One of the best ways to learn about the Power of Thought is to uncover aspects of this psychological principle that we didn’t know it exhibited. As we learn to factor in these aspects of the Power of Thought, we appreciate and respect more deeply the role the Power of Thought plays in our everyday…
The Pathway to Insight Diagram allows us to insightfully see how the human experience is produced. We get to face that the human experience is coming from one of two possible “paradigms.” These two paradigms are contradictory to each other, meaning that we realize that if one paradigm is true, it must render the other…
How the Principle of Thought being included in the human experience allow us to discover why we feel the way we feel.
If the Principle of Thought is not involved, we’d be looking in some direction where psychological evolution cannot take place.
Once one realises there is no outside, it will no longer make sense for the person to look outside to discover their own mental health and resilience, because it can only be found in the inside. In this video, Brett attempts to convey the often-surprising idea that there is no outside in the first place.
Only when an individual – including helpers of humanity and mental health professionals – give up the connection between the World of Thought and the World of Matter could it guide them unlocking hidden reserves of mental health, confidence, resilience, love and freedom.
The Two Trees analogy from Sydney Banks is one of the most powerful, vivid, and far-reaching descriptions of the Power of Thought there is. In this 66-minute recording, Brett attempts to explain what the analogy is about and how it applies in our everyday lives.