Your Mind’s Efficiency

Your Mind’s Efficiency: Anatomy of the Mind and Improving its Performance, summarizes the key principles that appear in our major textbook, LifePower: Achieving Power in all Realms of Life. It presents the functions of the human mind and how you may raise its efficiency, using the simple techniques of LifePower.

Further, we aim to enable you to ascend rapidly on the Route to Spiritual Freedom and attain the State of Clear. What is a Clear? It is a person whose mind operates at optimal efficiency, who thinks clearly and enjoys high personal power.

We invite you to embark on a thrilling journey, the adventure that is you. We believe the highest purpose of life is to help others and to create a better world. Thousands of individuals around the world have joined us as LifePower partners.

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This book is for you, if...

  • You are curious about the mysteries of the mind and the subconscious.
  • You want to learn about the source of your personal barriers and how to overcome them.
  • You desire to gain a deeper understanding of yourself.
  • You want to know how to release yourself from the effects of past traumas.

Here you will learn…

  • How is our mind structured and what is the subconscious mind?
  • How the subconscious affects us below our awareness level.
  • What is the Emotions Scale, and how can we improve our emotional state?
  • How to improve mental resilience and face every person and every situation comfortably.
  • How to raise one’s concentration.

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Our Drives in Action

Man or woman survive when they successfully resolve problems encountered in life. What is a problem? The clash between two opposing forces creates a problem. Two opposing goals create a problem. What is good for the duck hunter is not what is good for the duck. The salesman wants to raise the price of his goods to improve his survival, but the customer wants to reduce the price to improve her own existence.

Which profession shall I choose, asks the young man, the one I enjoy, or the one my mother insists will provide me with ample income? And the young woman worries, ought I stay at my parents’ home to take care of them, or should I move to the faraway city to acquire a university degree? Whom will I marry, asks the young lady, the good-looking guy, or the nerdy engineer? And who will I choose, ponders the young man, that maddening beauty, or the one whose father has connections and wealth?

The urge to survive obliges us to decide and solve problems every moment. What is correct and what is wrong? Who is right or who is mistaken? What is good and what is evil? What will lead me to success and what might bring disaster? That which is good and right will enhance our survival and raise us up the Emotions Scale. The ideal good will lead us to eternal survival. And vice versa, that which is bad and wrong will topple us down the scale while a bitter mistake might cause us untold misery.

Unfortunately, none is a prophet and we cannot foresee the future. Often, we discover what is right and what is mistaken only in hindsight, after we act and witness the consequences of our exploits.

A good decision is the one that brings the greatest benefit to the greatest number of drives over time. A poor decision is that which will cause maximum damage to the most drives on the long run.

The optimal solution to any problem is one that examines each of the eight drives and brings maximal benefit to the greatest number of drives in the long term. Decisions that bring the maximal benefit to the greatest number of drives are considered sane, rational, and wise.

We seek personal power to achieve our goals on all eight drives. Cultivating, balancing, and maintaining the eight drives in harmony will lead us to happiness and prosperity.