(5.1) About 90% of our mental life is subconscious.
(4.11) Any purpose in life may be achieved through a scientific understanding of the spiritual nature of truth.
(3.21) Extremes are designated by distinctive names such as inside and out, top and bottom, light and dark, good and evil.
Our subconscious mind is responsible for all of the tasks that conscious mind is not taking initiative or responsibility for, from biological considerations to habitual behavior.
What we believe is what we consider the truth, thus, the spiritual nature of truth is the subjectiveness of belief as determined by the individuals thought.
Extremes represent either side of a polarity spectrum.
(3.30) The Individual is so important because the Universal is static and requires energy to start it in motion. This is furnished by food which is converted into energy and–in turn–allows the individual to think. When we stop eating, we stop thinking. We stop acting on the Universal. There is consequently no action or interaction. The Universal is pure mind in static form; mind at rest.
(4.20) Wisdom is secured through concentration; it is an unfoldment, it comes from within.
(5.10) The possession of power is contingent upon a proper use of the power already in our possession.
The quality of the food we eat will determine the quality of our thoughts and the ease of concentration.
Concentration leads to wisdom.
Power is our ability to direct conditions. This is accomplished by allowing thoughts that support our ideal conditions, to possess us. Without taking this initiative, an awareness of our power fades away.