The Master and the Servant

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It is our own personal choice whether we seek empowerment from our mind or not.

At some point in life there will be a desire to know who we are, and why we are.

It is by utilising our mind that we discover our true natural abilities, all of which are vital to our presence in this physical world.

The minds duty is to ensure the preservation of the self. The mind is geared to heal the self and has the power to create that balance to sustain us.Our mind is influenced by our emotional needs, requests and demands, as well as our wishes. It is the minds duty to accept our instructions and react accordingly.

Therefore, it is imperative that our instructions to the self are appropriate, to create the desired influence.

The number one enemy to the mind is fear and anxiety. The mind takes control of the body and allows it to behave according to the fears present. Naturally, the manifestation of fears creates limitations and restrictions.

When emotions dominate they create weakness. Our weaknesses become exaggerated according to our imagination, which create an altered state of mind; this is where an unnatural behaviour ensues.

In simple terms, if we express sadness our mind will make us cry.  If we think we are tired our mind will shut our body down. All suggestions work in the same fashion, no matter how insignificant.

Naturally, the outcome of any suggestion is magnified depending on our imagination. The deeper the imagination the more severe the outcome.

It is through our mind that we see and experience. It is through our mind that we create.  It is through our mind that we evolve.

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One Response to “The Master and the Servant”

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