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The Manipulation of Our Mind

So to start off my Health Awareness Tips again . . . I thought I'd talk about some elements of our mind.

The mind is a powerful thing . . . but . . . what we see is not always what is "true"!

So today let's talk about how to separate . . . "perception" from "reality".

Many of us think we "aren't" in control of our thoughts because we have these thoughts flying in and out of our mind all day long.

And guess what???

You would be right . . .

You see . . . we "aren't" in control of what the mind "thinks" or "absorbs" from what we see, smell, touch or hear . . .

But we "are" in control of what our mind thinks "about" or "does with that information".

Do you see the difference here???

And believe it or not . . . we "become" what we think "about"

This is the "secret" of the "power of the mind".

You can create the life you want . . . simply by thinking the right thoughts.

You see . . . mind power is one of the strongest and most useful powers the human body possess. And this power, with our imagination . . . can create success or failure, happiness or unhappiness . . . or even opportunities or obstacles.

And with this . . . mind power is composed of . . . your attention . . . your mental images . . . and what you think about.

Mental contents (our thoughts) are those items that are thought of as being "in" the mind and capable of being formed and "manipulated".

We "can't" control the process of what the mind absorbs and files for knowledge . . .

But we "can" control what we do with that information.

So what you see in today's world . . . may not really be what's actually happening.


Well . . . because even thought our mind has absorbed what it sees . . . "reality". . . it's our own "perception" and how we think "about it" . . . that causes us to react to that information as we do.

So how does "reality" (what the mind really sees) influence our "perception"?

Well . . . think of it this way . . . "perception" is nothing other than a pair of glasses that views "reality" through.

And what color our glasses are . . . (you know the saying about looking through rose colored glass) . . . influences how we focus on, process, remember, interpret, understand, synthesize, decide about and act on . . . "reality".

It's as simple as that . . .

So tomorrow, we'll dig a little deeper and see what else can alter our "perception" to "reality".

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