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Monday, August 30, 2021

Magnificent Mind


GENRE: Self-help






This book will help you understand your thinking. You are never broken inside; you just need to take yourself, your thinking, and your life less seriously. There is a divine wisdom always present and waiting for you to listen to it. There is no one — and I mean no one — wiser than you and me. We all have available to us this wisdom that is ready and willing to help you to be safe, to be happy, and to live a most fulfilling life. There is really nothing for you to do except read and watch for a lovely feeling to develop inside of you. This feeling is with you from birth; it is your ever-present inner energy of psychological well-being. Most of us cannot experience this inner spark of well-being because we have learned to think of ourselves as inadequate. The words in this book are meant to take you back to the gentle feeling of peaceful contentment and love for self and others. Relax, and see if you can find your way back to yourself, your inner home inside of you. You need not look anywhere other than inside yourself to find all that you truly want and need. It doesn’t matter what your life looks like now; you are capable of turning it around into a heavenly life while here on this Earth.




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Your inner wisdom will always guide you, if you listen and let it in. If you get quiet inside of your head, then your inner thoughts can come from your inner wisdom. When we are feeling judgmental, or self-conscious, or just plain uncomfortable inside, then usually it is just that noise in our head talking loudly. I call this noise your intellectual thinking which results from your opinions and beliefs. True wisdom holds pretty much no opinions or judgments. A lot of inner chatter is usually just going to mess you up with ideas that are not coming from your true inner wisdom or your mind.


Most of our creative and helpful thoughts come from our true wisdom, or universal mind, or universal intelligence. In contrast, many people will go their whole lives mostly just thinking from their intellect or their personal mind where they only have access to information that is learned in this life and now held in the brain as a memory. To get to your really interesting thoughts, your truly creative mind, you must access the universal mind. You do this by learning to quiet your mind.


You are now on your way to realizing that your unhealthy thoughts don’t have to mean anything at all; they are not usually true or helpful for you to reach the best solution. Most people do not realize that most of their thoughts do not require an action. They think that if they have a thought, they have to act on that thought. Yet you do not need to react to most of your thoughts. This leads to the realization that often we can turn away from our thoughts; often nothing needs to be done. We don’t have to believe most of our thoughts.


We have between sixty thousand to one hundred thousand thoughts per day and we just let most of them slide on through us; we don’t give them our attention. It is when we stop on an unpleasant thought that we get ourselves into trouble. Maybe the thought that you stop on is, “I am a useless person,” and then you start to feel like a useless person. You may start acting like a useless person. You mistakenly believe the thought because you thought it, so it must be true. Now you are acting like a useless person.


The truth is that thoughts are not necessarily true; you may just need to ignore the thoughts that don’t serve you well. Once you learn to let the unwanted thought pass through your head, you can then begin stopping on the thoughts that serve you well and just simply ignore the thoughts that are not good for you.





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I live in Canada. This is where my husband Rae and I have raised our two daughters; they are our absolute pride and joy in life. Along with a career in nursing, I received my B.A. in psychology at the University of Manitoba. I have also undertaken the study of developing an understanding of the three principles of mind, consciousness, and thought. This understanding has enhanced my life immeasurably. Following a workplace head injury and depression, I went through a long climb back to health. I learned of an ever-present, inner psychological health that I have always had and just needed to understand once again. The result of this knowledge has led me to a life of peace, contentment, and love. I hope this book will lead you to a similar place.



























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