As part of my study of the Master Key Lesson 2 I was really intrigued by 2:9-14. Specifically that the conscious mind carries with it the responsibility of choice and impressing and directing the subconscious. Also that it is the highest function of the conscious mind to potentially completely reverse conditions in our lives by directing the subconscious. It is the gate keeper and guardian.
This really rang true to me because so much of the bull shit that I believe or fear or feel guilt about or even just negative stuff is a result of my subconscious receiving faulty suggestions from the world. So if you can protect the powerful and “feeling” subconscious from much of the crap in the world through the direct impressing of the objective mind life will be better. Feelings will be better. Circumstances will be better.
That by constructively using our mind, all the junk we don’t really actually want to be feeling and thinking, “the trained conscious mind can entirely prevent by its vigilant protective action” This was sooooo cool to me. We take info, cues, and stimulus from the outside world all the time. If we are careful and “protective” of what we allow to go through our filters to the subconscious mind, we can build up habits and beliefs about ourselves that are VASTLY more productive for our lives.
But you don’t have to lose hope if you are already seemingly stuck in wrong thinking and a life you didn’t dream of. Charles Hannel states this amazing fact: “The subconscious mind cannot argue controversially. Hence, if it has accepted wrong suggestions, the sure method of overcoming them is by the use of a strong counter suggestion, frequently repeated, which the mind must accept, thus eventually forming new and healthy habits of thought and life, for the subconscious mind is the seat of habit.” “This is favorable for us if the habit be wholesome and right”
And this is exactly what I and others are doing in the MKMMA program. It is so exciting to be a part of an action plan that is helping me to change from the inside out into the person that I have always dreamed of becoming.