Chapter 4 - Law, the Servant of the Word
The subjective law of our being is subject to our conscious use of it; of this fact psychology and mental science have ample proof. The subjective reactions to thought are not volitional. humanity, as we understand ourselves, is the result of our conscious thoughts and acts, plus our subjective reactions to life, plus that indefinable something which is the Spirit in us. This Spirit emerges through us, is aware of Itself and aware of us.
The subjective mind has no self-consciousness, but is intelligently aware of the direction which it receives. It is an effect rather than a cause, a medium or a way rather