(5.1) At least 90% of our mental life is subconscious.
(6.1) Some of the effects that be produced by electricity are heat, light, power, and music.
(7.1) Visualization is the process of creating mental pictures.
(8.1) Imagination is a form of constructive thought. It is the light that penetrates new worlds of thought and experience; the mighty instrument by which every great discoverer or inventor opens the way from precedent to experience.
We spend most of our lives controlled by subconscious “default” patterns of behavior. All effects are produced by a cause. Visualization is the cause. Visualization is empowered by imagination. Imagination opens the way to experience.
(8.3) The imagination can be cultivated by practicing mental exercise. It must receive nourishment or it can not live.
(7.3) Idealization is a process of visualizing or idealizing conditions we will eventually manifest in the objective world.
(6.3) The conditions and experiences we meet in life are a result of the action and interaction of the individual and the Universal.
(5.3) Few understand or appreciate that subconscious mind can be consciously controlled.
Mental exercise nourishes the imagination and develops our ability to visualize. Idealization is the feeling function. Our perceptions (conditions) are the result of thinking, visualizing and idealizing. Because we are spiritual beings, our thinking, visualizing and idealizing is automatically corresponds with the Universal to change our perception. The subconscious is directed by conscious choice.
(5.8) The omnipresence of omniscience is the secret of power.
(6.8) Concentration may be acquired by practicing mental exercise. It must receive nourishment or it cannot survive.
(7.8) Earnest desire, confident expectation, and firm demand are necessary steps to bring this law into operation.
(8.8) The ideal held steadily in mind attracts the conditions necessary for fulfillment.
Each person (omnipresence) is a source of unlimited creative potential (omniscience). Our ideal is reinforced through repetitious concentration that emphasizes desire, expectation, and demand.
(8.4) Daydreaming is a form of mental dissipation while the imagination is a form of constructive thought, which precedes all constructive action.
(7.4) “Seeing” creates “feeling,” “feeling” creates “being.” First the mental, then the emotional, then the unlimited possibilities of achievement.
(6.4) These conditions can be changed by changing the mechanism to which the Universal is attached.
(5.4) The conscious mind receives its governing tendencies from heredity, which means it is the result of the choices and belief systems of all past generations.
Daydreaming does not support our ideal state; imagination does. Visualization (seeing) leads to Idealization (feeling), which leads to our perception of conditions and the solidification of attitude (being). We can change our attitude by thinking/action that supports our ideal state. If we take no initiative, we will be ruled by our defaults.