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Your thinking and beliefs determine your world

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MIND IS A NEUTRAL MECHANISM THAT DOES WHATEVER YOU ASK IT TO DO

Ozodi Thomas Osuji

What is mind?

Mind is consciousness and intelligence, a mental energy with which we think and do things. Mind is a neutral mechanism that does whatever we ask it to do. It has no volition of its own but does what we ask it to do.

We also use body, another neutral mechanism, to do whatever we want to do (within the limitation imposed by matter, space and time).

Our real self, which I believe is spirit, has mind and sometimes body; it uses mind and or body to do whatever it wants to do or experience.

FEAR

If you want to feel fear you put fear into your mind and that makes you feel fearful, both in your day life and in your nightly sleep-dreams; you can literally believe that anything, even what does not exist, such as ghosts and gargoyles, can scare you and your mind would produce a fearful scenario to scare you; you would have nightly nightmarish dreams in which ghosts, Satan and devils (that do not exist) attack you and you feel fear and shake in your dream and wake up shaking on your bed (dream and day life are continuous).

FEAR OF HARM AND DEATH LEADS PEOPLE TO TOLERATE ABUSE

The role of fear in people's lives is so total that it is tragic and comedic. It is tragic because of its consequences and comedic because all that people have to do is let go of fear and it goes away from their lives.

Consider Africans; they feel that if they ask for good governance that their criminal leaders would kill them. They would kill some of them but if many Africans overcome fear and insist on good governance how many people will the thugs that rule Africa kill before they give them corruption free governance?

Americans, white and black, tolerate their inhumane government because they are afraid of it throwing them into jail or blacklisting them and preventing them from getting jobs if they criticize it. If they overcome their fears they would work for a social democratic, mixed economic state that serves all peoples interests.

Fear makes human beings tolerate abuse; their freedom begins when they decide not to live in fear.

SEX AND GUILT

You can tell yourself that an activity is bad and you would feel bad and guilty from doing it, such as sex.

Sex, properly speaking, is an animal behavior; it can be made a source of guilt feeling; thus, even thinking about it, talk more doing it, makes one feel guilty.

One can change one's mind about sex and see it as a neutral activity, as nothing and it would no longer make one feel guilty.

HOMOSEXUALITY USED TO MAKE PEOPLE FEEL BAD BUT IS NOW CELEBRATED

In the past homosexuality used to be a source of guilt feeling. These days' homosexual men do not feel bad sticking their penises into other men's anuses and lesbian  women do not feel bad licking other women's vaginas.

If homosexuals can justify doing what they do why would anyone feel guilt from heterosexual sex?

Guilt feeling is not natural but what we can choose to feel and feel it.

YOU CAN TELL YOURSELF THAT YOU ARE WORTHLESS, BELIEVE IT AND BEHAVE AS SUCH

You can tell yourself that you are worthless, insignificant, shit, believe it and feel like shit. Conversely, you can tell yourself that you are the greatest human being alive and you feel so (Donald Trump, an empty head, tells his self that he is great and feels great).

In the past white racists told black folks that they are worthless and got black folks to believe it and act as such. But when black folks get close to white folks and observe their behaviors generally they see them as human beings and no longer allow what they said about them to govern their lives.

Racism was maintained by keeping the so-called races apart from each other; bring them together and racism is gone from human society.

CHILDHOOD SICKNESS THAT MAKES YOU FEEL PHYSICALLLY WEAK MAY MAKE YOU FEEL INFERIOR AND YOU COME TO BELIEVE THAT YOU ARE INFERIOR AND ACT AS SUCH

In childhood if you had serious limiting illness your mind may draw the conclusion that you are weak, inadequate and inferior and you act as such or compensate with desire for superiority hence become delusional.

IF YOU BELIEVE THAT YOU ARE STRONG AND COURAGEOUS YOU WILL ACT AS SUCH

If you believe that you are strong you will act strong regardless of the state of your body. If you believe that you are fearless and courageous you will act as such.

IF YOU BELIEVE IN POVERTY YOU WILL ACT POOR

If you believe that you ought to be poor and that you do not deserve wealth you will be poor.

Conversely, if you believe that you ought to be successful you will be successful; if you believe that you ought to be famous you will be famous (by doing what would bring you fame).

AVOIDANT BEHAVIOR IS ROOTED ON NEGATIVE SELF PERCEPTION

If you believe that you are so bad and that as such other people will see you as no good and reject you and that you should hide yourself from people to avoid being rejected by them you will hide yourself from people to avoid them seeing you as bad and rejecting you. In social isolation you may nurse a d false grandiose ego.

Conversely, if you believe that you are good you will relate to other people and do so with ease.

THE LAW OF ATTRACTION

Whatever your mind is thinking about tends to be brought into your purview; in effect, you attract to your life what you think and wish for.

SYNCHRONICITY

What your mind is preoccupied with often produce what matches it so that they seem like coincidences.

YOUR MIND CREATES YOUR REALITY

What you think about is mirrored for you in the external world for you to see it and in that sense your mind creates your reality.

Our individual and collective thinking projected out the external world we see; in dreams our minds project out the dream world we see; in dreams the part of the mind that produces the dream world is not the day time conscious mind but the subconscious or unconscious level of mind.

Mind has many levels, including conscious, subconscious and unconscious and superconscious (spiritual level).

YOU EXPERIENCE THE WORLD YOUR MIND WANTS TO EXPERIENCE

There is no one reality that fits all people's realities; instead, each of us thinks certain thoughts and those determine how he experiences our world.

You experience joy, happiness and peace if that is what you want to experience and you experience sadness, anger and conflict if that is what you want to experience.

THERE ARE NO ACCIDENTS IN OUR LIVES

The world one is experiencing reflects ones thinking so that there are no accidents in one's life; one is where one wants to be and is  relating to the people one wants to relate to  and not relating to those one does not want to relate to.

Those around you were brought there by your mind; those you do not want to relate to your mind would not project out and they would not project you out into their orbit. Those you projected out projected you out (there is only one mind that projects all of us and the universe out).

ANGER AND FEAR ARE THE ABSENCE OF LOVE

Only love exists.

Love is the union of everything as one thing.

When we experience the opposite of love, such as fear and anger it is relative to love and in effect fear and anger are part of love, albeit a perverted kind of love one wants to experience.

DISCUSSION

Mind is a neutral thing and does whatever you ask it to do for you. It does not matter what you ask it to do, it will blindly obey you.

The you that asks mind to do whatever you want it to do for you is spirit. Your real self is part of unified spirit self, what folks call God.  That real self, the son of God, has a mind. It uses its mind to wish whatever it wants to experience, good or bad, and experiences it.

Sometimes the son of God, your real self, wants to experience life in body and uses mind to write mathematical and physics equations and enacts them as the physical universe and our bodies and now seems to live in body. But it does not live in body.

The son of God, spirit, is not his mind or body. Mind and body are instruments with which the son of God, spirit, plays with.

The son of God has mind but that mind is neutral and merely does whatever he asks it to do for him at any point in time; by the same token the son of God uses a neutral body to do whatever he asks it to do for him (you).

CONCLUSION

You must examine whatever you put into your mind and believe as real for you, for it will manifest in your day and nightly dream.

We are not talking good or bad for there is no good or bad; the son of God is eternal, permanent and changeless; he knows that he does not die so he can experience whatever he wants to experience, including the death of his body for he knows that he is not his body and that the death of his body is not his death.

If you want to experience peace and joy put loving thoughts into your mind; conversely, if you want to experience war put hateful thoughts into you mind.

Whatever you put into your mind shapes the world you experience. Therefore, the choice as to what type of world you want to experience is yours to make.

Post Script:

If you understand what I said above and practice it your life would be changed 180 degrees; you will be liberated from whatever ideas you have in your mind that limit your behaviors and prevent you from living fully.

So, how much do you think that a person who gave you this emancipating information is worth for you? How much is my services worth to you? You can show gratitude for the useful information given to you.

If you have money and want to contribute to my work please visit www.centerformindscience.org; my contact address and phone number is there; contribute whatever you can to keep the work going but if you do not have the ability to contribute to my work just say thank you to me and leave it at that. Thank you for reading my works.

Ozodi Thomas Osuji, PhD

January 15, 2018

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Ozodi Osuji Ph.D

Ozodi Thomas Osuji is from Imo State, Nigeria. He obtained his PhD from UCLA. He taught at a couple of Universities and decided to go back to school and study psychology. Thereafter, he worked in the mental health field and was the Executive Director of two mental health agencies. He subsequently left the mental health environment with the goal of being less influenced by others perspectives, so as to be able to think for himself and synthesize Western, Asian and African perspectives on phenomena. Dr Osuji’s goal is to provide us with a unique perspective, one that is not strictly Western or African but a synthesis of both. Dr Osuji teaches, writes and consults on leadership, management, politics, psychology and religions. Dr Osuji is married and has three children; he lives at Anchorage, Alaska, USA.

He can be reached at: ozodiosuji@gmail.com (907) 310-8176