Illusion Or Truth And A Free Audio

by Houston Vetter - DocResults on December 12,


Our mind is designed to create illusions and we use it to search for the truth. Now, THAT’S funny. I don’t care who you are. That’s funny. The mind works through a stimulus – response method. It ask and answers questions continually and it doesn’t matter if the answers are true or false. The mind will give you an answer with the emotional energy spin of this is true even when it’s not.

Your mind, on one level, is in a battle. A fight for supremacy and the fight is between your logic and your emotions. Each one is attempting to rule over the other. There is a place  where they no longer fight for supremacy and integrate blend and balance and that place is called HeartSpace™. And that is another post. Today we have another treat for you. One of our Expert Panel members Jerry Stocking in his Mind Relief Manuscript wrote:

Your Mind Doesn’t Care What Happens
Your mind creates illusions. It cares about what it thinks, not about what really happened. If there are five eyewitnesses to an accident, there are five different reports about what happened. While there are similarities between the reports, different minds perceive things differently: Always.

Often, your mind is too deeply focused on what might happen (worrying) to notice what is happening. Or, it is agonizing about what did happen (regretting), again, ignoring what is happening.

Most of all, your mind is obsessed with what other minds are thinking (mind reading). Your mind is horribly competitive and insecure, comparing you to the neighbors, co-workers, friends, family members and movie stars. Whether these comparisons come out positively or negatively, they still are defensive wastes of brain power.

Your Mind Doesn’t Really Ever Do Anything
Your mind can’t take a walk, but it can think while you are taking a walk. It can’t make love but it can chatter away while you are making love. Your mind can’t hold a job, but it has lots of opinions and judgements about what you do for a living. Your mind can’t really influence what will happen or what has happened but continually acts as though it is in control of practically everything. Your mind seldom shuts up!

Your Mind Loves Problems
Your mind defines itself by being a problem solver. It is so proud when it figures out a math problem or what you will do tonight or how to bring in new customers.

But it doesn’t notice something very important . . . Something that it really doesn’t want you to know.

Each problem that your mind solved, your mind created. Your mind is the creator of every one of your problems. Without your mind, there aren’t any problems.

What is and what you think are often very different. That difference presents a problem for your mind. Your mind’s constant solution for this “problem” is to believe it. 

You believe the problems are real. Problems are just illusions created by your mind. Your mind keeps you busy creating and solving problems, too busy to get to know yourself, too busy to catch it spinning out its fantasies. Your mind keeps you company, it keeps you busy and it makes sure you are never alone. It is your constant companion but is not yet a very good friend.

Can I Call You in the Middle of the Night?
Your mind can, and it does. It thinks from morning until night and even, often, in the middle of the night.Your mind wakes you up at any hour with an “important” thought that wouldn’t wait until morning. Your mind derives its value from the importance of each and every thought.

Thoughts grab for your attention like a spoiled child. And often the worse the thought the more attention you give it.

To get a full copy of Mind Relief Manuscript:

As an extra special bonus and to give you more than a written example and give you a taste of how this applies practically, I purchased a copy of one of Jerry’s sessions with someone who needed some help and I have arranged for you to listen to the session for free. You can listen or download for free the session with Jerry here. Jerry calls it ‘Holiday Oasis’, I call it ‘Appreciating The Tiny‘.


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