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2 /4 Some Practical work with your Mind for Total Wholeness

Posted by on January 16, 2012marketing at 12:13 am

We have been looking at the place of the Mind when we look at Total Wholeness of your personality.  We have seen the God-given purposes of our Mind how we can direct our Mind and thus, change our life. 

We talked about the three ‘voices’ that enter your SuperComputer Mind …..and that you can make a choice on which thoughts dominate your thinking by ‘renewing the Mind’ to your Creator’s calling.

In this forth post on your Mind, I thought you might like to do more practical thinking about your own personal Mind.  I have included some thinking and meditation exercises and some Mind Games from an Internet site I discovered. 

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2/3 The Mind’s Job for Total Wholeness

Posted by on January 12, 2012 at 3:38 am

Welcome back to Part 2 of our fascinating study of the Human Mind, that part of our personality that thinks and aims to rule our world.  However, as we have been discovering in this series on the seven parts to our personality, the Mind is only one precious, God-given competent that makes us the person we are.  It is only as we put all the parts together in unity and harmony that we can begin to understand the concept of Total Wholeness.

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2/1 Total Wholeness and The Mind

Posted by on December 13, 2011 at 10:11 am

In our first post in this Total Wholeness blog, we began an Introduction to the Boardroom concept and to the 7 special members of your personality.  Can you remember what they were?  The first member we want to five a brief Introduction to is ‘The Mind’.

So, welcome to the Boardroom member: ‘The Mind’.  

This is the logical, rational member who “just wants to understand and organise things”.  This member can be a dominating force, usually against the heart and emotions.  In our Greek heritage, the mind has been elevated and educated more than any other member of the Boardroom. We spend from 10 years to 30 years educating the Mind in its abilities to scientifically see the world.  It is the logical, rational components to my thinking, aims to make decisions, plans and to organise your life. 

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