a confession: secret keys to overcome a universal “pandemic” of ignorance

a future looking man This is a real life conversation (interview) between the mindman (M.) and a "clever" man we name AJ (not his real name). I would posit a solution to overcome the universal pandemic veil of ignorance —which if allowed to continue, could soon spiral into a state of total entropy of human … Continue reading a confession: secret keys to overcome a universal “pandemic” of ignorance

A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters (1): anger, bravery, consider and excellence (Revised August 8, 2020)

I wrote this first of a series based on notes from study of God's words on 03/16/2013. I took words from the Bible in the sequence of words starting with A, B, C and so on. “A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters” background explained (3/17/2013): Why does the spiritual mindman start this new journey to … Continue reading A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters (1): anger, bravery, consider and excellence (Revised August 8, 2020)

Narrow? What narrow?

Narrow "Sometimes all you can do is go on. One foot in front of the other, wherever the narrow path might lead." I quoted this from somewhere about a spy's narrow/precarious life. In some parts of the world, the ordinary life is comparatively narrow as a routine: narrow food as depicted by the thin corns … Continue reading Narrow? What narrow?

sometimes we only see half

Apology  Dearest love, this word is difficult to say, but I must say it, my apology to you after all these years. This morning as I wake and pick up my mobile I realize I have missed a call. Not that I care. It is not from you. When I look at this picture of … Continue reading sometimes we only see half

winter travelers: a haiku (and a love song)

heart's depth becomes breadth as I look up and not down beyond tears and pain ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Looking through my winter pictures stored at random I come across this one. It says, "Cheer up!" Indeed when I look further there are more sunny colorful pictures than the gloomy grey ones. Are there many like me who travel at all … Continue reading winter travelers: a haiku (and a love song)

when the leaves are gone: two haiku

choosing to venture beyond imagination stretching perception ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ traveler near and far seeking shelter all beyond warm home winter bond ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Traveler does not really choose the definite spaces and time frames. He may plan and prepare for a specific destination. But he cannot ensure its finality. For everyone who is often on the road … Continue reading when the leaves are gone: two haiku

two minds: To love at all is to be vulnerable

a haiku for this story of the love of two minds: a mind who ponders met a mirrored mind of his late but not too late. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ “To love at all is to be vulnerable. Love anything and your heart will be wrung and possibly broken...""For Jack the attraction was at first undoubtedly intellectual. Joy … Continue reading two minds: To love at all is to be vulnerable

Don’t wait for winter: a haiku

Nature cries out loud Sea sky land and rock paint now Don't wait for winter ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~This November's sea and sky stay clear and seemingly calm. But he knows they will not be able to hold longer for the bleak changes that shall come perhaps even overnight when he turns away to another shore. Being a … Continue reading Don’t wait for winter: a haiku

Quotes from a man of faith and words

Kenneth E. Hagin quotes “Do not have any anxiety about anything.” ― Kenneth E. Hagin, Casting Your Care Upon The Lord “Jesus paid for salvation for every man, woman, boy, and girl who would ever live on this earth. But people must believe on Jesus and receive Him as their own Savior before salvation can … Continue reading Quotes from a man of faith and words

Beware timing: a haiku for a woman of some means

Is this not the time to seek pleasure and grandeur NO NOT for self Frau ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Then he said to him, “Did not my heart go with you when the man turned back from his chariot to meet you? Is it time to receive money and to receive clothing, olive groves and vineyards, sheep and … Continue reading Beware timing: a haiku for a woman of some means

Christian Philosophy? Pure Philosophy?

Has anyone heard of Christians having philosophy? what is Christian Philosophy? Is it the same as psychology? Or Greek philosophy? Chinese philosophy? Western philosophy? Eastern philosophy? Here is a good teaching. I quote in full an article from Andrew Wommack. Every person views their life through a filter. For example, optimists see opportunity in every … Continue reading Christian Philosophy? Pure Philosophy?

The ‘choice’ factor of a poet’s presentation

I like to read poets. Not only poems but also the human mind who pens them. What drives this poet? His mind or his spirit? I don't need to be driven by the same. I can choose to be different. That's why I enjoy reading some poets. Here's one. Read the poet. Read your own … Continue reading The ‘choice’ factor of a poet’s presentation

“A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters” chapter 31: the paradox of ‘hear’

Human tends to assume that when a physical thing is present the functionality applies.  Experience proves this wrong.  English words are useful in hinting such caution.  Today we look at an ordinary word, 'hear'. Assumption: those who have ear can hear.  But the fact is not so.  Some have physical external ear but not the … Continue reading “A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters” chapter 31: the paradox of ‘hear’

“A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters” chapter 30: the paradox of ‘nowhere’

This spiritual journey is all about words. The word 'nowhere' is not really what it looks at first sight.By itself it means no specific meaning. What gives meaning is your attitude. When you look at it you see what you mean in your own heart. When you speak it the way you see it, It … Continue reading “A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters” chapter 30: the paradox of ‘nowhere’

today’s answer to how to deal with grief

How To Deal With Grief ? (Click this and visit the original site of audio teaching series by Andrew Wommack)Quote: "Grief is something that each one of us encounters sooner or later. It cannot be avoided, but it can be dealt with in a positive way. Some of the most influential people in history became … Continue reading today’s answer to how to deal with grief

“A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters” chapter 28: ‘thought’ is an action word

The word 'thought' is often mistaken as a passive noun. It merely disguises itself like an innocent docile pet and waits for opportunity to be unleashed. Many have been snared by so called innocent thoughts. However, thought cannot operate on its own. Another word must join to it before it becomes functional. Here is a … Continue reading “A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters” chapter 28: ‘thought’ is an action word

today’s thought: your true identity chooses blessing and not cursing

The Good Report: Your True Identity - Booklet This mini magazine is a compilation of articles on the topic of your identity in Christ.There is an identity crisis in the world today. Mankind is only a shadow of what God created us to be. Most people have become so accustomed to being miserable that they don't … Continue reading today’s thought: your true identity chooses blessing and not cursing

how to have sound mind: part one

Sound mind brings healthy body. How to have sound mind? Here are some thoughts which help to bring sound healthy mind. Andrew Wommack's quotes From: Grace - the power of the Gospel The Gospel is the most basic, foundational message of the New Testament, yet it’s the most misunderstood. Today’s religious system is not preaching … Continue reading how to have sound mind: part one

the best mind filter

The word ' I ' is an interesting word. In the mind it means a variety of identities. Fiction and non-fiction. Often a man missreads his own mind, and assumes that his imagined person is really who he is. The human mind  is imperfect. It cannot filter out lies and deceptions automatically like a proofreader. … Continue reading the best mind filter

Mind control counter-weapons (many links)

war between the mind and the spirit My real life (10): Beware of the mind’s languages https://freemindconfession.wordpress.com/2013/08/14/my-real-life-9-beware-of-the-minds-languages/ My real life (9): the mind is not a store for old variables https://freemindconfession.wordpress.com/2013/08/13/my-real-life-9-the-mind-is-not-a-store-for-old-variables/ My Real Life (8): my mind is not a bundle of pre-conditioning! https://freemindconfession.wordpress.com/2013/08/07/my-real-life-8-how-does-the-mind-form-itself/ My Real Life: Today the Spirit man hears, and speaks https://freemindconfession.wordpress.com/2013/07/26/today-the-spirit-man-hears-and-speaks/Continue reading Mind control counter-weapons (many links)

– power of “confess”

Today we come to the powerful positive word: "confess". Take note that this is a verb and not a noun. The word has often been associated with fear. No one wants to make public his or her deepest secret. The word "confess" intrudes. However, today we look at the positive side of this word which … Continue reading – power of “confess”

A prayer for travellers who are fearful and sleepless

Dear Abba Father: thank you for giving me this sweet time of rest in You. I praise You and thank You for Your goodness and mercy and grace-undeserved favor for me through out the day. You are my shelter and my strength. Your truth is my shield and my buckler. I continue to take refuge … Continue reading A prayer for travellers who are fearful and sleepless

what ‘return’ really means: “Come back to God!”

Further thoughts on the word 'return'. it is all about God. God's definition on 'return'. Let us look deeper and allow the current of the Holy Spirit teach us to swim in this vast ocean of uncharted waters. 'Return' is all about “Come back to God!” (Bible verses from 2 Corinthians 5 (in parts) in … Continue reading what ‘return’ really means: “Come back to God!”

“A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters” chapter 23 – don’t worry

Today's word is "worry". This word is tied to a lot of negative words and consequences both physical and mental (and emotional). Whether it is spiritual or physical the word worry is not what anyone would like to be with. Why do people still worry? Let us look at the other words that accompany this word and … Continue reading “A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters” chapter 23 – don’t worry

“A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters” chapter 22 –word logic

It is not strictly appropriate to use the word logic to explain spiritual words  But we use it for just this one Due to keyboard malfunctioning a lot of substitute words are used here in lieu of the original better words You find out the alphabets not used The enter function and a lot of  typing keys are … Continue reading “A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters” chapter 22 –word logic

“A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters” chapter 20 – sound and mind

Sound and mind are two separate words, each having its own unique meaning. But sound does influence our thoughts. However, interestingly in English the two together "sound mind" means your mind is functional in the natural human society. The word sound takes on another meaning: rational; able to make reasonably acceptable decision; functional. All are relative … Continue reading “A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters” chapter 20 – sound and mind

The Poet’s 24 reasons to cry “Joy” to the world!

this is my Christmas gift to those who are still celebrating this day. Rejoice. For a real good reason. from the poet of all ages. Psalm 5:11 But let all those rejoice who put their trust in You; Let them ever shout for joy, because You defend them; Let those also who love Your name … Continue reading The Poet’s 24 reasons to cry “Joy” to the world!

Mind battle: beware of empty philosophies and high-sounding nonsense

Colossians 2:6-10 New Living Translation (NLT)  6 And now, just as you accepted Christ Jesus as your Lord, you must continue to follow him. 7 Let your roots grow down into him, and let your lives be built on him. Then your faith will grow strong in the truth you were taught, and you will overflow with … Continue reading Mind battle: beware of empty philosophies and high-sounding nonsense

“A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters” chapter 17 – what God magnified above His name?

Psalm 138:2 New King James Version (NKJV)  2 I will worship toward Your holy temple, And praise Your name For Your lovingkindness and Your truth; For You have magnified Your word above all Your name. New King James Version (NKJV) The Holy Bible, New King James Version Copyright ©  1982 by Thomas Nelson, Inc. 2 I will worship … Continue reading “A dictionary for navigators on spiritual rough waters” chapter 17 – what God magnified above His name?

Continue with the battlefield in the mind: our weapons

AAAA Watchman

The divine breakthrough has finally when the words of truth is being obeyed and applied in our daily lives in Christ. The mindman has discovered.

The revelation: Why are souls so easily held in captivity by the enemy from the spiritual realm? Because the mind is idle and embraces anything that does not require mind function.

It started with TV program. There is no requirement of the mind to be involved. A variety of ‘entertainments’ has become easily accessible and readily available at any point of time. Unlike books or even newspapers, there is no effort on the part of the viewers.

Now the screen is at hand in the form of mobile phone or similar digital smart pads/tablets. One can access to anything which does not require mind work at any point of time at anywhere!

The limits of time and space have been overcome. A false sense of…

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Sound mind means: pure mind

Matthew 5:8 Blessed are the pure in heart, For they shall see God. Matthew 5:7-9 (in Context) Matthew 5 (Whole Chapter) Other Translations Romans 14:20 Do not destroy the work of God for the sake of food. All things indeed are pure, but it is evil for the man who eats with offense. Romans 14:19-21 … Continue reading Sound mind means: pure mind

sound mind means: Be not afraid of their words, nor be dismayed at their looks

The spiritual enemies attack the human mind with threatening words and external appearances. The truth of God's words protects us. Like Ezekiel, just be focused on God's words and the victory already given to you through Jesus, no matter how tough your adversaries appear or sound like. "The heavens were opened and I saw visions of … Continue reading sound mind means: Be not afraid of their words, nor be dismayed at their looks

Megatrend – Continue with the battlefield in the mind: Why are souls so easily held in captivity

The divine breakthrough has finally come when the words of truth is being obeyed and applied in our daily lives in Christ. The mindman has discovered. The revelation: Why are souls so easily held in captivity by the enemy from the spiritual realm? Because the mind is idle and embraces anything that does not require … Continue reading Megatrend – Continue with the battlefield in the mind: Why are souls so easily held in captivity

Know your real spiritual authority and power – use them!

I was woken today in the early hours by someone who had a bad dream. Christians may not realize it, we do have spiritual authority to handle all situations even over matters in the spiritual realms. So I recommend the following article and series of MP3 talks. Please read and listen to them as many … Continue reading Know your real spiritual authority and power – use them!

A testimony: You’ve Already Got It!

I have encountered a number of cases in which even Christian believers felt helpless and had no means to overcome their physical and mental illness. On the other hand I have seen many testimonies of victorious Christian living! I have been personally helped by listening to the following Bible teacher's audio teachings. Here is an … Continue reading A testimony: You’ve Already Got It!

My real life (10): Beware of the mind’s languages

In the previous post, the mindman realizes that there are many old variables in his mind that merely need cleaning up. But what to clean and how to clean them? This are the issues he is addressing here.When he looks into his mind, he finds that the only substance is made up of words -mainly … Continue reading My real life (10): Beware of the mind’s languages

My real life (9): the mind is not a store for old variables

In the previous post I talked about the mind not being a fix condition. You can come out of any condition if you know the truth about it. Then I mentioned my personal experience, that is, I have departed from the conditions set in my life. Not that they no longer exist. The change is … Continue reading My real life (9): the mind is not a store for old variables

Psychology vs. Christianity

A personal note: As my second 'career' (voluntary and not paid), I studied wellness promotion and community health administration including Health Psychology in my post graduate academic pursuit. One interesting aspect was the focus on health behavior modification. The tools I acquired were practical in the physical realm and of some use in helping a … Continue reading Psychology vs. Christianity