The mind is like time is like the mind. Like time, the mind is not what it appears to be on the surface. In the mind, we can replay a situation from the past over and over. We can predict an event from our past experience and intuition.

We can even create situations in our minds that can be projected into any time frame; the mind is independent of the linear causalities of time in the conventional sense. Therefore, when we treat the mind, we must treat the mind within its own reality rather than apply conventional wisdom.

You might be saying, "What good is that information? That's just the imagination. The mind is nothing." Is that what you you were taught? Whatever 'authority' gave you this information is messing with your mind. Your mind is the most important part of you. Your mind is a living, breathing part of you. Your mind keeps your body together in the same way time keeps the universe together.

Further down to earth, let's relate how the mind helps us: We can remember sensations and feelings; we can even project sensations and feelings in our bodies. These sensations can induce sickness or health, all created by our feelings and emotions which are very real. The way we apply those feelings and sensations depends on our state of consciousness.

For each state of consciousness, there is a different set of neural pathways throughout your brain and central nervous system. The mind accesses a set of pathways like a computer accessing a circuit for performing a set of learned functions.

As you know from learning as a child, it can take time and practice to open the proper neural pathways for coordination, quick reflexes and dexterity, mentally and physically. When you're at work, reading a book, playing at a sport, or paying attention to a particular person, each time, each function accesses a different set of neural pathways throughout your nervous system.

Some important tasks take complete, intense focus such as when studying for an exam or when learning a musical instrument. For example, You need both halves of your brain for logic and creativity in application of an ambidextrous function such as playing music. Don't ask me how I know, but it has been found the corpus callosum, the neural interface between the brains, is much larger in musicians, martial artists, some scientists, and some performing artists because of the increased sets of ambidextrous neural pathways between logic and creativity.

Practicing mental dexterity opens further neural pathways. In fact, multiple mentalities can be trained as proved by Harry Kahne, master of multiple mentalism. He was able to write upside down and backwards with hands and feet while simultaneously doing arithmetic in his head and reciting poetry.

I need you to pay attention to these strange facts. You see, you're not different at all from the kind of people mentioned so far. You have all the tools that they have: The ability to open new neural pathways with positive functions. We are all born with primal functions that we need for survival.

The secondary functions are through education and culture. You have learned positive secondary autonomic functions to get you through life and you've probably done them well. You are still accomplished, perhaps, not to the degree of an Einstein or a Mozart, but you want to do even better. That's why you're here.

The problem is that there are unwanted secondary autonomic functions (aka, emotional baggage) that accumulated over time that you probably wish you didn't have like anger, anxiety, depression, and stress. These 'negative' neural pathways like all other neural pathways contain their own sets of logic or critical faculties - especially when they are deeply imbedded in the personality. There is no amount of reasoning and logic from psychoanalysis that can bypass this mechanism. As I mentioned, the mind is independent of the constraints of conventional wisdom such as the linear causalities of time.

Therefore, we must induce a state of consciousness that relaxes the critical faculties set forth by the "logic" of the person in question. Before we can "rewire" a new set of neural pathways for positive functions we have to bypass the critical faculties that deny you your ability to adapt and empower your self. We have to induce a trance.

We all go into a trance to varying degrees. We can be focused on a person, place, or thing and shut out all other outside stimuli. We all experience a trance state between sleeping and waking. These are the best times for learning and inducing positive traits through affirmations or similar. When you're in a trance another person can help guide you to induce more useful neural pathways.

I have a friend with an ability to tune into a person and become them by changing her neural pathways to match theirs - even if that person is fictional. She told me that the best way to reach a person is through their own feelings and logic. Since I am not there in to help you in person, the next best thing I can do for you is by showing you the kind of power you possess through your own experience. Please follow the video on Hypnotic Youth Induction. And remember, time is like the mind; it shapes itself to your reality.

Author's Bio: 

Induce useful, positive traits through a subtle sensory landscape as you are guided by an expert in psychotronics, The science and discipline of how life functions including studies of how technology interacts with the human mind, spirit, and body; science, mathematics, philosophy, metaphysics, and esoteric studies are united through the study of psychotronics. author, Randolph Fabian Directo, is your guide to the inner sanctums of your alternate realities.