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Master Mind Principle

The Master Mind Principle is a scientific method of focusing the power of thought for the specific purpose of establishing a direct connection with God, the Master Mind. Through the Master Mind Principle you combine your strength with that of at least one other person as well as that of a Higher Power.

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Master Mind Principle


The principle is based on an ancient premise that the combined energies of two or more like-minded persons is many, many times greater than the sum of the individual energies involved.

The Master Mind™ Principle also teaches that other like-minded individuals can believe for you — AND ACCEPT AS TRUE FOR YOU — things you may find difficult to conceive or believe for yourself. As a result, thousands of people have demonstrated dramatic, positive changes in their lives, and have experienced happy, successful living.


Master Mind Group

A Master Mind™ group consists of two or more persons (two to six is ideal) who meet regularly in an atmosphere of trust and harmony for the purpose of providing mutual support and encouragement and to believe for each other things which each, alone, may find difficult to conceive and believe for himself or herself.

A Master Mind™ group is not established so that individual members can solve each other's problems. Rather, such a group is established to surrender to the Master Mind™ any problem areas, challenges, needs for healing, or any other positive desires of each member. When such requests are fully and properly made of the Master Mind™, answers and solutions occur in a most amazing way.

Master Mind group meetings may be conducted in a home, a place of business, a church, or any other mutually agreed-upon location that provides a certain amount of quiet and privacy. Meetings should be limited to the intended purpose. It usually is sufficient to meet once a week.

Conduct your Master Mind™ meeting in the following manner:
Establish an atmosphere of excitement and expectation by opening with a brief period of sharing. This is a time for "progress reports" in which group members share successes, goals achieved, or prayers answered.
One member serves as chairperson and opens the meeting by reminding the group of the presence of a Power greater than themselves waiting to respond to their needs in a focused, personal way . . . all they need to do is ask.

The chairperson then guides the group through the steps, one at a time. Each member responds aloud to each step, addressing the Master Mind in the presence of the group. The person serving as leader is responsible for keeping the group's direction focused on its Master Mind purpose.

In Step Six, each member makes known his or her personal requests and receives, in the process, the full attention and support of every other member. As each person states his or her requests, other members respond, in turn, with an affirmation such as: "I know the Master Mind has heard you and is providing what you have asked for."