William Walker Atkinson Quotes

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“Desire firmly, confident, and earnestly. Be not half-hearted in your demands and desires – claim and demand the whole thing, and feel confident that it will work out into material objectivity and reality.

Think of it, dream of it, and always long for it – you must learn to want it the worst way – learn to want it hard enough. You can attain and obtain many things by 'wanting them hard enough' – the trouble is with most of us that we do not want things hard enough – we mistake vague cravings and wished for earnest, longing, demanding Desire and Want.

Get to Desire and Demand the Thing just as you demand and Desire your daily meals. That is wanting it the worst way. This is merely a hint – surely.”

“Go through the world with the grace of God in your heart, and a good, strong hickory club in your hand.”

“Intellect is cold. Spiritual Consciousness is warm and alive with high feeling.”

“Life is absolutely dependent upon the act of breathing.”

“Permit each man to think according to his light.”

“The occultist knows that this thought-atmosphere of a village, town, city, or nation is the composite thought of those dwelling in it or who have previously dwelt there”

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“All you can possibly need or desire is already yours. You need no helper to give it to you; it is yours now. Call your desires into being by imagining and feeling your wish fulfilled.

As the end is accepted, you become totally indifferent as to possible failure, for acceptance of the end wills the means to that end.

When you emerge from the moment of prayer, it is as though you were shown the happy and successful end of a play although you were not shown how that end was achieved.

However, having witnessed the end, regardless of any anticlimactic sequence, you remain calm and secure in the knowledge that the end has been perfectly defined.”

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