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Mental Fact Sheet

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Here are 25 facts about the Mind that humanity has gathered over years of scientific, psychological and meditative explorations.

  • The Mind is not found inside the brain, though studying the brain allows us to understand the mind better.
  • The Mind consists of different levels of cognizance which include the unconscious, subconscious, conscious and superconscious.
  • The Mind changes, adapts, evolves and expands.
  • The Mind is not a thought, or series of thoughts, but rather the space-time through which thoughts emerge and subside.
  • The Mind operates through thoughts and energetic vibrations of various wavelengths.
  • Humans can think anywhere between 6 000 and 70 000 thoughts in one day.
  • After 16 seconds of thinking a specific thought, a thought of a similar vibration will flow through the mind.
  • Thoughts are not random, but follow observable patterns.
  • The Mind is the mechanism through which we turn thoughts to things.
  • The Mind serves as a gateway between spirit and body.
  • Thoughts are as real as things, for thoughts precede things.
  • Mental disorders are often rooted in energy disruptions as opposed to physical inadequacies.
  • The repetition of thoughts induces an emotion within the body.
  • When emotion is the object of mental focus, then feelings may produce new thoughts.
  • The Mind is boundless and intangible.
  • Humans share a hive-mind, to some degree.
  • Mental communication (telepathy) between humans has been proven to be possible.
  • The Mind is not the Observer, but rather the glasses, binoculars or portal through which Awareness observes different levels/dimensions of reality.
  • The Mind can be closed off through the Awareness of an individual.
  • The Mind believes everything that moves through it.
  • All memories of all conscious thoughts are stored within the subconscious, the mind then predicts more like-thoughts to arise in the future.
  • The Mind is a problem-solving apparatus.
  • Conscious recollection of memories can change over time; this is influenced by context, motivation, emotions and the frequency of recollection.
  • It is a myth that humans use only 10% of the brain’s amplitude on average – humans do, in fact, use almost full capacity of the brain, even during sleep. Though the Mind is yet to be used to its fullest extent.
  • In every decision we make, instead of presenting one or two options from which to choose, the Mind generates infinite possibilities/outcomes, then suppresses all but one – the most desirable potential in the given moment when said decision is being made.


Abraham Hicks – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RnFBz5QL9U0
Breaking the Habit of being yourself – Joe Dispenza