Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Tuula Rands West Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada

Posted: 2017-03-29

Chapter 12 - The Subconscious Mind

Hill tells us in the first paragraph "THE SUBCONSCIOUS MIND 
consists of a field of consciousness, in which every impulse 
of thought that reaches the objective mind through any of the 
five senses, is classified and recorded, and from which thoughts 
may be recalled or withdrawn as letters may be taken from a filing cabinet."

Do we realize all we have accepted as a thought?  A thought is 
imbedded in our minds and can come forward at any time when 
it is triggered by an action or another thought. 
 
How many people actually think about what they are thinking about?

We have all heard "What we think about, we become" and as Michael
says "How we do anything is how we do everything".

So it seems to be very important to know and realize what we are
thinking about, what we have accepted into our subconscious mind and
what we are storing in that filing cabinet of our mind.

The reason we are all here at Mentoring for Free and the
Think & Grow Lessons is to learn and understand "how to become more".
In order to do that we have to examine ourselves.  

Rick Burnett's lesson is a perfect example of examining
ourselves and sometimes that only happens when we are confronted
about how we think and how we behave.

Are we brave enough to look at ourselves and examine to see if
we actually behave as we believe we do, or are we someone who
says, "Do as I say, not as I do."

The subtitle of Mentoring for Free is "Where you learn how to
think, not what to think."  Are we learning how to think or are 
we here just to be entertained?

It is that time of year where most of us do our "spring 
cleaning".  Do we just clean our walls, windows and all the
physical things in our home or are we also willing to take
that filing cabinet in our mind and clean up and get rid of
the "files in our subconscious mind" that do not serve us 
anymore and file them in that famous "File 13" also known as
the "garbage can".  

Once we have cleaned up our "filing cabinet" we now have
space for the new files of our new mindset and let's label
our new file as "attitudes for success".

Tuula Rands