Audio version read by Rev. Steven Lane Taylor, B.Msc.
A daily practice of meditation can give one an extrasensory edge in life. Without meditation, the human mind is left with only the intellect to guide its way. Whatever one has experienced or learned comprises the intellect, which must then make decisions in life, from minor to major. The sum total of such decisions reflects the entirety of one’s life.
Down through the ages, the truly wise, who have explored the heights and depths of the human mind, have agreed that there is far more to the human mind than the intellect alone. Those who are creative can particularly attest to this, as so much of the creativity they have expressed has come from a source beyond the capacity of their intellect. Similarly, many entrepreneurs, whose ideas are far beyond their capabilities, agree that their commercially applied creativity came from a part of their mind that was outside their intellect.