Part Eighteen - Page 4

  1. The expression of growth is met in a most beautiful manner through the instrumentality of this Universal Principle.
  2. In order to grow we must obtain what is essential for our growth, but as we are at all times a complete thought entity, this completeness makes it possible for us to receive only as we give; growth is therefore conditioned on reciprocal action, and we find that on the mental plane like attracts like, that mental vibrations respond only to the extent of their vibratory harmony.
  3. It is clear, therefore, that thoughts of abundance will respond only to similar thoughts; the wealth of the individual is seen to be what they inherently are. Affluence within is found to be the secret of attraction for affluence without. The ability to produce is found to be the real source of wealth of the individual. It is for this reason that those who have their heart in their work are certain to meet with success. They will give and continually give; and the more they give, the more they will receive.
  4. What do the great financiers of Wall Street, the captains of industry, the states people, the great corporation attorneys, the inventors, the physicians, the authors -- what do each of these contribute to the sum of human happiness but the power of their thought?
  5. Thought is the energy which the law of attraction has brought into operation, which eventually manifests in abundance.
  6. The Universal Mind is static Mind or Substance in equilibrium. It is differentiated into form by our power to think. Thought is the dynamic phase of mind.
  7. Power depends upon consciousness of power; when we use it, we keep it, and only when we are conscious of it, can we use it.
  8. The use of this power depends upon attention; the degree of attention determines our capacity for the acquirement of knowledge which is another name for power.

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