The Science of Mind Management

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The successful distinguish themselves by their ability to marshal their mental resources. They know how to tap into the fountain source of inspiration that lies within. Knowing how to choose their thoughts judiciously, they stay happy and full of hope. Thus, they march forth as more effective human beings.

In contrast are those who remain slaves of their emotions. They feel that the key to their joy lies in external factors. To be happy, they desperately need others to behave differently and for situations to change. Hence, they become obsessed with battling circumstances in their life.

Instead, if they had learnt the science of improving their mind, they would have found an infallible and trustworthy friend within themselves. That is why even a little time dedicated to acquiring the technology for mind management reaps powerful dividends, enriching your life forever.



Our subconscious mind stores data, retrieves it, and passes it to the conscious. As the basis of our attitudes, it has the potential of a double-edged sword. It can be our worst foe and cripple our personality with its debilitating attitudes. But it can also be our foremost benefactor and provide inner strength through never-say-die positive emotions. The problem is that the subconscious can only create sentiments and feelings, but it cannot reason logically. And that is why it gets us into trouble with illogical fears, likes, and dislikes. If we wish to make the subconscious our friend and partner in life, we must be extremely careful of the inputs we consciously pass to it. The intellect and the conscious mind must train the subconscious and diligently seed it with positive assertions.

For instance, if we wish to programme our subconscious with positivity, we need to consciously seed it with positive ideas, while ensuring it is not contaminated it with negative thoughts.



A habit has three parts to it: 1) stimulus, 2) response, and 3) reward. The stimulus works like a trigger for the brain which then responds with the conditioned behaviour. That behaviour generates a reward which further reinforces the pattern for the future.

Habits often enter our lives without our conscious permission. But they grow so strong that they shape our destiny far more than we realise. They cause our brain to latch onto them, to the exclusion of all else including common sense. In this way, habits can be compared to a cable. Each day, we weave a thread of the cable. The singular thread seems too weak to hold us, however, when woven together, the cable is almost unbreakable.

But the good news is that habits can be changed. The brain’s quality of neuroplasticity works like a two-edged sword.



The gap between knowledge and its practice must always be bridged by ‘discipline.’ In reality, lack of self-control is akin to a mental disease that makes us feeble and irresolute. When we see this weakness within, we must make it a priority to stamp it out.

We develop self-discipline by exercising it, in much the same way as we build our muscles. Every time we follow through on a resolution, we liberate the force of willpower within. But each time we break our resolve not to indulge in sense pleasures, the muscle of self-control becomes emaciated.

In this way, small moment-to-moment victories lead to larger successes. The more we exert our willpower, the greater it grows. But if we neglect it, our self-discipline will dwindle and wither away, like unused muscles in the body. When we see people with masterly qualities and stellar character, we wonder how they reached there. Well, it was all a matter of exerting their willpower for some time, until the new habit kicked in.

Publisher ‏ : ‎ Westland (21 September 2020)
Language ‏ : ‎ English
Paperback ‏ : ‎ 252 pages
ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 9389648440
ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-9389648447
Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 230 g
Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 14 x 1.6 x 21.6 cm
Country of Origin ‏ : ‎ India

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