Think & Grow Rich Lessons
James Lombard Dublin, Leinster, Ireland

Posted: 2016-12-18

Ctrl/Cmd/V                                                                                                                           The Brain

 

When our minds are stimulated by emotions brought on by the intensity of our desires, our creative imaginations are like lightning conductors for ideas and concepts from outside ourselves. Hill says: “… when the brain is functioning at a rapid rate, it not only attracts thoughts and ideas released by other brains, but it gives to one’s own thoughts that feeling which is essential before those thoughts will be picked up and acted upon by one’s subconscious mind.” The subconscious mind is the ‘sending station’ of the brain and the creative imagination is the ‘broadcasting station’. In other words, the subconscious mind sends out messages or requests to the universe and to Infinite Intelligence and receives inspirations and answers from those sources.

 

To communicate our desires to the universe and the Creator, we use the principle of autosuggestion. By distilling our desires or life purposes into a self-talk and saying it many times daily we enlist the help of many other minds and of Infinite Intelligence (The Creator of the universe).

 

We can be in touch with the minds of receptive others and they can be in touch with us; it is a two-way process. The more we give, the more we receive; ideas flow into our creative imaginations and out through our subconscious minds. Remember to write down the inspirations and ideas and find a way of using them as soon as possible. Do not as the song says: “Catch a falling star and put it in your pocket and keep it for a rainy day.” The falling stars of inspiration are precious and should not be put aside.

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                Regards and best wishes to all.

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                             James Lombard, Dublin, Ireland.