WEEK 17 Got Concentration?
Before I begin. With your permission may I ask what thoughts fills your mind? Does your busy daily agenda occupy your thoughts? Did you know that scattered thoughts interrupts concentration which results in fuzzy pictures, which in turn produces fuzzy results. If you don’t have what you desire at the present time, it probably isn’t your fault. You just didn’t know better.
Let me explain by using myself as and example of this argument. I am where I am, and I am that I am. This is where I deserve to be because of concentration interrupts. Some people call this poor concentration? Poor concentration caused by scattered thoughts interrupting my concentration process. Oh my gosh! If there is poor concentration, then there must be good concentration. Right? So how am I to have good concentration?
Thank heavens for MKMMA. Hannal 17:4 “continuous concentration means an even, unbroken flow of thought and is the result of patient persistent, persevering and well regulated system.” Hannah 17:6 I should be so interested in my thought, so engrossed in my subject, as to be conscious of nothing else. Such concentration less to intuitive perception and immediate insight into the nature of the object concentrated upon. Hannah 17:7 All knowledge is the result of concentration of this kind: it is thus that the mind becomes a magnet and the desire to know draws the knowledge, irresistibly attracts it, makes it your own.” Eureka! If I truly desire anything, I must control my concentration whereby all modes of consciousness whether mental or physical, must be under control. This is how I can arouse my subconscious mind. If I persist with my desire and concentrate until there is authoritative revelation, the secret of nature will be reviled. In due time, it will all come together.
I must sit and relax my mind and let my intuitive power be set in operation. Handel 17:24 “Intuition usually comes in Silence” “The degree of success is determined by the nature of the desire.” I hereby promise to work on my concentration. I used to believe that I had an issue with consistency. However after reading Haanel’s chapter 17, concentration will eradicate consistency issues. What do you think? Thank you for your comments in advance.