Lesson Eleven-Inductive Reasoning and the Objective Mind
"Let a person radically alter his thoughts, and he will be astonished at the rapid transformation it will effect in the material conditions of his life." James Allen
This weeks video is called Mind Over Matter, and is a look at thought, matter, mind and consciousness.
The Law of Success-Chapter Eleven-Accurate Thought by Napoleon Hill
"You Can Do It if You Believe You Can!
THIS is at one and the same time the most important, the most interesting and the most difficult to present lesson of this entire course on the Law of Success.
It is important because it deals with a principle which runs through the entire course. It is interesting for the same reason. It is difficult to present for the reason that it will carry the average student far beyond the boundary line of his common experiences and into a realm of thought in which he is not accustomed to dwell.
Unless you study this lesson with an open mind, you will miss the very key-stone to the arch of this course, and without this stone you can never complete your Temple of Success.
The Master Key-Lesson 11 Inductive Reasoning and the Objective Mind
Your life is governed by law, by actual, immutable principles that never vary. Law is in operation at all times, in all places.
Fixed laws underlie all human actions. For this reason, men who control giant industries are enabled to determine with absolute precision just what percentage of every hundred thousand people will respond to any given set of conditions.
It is well, however, to remember that while every effect is the result of a cause, the effect in turn becomes a cause, which creates other effects, which in turn create still other causes. So that when you put the Law of Attraction into operation you must remember that you are starting a train of causation for good, or otherwise which may have endless possibilities.
We frequently hear it said, "A very distressing situation came into my life, which could not have been the result of my thought, as I certainly never entertained any thought which could have such a result." We fail to remember that like attracts like in the mental world, and that the thought which we entertain brings to us certain friendships and companionships of a particular kind, and these in turn bring about conditions and environment, which in turn are responsible for the conditions of which we complain.
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