Uploaded on Apr 8, 2010
How to Gain Total Self-Mastery over Your Fears, Habits & Emotions
Click to Watch Burt's Video Introduction to this Second Lesson and the Three Techniques He'll be Revealing
Learn to be a master OF mind rather than mastered BY mind.
The mind is a wonderfully amazing and mysterious thing, with the abilities to memorize, calculate, reason and recall.
The mind can envision a creation that doesn't yet exist, view it in 3-D and extrapolate the materials needed to bring it to life. It can analyze and ponder, theorize and suppose. Our mind literally controls every function in our physical bodies, from breathing and walking to the behaviors and attitudes that stem from our innermost beliefs.
In fact, next to the Spirit itself, the mind is the most mysterious and fascinating aspect of the human body. Science can't unravel it and religion doesn't even address it, yet it is the key to everything about our world that we call "life".
The mind is, in fact, a powerful tool. One that when used correctly, can shape and bend reality to meet your every desire.
Using the power of thought, you can literally create a reality that mimics your innermost dreams and aspirations. You can create happiness, abundance and even good health.
Unfortunately, the mind doesn't know if it's being used correctly or not. On its own, the mind simply gives equal energy to any thought with focus, interpreting that focus as a desire or intent.
This tool of power and beauty also controls our fears, habits and emotions. It causes us to fear irrational things. It causes us to get addicted to certain foods, it causes us to get angry in the presence of certain people.
It doesn't distinguish between good or bad nor does it have any attachment to a particular result. It just is what it is. If left unchecked, the mind will continue to bend and shape reality as it was designed to but without any regard to the reality it is creating.
Think about it for a moment: if we didn't believe we were mad, would we still feel the anger? If we didn't believe we were hungry, would we still overeat?
"Thinking Creates An Image"
In his wonderful book, "Your Winner's Image," Bob Proctor quotes his teacher Leland Val Vandewall:
Thinking creates an image. Images control feelings. Feelings cause actions and actions create results."
~ Bob Proctor ~
When we think we are hungry, we are. When we think we are angry, anger is exactly what we feel. So if we think we live an abundant and blessed life, would that also be true as well?
The answer is a definitive YES.
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