The conscious mind reasons inductively from observation, experience and education. It therefore finds it difficult to believe what the five senses and inductive reason deny. The subconscious reasons deductively and is never concerned with the truth or falsity of the premise, but proceeds on the assumption of the correctness of the premise and objectifies results which are consistent with the premise. This distinction must be clearly seen by all who would master the art of praying.

No true grasp of the science of prayer can be really obtained until the laws governing the dual nature of consciousness are understood and the importance of the subconscious realized.

Prayer — the art of believing what is denied by the senses — deals almost entirely with the subconscious. Through prayer, the subconscious is suggested into acceptance of the wish fulfilled, and, reasoning deductively, logically unfolds it to its legitimate end. “Far greater is He that is in you than he that is in the world” [1 John 4:4].~Neville Goddard, Resurrection

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Today’s I AM Statement #IAMSTATEMENTS

“Mighty I AM Presence”! Take this doubt out of me! Make me see, feel and BE the fullness of this Truth and Thy Perfection forever!

Adorations & Affirmations, The I AM Discourses Vol 5.