The Devil’s Workshop: The Mind

The Devil’s Workshop, we all have heard of this term. The Devil’s Workshop is something that people suffer from; it also constitutes a rich soil where seeds of failure grow fast. This cannot be properly put in the fear category because it is more deeply seated and more fatal than all of the six fears; it is called susceptibility to negative influences.

People who accumulate wealth always protect themselves against the Devil’s Workshop. If you are looking to succeed in your life’s calling, you must prepare your minds and thoughts to resist evil. If you neglect to protect yourself, then you will forfeit your right to attain the object of your desire. It also strikes in many different forms in human experiences, that why this evil is a dangerous thing to deal with.

You should protect yourself against the negative influences, whether if they are your own or the people that are around you and that takes will-power. Recognize that you are by nature lazy, indifferent, and susceptible to all suggestions which harmonize with all your weaknesses. Recognize that you are susceptible to all six basic fears, and set-up habits for the purpose of counteracting all these fears. Recognize that negative influences often work on you through your subconscious mind, therefore they are difficult to detect, and keep your mind closed against all people who depress or discourage you in any way. You should clean out your medicine cabinet and throw away all pill bottles and stop pandering to colds, aches, pains, and imaginary illness. I have an all organic and natural product that can help with that. To get more information, just contact me. You should seek and be around people who influence you to think and act for yourself.

You have absolute control over everything but your thoughts. Your thoughts reflects human’s Divine nature; the divine prerogative is the sole means by which you may control your own destiny. If you fail to control your mind, then you will not be able to control anything else.

Some people don’t get far in life because they deal with the “Old Man IF” syndrome. We have all used the “Old Man IF” syndrome in our lifetime. Some examples are:

IF I didn’t have a wife and family…

IF I had enough “pull” …

IF I had money…

IF I had a good education…

IF I could get a job …

IF I had good health…

IF I only had time …

IF I could only do what I want…

IF I had been born rich…

IF I could meet “the right people” …

IF I had the talent that some people have …

IF I dared assert myself…

IF I only had embraced past opportunities ..

We have all done this some point in our lifetime. But doing that, we spend more time focusing on our weaknesses instead of our strengths. We also build alibis to explain away our failures which is basically national pastime. This is fatal to one’s success. People have a habit of building alibis and they are difficult to break.

“Life is a checkerboard, and the player opposite you is TIME. If you hesitate before moving, or neglect to move promptly, your men will be wiped off the board by TIME. You are playing against a partner who will not tolerate INDECISION!”

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