The Human Mind

“The human Mind- Many times people confuse the words “mind “and “brain” and use them in an interchangeable manner which strictly speaking is not correct. The brain is a physical organ which carries out specific processes under a fixed regime of rules producing outcomes based on the data it receives from the body sensors. But the brain is not capable of determining, on its own, either the task to be performed or the purpose which will be served by such performance. This is where the concept of human Mind enters the discussion. In simple terms one could think of the Mind as being the combination of a physical entity, the brain and the entity commonly referred to as human Spirit. This Spirit is the internal energy and driving force behind one’s creativity and imagination. It enjoys every possible freedom to direct the brain’s tasks towards imagining, conceptualizing, designing and creating anything which is within the limits of “logic” and the limits of “possibility”. One will be correct in considering the Spirit to be the motivator and initiator of every single human activity, thought or imagination. Utilising the capability of the brain, the wants, desires or designs of the Spirit are processed in a logical sequence and they are transformed, if possible, into tangible and defined outcomes. It is obvious that without either the brain or the Spirit the Mind has no meaning, or substance. A brain on its own cannot produce any outcomes because it lacks the energy and the motivation which can only be provided by the Spirit. Similarly the Spirit on its own is unable to logically process any sort of data or input because it lacks the processing capability. But these two elements together form a completely functioning unit which in the final analysis provides the distinction between higher and lower forms of life, with the differentiating characteristic being that of “reasoning” and “creating”. It is important to remember that as far as the internal processes are concerned they are hidden from any outside observer and the only one aware of their existence and outcomes is the person whose Mind produced these outcomes. In turn, the Mind on its own is incapable of communicating anything to the outside world and therefore it is in need of two things; the first one is the assistance of the physical body, which is the interface between the human being and its environment; the second thing needed is a control mechanism which regulates and adjusts human behaviour so that it conforms to the the rules and requirements of the particular environment. It must be pointed out that this control mechanism acts in an advisory capacity to the Mind and it does not posses a direct link to any functions of the human body. It is generally referred to as the human Soul”

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Happiness and the Four Cs

“Find Your Own Type
¶ The first problem of your happiness is to find out what type you are yourself—which you will know after reading this book—and to build your future accordingly.

Knowing and Helping Others
¶ The second is to learn how to analyze others to the end that your relationships with them may be harmonious and mutually advantageous.

Take every individual according to the way he was born, accept him as that kind of mechanism and deal with him in the manner befitting that mechanism. In this way and this only will you be able to impress or to help others.

In this way only will you be able to achieve real success. In this way only will you be able to help your fellowman find the work, the environment and the marriage wherein he can be happy and successful.

The Four C’s
¶ To get the maximum of pleasure and knowledge out of this interesting course there are four things to remember as your part of the contract.

“Read Concentratedly
¶ Think of what you are reading while you are reading it. Concentration is a very simple thing. The next C is

Observe Carefully
¶ Look at people carefully (but not starefully) when analyzing them. Don’t jump at conclusions. We humans have a great way of twisting facts to fit our conclusion as soon as we have made one. But don’t spend all your time getting ready to decide and forget to decide at all, like the man who was going to jump a ditch. He ran so far back to get a good start each time that he never had the strength to jump when he got there. Get a good start by observing carefully. Then

Decide Confidently
¶ Be sure you are right and then go ahead. Make a decision and make it with the confidence that you are right. If you will determine now to follow this rule it will compel you to follow the first two because, in order to be sure you are right, to be certain you are not misjudging anybody, you will read each rule concentratedly and observe each person carefully beforehand.

“Practise Constantly
¶ “Practice makes perfect.” Take this for your motto if you would become expert in analyzing people. It is one easily followed for you come in contact with people everywhere—at home, amongst your business associates, with your friends and on the street. Remember you can only benefit from a thing as you use it. A car that you never took out of the garage would be of no value to you. So get full value out of this course by using it at all times.”


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Externals indicate internal natural in distinctions

¶ To do this it is necessary to better understand our neighbors—to recognize that people differ from each other in their likes and dislikes, traits, talents, tendencies and capabilities. The combination of these makes each individual’s nature. It is not difficult to understand others for with each group of these traits there always goes its corresponding physical makeup—the externals whereby the internal is invariably indicated. This is true of every species on the globe and of every subdivision within each species.

Significance of Size, Shape and Structure
¶ All dogs belong to the same species but there is a great difference between the “nature” of a St. Bernard and that of a terrier, just as there is a decided difference between the natures of different human beings. But in both instances the actions, reactions and habits of each can be accurately anticipated on sight by the shape, size and structure of the two creatures.

Differences in Breed
¶ When a terrier comes into the room you instinctively draw away unless you want to be jumped at and greeted effusively. But you make no such movement to protect yourself from a St. Bernard because you read,

“on sight, the different natures of these two from their external appearance.

¶ You know a rose, a violet, a sunflower and an orchid and what perfume you are sure to find in each, by the same method. All are flowers and all belong to the same species, just as all human beings belong to the same species. But their respective size, shape and structure tell you in advance and on sight what their respective characteristics are.

The same is true of all human beings. They differ in certain fundamentals but always and invariably in accordance with their differences in size, shape and structure.

The Instinct of Self-Preservation
¶ The reason for this is plain. Goaded by the instinct of self-preservation, man, like all other living things, has made heroic efforts to meet the demands of his environment. He has been more successful than any other creature and is, as a result, the most complex organism on the earth. But his most baffling complexities resolve themselves into comparatively simple terms once it is recognized that each internal change brought about by his environment brought with it the corresponding external mechanism without which he could not have survived.”

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Mental Atmosphere of People, Places and Thing including Environment

  • You know that you are conscious. But how do you know that something else is conscious? When something else is conscious, it thinks and feels. You know that other people, animals and plants are conscious because you can psychically perceive their thoughts and feelings emanating from them. You can sense their mental projections and their emotional vibrations. This is how you know the consciousness that is over here, is also the same consciousness that is over there.

  • Every person has a mental atmosphere around him that he creates with his thoughts and feelings. The mental atmosphere is also his aura of energy that emanates from his being. When a group of people come together, they form a collective mental atmosphere which is a mixture of the consciousness of every person in the group.
  • The mental atmosphere of people existing in a certain place for a certain time, forms the mental atmosphere of the place itself.

  • The mental atmosphere of a person is a combination of his current thoughts and feelings and also the sum of thoughts and feelings he has been experiencing all along. You can sense a person’s present state as well as the past that he has been experiencing in his life. When you come into the presence of another person, without even saying a word, you are able to know a lot about them based on their mental atmosphere.

  • We are automatically drawn to certain people whose mental atmosphere resonates with our own. We are able to connect and relate with them quickly and easily. A person’s mental atmosphere is his power of attraction. The thoughts and feelings we project attract certain people to us and repel others away. We find ourselves drawn together with others who resonate with how we think and feel everywhere we go.

  • We also find that when we are with people whose consciousness do not vibrate at our level, we either repel from them or they simply do not stick with us. It is the mental atmosphere that determines whether a person is able connect with other people or not. When a new person joins a group, the mental atmospheres of both the person and the group are automatically shifted in order to form the new collective mental atmosphere.

  • When one person’s mental atmosphere in a group is shift to a level where it does not resonate with the group’s, that’s when there will be a split between the person and the group. The person will stay apart from the group as long as there is a dissonance until either his consciousness or the group’s is shifted back into resonance with each other. Every person in the group has the ability to shift the collective mental atmosphere with their own at any time.

  • Animals and children are able to detect the mental atmosphere of a person better than others. An animal or a child can sense whether a person is kind or harmful when he is in their presence. You can always tell the nature of a person by how animals and children behave around them. But there are people who are able to fool animals and children by masking their true nature and intent by projecting a fake mental atmosphere.

  • It takes someone with discernment in order to perceive when someone is projecting a fake mental atmosphere to hide another. We are usually able to perceive a double sensation from such people. One sensation is stronger than the other. The one that they are projecting appears to be the dominant mental atmosphere at that moment, but there is the presence of a weaker mental atmosphere underlying it.

  • The perception is so subtle that we could easily ignore it. But yet the underlying mental atmosphere seems to contradict the one they are projecting. There are times when the two atmospheres switch dominance, and that’s when we catch them revealing their true nature. They can fool all people some of the time, or some people all of the time, but they can never fool all people all of the time.
    A person’s dominant mental atmosphere may also be real instead of fake. The difference whether someone is faking their mental atmosphere or not is determined by their intent. Sometimes a person projects a new mental atmosphere in order to override a previous one. He is working on changing his state of consciousness to a different one. The presence of the old consciousness is still there but is in the process of being replaced by the new one.

  • The things that we use also contain the imprint of our mental atmosphere. They are imbued with the energy of our thoughts and feelings. When you come into contact with an object that belongs to someone, you feel as though their presence is with it. By perceiving their energy present in it, you can sense how they are like, and the past they have experienced with the object.

  • We are always connected to the things and people that we come into contact with. The strongest connections we have are with those that are precious and have significant meaning to us. The stronger the connection, the more our energy is present with it. You can affect the consciousness of a person by affecting the energy of the thing that belongs to him or her.

  • When we give a gift to someone, it is also imbued with our energy. The more thought and feeling we put into the gift, the more our consciousness is felt in that gift. Every time person who receives it looks at it or touches it, he or she senses our consciousness when we gave the gift. Our present contain our presence. If we treat our giving lightly and insincerely, that’s what they feel. If we treat our giving thoughtfully and truly, that’s what they feel.

  • Places contain the mental atmosphere of the thoughts and feelings that people have been experiencing in them. When we go to a certain place, we feel that is fun, exciting, romantic, scary, peaceful, sad, boring or confusing.
  • Our consciousness is affected by the mental atmosphere of the place and we feel like doing the things that is normally done by others when they are there. When you enter a library you feel like reading, when you enter a dance club you feel like dancing.

  • Even when the people who inhabited a place leave it, the mental atmosphere still remains. It may be totally empty when we enter, but we are able to get a sense of what has been going on there before. That’s the reason why haunted house still have the presence of an evil or scary experience although the people that lived in it are long gone. No one is there but the thoughts and feelings are still present and we can perceive them.

  • We can change the mental atmosphere of a place by creating a new one to replace it. When Christians enter a haunted house and worship God in it, they break the curse and dispel the negative vibrations that have been around all along. The mental atmosphere becomes cleansed and transformed into one that is filled with light, love and life. When necessary, you can always transform the vibrations of a place by performing a new activity in it that creates strong thoughts and emotions to override the old.

  • The mental atmosphere of places with great historical significance remain unchanged because people preserve them. They are a link that connects our consciousness to the past. When we enter such ancient places, we feel as though we have stepped into a different time that still has its effect in the present. The events of history are written on the walls of time, so that we may read the details with our consciousness and feelings.


Laura Zukerman

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