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Success Consciousness => Spirituality => Peace of Mind => Topic started by: Badshah Mamun on May 14, 2012, 03:34:23 PM

Title: Closing the Doors and Windows of the Mind
Post by: Badshah Mamun on May 14, 2012, 03:34:23 PM

Closing the Doors and Windows of the Mind
By Remez Sasson

If your mind is like a house with wide open windows and doors, with nothing to sort or filter out what comes in, all thoughts are free to enter, dwell there and disturb and affect your mind and life. In this situation there is lack of control over your mental house and over what goes inside it.

Under these conditions the mind allows free access to thoughts, ideas, words and suggestions coming from the outside, from people, the media or from other sources.

For most people, this is the natural state of affairs. However, some seek a way to close the doors and windows of your mind and prevent unnecessary, useless or negative thoughts from occupying their mind and robbing their time and energy.

Someone, who has the key to the doors and windows of his mind, can prevent unnecessary thoughts and worries from occupying his mind. Such a person can choose to think or stop thinking at will. Such a person can enjoy inner peace and be in a state free from worries and anxieties.

Being able to close the windows and doors of the mind might seem an unobtainable goal, but with desire, persistence and the right training, this can become a possibility. Even a partial ability is a great attainment and is highly rewarding.

Most people are never even aware that this possibility exists, and even if they knew about it, most probably they would not be aware of its importance and how to go about gaining it.

With the ability to close the doors and windows of the mind at will, you don't turn into a zombie, you don't become cold and indifferent, and you don't lose your ability to think, as some might believe. On the contrary, your inner strength grows, and so your ability to choose your thoughts. People, events and circumstances don't affect your moods and mind, which stay calm and undisturbed, and even your attention and concentration improve and increase.

Peace of Mind in Daily Life is a program especially designed for developing the ability to accept or reject thoughts at will, and leading to inner peace and mental mastery through step-by-step instructions, advice, exercises and meditations. Even following and practicing only the first chapters will bring great inner changes into one's life.

Source: http://www.successconsciousness.com/doors-of-mind.htm