Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Richard Burnett Spanish Fort, Alabama, USA

Posted: 2016-12-26

“Somewhere in the cell-structure of the brain, is located an organ which receives vibrations of thought ordinarily called “hunches.” So far, science has not discovered where this organ of the sixth sense is located, but this is not important. The fact remains that human beings do receive accurate knowledge, through sources other than the physical senses. Such knowledge, generally, is received when the mind is under the influence of extraordinary stimulation. Any emergency which arouses the emotions, and causes the heart to beat more rapidly than normal may, and generally does, bring the sixth sense into action. Anyone who has experienced a near accident while driving, knows that on such occasions, the sixth sense often comes to one’s rescue, and aids, by split seconds, in avoiding the accident.”



First let me say that I totally believe in the sixth sense as I have experienced it more than once. I have had hunches and warnings of things that could harm me on many different occasions. What does surprise me is that Mr Hill says that you must master the first 12 principals before you can experience the sixth sense and I don’t feel that I have yet mastered them. In fact I know that in the past I had nowhere near mastered them and yet I have been aware of many dangers. I don’t think that I could have driven a truck for as long as I have, missing so many close calls without that awareness. I have also had many opportunities, most of which I have never taken the chance on them or writing them down I say unfortunately.


I do find this study fascinating as I do everything that we endeavor to mastermind on. I think that If I have “accidentally”  stumbled on this principal and had some success with it, it will only become more prominent in the future as I do master the first 12 principals at a higher level. As always I look forward to the mastermind portion and always grateful for Michael and Linda for providing this platform.


Rick Burnett