Len Hollon Prattville, Alabama, United States
When stimulated, or “stepped up” to a high rate of vibration, the mind becomes more receptive to the vibration of thought which
reaches it through the ether from outside sources. This “stepping up” process takes place through the positive emotions, or the
negative emotions. Through the emotions, the vibrations of thought may be increased. - Hill
The brain, like a radio, has the abillity to both broadcast and send. When reading Hills quote above about the "stepping
up" taking place through both the positive and negative emotions, we may become concerned about receiving negative
thoughts without being in control. After all, I know I can control what I send, but what about what I am receiving. How do
I control that?
Think of it this way. During WWII, both the Allies and the Nazis had use of radio. Not just the military, but President
Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill spoke to the people through the radio. Hitler did as well. People didn't have
to listen to any of their messages. There was a knob on their radios. That knob was to tune the radio. Simply turn it
and move to another channel.
"But, what about my brain?", You say, " it doesn't have a tuning knob." Well, actually, it does. It is called "auto-suggestion"
or more commonly, here at MFF, "self-talk". You take Micheal's example and Ken's lesson and develop a meaningful
"self-talk", and begin, at first, to say it, with emotion, 1,000 to 1,500 times per day. In a short time it will become a
habit. This is Your tuner. Simple, Right?
Just remember that in Nazi Germany family and neighbors were commanded to report anyone who was not considered
loyal. Not listnenig to Hitler"s broadcasts was considered disloyal. Negative thoughts will always be out there. In
fact, we have to consciously be positive but negative is automatic. I have used the following paragraph in previous
posts but I feel it is appropriate here.
I am the GATEKEEPER of my subconscious mind. I MUST be on duty 24/7. It is my responsibillity and MINE ALONE!
THANK YOU Linda & Michael Dlouhy, Bob Shoaf, and this awesome MasterMind for pouring into me and allowing me to
share with You.
Len from "Sweet Home Alabama"