking.
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I want to do now is help people understand this. But the breakthrough for me came a man had a little drawing through Man Fleet actually come up with It was a character actor in San Antonio, 1934 where he drew a circle with a little circle underneath it, and he had a straight line join in the two and he said, the little circles, the body of the big circles, the mine, and then he had a horizontal line right through the big circle, he said. On the top half is the conscious, and the bottom half is a subconscious. And then he pointed out that conscious has the ability to accept and reject the subconscious. Only can he accept. It is absolutely no ability to reject this totally deductive. It's like the earth. It's immoral. It doesn't care what you plant, but they will return it. And then he showed how if you don't use the conscious mind because it reasons inductive and deductive Liefer the benefit of people like yourself who used those terminologies when a person's inductive reasoning factor is resting and that's where most of them have it. Most of the time, the subconscious mind is wide open and it's open sesame for whatever is going on, and that's how the paradigm is built. And it's how it's fed and it's usually fed during the person's whole life. Earl Nightingale used to put it very well, he said. The average person does not think I laughed when I first heard that, and then I started thinking about it. He was right. Most people believe everybody thinks hardly anybody thinks sleepwalkers is what I call them. Well, that's a good way to put it. Most people believe that mental activity is thinking it's not. Your brain has images impregnated into the cells. Like if I say, think of your front door, you think of your picture of your front door comes to the screen of your mind Since they think of the desk in your office, The picture your desk comes to your mind, I say. Think of what's inside your fridge. Your mind will go inside your bridge and you'll see what's in there. That is because all these images have been impregnated in the cells in our brain, So when our century factors are affected and they're being affected all the time, by the environment. There's a sound of movement. Somebody says something. There's this going on they're going to that's activating cells in our brain. And so there's an enormous amount of unrelated pictures that are flying around in our brain. And because there's mental activity, people constitute. That is thinking, and it's not. It's mental activity. Thinking is when we activate our higher faculties and we take this power that's flowing to and through us, and it never stops. It's a completely unadulterated creative power, and we build global pictures out of it of our choice, and we join them together and each thought joint to thoughts, and we start to think in an orderly manner. We build ideas, and we know if we can see it in our mind, we can hold it in our hand because we're creative. Being We just have to get emotionally involved, will attract whatever we have to attract. If it's money, you attract the money. If it's another person, you attract the other person. You'll attract whatever is required for the manifestation of the image. Carnegie Andrew Carnegie put that very well, he said. Any idea there is held in the main that's emphasized that's either feared or revered. So the good and bad works the same way, and that's how they fear career will begin at once too close.
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