This week, Life Training Online is reviewing The Power of Your Subconscious Mind, by Dr. Joseph Murphy, the eightteenth of fifty-two books in the 52 Personal Development Books in 52 Weeks series.

How to Use the Power of Your Subconscious for Wealth

Murphy claims that if you are struggling to make end meets and are experiencing financial difficulties, then it is because you haven’t yet convinced your subconscious mind that you will always have plenty and some to spare. There are many people who make more than enough money without having to struggle and slave away. When you learn to leverage the power of your subconscious mind in matters of wealth, then an abundant life will be yours.

So how is wealth created then? Well, it’s the feeling of wealth that produces wealth. Your subconscious mind will magnify whatever you impress upon it, whether it’s the idea of wealth or poverty. The choice lies with you. When you are able to convince your subconscious mind that wealth is yours and that it is always circulating in your life, you will always have it.

It really comes down to the dominant idea/thought in your mind. It’s not simply a matter of stating empty affirmations. For example, if you are telling yourself everyday that you are a millionaire or that you are successful and you are not, you create an internal conflict which negatively effects your subconscious. Instead, Murphy says, you should state in your mind that you are in the process of becoming a millionaire (or whatever your definition of monetary success is). By so doing — along with infusing it with emotion — your subconscious will believe it and as a result manifest it in your life.

Your Right to Be Rich

“You are here to grow, expand, and unfold spiritually, mentally, and materially. You have the inalienable right to fully develop and express yourself in all your potentials. An important aspect of that is the ability, should you so choose, to surround yourself with beauty and luxury.”

Murphy dedicates a whole chapter to those who struggle with the idea that money is a positive thing. It’s important to understand that money is a symbol of exchange. If you look at what money really is, you can see that it’s nothing more than paper. In and of itself, it’s worthless. If you were stranded on an island, no amount of that green paper could get you food, clothing, shelter, or any necessity. In other words, money by itself, is not evil. It’s just a symbol.

The urge of life is for knowledge, growth, expansion, and abundance. Money is an important tool in achieving those things and as such is important and vital for our own growth.

Your Subconscious Mind as a Partner in Success

Success, according to Murphy, really comes down to being exceptional at the enterprise of living. Achieving the real and lasting things of life such as peace, harmony, integrity, security, and happiness, is the key to this success. Murphy gives three steps to achieving this:

  1. Find out the thing your love to do, then do it. Unless you love your work you cannot claim to be successful at it even if the rest of the world lauds you as a great success. It’s not enough to have a diploma. “Getting by” is not true success. Your motives need to be much greater.
  2. Specialize in some particular branch of work and strive to excel in it This seems to go hand in hand with the previous step. If you truly love your job, you have a great desire to keep up with your field, attending conventions, reading the latest trade literature and most of all doing so because you truly want to grow in that field. It’s this kind of passion which comes to those who have matched there passion with their jobs.
  3. Your job must be for the good of all You need to be sure that what you do does not just contribute to your own success. It must benefit humanity. When your job becomes a purpose of blessing and serving the world it will come back to you magnified and full of blessings.

The Power of Your Subconscious Mind is the eightteenth of fifty-two books in Life Training – Online’s series 52 Personal Development Books in 52 Weeks.

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