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Establishing and Maintaining the Necessary
Internal Mental Conditions


Lecture Presentation



Establishing and maintaining the necessary internal mental conditions, in everything we do and we engage in, before engaging and dealing with external conditions, with others and the world around us. Considering and making sense of the experience, perceptions, sensations and feelings, thoughts and ideas that enter the mind and awareness, the conditions that lie behind them, and how to deal with them. Dealing with mental problems and difficulties, mental disorder and instability, doubt and confusion, uncertainty and insecurity, feelings of fear, stress, anxiety, frustration and depression through considering and addressing the conditions that lie behind them. Establishing a sense of self, a sense of order and stability, clarity of mind and understanding, a sense of certainty, security and confidence, where we are in charge and in control, in the mind and our inner mental life. Acting on clarity of mind and understanding, not on feelings and emotions, first impressions and instant awareness.

Dealing with, responding and adjusting to change, changing conditions, demands and challenges, when only a minimum in mental work, effort and adjustment are required, and before they develop into larger problems and difficulties. Developing, exercising and practicing the required understanding and mental faculties. Developing our natural mental powers and abilities, translating them into the necessary mental skills and practices, and engaging in the required mental work and effort. Engaging in a process of continuous, life-long conceptual and mental self-development and growth. Constantly reconsidering, updating, correcting, expanding and improving individual understanding, mental powers and abilities, mental skills and practices, in light of change and changing conditions.

The presentation is available both in Power Point and in Adobe PDF format. (When in Power Point, click the right mouse button, select Full Screen, and browse through the presentation using the left mouse button, the keyboard up/down arrow keys, or the PageUp/PageDown keys. In Adobe Reader, browse through the presentation using the keyboard up/down arrow keys, or the PageUp/PageDown keys.)



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