The subjective mind is the builder and sustainer of the body, and automatically knows the relationship between itself and the body. It can operate directly on any organism to restore health.
The subjective mind is entirely impersonal. Therefore its very nature compels it to assume any role given it. Naturally, it receives its realization of personality from our objective consciousness. It is because of this that "as a man thinketh so is he." If our belief in life and in goodness is greater than our belief in the negation of life and goodness, then this is the pattern which is being creatively operated upon by the inner Mind Principle.
We do not have two minds. but we do have an objective and a subjective consciousness. The objective is volitional; the subjective knows only to obey. However, the subjective is creative. Silently it receives the impress of our thought and acts as though it were true. Since it is deductive only, that is, since it cannot argue. deny or reject, it must, by reason of its very nature, accept our entire beliefs. It apparently has the faculty of accepting other people's beliefs as well. This will be dealt with in a larger way later.
I have a conscious mind which can think from any viewpoint it decides to. It can analyze, accept,