Teacher: If your whole mind will listen to you according to your desires, you will find answers to make all of your dreams come true.
Student: So, what must I do to get my whole mind to listen to me?
Teacher: You must work on feeling that you already have what you desire. You must take the time to imagine vividly that your dreams are already true, and feel grateful, like it has already come to pass.
Student: And, then what happens?
Teacher: When you feel grateful, so it reaches deep down inside, you stir the greater part of your mind – the mighty subconscious. Now, the greater part of your mind reveals to the lesser part of your mind, the conscious mind, what you must be alert to, in order to make your dreams come true.
Student: I’m confused.
Teacher: It’s really not difficult. It’s best stated in ancient script: “Prove me now herewith, saith the lord of hosts, if I will not open the windows of heaven and pour you out a blessings that there will not be room enough to receive it.”
“Trust now, that your dreams have already come to you,” speaks the lord of hosts. The lord of hosts is the greater part of your mind, always eager to serve you.
If you are so sure that your dreams will come true that you already are grateful, then I will call upon the Law of Attraction (I will open the windows of heaven), and the right people, conditions and circumstances will come to support you in ways you cannot even imagine.
Student: So, it’s not the words that I speak when I’m repeating an affirmation of success, nor is it what I do that guarantees my success. But rather, it’s the “feeling of certainty mixed with gratitude” that gets the subconscious and conscious parts of my mind to unite and serve me. And when both parts of my mind are working on the same thing, there will not be room enough in my life to receive all of the blessings that will come to me.
Teacher: By Jove, you got it!