Sunday 5 September 2021

Déjà vu by Choice.

“Sometimes, you have to manufacture your own history. Give fate a push, so to speak.” ― Sarah Dessen.

Our brain, our mind, is our leverage. That is what makes us higher beings, above every other creature. It is our godlike wand for working miracles, or magic, whichever we so choose to call it. A person is nothing without his or her mind. Our mind is what creates our reality, irrespective of what reality really is. All we see, all we hear, all we touch, all we smell and all we taste is what our mind tells us, which might just be as far away from reality as the East is from the West.

We are as it were prisoners of our mind. Yet, our mind is our leverage. Which works for or against us is a function of what we do with, or allow to be done to us by our mind. It can either work for or against us. It all depends on how we approach it. If we approach it by/with faith it exalts us. If we approach it by/with fear it debases us. The choice as always is ours to make.

Our mind is such that it can synthesize things that never happened. This is for the intent of creating in/for us the emotions and dispositions we might need. Hence, we don't have to go through the real occurrences to get the benefits they bring. This is supposed to work for us, but just as well can work against us. It is the basis of brainwashing, hypnotism, mental torture, mind control, advertisement (subliminal and direct), etc.

The catch is the subconscious mind cannot differentiate between truth and falsehood, nor between reality and fiction (imagined). It assumes everything it is fed as truth - raw material to go to work with. We can use this to control our own minds and hence self-efficacy and performance in daily life. We can create the deja vus we want – déjà vu's  that empower us, rather than be chased about by ghosts. We can take control of our own minds for our own good.
"Our subconscious minds have no sense of humor, play no jokes and cannot tell the difference between reality and an imagined thought or image. What we continually think about eventually will manifest in our lives." (Robert Collier)
Have you ever thought something happened in your past that never did? It was something you dwelt so much on, either out of fear and worry or out of delightful fantasy. You dwelt so much on it, your subconscious mind recorded it as an actual event (occurrence) and produced in you the accompanying state (disposition) and history. You can change that.

St. Akin de Great.


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