Part Thirteen - Page 5

  1. In the first place, we must put our knowledge into practice. This is the only way to accomplish something. The athlete may read books and lessons on physical training all their life, but when they begin to give out strength by actual work they will receive strength; they will eventually get exactly what they give; but they will have to give it first. It is exactly the same with us; we will get exactly what we give, but we shall have to give it first. It will then return to us many fold, and the giving is simply a mental process, because thoughts are causes and conditions are effects; therefore in giving thoughts of courage, inspiration, health or help of any kind we are setting causes in motion which will bring about their effect.
  2. Thought is a spiritual activity and is therefore creative, but be accurate, thought will only create something when it is consciously, systematically, and constructively directed; this is constructive thinking, which means practically achieving anything.
  3. We have found that everything we get comes to us by the Law of Attraction. A happy thought can only exist in a happy consciousness; therefore the consciousness must change, and, as the consciousness changes, all conditions necessary to meet the changed consciousness must gradually change, in order to meet the requirements of the new situation.
  4. In creating a Mental Image or an Ideal, we are projecting a thought into the Universal Substance from which all things are created. This Universal Substance is Omnipresent, Omnipotent and Omniscient. Let the Omniscient choose the proper channel to be used to materialize our demand. This is the cause of success; of every success. We recognize the Omnipresence of the Universal Substance, and we appreciate the fact that this substance is Omnipresent, Omnipotent and Omniscient, and consequently will set causes in motion concerning which we may be entirely ignorant.

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