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Old 07-02-2007, 06:35 PM   #51
anders lindman
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Another way of looking at it is to say that the eggshell of fear is the barrier between the conscious and the subconscious.

The subconscious handles all the billions of processes in the body which in turn is connected to the rest of the universe, while the conscious mind is an isolated form of self-awareness.

The separation between the subconscious and the conscious is a form of conflict; a trap for personal awareness, an eggshell, a prison that you cannot touch, taste or smell. A prison for your mind.

The first thing for the conscious mind to do is not trying to make itself smarter, because however intelligent it becomes, it will still remain trapped within its own cocoon and only vaguely be aware of the subconscious through emotions and other disharmonious and limited sensations.

Instead the conscious mind can remain more or less with it's ordinary rational thinking, but start to connect that thinking with the immense and vast subconscious. And an effective tool for connecting to the subconscious is through feelings. Negative feelings indicate a barrier/blocking between the conscious and the subconscious.

Positive thinking will not get far since that too is still to be trapped within the cocoon of the conscious mind. But positive thinking PLUS positive feeling at the same time ought to be a better tool for melting the barrier between the conscious and the subconscious, and unifying them to a greater whole.
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