superconscious mind

The Superconscious Mind



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The Human Mind

Your mind is your most powerful and important asset.

However it acts as a double-edged sword: it can make you rich or poor, happy or unhappy, healthy or sick.

The good news is that you mind is the only thing in the world that you ultimately have complete control over.

By learning how to harness your intelligence properly, you can create the life you desire.

Two Percent

According to neurologists at Stanford University, your brains contains 100 billion cells. Each of these cells is connected and interconnected to 20,000 other cells.

What this means is that the possible number of different thoughts and ideas you can generate is greater than the number of all the atoms in the known universe!

And yet the average person uses only about 2% of his or her brain’s true potential.

The Superconscious Mind

Your most powerful faculty is your superconscious mind. Whereas the conscious mind commands, analyzes and decides and the subconscious mind is an obedient servant, the superconscious mind is the source of all inspiration, imagination, intuition, memories, insights, ideas and hunches.

Throughout history every great scientific and philosophical breakthrough, work of art, music, literature and technical inventions has sprung up from the superconscious mind.

In everyday life, it helps you solve problems, achieve goals, create and innovate.

So how do you tap into this infinite supercomputer?

In the next sections, we look at ways of doing this.


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1. The human mind automatically leads everyone to success. Is this correct or wrong?

2. Can people absolutely control the government, the weather, the economy, business, other people or their thinking and feelings?

3. What do the following numbers represent? 100,000,000; 20,000; 2?

4. Are the conscious, subconscious and superconscious minds different? How do they differ?

A. The human mind can make us happy or sad, rich or poor, healthy or unhealthy. Give examples.

B. What percent of your true potential do you think you are using? If you could increase your true potential, what could you do or accomplish?

C. What are some useful hunches, insights, intuitions and new ideas that would help you?


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