One of the greatest truths shared by John, the brother and disciple of Jesus Christ, was this: “Greater is He who is in you than he who is in the world.”  If taken at surface value, this simple sentence could mean of course that the enemy who prowls around seeking whom to devour is far less than the Spirit of God that dwells inside the believers.  Again, if we look a little bit beyond that meaning, it is also possible to see that the Spirit of God enables the subconscious mind to draw strength from an unfathomable and irresistible source, one stronger than the challenges which you face.  When you consider this against the array of roadblocks which face you on a daily basis, it becomes easier for you to allow your subconscious mind to grasp this truth and draw strength from within you.

Dr. Stephen Covey,  one of Time magazine’s 25 most influential Americans, made the following statement:  ” We are the creative force of our life, and through our own decisions rather than our conditions, if we carefully learn to do certain things, we can accomplish those goals.”  In the final analysis, it is what we decide that matters the most, irrespective of the external circumstances.  We may have excuses but those will never change what we decide, it will only salve our conscience or serve as a consolation for our frustrations.  The key to getting past the myriad challenges before you is to connect your subconscious mind to the strength inside you of which John spoke and allow it to manifest on your outer circumstances.

Dr.  Covey also had this to say: ” We are not human beings on a spiritual journey. We are spiritual beings on a human journey.”  Why this reference to spiritual matters when we seem to be addressing issues which are pretty empirical in nature?  I believe Stephen Covey’s statement above answers that question.  We must realize that we are in fact, spiritual beings.  We must deal with these circumstances the way spiritual beings do, by looking beyond and creating the solutions even when and where there does not seem to be any.

When the tax collectors sought to trap Jesus Christ about the issue of tax, he gave them a spiritually inspired answer and when he wanted to make payment, he provided a spiritually inspired solution to the problem.  Where most people miss the point is when they look at themselves as merely human, incapable of doing the impossible.  The subconscious mind with which you are endowed has tremendous powers into which you are meant to tap and when you incorporate subconscious training and understand that inside of you is an unfathomable power which has endless possibilities, you can see that you are in a good position to make things happen.

Why is it that some people struggle to achieve even the simplest of goals, while for others, success seems to just fall into their hands?  It has far less to do with luck or fate, and much to do with learning to tap into your subconscious mind power by training it to work in your favor, enabling you to accomplish all you set out to do.

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