Volume 4, Issue 4, page 6

This man's thinking, according to all
statistics we've been able to uncover, has
made the greatest impression upon our
thinking to date. His origination of the
syllogism, that terrifically negative contradiction of truth, is actually the nature of our subconscious mind. And he has
proceeded to validate the idiosyncrasy of
the subconscious mind and caused us to
extend that kind of thinking beyond creative thinking in our daily life.

Aristotle said all women are slaves
and slaves are just slaves and don't have
anything. This has impressed itself on
the people. The subconscious mind then
reasons: "You had a mother once and your
mother is a woman and she stopped you from
expressing yourself -- from going out and
hitting the kids, from getting into the
mud, from doing anything you wanted to
do. And mother is a woman." We're just
assuming this, of course. You remember
that she stopped you, she slapped you,
she invalidated you, she wouldn't let you
become a doctor and insisted you become
an attorney, or some such thing. This is
the nature of the subconscious mind. You've recorded these things in and around
every cell of your body -- out in the astral
body and you've even recorded it in the
spiritual body. Then you go out into the
world and meet other women. You meet girls
at school and women out in the world, and
all you can think is: "Women are beneath
me. Women are really slaves. Women are
barbarians, and women have stopped me
from doing all the things I've ever wanted to do. Women are no good." When you
get married, you have all these statements,
all these decisions, all of these feelings and emotions in frustration. Can you
tell me, is there any possible chance of
a happy marriage there?
What is the result on the physical
level? All kinds of psychosomatic conditions -- and this because mankind has learned
to accept the thinking of other people.
It occurs to me that we couldn't make
bigger mistakes if we took our own judgment of our own thinking. If we had realized at the time of Aristotle that we are
capable of creative thinking, that we can
assume the responsibility for being right,
regardless of every other person in the
world, could we be much more wrong than we
have been by accepting the word of Aristotle?
And yet, Aristotle's thinking is now,
today, conditioning our school children.

I hope we can decide one thing -- that
we can create a thought, that we can assume the responsibility to try ourselves
out, and not say, "Well, I made a mistake
10 years ago", and have someone remind
us, "Don't you remember? You made a mistake 10 years ago