Cultivating the Garden of Suggestion: The Subconscious Mind
By Hakeem Alexander
(Exercising Your Mind)
Blueberries or Belladonna? Food or poison? If you were a farmer and you
had a plot of good, fertile land, you could of course plant whatever
seeds you wanted to in the soil of that land. It is interesting that the
soil will not tell you “no!” if you wanted to plant poison instead of
an edible food. Soil is indifferent. It will take the information
contained in the seed’s genetic code and faithfully reproduce the
instruction contained in the code and make whatever it says.
good working model of the subconscious mind of a human being would be
the analogy that it operates much like fertile soil. Our subconscious
mind will reproduce in vast abundance whatever thoughts are planted
within it by our farmer, the conscious mind, or by default,
whatever good or bad happens to fall upon it by our lack of attention to
what we allow to enter.