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Behaviour that cannot consciously be controlled

Most harmful actions humans engage in occurs because of the way they understand (see) Who He Is. You are often not aware of how you see Him as it occurs at a subconscious level. This subconscious thinking influences your conscious thinking . This subconscious thinking influences the emotions you feel. The emotions / conscious thinking influence your behaviour. How you understand (see) Him therefore controls how you feel and how you consciously think. How you feel and think controls what you do and say.  

You actions do not control the way you feel and think.  Your actions do not determine the way you feel. Your actions do not determine how many friends you have. Your actions do not determine how rich you are. Your actions do not determine how gifted you are. Your actions do not determine how thin you are. The way you feel and think controls your actions.  

The way you feel and consciously think does not determine the way you understand (see) Him. No matter how hard you consciously try to think of HIm as someone who creates acceptance, you will still think and feel rejected. NO matter how hard you consciously think of Him as supplying your physical needs you will still think and feel not rich enough. NO matter how hard you consciously think of Him as supplying skills you will still think and feel you are useless. No matter how hard you consciously think of Him as supplying beauty you will still consciously think and feel you are ugly.

  You can exercise, skip meals, go on diets, become a vegetarian, join a gym, start a sport, go for walks, eat only small meals, buy a bicycle, etc in order to loose weight, all of not gain unless your understanding (way of seeing) Him changes. 

Behavior that cannot consciously be controlled is caused by the way you understand (see) Him and unless the way you understand (see) Him changes, you will be unable to stop doing what you have been doing. Click here for link between mental illness and criminal activity. 

Of ourselves we cannot help ourselves. In our weakness we rely on the strength that only He can create.






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