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pose of the mind? The purpose of the mind is to create a safe and solid “experience box” within which we can safely live. The mind’s experience box says, “An apple is always a fruit,” or “A woman is different from a man.” As we grow up, the mind’s experience box fills with data and facts. The brain’s job is to store and organize information about the world around us. But the center of our consciousness is not centered in our brain. Once we are self-reliant, fully actualized spiritual beings, we no longer need the mind to protect us. We realize our consciousness derives from the energy body surrounding and pervading our physical body. The brain, like the heart and lungs, is an honored and respected part of our body. Without the brain we could not function. But once we reach a certain point in our spiritual awakening, we can make our own decisions. We flow with life and meet each new experience head on with joyful surrender. Getting from where you are to there is a long, slow process, so be patient. At first the differences between the heart and the mind appear subtle, but after a while it’s easy to tell the difference between them. I grew up overly focused on the mind, and in middle school my imbalance negatively affected my blossoming spiritual awakening. By the time I reached middle school—seventh and eighth grades—I had been practicing many of the techniques featured in this book. Due to several life circumstances, I wasn’t a very heartfelt kid. I was overly intellectual and felt separate from the Getting Started

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The Way of the Psychic Heart, by Chad Mercree  

Developing your natural psychic abilities begins with an open heart, and the more you connect with your heart, the easier your psychic abili...

The Way of the Psychic Heart, by Chad Mercree  

Developing your natural psychic abilities begins with an open heart, and the more you connect with your heart, the easier your psychic abili...