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3 The Miracle Working Power of Your Subconscious

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The power of your subconscious is enormous. It inspires you, it guides you, and it reveals
to you names, facts, and scenes from the storehouse of memory. Your subconscious
started your heartbeat, controls the circulation of your blood, and regulates your
digestion, assimilation, and elimination. When you eat a piece of bread, your
subconscious mind transmutes it into tissue, muscle, bone, and blood. This process is
beyond the ken of the wisest man who walks the earth. Your subconscious mind controls
all the vital processes and functions of your body and knows the answer to all problems.
Your subconscious mind never sleeps, never rests. It is always on the job. You can
discover the miracle working power of your subconscious by plainly stating to your
subconscious prior to sleep that you wish a certain specific thing accomplished. You will
be delighted to discover that forces within you will be released, leading to the desired
result. Here, then, is a source of power and wisdom which places you in touch with
omnipotence or the power that moves the world, guides the planets in their course, and
causes the sun to shine.
Your subconscious mind is the source of your ideals, aspirations, and altruistic urges. It
was through the subconscious mind that Shakespeare perceived great truths hidden from
the average man of his day. Undoubtedly, it was the response of his subconscious mind
that caused the Greek sculptor, Phidias, to portray beauty, order, symmetry, and
proportion in marble and bronze. It enabled the Italian artist, Raphael, to paint
Madonna’s, and Ludwig van Beethoven to compose symphonies.
In 1955 I lectured at the Yoga Forest University, Rishikesh, India, and there I chatted
with a visiting surgeon from Bombay. He told me about Dr. James Esdaille, a Scotch
surgeon, who worked in Bengal before ether or other modern methods of anesthesia were
discovered. Between 1843 and 1846, Dr. Esdaille performed about four hundred major
operations of all kinds, such as amputations, removal of tumors and cancerous growths,
as well as operations on the eye, ear, and throat. All operations were conducted
under mental anesthesia only. This Indian doctor at Rishikesh informed me that the
postoperative mortality rate of patients operated on by Dr. Esdaille was extremely low,
probably two or three percent. Patients felt no pain, and there were no deaths during the
Dr. Esdaille suggested to the subconscious minds of all his patients, who were in a
hypnotic state, that no infection or septic condition would develop. You must remember
that this was before Louis Pasteur, Joseph Lister, and others who pointed out the bacterial
origin of disease and causes of infection due to unsterilized instruments and virulent
organisms. This Indian surgeon said that the reason for the low mortality rate and
the general absence of infection, which was reduced to a minimum, was undoubtedly due
to the suggestions of Dr. Esdaille to the subconscious minds of his patients. They
responded according to the nature of his suggestion.
It is simply wonderful, when you conceive how a surgeon, over one hundred twenty years
ago, discovered the miraculous wonderworking powers of the subconscious mind.
Doesn’t it cause you to be seized with a sort of mystic awe when you stop and think of
the transcendental powers of your subconscious mind? Consider its extrasensory
perceptions, such as its capacity for clairvoyance and clairaudience, its independence of
time and space, its capacity to render you free from all pain and suffering, and its capacity to get the answer to all problems, be they what they may. All these and many
more reveal to you that there is a power and intelligence within you that far transcends
your intellect, causing you to marvel at the wonders of it all. All these experiences cause
you to rejoice and believe in the miracle working powers of your own subconscious
Your subconscious is your Book of Life
Whatever thoughts, beliefs, opinions, theories, or dogmas you write, engrave, or impress
on your subconscious mind, you shall experience them as the objective manifestation of
circumstances, conditions, and events. What you write on the inside, you will experience
on the outside. You have two sides to your life, objective and subjective, visible and
invisible, thought and its manifestation.
Your brain receives your thought, which is the organ of your conscious reasoning mind.
When your conscious or objective mind accepts the thought completely, it is sent to the
solar plexus, called the brain of your mind, where it becomes flesh and is made manifest
in your experience. As previously outlined, your subconscious cannot argue. It acts only
from what you write on it. It accepts your verdict or the conclusions of your conscious
mind as final. This is why you are always writing on the book of life, because your
thoughts become your experiences. The American essayist, Ralph Waldo Emerson said,
“Man is what he thinks all day long.”
What is impressed in the subconscious is expressed
William James, the father of American psychology, said that the power to move the
world is in your subconscious mind. Your subconscious mind is one with infinite
intelligence and boundless wisdom. It is fed by hidden springs, and is called the law of
life. Whatever you impress upon your subconscious mind, the latter will move heaven
and earth to bring it to pass.
You must, therefore, impress it with right ideas and constructive thoughts. The reason
there is so much chaos and misery in the world is because people do not understand the
interaction of their conscious and subconscious minds. When these two principles work
in accord, in concord, in peace, and synchronously together, you will have heath,
happiness, peace and joy. There is no sickness or discord when the conscious and
subconscious work together harmoniously and peacefully.
The tomb of Hermes was opened with great expectancy and a sense of wonder because
people believed that the greatest secret of the ages was contained therein. The secret was
as within, so without; as above, so below. In other words, whatever is impressed hi your
subconscious mind is expressed on the screen of space. This same truth was proclaimed
by Moses, Isaiah, Jesus, Buddha, Zoroaster, Laotze, and all the illumined seers of the
ages Whatever you feel as true subjectively is expressed as conditions, experiences, and
events. Motion and emotion must balance. As in heaven [your own mind], so on earth [in
your body and environment]. This is the great law of life.
You will find throughout all nature the law of action and reaction, of rest and motion.
These two must balance, then there will be harmony and equilibrium. You are here to let
the life principle flow through you rhythmically and harmoniously. The intake and the
outgo must be equal. The impression and the expression must be equal. All your
frustration is due to unfulfilled desire. If you think negatively, destructively, and viciously, these thoughts generate destructive
emotions which must be expressed and find an outlet. These emotions, being of a
negative nature, are frequently expressed as ulcers, heart trouble, tension, and anxieties.
What is your idea or feeling about yourself now? Every part of your being expresses that
idea. Your vitality, body, financial status, friends, and social status represent a perfect
reflection of the idea you have of yourself. This is the real meaning of what is impressed
in your subconscious mind, and which is expressed in all phases of your life.
We injure ourselves by the negative ideas, which we entertain. How often have you
wounded yourself by getting angry, fearful, jealous, or vengeful? These are the poisons
that enter your subconscious mind. You were not born with these negative attitudes. Feed
your subconscious mind life-giving thoughts, and you will wipe out all the negative
patterns lodged therein. As you continue to do this, all the past will be wiped out and
remembered no more.

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