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Sunday, February 22, 2009

Manifesting Desires -- Prayer ?

A clear concept of the dual nature of man's consciousness must be the basis
of all true prayer. Consciousness includes a subconscious as well as a
conscious part. The infinitely greater part of conscious lies below the
sphere of objective consciousness. The subconscious is the most important
part of consciousness. It is the cause of voluntary action. The subconscious
is what a man is. The conscious is what a man knows. "I and my Father are
one but my Father is greater than I" The conscious and subconscious are one,
but the subconscious is greater than the conscious.

"I of myself can do nothing, the Father within me He doeth the work." I,
objective consciousness, of myself can do nothing; the Father, the
subconscious, He doeth the work. The subconscious is that in which
everything is known, in which everything is possible, to which everything
goes, from which everything comes, which belongs to all, to which all have
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What we are conscious of is constructed out of what we are not conscious of.
Not only do our subconscious assumptions influence our behavior but they
also fashion the pattern of our objective existence. They alone have the
power to say, "Let us make man - objective manifestations - in our image,
after our likeness." The whole of creation is asleep within the deep of man
and is awakened to objective existence by his subconscious assumptions.

Within that blankness we call sleep there is a consciousness in unsleeping
vigilance and while the body sleeps this unsleeping being releases from the
treasure house of eternity the subconscious assumptions of man.

Prayer is the key which unlocks the infinite storehouse. "Prove me now
here-with, saith the Lord of hosts if I will not open you the windows of
heaven, and pour you out a blessing, that there shall not be room enough to
receive it." Prayer modifies or completely changes our subconscious
assumptions, and a change of assumption is a change of expression.

The conscious mind reasons inductively from observation, experience and
education. It therefore finds it difficult to believe what the five senses
and inductive reason deny. The subconscious reasons deductively and is never
concerned with the truth or falsity of the premise, but proceeds on the
assumption of the correctness of the premise and objectifies results which
are consistent with the premise. This distinction must be clearly seen by
all who would master the art of praying. No true grasp of the science of
prayer can be really obtained until the laws governing the dual nature of
consciousness are understood and the importance of the subconscious

Prayer -- the art of believing what is denied by the senses -- deals almost
entirely with the subconscious. Through prayer, the subconscious is
suggested into acceptance of the wish fulfilled, and, reasoning deductively,
logically unfolds it to its legitimate end. "Far greater is He that is in
you than he that is in the world. "

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