Part Fourteen - Introduction

You have found from your study thus far that thought is a spiritual activity and is therefore endowed with creative power. This means that all thought is creative. This same principle can be brought into operation in a positive way, through the process of allowing.

The conscious and subconscious are but two phases of action in connection with one mind. The relation of the subconscious to the conscious is quite analogous to that existing between a weather vane and the atmosphere. Just as the least pressure of the atmosphere causes an action on the part of the weather vane, so does the least thought entertained by the conscious mind produce within your subconscious mind action in exact proportion to the depth of feeling characterizing the thought and the intensity with which the thought is indulged.

It follows that if you allow satisfactory conditions, you are bringing the creative power of your thought to these conditions. You are feeding them right at the root. You are giving them vitality.

Remember that the law of growth necessarily governs every manifestation in the objective, so that an allowance of satisfactory conditions will bring about instant change. A plant will remain visible for some time after its roots have been fed, and it will gradually strengthen and eventually grow, so the addition of your thought to the contemplation of satisfactory conditions will gradually, but surely germinate these conditions.

Some people concentrate intently upon satisfactory conditions, thereby giving the condition that measure of energy and vitality which is necessary in order to supply a vigorous growth.

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