Tonight and every night for the rest of
your life I want you to take the last five minutes before you go off to sleep
and realize that you are about to program your subconscious mind. Your
subconscious mind is most at home when you are unconscious when you are asleep.
If you spend the last five minutes of your day which so many people do,
reviewing all of the things that you don’t like and all the things that
didn’t work out and how terrible you feel and who abused you and who was mean
to you and who said this and they did this and you’re constantly doing this
kind of thing with your mind then you are programming your subconscious mind
that when you awaken because you’re now about to marinate for the next eight
hours in your subconscious mind. And then when you awaken you will rejoin the
universal subconscious mind the mind of God from which we all originate we’re
all just individualized personal expressions of that one thing that we
called the Tao or God or Divine mind or soul or spirit but the Tao that can
be named is not the Tao. So you want to be real careful about how
you program your subconscious mind. This is from the book of Job, in a dream; in a
vision of the night when deep sleep falls upon men while slumbering on their
beds then he opens the ears of men and seals their instruction – Job 33 15 and 16.
When you are slumbering on your bed, he opens your ears and seals your
instruction. What you place into your subconscious mind as you are about to go
into this deep slumber is all dependent upon what you do the last three or four
or five minutes before you go off to sleep. You want to place into your
imagination whatever you have placed into the ‘I am that’ that I spoke about
earlier ‘I am’ well ‘I am’ content ‘I am’ peaceful ‘I am’ happy ‘I am’ prosperous ‘I am’
abundant I am God. I am God. I am God. Because, at the basic core each and every
one of us are just that. It’s like if you’ll just close your eyes
and just listen to this meditation, it’s from the book three magic words. Here’s
what I’d like you to say to yourself at night. I know that I am pure spirit, that I
always have been and that I always will be. There is
inside me a place of confidence and quietness and security where all things
are known and understood, this is the universal mind God of which I am apart
and which responds to me as I ask of it. This universal mind knows the answer to
all of my problems and even now the answers are speeding their way to me I
needn’t struggle for them, I needn’t worry or strive for them, when the time
comes the answers will be there. I give my problems to the great mind of God I
let go of them, confident that the correct answers will return to me when
they are needed. Through the great Law of Attraction everything in life that I
need for my work and fulfillment will come to me. It is not necessary that I
strain about this only believe for in the strength of my belief my faith will
make it so. I see the hand of divine intelligence all about me, in the flower,
the tree, the brook, the meadow. I know that the intelligence that created all
these things is in me and around me and that I can call upon it for my slightest
need. I know that my body is a manifestation of pure spirit and that
spirit is perfect therefore my body is perfect also. I enjoy life for each day
brings a constant demonstration of the power and wonder of the universe and
myself. I am confident. I am serene. I am sure. No matter what obstacle or
undesirable circumstance crosses my path I refuse to accept it for it is nothing
but illusion. There can be no obstacle or undesirable circumstance to the mind of
God which is in me, around me, and serves me now. This is the great lesson; know
this within you. When Herman Melville was writing Moby Dick, he wasn’t writing
about a man looking for a whale he was writing about a man trying to find his
higher self he said these words, for as this appalling ocean surrounds the
verdant land, so in the soul of man lies one insular Tahiti full of peace and joy
but encompassed by all of the horrors of the half lived life. In every moment of your life as you leave here today you have this choice, you can either be a host to God or a hostage to your ego. It’s your call.
Thank you, god bless you. Namaste. Thank you.