(8.3) The imagination can be cultivated by practicing mental exercise; it must receive nourishment or it can not survive.
(7.13) Suffering may be avoided by placing ourselves in harmony with natural law.
(6.23) A conscious recognition of our perfection–first mentally and then emotionally–results in a manifestation of our perfection.
(1.3) We relate to the objective world by the objective mind. The brain is the organ of this mind.
Suffering may be avoided by a recognition that all thoughts are causes and perception is the effect.
Emotions are an expression of our thoughts.
Imagination is a method of directing our attention. It develops as we use it.
The brain processes information gathered by the senses in the physical world while the solar plexus is the conduit between the physical world and unlimited creative potential.
(1.8) Desirable and harmonious conditions are obtained by constructive thinking.
(6.28) For the first time in the worlds history, mankind’s highest reasoning faculty can be satisfied by demonstrable truth–which is fast flooding the world.
(7.18) We may overcome all fear, lack, limitation, poverty, and discord by substituting principle in place of error.
(8.8) The ideal held steadily in mind attracts the conditions necessary for it’s fulfillment.
Constructive thinking is any thought that supports the development of ideal conditions we desire to experience.
Demonstrable truth consist of effects that can be consistently observed.
If we want to secure desirable conditions we must modify the cause of undesirable effects. This is the principle of cause & effect.
Concentration allows us to secure a mental picture of our ideal.