In another article written on this website about energy, it explains how everything is energy and that everything therefore is connected. Your subconscious power is what connects you to the 'oneness' of all things. The 'oneness' is something we are all a part of, every person who has ever lived now, before or in the future, in fact every single thing on the earth and in the entire universe is a part of this 'oneness'. This is inescapable, this is truth.
Ignoring the fact that everything isn't energy (energy and mass can be converted, they are not the same thing) and that there is not logical reason to therefore assume "everything is connected", why is it the subconscious that connects EoR to everything? By the above argument it's just as likely to be his duodenum, or the Islets of Langerhans. But the woo brigade love their subconscious connection to the universe. All very hippy.
Your subconscious knows the answer to all things. [...] There is nothing your subconscious mind cannot do.
"The answer to all things"? Does anyone really believe this claptrap? The answer to peace in the Middle East? The answer to what is the largest prime number? The answer to life, the universe and everything? And as far as the "power" of the subconscious to do everything, EoR suggests that believers in this axiom step out of a tenth floor window without any harm coming to them.
You apparently only get old and sick because you imagine you do.
Over time you imagine yourself getting older and you do and then illness starts to set in. The truly amazing thing is your subconscious made your body and all of your organs and it can heal you of any illness or problem with your health. There is an infinite intelligence within you that goes beyond your intellect and when you believe in this miracle working power you will realize anything is truly possible.
No medical science required. Not even herbs. Or homeopathy. Or even magic hand waving reiki. No. If you think yourself well and young, you will be! It's just like magic. This is Positive Thinking taken to the nth degree. And the proof that positive happy trippy thoughts work? Well, the author had a "planter" wart (EoR presumes he means a plantar wart, but it might be something agricultural workers get) which disappeared when he thought his merry thoughts. Even though the Mayo Clinic mistakenly thinks most plantar warts go away on their own.