The Master Key System, Part Two #18

The conscious mind ought to be on duty during every waking hour. When the “watchman” is “off guard,” or when its calm judgment is suspended, under a variety of circumstances, then the subconscious mind is unguarded and left open to suggestion from all sources. during the wild excitement of panic, or during the height of anger, or the impulses of the irresponsible mob, or at any other time of the unrestrained passion, the conditions are most dangerous. The subconscious mind is then open to the suggestion of fear, hatred, selfishness, greed, self-depreciation and other negative forces, derived from surrounding persons or circumstances. The result is usually unwholesome in the extreme, with effects that may endure to distress it for a long time. Hence, the great importance of guarding the subconscious mind from false impressions.

Our conscious mind needs to be on guard all the time to keep from planting seeds for something tomorrow.

Once something is in the subconscious, it then takes work to get something out of the subconscious. It’s usually harder to get it out than it is to put it in at first.

Many of the things we believe today are from times when we were trusting others to be our watchman. We accepted for truth anything we were told. They didn’t do this to us on purpose, but only told us what they believed to be true at the time. Now, we must test our subconscious beliefs to see if those beliefs still serve us.

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