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

Posted: 2021-05-03

Chapter 12 - The Subconscious Mind


On June 9th, 2013 I wrote:
Chapter 12 - The Subconscious Mind

Hill compares our mind to that of a filing cabinet.

Our subconscious mind stores everything we have 
heard, thought and seen in our filing cabinet.

There are files we use every day and there are files
we don’t even remember we have.  But they are all there.

Some of the labels read:  "Negative comments",
"What other people think of me", "I’m not good enough|, and "I can’t do that".

While some of the other labels read: "I can do that", "I am happy I
am me",  "I can do anything I decide to do", and "I am all in".

We may have different colored labels for positive happy files and
different colored labels for the sad and negatives files.

Sometimes the file that stands out for the moment or the day
is a file we totally forgot about and other times the files we pull out we
use every day and study them.

These files can control our lives if we do not control them.

Even though we cannot completely destroy the files we do not want,
we can clean house. 
We can remove the negative files and archive them to the basement 
and so far into the background that only the positive files are accessible
to us.

Our subconscious filing system can be what we want it to be.
We have the choice and with persistence our filing system can work
for us and not against us.

Tuula Rands  " ----


 Paul J. Meyer stated "Your self-image is the result of all you have given your subconscious

 mind as a database, so regardless of your background, what you are

willing to become is the only reality that counts."