Chapter 1 The Brain- A Broadcasting and Receiving Station for Thought
"It was been determined that there 10 to 14 billion
nerve cells in the human cortex, and we know that
these are arranged in definite patterns. These arrange
are not haphazard. They are orderly."
What would it be like to build a machine, better yet
a computer, with the ability of the human mind. 10 to
14 billion nerve cells the hard drive of the brain.
That part which carries out the physical function of
the body. Most likely billions and billions more for
communication nerve cells as the message carriers.
How much space would have to be built to store all
data collected over a life time. There also must be
include all the means of communication with other
intangible forces. The machine would have to be able
to broadcast and receive the vibration of thought. I
can only imagine the hard drive being the size for city
and data storage that is thousands of square miles.
Now, we are given at birth this machine which weight an
average of 3 pounds for an adult. We have within us this
machine, the brain, able to do much more than we can
comprehend. Think of all the data you have collected with
5 senses, then multiple it with intangibles and unseen
received daily through creative imagination. It is what we
have fed and continue to feed to our subconscious mind
that directs us to the path we will follow. It is our
chosen to the positive leading to prosperity or negative
Hill wrote, “You have but three principles to bear in
mind, and to apply, when you wish to use your broadcasting
station--the SUBCONSCIOUS MIND, CREATIVE IMAGINATION, and
AUTO-SUGGESTION.” This is the tirade to be followed, being
open to the flow of the intangibles being sent to receiving
station, the brain.
It is here at MFF and this study of TGR that I have come to
know the power of the self-talk. Self-talk has become a stable
force for creative imagination to ignite the desire. A desire
for the prosperity that is prepared for me. It drives the
subconscious mind to focus and do whatever it takes to fulfill
Thanks again to Michael and Linda for what they have created
in MFF. Thanks to Bob Shoaf and all you mentors for the gifts
of your wisdom and belief. Thanks to those who download the
e-book and join me on this adventure to a better life. I know
that with your help I am becoming all that I was meant to be.
Nathan Grimes Lubbock, TX USA
PS: Life isn't about finding yourself. Life is about creating
yourself. George Bernard Shaw