Part Two - Page 6

  1. Last week I gave you an exercise for the purpose of securing control of the physical body; if you have accomplished this you are ready to advance. This time you will begin to control your thought. Always take the same room, the same chair, and the same position, if possible. In some cases it is not convenient to take the same room, in this case simply make the best use of such conditions as may be available. Now be perfectly still as before, but think only of empty space; this will enable you to entertain only the kind of thoughts you desire. Continue this exercise until you gain complete mastery.
  2. The exercise is valuable no matter how long you are able to do it, because it will be a very practical demonstration of the great number of thoughts which are constantly trying to gain access to your mental world.
  3. Next week you will receive instructions for an exercise which may be a little more interesting, but it is necessary that you master this one first.
    Cause and effect is as absolute and undeviating in the hidden realm of thought as in the world of visible and material things. Mind is the master weaver, both of the interior garment of character and the outer garment of circumstance. -- James Allen

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