“The more intensely we feel about an idea or a goal, the more assuredly the idea, buried deep in our subconscious, will direct us along the path to its fulfillment.” – Earl Nightingale
Once upon a time there was a boy who always remained with his master, Anand and assisted him all the time. Anand mostly depended on the boy for making decisions whenever he was in dilemma. Anand never regretted for seeking the boy’s assistance.
Who was that boy? Well! It’s an interesting tale. When Anand was a child, he never had a friend to share his feelings, happiness and joy. One day his teacher lectured in the classroom, “In our life, we’ve someone who will be with us till our end. It’s hard to live without that person.” Anand started to search in all the places and couldn’t find that person. He was annoyed, approached his teacher and asked, “I’ve not found anyone who can understand me? What you said was a lie.”
“What? You must’ve mistaken. You can’t find him. You can’t see him. But you can feel him and you can talk with him all the time. Do you know who is it?” Teacher continued, “If you find the answer, it is good. If you don’t find the answer, search for it. If you cannot find the answer come to me and I will tell who it is?”
“Okay! I’ll try my best,” Anand responded to his teacher and left.
Anand searched for the answer day and night and couldn’t get the person who had to be with him till his end. After a week passed, he came to his teacher with a smile and said, “Thank you.”
“Thank you! For what?” teacher confused and asked.
“I found the answer for the sentence you used, and I got my friend who can be with me till my end.” Anand expressed with joy.
“Really, may I know who’s that?” Teacher inquired.
“It’s my subconscious mind. It’s the only thing which will be with me till my last breath.” Anand expressed with confidence.
“Well done! You got the answer. From now onwards preserve, protect and follow it.” Teacher said.
The boy was none other than Anands’ subconscious mind. He always discussed with it and made decisions. The moral of this story is to be friendly with your conscious and subconscious mind and synchronize them effectively to lead peaceful and pleasant life.
“We can only be said to be alive in those moments when our hearts are conscious of our treasures.” – Thornton Wilder
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