(2.1) There are two modes of mental activity–conscious and subconscious.
(5.1) About 90% of our mental life is subconscious.
(8.1) The imagination os 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.
(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.
(6.11) The source of all wisdom, power, and intelligence, is Universal Mind.
(1.21) The true method of concentration is become so identified with our object of thought that we are conscious of nothing else.
(4.21) Power depends upon recognition and use.
(7.21) The first law of success is service.
The subconscious guides about 90% of our experience. Conscious mind is constructive thought, which includes imagination. Imagination is intentional visualization, whereas ruminating mind is daydreaming. Inductive reasoning–which consists of the observation of patterns–when used intentionally, is also a form of constructive thought. Universal mind is the source of all method of thought, constructive or destructive. Concentration is acquired by consistent directed attention, which is power. To use this power is service of others is the first law of success.
(7.30) Success is an effect not a cause. If we wish to secure the effect, we must ascertain the cause–the thought which originates or creates it.
(4.30) What we do depends upon who we are. Who we are depends upon what we think. Thus, our quality of thought determines conditions we meet in life.
(1.30) The symbol is only the outward form of the spiritual activity within, therefore, unless we possess the spiritual reality, the form disappears.
(6.20) The result of a harmonious mental attitude is harmonious conditions in life.
(3.20) A recognition of cause and effect has eliminated the elements of caprice and uncertainty in our lives and substituted law, reason, and certitude.
(8.10) Keen analytical observation leads to opulence and harmony.
(5.10) The possession of power depends upon a proper use of the power already in our possession.
(2.10) Thought is creative energy and will correlate with its object and bring it into manifestation.
Inductive reasoning allows us to determine the cause of every effect. This leads to success. We are what we think about consistently. Without directed attention, our desire is only a symbol (hope) of success.. A harmonious mental attitude is acquired by understanding and balancing our (biological) drives and (psychological) forces. This allows us to change the cause to produce desired effects. Inductive reasoning develops keen analytical observation. Applied knowledge becomes power. Concentrated thought eventually manifests in form.