Svadhisthana (b)

(2.2) Ease and perfection depend, entirely, upon the degree in which we cease to depend upon the conscious mind.

(1.12) Constructive thinking is the condition precedent of all constructive action.

(8.12) The true value of wealth is its exchange value.

(7.22) We may be of the most service by keeping an open mind; be interested in the race not the goal, the pursuit not the possession.

Mastery is when our subconscious supports our ideal state. “Constructive” thinking and action supports our ideal state of being. Wealth is something we have that others want.  We are of service to nature/Brahma when we understand that every condition of our lives is intended to help us become more conscious.

(7.29) This system will meet every human requirement or necessity.

(8.19) The source of all harmony is constructive thought.

(1.19) The advantage of spiritual methods is they are always available.

(2.9) Cause & Effect is the law of attraction.

The “system“is cause & effect. “Constructive” thinking and action supports our ideal state of being. “Spiritual methods” is the intentional use of cause & effect to create conditions we desire.


Svadhisthana (a)

(2.1) There are two modes of mental activity conscious and subconscious.

(1.11) Well doing is the imperative condition of all well being.

(8.11) Wealth depends upon an understanding of the creative nature of thought.

(7.21) The first law of success is service.

Conscious thought determines subconscious thought. Subconscious thought determines our attitude and the perception by which we experience conditions. Thought is creative because our thought is taken up by The Universal/Brahma to create form.

Service leads to success.

(7.30) True science and true religion are twin sisters–where the one goes–the other, necessarily, follows.

(8.20) Constructive thinking is a recognition of the creative nature of spiritual energy and our ability to direct it.

(1.20) A recognition of the omnipotence of spiritual power and  a desire to be a recipient of its beneficial effects are necessary for spiritual methods to be used.

(2.10) Thought is spiritual and, therefore, creative and will correlate with its object and bring it into manifestation.

Science is observation. Religion is science with dogma. Thought is spiritual energy, which is omnipotent (unlimited power.).


Muladhara (e)

(6.26) A higher rate of vibration controls, changes, modifies or destroys a lower rate of vibration.

(7.16) Desirable conditions are secured by entertaining desirable thoughts only.

(8.6) Knowledge is a result of our ability to think.

(1.6) Our ability to think is our ability to act upon the Universal and bring it into existence.

Entertaining desirable thoughts increases our rate of vibration. Knowledge comes form observing that thought is the method of interacting with unlimited creative potential to bring desires into existence.

(1.5) Universal Mind is the life principle of every atom in existence.

(8.5) Mistakes are a result of ignorance.

(7.15) The law of love-which is the creative principle of the universe-adds vitality to thought while the cause & effect brings the necessary substance to growth.

(6.25) Thought correlates with its object as a result of the law of vibration.

Brahma is unlimited creative potential–the Universal Mind-and is expressed through love. Thought correlates with the corresponding vibration within the Universal to manifest form.

Muladhara (d)

(1.7) The result of this action and interaction is cause & effect. Every thought is a cause. Every condition, an effect.

(6.27) Millions of people are making use of mental therapeutics.

(7.17) Undesirable conditions are the result of thinking, discussing, and visualizing conditions of lack, limitation, dis-ease, inharmony, and discord of every kind. This mental photography of erroneous connection is then taken up by the subconscious and cause&effect crystalizes these thoughts into objective form. That we reap what we sow is scientifically intact.

(8.7) Mind is the very real moving force by which we attract the people and conditions necessary for the completion of our plans.

Thought is interaction between the individual and unlimited creative potential. A conscious recognition of cause & effect is mental therapeutics. Undesirable conditions are a result of directing our attention to  undesirable possibilities. Thought attracts the object of our directed attention.

(8.4) Daydreaming is a form of mental dissipation while the imagination is a form of constructive thought, that precedes all constructive action.

(7.14) Cause & effect is the principle by which thought manifests in form.

(6.24) Thought is spiritual and, therefore, creative and correlates with its object and brings it into manifestation.

(1.4) We relate to the Universal Mind by the subconscious mind. The solar plexus is the organ of this mind.

Daydreaming leads to destructive action. Cause & effect is the law of attraction. Thought is the cause. Manifestation is the effect. We relate to creative potential by the contents of our subconscious.


Muladhara (c)

(1.8) Harmonious and desirable results are obtained by constructive thinking.

(6.8) 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.

(7.8) We may overcome all fear, lack, limitation, poverty, and discord of every kind by substituting principle in place of error.

(8.8) The ideal held steadily in mind attracts the conditions necessary for its fulfillment.

Constructive thinking is directed attention that supports our ideal state. The results of concentration can be demonstrated and observed to the satisfaction of the greatest skeptic.

By directing our attention to our ideal state, we may eliminate all undesirable conditions. 

(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.

Exercising our imagination develops concentration. Suffering is optional and develops as we complain about conditions. Thinking leads to feeling which leads to belief.


Muladhara (b)

(1.9) Discord, inharmony, lack & limitation are a result of destructive thinking.

(6.29) This system meets every human requirement or necessity.

(7.19) A conscious recognition of the truth invariably destroys error. We do not have to laboriously shovel the darkness out. All that is required is to turn the light on. This principle applies to every form of negative thought.

(8.9)The development of imagination, insight, perception and sagacity result in keen analytical observation.

Destructive thinking is directing attention away from our ideal state. Cause & effect determines every outcome. We can eliminate darkness by changing the thoughts which have created our perception of darkness. create it.

(8.2) The cultivation of the imagination leads to the development of the ideal, upon which our future emerges.

(7.12) Difficulty and obstacles are necessary for wisdom and spiritual growth.

(6.22) Man is a spiritual being and this spirit must, necessarily, be perfect.

(1.2) All possession is based on consciousness.

We are possessed by our thoughts.

Imagination is visualization that supports our ideal state. When a greater effort is required to visualize and maintain our ideal, the more mental muscle we develop.

Our only imperfection is entertaining the belief we are not perfect.


Muladhara (a)

(1.10) All power comes from within–the Universal fountain of supply; the infinite energy of each individual, an outlet.

(6.30) True science and true religion are twin sisters; where the one goes, the other–necessarily–follows.

(7.20) Insight allows us understand the value of making make application of knowledge we have gained. Many seem to think knowledge applies itself, which is–by no means-true.

(8.10) Keen analytical observation leads to opulence and harmony.

Observation leads to knowledge. Applied knowledge becomes power.

Power is the ability to change perception(s). Power originates in each individual and is demonstrated by our ability to think.

Science is observation. Religion is the personification of the forces and drives we observe.

(1.1) The world without is a reflection of the world within.

(6.21) Sickness may be eliminated by placing ourselves in harmony with natural law (cause&effect).

(5.11) The degree of harmony we attain is determined by our ability to appropriate what is required for our growth from each experience.

(8.1) Imagination is a form of constructive thought; it is the light that penetrates new worlds of thought and experience; it is the mighty instrument by which every great discoverer or inventor opens the way from precedent to experience.

The world we perceive reflects the world we imagineSickness is an effect. If we eliminate the cause, the effect will disappear.

Learning from the conditions we experience is the method for transcending them.