(3.12) Inductive reasoning is a method of study which has revealed a reign of law which marks an epoch in human progress.
An awareness cause & effect will transform challenges into opportunities.
(3.11) Inductive reasoning is a process of the objective mind in which we compare a number of separate instances with one another until we see the common factor that gives rise to them all.
Mindfulness creates an awareness of behavior, which allows us to observe patterns. With this data, we can then eliminate patterns of behavior that do not support our ideal state.
(3.10) Universal Mind is the creative principal of the universe.
All form originates from creative potential.
(3.9) To awake the solar plexus, mentally state what is wanted.
The solar plexus is the communication device between the subconscious and creative potential. The subconscious is “programed” with conscious thought.
(3.8) Our predominant mental attitude determines the experiences we meet in life.
Our attitude determines the filter by which we judge experience.
(3.7) Fear can be eliminated by an understanding and recognition of the true source of power.
Fear is as strong as our ignorance of our ability to access creative potential.
(3.18) Faith is the substance of things hoped for; the evidence of things unseen.
Faith is resolute confidence in the principle of cause & effect.
(3.17) Faith is scientifically intact because it is a natural law.
We can be confident that cause & effect will always operate because it is a law of nature.
(3.16) We are thinking on the plane of the absolute where–having planted a seed–if left undisturbed, will germinate into fruition.
The plane of the absolute is the realm of nature/natural law/which never deviates from operation.
(3.15) Jesus, Plato, and Swedenborg all advocated this teaching.
…the teaching of natural law/natures operating system.
(3.14) The formula for the unerring solution to every problem is to believe our desires have already been fulfilled. Their accomplishment will soon follow.
Because we are confident in the unfailing operation of nature, we can be assured that all effects (conditions) have a certain definite cause. Thus, if we instigate a cause, we can be equally as confident that an effect will be produced. It is important to remember that the effect will be determined by more factors than we can fathom, thus, the more we can align our desired outcome with the benefit of others, the greater the chance that our desired outcome will manifest.
(3.13) Need, want, and desire–in the largest sense–induce, guide, and determine action.
Action is determined by what we think about.
(3.24) We are related to this creative principle by our ability to think.
Our ability to think is our ability to act upon the Universal creative potential of nature and bring the object of our thought into existence.
(3.23) The Universal Mind–the creative energy from which all things proceed–is the creative principle of the spiritual, mental, and physical world.
All experience is a result of polarity between thought and limitless creative potential.
(3.22) These are not separate entities but parts or aspects of the whole.
Non Duality is a recognition that extremes are nothing more than degrees of the same.
(3.21) Extremes are designated by distinctive names such as inside and out, top and bottom, light and dark, good and bad.
The tendency to label extremes has produced duality.
(3.20) An understanding of the law of attraction has eliminated elements of caprice and uncertainty in mens lives and substituted law, reason, and certitude.
An application of cause & effect gives us the confidence to achieve.
(3.19) The law of attraction is the natural law by which faith is brought forth into manifestation.
By directing our attention toward a desired outcome and believing this outcome has already been fulfilled, anything is possible.
(3.30) The Universal is static and requires energy to start it in motion. This is furnished by food which is converted into energy and–in turn–allows the individual to think. When we stop eating, we stop thinking. There is, consequently, no action and interaction. The Universal is pure mind in static form; my at rest.
The quality of food we eat reflects the quality of thought we may produce.
(3.29) Creative energy originates in the Universal but can manifest itself only through the individual.
The individual is the tool that allows creative potential to operate in the objective world.
(3.28) Mental action depends upon polarity-action and interaction, between the individual and the Universal.
Polarity exists between the individual mind and limitless creative potential of nature.
(3.27) The rate of vibration may be changed by mental activity.
Rate of vibration corresponds with the quality of thought, or, the degree at which we are able to concentrate directed attention.
(3.26) Form depends upon the rate of vibration.
Directed attention/rate of vibration manifests itself in form, to the degree at which we are able to concentrate.
(3.25) Thought is the seed that results in action. Action results in form.
Action is predicated on thought.
(2.6) To impress the subconscious, mentally state what is wanted.
(1.6) Our ability to think is our ability to act upon the Universal and bring it into existence.
We access the creative potential of nature by consciously “reprograming” the subconscious by replacing destructive thought with constructive thought.
(1.5) Universal Mind is the life principle of every atom in existence.
(2.5) Conscious mind is reasoning will. Subconscious mind is instinctive desire–the result of past reasoning will.
All form is comprised of the same elemental “force” of nature. Thought is how this force expresses itself through the individual.
(2.4) Conscious mind has the faculty of discrimination. It has the power of reasoning. It is the seat of the will and may impress the subconscious.
(1.4) We relate to the Universal Mind by the subconscious mind. The solar plexus is the organ of this mind.
Our ability to apply knowledge and our willingness to do so is essential to intentionally co-create with nature.
(1.3) We relate to the objective world by the objective mind. The brain is the organ of this mind.
(2.3) The value of the subconscious is enormous. It guides us, warns us, controls the vital processes and is the seat of memory.
Everything the subconscious knows has been learned through the entirety of evolution.
(2.2) Ease and perfection depend, entirely, upon the degree in which we cease to depend upon the conscious mind.
(1.2) All possession is based on consciousness.
We are possessed by thoughts. Conscious repetition determines what is or will become subconscious default. By utilizing ruminating mind, we may consciously “reprogram” the subconscious to function in support of our ideal state.
(1.1) The world without is a reflection of the world within.
(2.1) There are two modes of mental activity–conscious and subconscious.
Our experience of conditions is determined by our subconscious attitude. Our subconscious is constructed by conscious thought.
(1.12) Right thinking is the condition precedent for all right action.
(2.12) Possessions are of value only as they confer power.
Action reveals thought and rarely betrays it. We are possessed by our thoughts and should only direct our attention toward thoughts that support our ideal state (power)
(2.11) Wealth is the offspring of power.
(1.11) Well doing is the imperative condition of all well being.
Wealth is an effect. Power is a cause.
Well being is an effect. Well doing is a cause.
(1.10) All power comes from within–the universal fountain of supply–the infinite energy of each individual, an outlet.
(2.10) Thought is creative energy and will automatically correlate with it’s object and bring it into manifestation.
Individuals are outlets of creative potential because individuals gave–within them–the ability to “connect” to the creative potential of nature (the force of nature).
(2.9) This is the law of attraction.
(1.9) Discord, disharmony, lack and limitation are the result of wrong thinking.
The law of attraction is cause & effect.
(1.8) Harmonious and desirable conditions are obtained by right thinking.
(2.8) Our environment reflects conditions corresponding to our predominant mental attitude.
Our predominant mental attitude creates our perception of conditions.
(2.7) If our desires are in harmony with the forward movement of the great whole, forces will be set in motion to bring about our desired results.
(1.7) The result of this action and interaction is cause and effect. Every thought is a cause. Every condition, an effect.
The forward movement of the great whole is evolution; nature progressing. We know if our desires are in harmony with this force if our desires seek the benefit of others as well as ourselves.
(2.18) Many fail to secure harmonious conditions because they do not understand this law. There is no polarity. They have not found the the circuit.
(1.18) Concentration operates by the development of the powers of perception, wisdom, perception and sagacity.
Polarity refers to the relationship between our “conscious thought in harmony with nature’s law” (which is that our desires must bring benefit to others) and the necessary actions to support this thought. Polarity, also, refers to the action and interaction between the individual and the creative potential of nature.
(2.17) Causation depends upon polarity. A circuit must be formed. The Universal is the positive side of the battery of life. The individual is the negative and thought forms the circuit.
(1.17) Mind is the ruler and creator of all form and all events occurring within form.
Mind is the engine of thought. Thought operates as a result of the polarity between the individual (thought) and the Universal (creative potential of nature).
(1.16) The control factor of every commercial pursuit is the mental element.
(2.16) The Universal can manifest itself only through the individual.
The mental element is the ability to direct our attention toward our ideal state and to maintain our attention (concentration). In this way, the creative potential of nature may be accessed.
(2.15) Thought is the connecting link between the finite and the infinite.
(1.15) If the premise is false, we are unable to form a conception of the results that may ensue.
The finite is the individual. The infinite is the Universal/nature.
The premise is belief.
(1.14) If we know the truth we can readily predict the outcome of any action based on a true premise.
(2.14) Life originates in the inorganic world only by the introduction of a living form–there is no other way.
If what we believe is based on measurable fact, it is truth.
Life is not synthetic.
(2.13) A knowledge of cause and effect allows individuals to plan courageously and execute fearlessly.
(1.13) To know the truth is the underlying condition necessary for every business transaction and social relation.
If we apply a knowledge of cause and effect, we can “predict” the future.
Success is our ability to proceed confidently based on a knowledge of facts; a belief in the unrelenting predictability of natural law.
(2.24) Universal Mind creates form by means of the individual.
(1.24) The nature of our desires must be in harmony with nature’s law.
We may access the creative potential of Universal Mind directing our attention toward a specific desire (not an outcome). If the nature of our thoughts is not in harmony with nature’s law, we will only succeed in creating an illusion state.
(1.23) Spiritual truth is the control factor in this method of thought.
(2.23) Creative power originates in the Universal.
Spiritual truth is a knowledge of the power of thought to access the unlimited creative potential of nature/Universal Mind.
(2.22) We may control other forms of intelligence by a recognition of Self as an individualization of Universal intelligence.
(1.22) Invisible forces are, then, set in motion to bring about the desired result.
Self is the inner “voice” or guide of intuition that may be recognized as being set apart from ego. Invisible forces are the forces that evolution of nature.
(1.21) The true method of concentration is to become so identified with the object of our thought that we are conscious of nothing else.
(2.21) Individuals are measured by the degree of intelligence they manifest.
Concentration is the ability to quiet ruminating mind so that out attention can be directed toward our desired ideal. Intelligence is a spectrum and may be understood/measured as the degree to which we can eliminate unwanted internal dialogues.
(2.20) Thought will correlate with its object and bring it into manifestation because thought is a product of the spiritual man and spirit is the creative principle of the universe.
(1.20) A recognition of the omnipotence of spiritual power and a desire to be a recipient of its beneficial effects is necessary for spiritual methods to be used.
Individuals have the ability to act upon the unlimited creative potential of nature by replacing unsupportive internal dialogues with supportive ones. This begins by recognizing subconscious thoughts and habits, then replacing unsupportive ones with ones that we support our ideal state.
(1.19) The advantage of spiritual methods is they are always available.
(2.19) A conscious recognition of the law of attraction with the intention of bringing it into existence for a definite purpose is necessary to bring this law into operation.
“Spiritual methods” may be understood as the process of replacing unsupportive thoughts with supportive ones. When this happens, we will become aware that our new thoughts are attracting new opportunities into our life as a result of a change in our perception of conditions.
(2.30) We receive thought, which is substance in equilibrium and is constantly being differentiated in thought by what we think.
(1.30) The symbol is the outward form of the spiritual activity within, therefore, unless we are possessed by the spiritual reality, the form disappears.
We “receive” the thoughts/directed attention of others that relate to us.
The authenticity of symbols-from how we dress to what subcultures we associate with or want others to associate with us–can be measured by how much of our attention is directed toward the symbol.
(1.29) Intuition is superior to reason because it does not depend on existence or memory and frequently brings about a solution to our problems by methods of which we are in entire ignorance.
(2.29) We give thought.
We are in “entire ignorance” because nature works toward the fulfillment of “big picture” collective survival while the individual struggles to even comprehend the need to remain focused in the present moment.
(2.28) The law of growth depends upon reciprocal action. The individual is complete at all times and this makes it just as possible to receive only as we give.
(1.28) Concentration operates by the development of the powers of wisdom, perception, intuition and sagacity.
Can a cup hold more water than its size permits? Concentration depends upon removing distractive objects of attention.
(1.27) Mind is the ruler and creator of all form and all events occurring within form.
(2.27) This law is brought into operation by the law of vibration.
Mind is the engine of visualization. Visualization is the cause. Conditions are the effect.
(2.26) The means of existence are carried into effect by the law of love.
(1.26) The control factor of every commercial pursuit is the mental element.
The feeling produced by visualization and idealizing is the means of existence.
(1.25) Thought is transmuted into character and character is the magnet that creates the environment of the individual.
(2.25) Thought is the connecting link between the individual and the universal.
Our thoughts announce us through vibrations. These vibrations, received consciously or subconsciously by others–determine how they feel in regards to us. How they feel determines the thoughts they think about us. Thought, in turn, produces perception of conditions and how we react or respond to opportunity resulting from conditions.
(2.6) To impress the subconscious, mentally state what is wanted.
Conscious mind informs the subconscious.
(2.5) Conscious mind is reasoning will. Subconscious mind is instinctive desire, the result of past reasoning will.
When we observe patterns/habits, we can be sure they have developed by conscious repetition. Eventually they become subconscious because mind is constantly ruminating and seeks freedom from directed attention. When understood and sed consciously, this is the key to mastery.
(2.4) The conscious mind has the faculty of discrimination; it has the power of reasoning. It is the seat of the will and may effect the subconscious.
Discrimination–in this context– refers to the ability to distinguish between two points on the spectrum of polarity. Reasoning is the art of mentally applying predictable outcomes of those points. The seat of will is our ability to choose/adjust ourselves based on reasoning.
(2.3) The value of the subconscious is enormous. It guides us. It warns us. It controls the vital processes and is the seat of memory.
Vital processes refer to biological functions that operate regardless of our conscious awareness. These are the essential survival mechanisms of nature at work within the body.
(2.2) Ease and perfection depend entirely upon the degree in which we cease to depend upon the conscious mind.
Conscious repetition results in subconscious learning. Once the subconscious has learned, the conscious mind is free to direct it’s attention to something else. Consider a child learning piano compared to the accomplished pianist who can have a conversation while playing a complex piece.
(2.1) There are two modes of mental activity–conscious and subconscious.