Gaining Access to The Computer Inside Your Head
In high school in the 70’s we had computers and we input information by way of punch cards much like voting ballots today. The next decades brought us the keyboard and later the mouse to access our computers. The smart phone and upcoming smart glasses continue to make access easier and faster. With technology always on the cutting edge, it can safely be said that almost everyone regardless of age knows how to access their home computer, laptop, ipad or phone to input or receive information.
What about the computer inside of our heads? Who is teaching us how to input the information into our mind’s computer. This computer that comes to us as standard equipment has no off switch and therefore it runs continuously. It has the potential to give us exactly what we want from life but few are learning how to use it. Without the knowledge of how to input our desires we run the risk of being controlled by our own mind. This simple dynamic of not gaining access is the cause for most people to not get out of life what they feel they deserve.
As a child we learn to picture things. We can see someone doing something and simply picture ourselves doing it. This worked well when learning to walk and learning to talk. As we become adults we forgot that it is the pictures or the images that we send to our mind that activates our brain. These images are our mouse and keyboard to the computer in our mind. It is a common practice to imagine or visualize anything before actually accomplishing it. To see ones self doing it, experiencing it, owning it and feeling what it is like to have it. It is as if the person owns it now and not at some future time. Simply, see yourself the way you want to be. Closing ones eyes when doing these images brings more clarity.
Controlling the pictures you send to your mind and you control your outcome. It is not positive thinking but a process of activating the subconscious mind. The subconscious is 88% of the entire mind and clearly determines our behavior and how we take in and process information. A positive image can become a subconscious destination. Without such a destination we will continually circle as you would when driving your car to a destination without an address or directions