Conquer the mind: Find Freedom

mindboxblThe diagram shows we mostly ignore the right hand side which represents our infinite inner resources – our real self. In effect we’re living a lie, by confining ourselves to the boxed in thinking process on the left (in the box), so how can we expect it to be trouble-free or totally satisfying?

The wondrous mind

Because the human mind operates solely on sense input (left side in the diagram) it constricts thought to the same little journey – hardly a journey at all – during the whole of a lifetime. First, a sense reaction comes in. The (self constructed by each individual) ego brings in memory and throws the reaction around in the very limited lower mind. The intellect judges by means of juggling the ego and memory – a continuous circus act going on in your head all the time – and projecting an imagined outcome (which makes you feel sad, happy or neutral). What a contemptible existence the little human mind lives when it refuses to accept its potential beyond the three dimensional sphere.

The whole mind is so vast it’s indescribable. We appear to be little solid objects but, as science has now confirmed, the solid aspect of us is minuscule compared to the multi dimensions that apply to us and every other spec of matter.

Our real mind is infinite. (The reality of us is we are a boundary-less infinity – quote: Prof. Stephen Hawking et al). Some refer to it as the universal mind. I often call it our our wondrous mind.

Is this greater mind somewhere else? No. All the other, mostly unexploited, dimensions of us are here and now, in every nanosecond of existence.

So, why can’t we use this gargantuan inbuilt wondrous mind? Surely we could sort out everything in a trice if we use a mind of much greater capacity.

This is the wrong approach. We can use it. It’s a case of won’t use it rather than can’t, if you’re not using it already. As I’ve said, the wondrous infinite mind is accessible here and now, this very second you’re reading these words and every other second in time too.

If you fall into the category of ‘would like to use it but don’t know how to’ I’ll say a few more words for you. We can imbibe our infinite mind into daily life without affecting our lifestyle or our desires. The benefits of doing so are almost too many to mention but they include:

  • being calm and impenetrably strong when encountering untoward happenings,
  • not being affected by potential stress,
  • sorting out problems and wobbly relationships with ease,
  • removing fear of death (your wondrous mind knows there is no such thing – consciousness carries on infinitely),
  • being full of life but indescribably content whatever your circumstances

Think of the health improvements and the efficiency-in-action gains that could ensue by having your calm powerful self operating all the time.

How do we use it? Take on a little mind bathing, which means regular (LAYA or similar) meditation and a simple practical system, over a period of about a year, of releasing all the rust in your mind. It’s the rust, the deeply furrowed impressions, that holds us back. Take on a little truth about yourself – a bit at a time – until you accept that you are what has now been scientifically confirmed. What you’ll conclude is that you’ve brought yourself to this point in your evolution and you are responsible for your evolution.

If this sounds either strange, unacceptable or confusing, do read my book Discover Your Subtle Self, which, I intended, should to enable a better understanding of the true nature of ourselves – and how understanding it solves almost every problem we encounter in this 3 dimensional consciousness.

© John Lamb

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