Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Ethel Van Zanten Tucson,, Arizona, USA

Posted: 2016-12-21

Chapter 13 The Brain- Broadcasting 

and Receiving Station


In this chapter I learned that the brain is a broadcasting and receiving station just like our radios.  Of course i had read this before but it made a deep impression on me because of the way Mr. Hill included the sub-conscious mind, the creative imagination and auto-suggestion in with the workings of the brain.  He also said that desire must be present to start all of these intangible forces.


I quote Napoleon Hil for my new impression  because he says it in such simple and understandable way. 

“along with the important factors of the subconscious mind, and the faculty of the Creative Imagination, which constitute the sending and receiving sets of your mental broadcasting machinery, consider now the principle of autosuggestion, which is the medium by which you may put into operation your “Broadcasting” station.  Throough the instructions described in the chapter on autosuggestion, you were definitely informed of the method by which DESIRE may be transmuted into its monetary equivalent.  Operation of your mental “broadcasting” station is a comparatively simple procedure.  You have but three principles to bear in mind, and to apply, when you wish to use your broadcasting station—the SUBCONSCIOUS MIND, CREATIVE IMAGINATION, AND AUTO-SUGGESTION.  The stimuli through which you put these three principles in action have been described—the procedure begins with DESIRE. THE GREATEST FORCES ARE “INTANGIBLE.’”


The method that I see described here is first-Desire; it must be a burning desire.  Then comes the positive thoughts and emotions  put into a self-talk.  When the emotions are strong enough creative imagination and the subconscious mind are attracted. The subconscious mind sending the strongest emotional thoughts to the creative imagination.  These thoughts are also sent into the ether.  They may be picked up by other brains and other brains will be sending back creative thoughts to combine with the first thoughts.  The final product or thought will be transmitted by our mental broadcasting system.  


When one thinks of this intrinsic method used above by our brains, how would anyone think that they could live and think and be happy without other minds working with them.  Now we are back to the concept of the mastermind where more than one mind works together in harmony preferably.  

It is a necessary component of networking and the network marketing world.  This is exciting to me. 


Thank you mastermind group of MFF for all your thoughts.


Ethel Van Zanten

Tucson, AZ