Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Michael Robertson Marietta, South Carolina, USA

Posted: 2016-06-28

 

As a child I was a bit mischievous. I am fortunate to have survived some of my escapades. I was especially fond of fire and explosives(fireworks)- a bad combination.

 

If it crashed, burned, exploded or careened skyward I was all in!

 

Oh yes, I got burned- many times.  One time pretty bad.  Probably came closer to blowing myself up than I care to admit.  

 

There must be guardian angles- I did survive.  By my early years in high school my fascination for destruction fueled an interest in science- chemistry to be precise.

 

Hill’s numerous references to “chemistry of faith” took me in this line of thought.

 

At the time I became keenly interested in why things exploded or burned.  Maybe it was a desire to possess or control the power of the magic element.

 

It was amazing to me that ordinary elements, like charcoal, potassium nitrate and sulfur- each alone having no significant power- could be prepared and combined in the proper ratio and produce a new substance of such an explosive nature.

 

Luckily I survived and can put a positive comparison to this tale and Hill’s formula!

 

Take the element of thought, a desire brought forth by the imagination-prepare it by emotionalizing it with one or more of the positive emotions. 

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Add to it the element of faith which has been prepared and developed by the use of autosuggestion- repeated positive affirmations implanted in the subconscious mind.

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The element of an organized, definite plan which is prepared by backing it with a decision and a commitment to the persistence to fully carry it out.

 

A mixing of these elements in this manner 

The transmuting of desire into it’s physical counterpart!

 

Only one step remains -  A BURNING DESIRE!!!

 

Let’s light this candle!!

 

Happy 4th of July- Independence Day!

 

Blessings and abundance to all!

 

Michael Robertson MIT(mentor in training)