Mervyn Drury Casey, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
The Brain: A Broadcasting and Receiving Station for Thought
The twelfth step towards Riches
During his work Hill collaborated with With Alexander Graham Bell and Dr. Elmer R Gates and their observations showed that the human brain is both a broadcasting and receiving station for vibrations picked up from the Ether. These thoughts having been initiated by other brains or coming from infinite intelligence.
In earlier chapter we have seen that creative imagination is the receiving station part of the Brain, whilst the subconscious mind is the sending station when emotionally charged by the positive or negative human emotions. Man can control the operation of the subconscious mind so that only positive thoughts are passed to the Ether and other human brains by the use of "self talk". Once man has been able to establish positive self talk so that any negative thought immediately invokes positive self talk the Brain remains is a positive attitude and is receptive to positive hunches and ideas from other brains or infinite intelligence via creative imagination.
Most people never understand the need to control the thoughts entering the Brain and thus are influenced more by negative thoughts since these pass freely in and out of the human brain not requiring any increase in vibration. This is why so many people live in a state of lack or poverty rather than a state riches. By the understanding and application of the thirteen principles set out in TGR this state can be changed.
Hill's studies also revealed the connection between clairvoyance and telepathy and the ability of people to successfully read cards unseen by them, whether in close proximity or at a distance of numerous miles. It explains why sometimes we get hunches to call a given person or that we need to visit a person urgently in every case there is a good reason to carry out the action.
Hill carried out his own experimentation into telepathy following articles published in Harpers Magazine by Dr Rhine and another by Wright on the experiments carried out into the functioning of the Brian at Duke University. Hill reported that when he and his associates sat at a conference table, clearly stated the nature of the problem under discussion and commenced discussing it, there occurred a mind stimulus in each person such that knowledge flowed outside their normal experience. This is a form of the master mind principle previously described.
Canberra, ACT, Australia.