No two minds ever come together without thereby creating a third, invisible, intangible force which may be likened to a third mind.
– Napoleon Hill
And whatever you ask in prayer, you will receive, if you have faith.”
Analyzing the Master Mind
What can actually be regarded as the Mind Master? Everything that goes into our mind passes through one or more of our five senses, the senses of sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell. The information we get represents the form and nature of impressions we receive from the outside world. This information goes through some process in our minds.
Are our five senses the Mind Master? These five senses are important, but we need to recognize that our minds hold a greater degree of power (Dumont, 2010). Take this for example; you can shut off a channel or all channels of communication of the senses but you can still be conscious of your own mental existence, aren’t you? If you can shut off one or more of your senses, they cannot be the Mind Master.
Let us consider if our emotions are the Masters of our mind. You know that at one point or another, we would be bound to act upon our emotions. It is hard to say “No” to your emotions. Hard; but not impossible, is it?
A fool gives full vent to his spirit, but a wise man quietly holds it back.
The Power of the “I”
Something occupies a higher seat than our sensations and emotions. Dumont (2010) describes an “I” to occupy a higher position. The “I” occupies the position of a spectator who is presented with sense experiences and emotions. The“I” has the power to direct and to change the course of the respective streams of sensations and emotions, if the “I” exerts its willpower.
Dumont (2010) describes the Central Authority to be the Master Mind. The Central Authority is not just merely our willpower.
If the Will, in itself, allows itself to be controlled and called into action by ordinary feelings, desires, emotions, or passions, or on the other hand called into action by the most trifling passing thought or idea? In such cases it would appear that the Will is really the obedient “easy” servant, rather than the Master, does it not (Dumont 2010, p. 38-39)
What is the Will?
- The machinery of the will is the mechanism of control and action.
- It is a strong force in us.
- Who controls the Will? The force that controls the will is stronger, which is able to control, direct, and apply the power of the will.
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