The Three Levels of Mind and Brain-Wave Cycles

Conscious Mind—Beta Level: The area of the alert, awake mind. Action, decisions, muscle and speech initiation. Fourteen to thirty cycles per second.

Subconscious Mind—Alpha: Alert but relaxed area of the brain. Concentration, relaxation, meditation, hypnosis. Appears only in spurts when you are awake. Maintained and level regular pulses when using meditation, hypnosis, some types of ESP. Eight to ten cycles per second.

Superconscious Mind-Theta: Creative imagery, computation on deep mind levels, the controller of the mind. Not frequent in the waking EEC pattern. Four to seven cycles per second. Delta-Sleep: One and a half to three cycles per second. Camma—Unexplored: Very fast, usually observed in individuals who are undergoing crisis situations.

Mind Programming

Conscious Mind: Decides what is desired, makes decisions, chooses what programming is to be done, which problems are to be worked on, or what skill is to be learned. Subconscious Mind: Accepts the direction of the conscious if put into simple words and commands. Retains the suggestions that are programmed into it and causes the results to become a reality. Superconscious Mind: The third factor, the X factor, the portion of the mind that contains access to the collective unconscious, the pool of awareness and knowledge, the doorway to true mental power. Perhaps man’s connection to his creator and his cosmos.

In ESP training, the conscious directs the subconsious to perform a task, from psychometry to telepathy to prediction of the future. The subconscious learns to perform the task, remembers how to do it, and goes to the superconscious to get the answers. Superconscious supplies the information, which is then sent back to the conscious mind through the learned-response pattern that has been built into the subconscious.

Upon training, this feedback system can be accomplished in a fraction of a second. Initial programming is all-important. Like any computer, the brain and mind must be correctly programmed and taught how to pro¬ duce an answer or a result. Correct programming results in correct operation and correct answers.

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