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Your Mind and Its Mysteries

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THE
INSTITUTE
OFMENTALPHYSICS
P.
q.
BOX640,YUCCA
VALLEY,
CA92284
VIEWSOFTHE
HEADQUARTERSAND
THE
TEACHINGANDSPIRITUAL
CENTER
TheMeditationCenterprovidesan
ideal
settingfor
the
noble
study
andpractice
of
meditation.The
glass-walled
dining
hall
offershealthfulfoodandpanoramic
vistas.
The
Caravansary,designed
by
Lloyd
Wright,
provides
modern
motel-like
accommodations
for
stu
den
ts.
t
1
YOURMINDAND
ITS
MYSTERIES
byEDWIN
J.
DINGLE
Founder
of
theScience
of
Mentalphysics
THE
INSTITUTE
OFMENTALPHVSICS
P.
O.
BOX640,
YUCCA
VALLEY,
CA
9 2 2 8 ~
 
ABOUTTHEAUTHOR,EDWINJOHNDINGLE
(Ding
Le
Mej)
The
Science
of
Mentalphysicswas
foundedby
Edwin
John
Dingle,
himself
a
true
Mystic
of
theGreat
Wisdom.RaisedinEngland
andeducated
inpublishing,
he
spent
21
years
in
the
Orient,wherehe
built
alargepublishing
companywith
officesinShanghai
and
Hong
Kong.He
became
the
leading
economic
and
geographic
authority
on
China.Details
of
hisdistinguish
ed
achievements
are
related
inhis
books,
"Across
China
on
Foot"
and"Borderlands
of
Eternity."
Always
withinhimburnedtheconstant
desire
for
deeperwisdom
andhestudied
allreligions
and
mystic
knowledge
hefoundthrough
teachers
in
the
East.Histravelsled
him
to
a
Tibetanmonastery,
wherehe
wasprivileged
to
studyunder
a
remarkableTibetan
teacher,
a
keeper
of
the
Eternal
Wisdom.With
the
deep
knowledgeheacquired
inyears
of
arduousstudy,
Rev.Dingle(given
the
Chinese
name
of
DingLeMei)
formulated
the
Science
of
Mentalphysics,
which
reveals
the
basic
truthsthat
underlie
allgreatreligions
and
philosophies
ofboththe
East
andthe
West.Mentalphysicsshows
the
unitybetween
all
greatSpiritual
Teachings
andtheirultimate
har
monywith
Science.
Throughthe
spiritual
rebirth
of
everyindividuallies
the
way
to
spiritual
rebirth
of
every
nationand
positive
peace
throughoutthe
world.
2
.
)
YOURMIND
AND
ITSMYSTERIES
o
F
the
makingofbooksdealing
with
the
subject
of
Manand
his
Mind
thereliterallyisnoend.
The
librariesoverflow
withliterature
from
the
hands
oflearned
men
showing
that
human
beingsareactually
the
sumtotal
of
their
thinking;yet,ifyou
askthe
man-in-the-street
"Whatdo
you
think
-
and
why?"or""Howdoyou
think?"
he
willscarcely
be
able
to
grasp
the
meaning
ofyourquestions.
Man
generallyis
utterly
ignorantof
the
processesofhisownmind.
Atthe
same
time
allphilosophers,occultists,scientists
and
metaphysicians,teachers
and
writers,
through
all
the
ramificationsof
their
spoken
and
writtenword,confirm
the
sublime
truth
sobeautifully
enunciated
inThe
Book
that
"as
a
manTHINKETH,
so
IS
he."
The
troublewithmost
ofthe
learneddisquisitionson
the
mysteriesof
man's
mind
is
that
they
leave
us
cold.
The
mysteriesbecomemoremysterious.Weare
not
shown
the
way
to
unfoldthem.
Most
men,however,seeminstinctivelytofeel
that
deepdownwithinthemselves
there
areforceswhich
if
unleashed,wouldrevolutionize
their
lives.
Men
believe
that
theyhavepowers
inherent
within
them
that
will
enable
them
toreachheightsofachievementfargreater
than
theyhave
sofarreached,
that
thehuman
in
them
is
united
with
the
Divine,
andin
desperationthey
arecrying
"Showustheroad!
We
believeallthat
you
tell
us,
butshowustheway
to
unfoldthepowers
of
ourminds."
Inthis
littlebooklet,therefore-whichiswrittenwith
the
fervent
hope
thatit
may
fallinto
the
hands
ofthosewho
want
to
rise
beyond
the
presentconceptionof
their
ownpowers-Ishallendeavor
topoint
outthe
road.
In
myteachingI
am
not
so
muchinterested
intelling
whatthe
thing
isasintrying
to
show"how
to
do
it."
Readerswill
thus
findin
this
littlebookletapractical
means
bywhich
theymay
unfold
the
mysteriesof
their
own
3
 
minds...
and
so
march
moreconfidentlyalong
toan
under
standing
of
that
immortalsentence-
"asamanthinketh,
sois
h"
.
(a)
"The
Different"
Minds.
Mostpsychologistsdeclare
that
there
arethreemindsnamely,
the
Superconscious,
the
Conscious
and
the.Subconscious.
Withthe
Superconscious
mind,
weshallhave
h t t l ~
todoherefor
the
reason
that
notuntil
we
understandthe
workmgof
the
~ t h e r
supposedly"different"formsof
mindcan
we
gainanyunderstandingof
the
Superconscious..Weshall,then,dealwith
TWO
forms
ofmmd.
Whenwesay
that
thereareTWOminds,however,
we
dosofor
the
purposeofclearthinking.
There
isonly
ONE
~ I N D ,
but
separate
functionsof
the
One.
~ a n y
of
the.
most
1 m p o r t a ~ t
controversiesofpsychologycenterm
the
questlOnof
thenatu.e
andextent
of
the
activityinvolved
in
consciousness.
The
Subconscious
mind
iscomparativelyamoderndiscoveryofsciencealthough
it
hasbeenknown
under
other
namesinthe
occult
~ c h o o l s
forages.
Man
seemingly
has
twominds,ortwodistinctphasesofconsciousness.
They
are:-
..
(1).
The
CONSCIOUS(or
"Waking")
Mind.-Th1s
1S
usuallycalled
the
ObjectiveMind.
It
seems
tobethe
resultofexternalstimuli
to
organizedbraincellsin
the
cortexof
thebrain
directedbyincomingor
AFFERENT
sensoryimpressions.
When
you
"sleep,"
it
sleeps.
The
Conscious
Mind
seems
tobethe
analyzer,
the
comparer,
the
reasoner,
and
it
actsasasentinelor
~ a t c h ~ a n
at
the
doorwayto
the
Subconscious
Mind.The
ConsclOus
Mmd
reasonsfromcauseofeffect.
The
Conscious
Mind
is
theman
at
the
wheel
thecaptain
on
the
bridge,
the
generalin
the
field.
(2).
T'he
SUBCONSCIOUS
(or
" U n c o n s c i o u ~ "
.or"Subliminal")
Mind.-
This
isusuallycalled
the
SubjectiveMind.
It
ispresentbeforebirth.
Though
forlongscientistssaid
that
this
Subconscious
Mind
resided
inthe
Cerebellum
and
MedullaOblongata,
it
isnowgenerallyconceded
thatit
occupies
the
whole
human
body.
It
wouldseemto
bethe
living,
immortal
part
ofman.Unlike
the
ConsciousMind,
the
Subconsciousneversleeps-
it
neverforgets-itsmemoryisfaultless
..
The
Subconsciousbuilds
the
body.
THINK
what
apower
that
1S,
to
build
the
greatest
and
mostwonderfulmachine
the
world
has
everseenmorewonderful
than
the
imaginationof
mancan
evenimagine.
'It
keeps
the
bodyworking-controlsbreathing,circulationof
the
blood,
and
allinvoluntarymuscleswhenyouareasleepaswellaswhenyouareawake.
It
isyour
Sublime
POWER,amenabletocontrolby
the
forceofsuggestion
and
byconsciousdirection(andmuchmore
that
we
shallnowlearn).
4
(b)
TheGreat
Subconscious.
Now,youreasonwithyourConscious
Mind.
Becauseyouseefootprintsin
the
wet
sand
on
the
beachyourexperiencetellsyou
that
someone
has
walked
that
way.
But
whenyou
stay
toenquirewhetherthosefootprintsarethoseof
man
orwoman,boyorgirl,
then
youareusingyourreason-
the
facultytoconsiderevidence
and
forma
judgment.
We
thensay
that
youareusingyourConsciousMind,foryouareconsciousofthosefacts.
Withthe
Subconscious
Mind
it
isquitedifferent.
The
Sub-
conscious
Mind
has
NOFACULTY
OFREASONOR
JUDGMENT.
Therefore,
the
Conscious
Mindhasto
decideforit,
but
the
SUBCONSCIOUSMINDHASALL
THE
POWERTODO
WHATEVER
IT
ISDIRECTEDBY
THE
CONSCIOUS
MIND.IMPORTANT.
-
The
bearingofthisuponour
subject
isof
theutmost
importance.
It
willreadilybeseen
that
whatever
the
Conscious
Mind
accepts
and
decidesuponastrue,
theSub-
conscious
Mind
automaticallyacceptsas
truewithoutjudgment.
Do
not
failtoremember
this
point.(c)
Impressingthe
SubconsciousMind.
*
In
a
state
ofhypnosis
the
Conscious
Mind
is
in
abeyance,or,as
it
issaid,in
the
hypnoticsleep.While
he
ishypnotized,you
may
give
the
subjecthypnotizedatallowcandle,telling
him
thatit
isa
stick
ofcandy,
and
hewill
eatthe
tallow,
thinking
thatit
reallyIScandy.Ask
him
whether
it
issweet,
andhe
willanswer
that
it
is,forhebelievesit,as
the
Subconscious
Mind
accepts
what
yousay
asthetruth.Whether
in
a
state
ofhypnosisor
out
of
it
makesnodifference;
the
onlydifferenceis
that
inthehypnoticsleep
theRESULT
ismore
apparent.
The
Conscious
Mind
islike
thecaptain
on
the
bridgeofhissteamer;hedirectsitsoperations.He(orhis
substitute)must
be
there
all
thetime
while
the
steameris
at
sea-
what
for?
Todirectthe
power
that
drives
the
shipalong-whichisanalogousto
the
Subconscious.Downintheholdof
theship
thereisapowerdriving
the
shipthroughthewater;
this
islike
the
Subconscious
Mind
inyou
and
me.
"The
reader
is
advisedtoprocureaMentalphysicsbookleton
"Howto
Meditate,"
whichwillbe
of
invaluableserviceinlearninghow
to
impress
the
SubconsciousMind.
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