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“Age is not the flight of years; it is really the dawn of wisdom and Divine knowledge in you.”

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“Any method or process that alleviates human misery, pain, and distress is good. Many churches practice the laying on of hands; others make novenas and visit shrines; all are benefitted according to their mental acceptance or belief.”

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“Commit yourself wholeheartedly to it. Praise it; give your attention, love, and devotion to your ideal; and as you continue to do so, all the fearful thoughts will make obeisance to your exalted state of mind – that is, they will lose their power and disappear from the mind.”

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“Decree now, and say it meaningly: From this moment forward, I will admit to my mind for mental consumption only those ideas and thoughts that heal, bless, inspire, and strengthen.”

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“Desire and feeling joined together in a mental marriage will become the answered prayer.”

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“Do you imagine evil of others? If you do, notice the emotion generated in your deeper self; it is negative and destructive to your health and prosperity.”

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“Fear and worry cause confusion in the conscious mind. This creates confusion in the subconscious mind and nothing happens but confusion in man’s affairs.

Continue to trust in the Divine Power and that which you desire will come to you in some manner. Have faith in God, in the Divine Power, in His Divine Love and His Overshadowing Presence always watching over you and you will become invincible.”

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“Fear is truly a lack of faith in Divine supply.”

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“Feeling is the fountain-head of power. We must charge our mental pictures with feeling in order to get results.”

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“Genius is a man who is in rapport with his subconscious mind. He is able to tap this universal reservoir and receive answers to his problems; thus, he does not have to work by the sweat of his brow.

In the genius type of mind, the imaginative faculty is developed to a very high degree. All great poets and writers are gifted with a highly developed and cultivated imaginative faculty.”

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“Give all your mental attention to recognizing the absolute sovereignty of the Spiritual Power, knowing that the God-Power has the answer and is now showing you the way.

Trust It, believe in It, and walk the earth in the Light. Your prayer is already answered.”

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“He calleth things that be not as though they were, and the unseen becomes seen.”

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“If you imagine, for example, that another person is mean, dishonest, and jealous, notice the emotion you evoke within yourself. Now reverse the situation.

Begin to imagine the same person as honest, sincere, loving, and kind; notice the reaction it calls forth in you. Are you not, therefore, master of your attitudes?”

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“Imagination is the mighty instrument used by great scientists, artists, physicists, inventors, architects, and mystics. When the world said, 'It is impossible; it can't be done', the man with imagination said, 'It is done!'

Through your imagination, you can also penetrate the depths of reality and reveal the secrets of nature.”

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“Imagination when disciplined, spiritualized, controlled, and directed becomes the most exalted and noblest attribute of man.”

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“Imagine yourself doing the things you long to do — actually possessing the things you long to possess.

Become imaginative; mentally participate in the reality of the successful state; enter into that state of consciousness frequently; make a habit of it; then you will find you will be guided to do everything necessary for the realization of your dream.

Go to sleep feeling successful every night and perfectly satisfied. You will succeed eventually in implanting the idea of success in your subconscious mind.”

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“The next time something happens to your car, make a note as to what you feel the broken part represents and see if you can connect it to how you are feeling at that particular moment.

You may be surprised at the results. One day I will write a little book and call it 'Heal Your Automobile'.”


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“It is just as easy to imagine yourself successful, as it is to imagine failure but far more interesting.”

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“Life is addition! Death is subtraction. You add to your life by imagining whatsoever things are true, lovely, noble, and Godlike.

Imagine and feel yourself successful, and you must become successful. You are never a slave to circumstances, environment, or conditions.”

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“Long hours, hard labor, or burning the midnight oil will not produce a Milton, a Shakespeare, or a Beethoven.

People accomplish great things through quiet moments, imagining that the invisible things from the foundation of time are clearly visible.”

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“Make a choice now! Begin to think constructively and harmoniously. To think is to speak. Your thought is your word.

Let your words be as a honeycomb, sweet to the ear, and pleasant to the bones. Let your words be 'like apples of gold in pictures of silver'.”

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“Man looks out into the world, and he sees sickness, chaos, and man's inhumanity to man. The man with the disciplined imagination soars above all appearances, discord, sense evidence, and sees the sublime principle of harmony operating through, in, and behind all things.

He knows through his Divine imagery that there is an Everlasting Law of Righteousness behind all things, an Ever Abiding Peace, a Boundless Love governing the entire Cosmos. These Truths surge through the heart, and are born of the eternal Truth which through the imagination pierces the outer veil, and rests in the Divine meaning of the way it is in God and Heaven.”

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“Men gifted with intuition and imagination find water in the desert, and they create cities where formerly other men only saw a desert and a wilderness.”

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“Never permit your imagination to be used negatively; never distort or twist it. You can imagine sickness, accident, and loss and become a mental wreck. To imagine sickness and lack is to destroy your peace of mind, health, and happiness.”

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“Nothing in this transitory world lasts eternally; however, the Truths of God last forever.”

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“Picture your ideal in life; live with this ideal. Let the ideal captivate your imagination; let the ideal thrill you! You will move in the direction of the ideal that governs your mind.”

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“Remember that the idea of success contains all the essential elements of success. As a man repeats the word success to himself with faith and conviction, his subconscious mind will accept it as true of himself, and he will be under subjective compulsion to succeed.”

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“The first step in conveying your clarified desire, idea, or image to the deeper mind is to relax, immobilize the attention, and get still and quiet.”

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“The first step toward your goal is the birth of the idea in the mind, and the second step is the manifestation of the idea.”

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“The important thing to remember is that it is not so much the time as the quality of your consciousness, degree of feeling, or faith.

Generally speaking, the more focused and absorbed your attention is, and the longer the time, the more perfect will be the answer to your prayer.”

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“There is nothing new about this. 'As within, so without', meaning according to the image impressed on the subconscious mind, so is it on the objective screen of your life.”

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“A book is a present that you can open again and again.”


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