The Power of Your Subconscious Mind…its…its pretty powerful.

Joseph Murphy knew what was up.

This guy, who ended up blazing a trail in the new thought movement and beyond, started as a jesuit, witnessed a miraculous healing and asked the jesuits about it and they said “wedunno” so Mr. Murphy peaced out to India, learned up under a guru, came to the States and started a Christian Science church that was simply geared to, like the title says above, the Power of your Subconscious Mind. The book itself was written in the 1960s.

While yes I admit the subject matter seems to steam of fresh laid new age bull plop, his words, his approach to approaching thought, the machinations of our minds and just how much more empowered you will feel when engaging with this material are some of the reasons it still resonates today.

More recently Val Kilmer wrote about utilizing similar practices to power through his recovery of throat cancer, among other fascinating adventures and escapades, in his new book ‘I’m Your Huckleberry‘. I think we could make a strong argument that tapping into this universal power is not straight forward and would put Mr. Kilmer well beyond Batman status….see what I did there?

The information, the story of Joseph Murphy, the straight forward invigorating language used within the book and the fact that the cowboy, jet flying, caped crusader attests to its reality, as well as many magickal synchronicities pertaining to this kind of mental mastery material in my life, propelled me to narrate and commentate the book via my podcast.

It all falls right in line with what I am compelled to discover, enjoy, screw up with and then come back and tell you all about. Enjoy and let me know what, and how, you may be utilizing the power of your subconscious mind. Click the pic to crack open your mind.

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