Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Nathan Grimes Lubbock, TX, United States

Posted: 2017-10-28

CHAPTER 13-THE BRAIN: A BROADCASTING
AND RECEIVING STATION FOR THOUGHT

Then God said, “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness.
And let them have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the
birds of the heavens and over the livestock and over all the earth
and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth.”
Genesis 1:26

Yes, God created us in his image or likeness. From the very begin
God planted in men His emotions such desire, faith, love, emphasis
and hope. In addition, he gave the emotion of sex as a driving energy
to be used physically for the perpetuation of mankind, maintenance
of health and especially to be use with the other emotions as a
transformation of mediocrity into genius through transmutation. All
this came from the mind of God and placed in the mind of man.

“God gave you a brain, so use it!” Words spoken by parents, teachers,
and even by some bosses. More often not they were used as a question
more than as a fact.

In this chapter Mr. Hill shows it as a fact on which we can hang our
hats. Hill begins with the fact that human brain is both a broadcasting
and receiving station for the vibration of thought. Hill states, “Through
the medium of the ether, in a fashion similar to that employed by the
radio broadcasting principle, every human brain is capable of picking up
vibrations of thought which are being released by other brains. When
stimulated, or “stepped up” to a high rate of vibration, the mind becomes
more receptive to the vibration of thought which reaches it through the
ether from outside sources.”

This “stepped up” comes through the emotions we use, whether positive
and negative or through the emotions or energy we receive from the minds
of others, again positive or negative. This shows the deep importance of
doing our self-talk every day. This is very reason Michael Dlouhy, Ken
Klemm, Bob Shoaf and others stresses the importance of repeating our
self-talk 100’s or 1000’s times daily.

Here is an illustration: To make fresh butter you start with the heavy
cream from milk. Next comes the real work the cream must be churned
constantly. If you stop too soon you will still have just heavy cream,
or just butter milk which is alright if that what you want. But, if
it’s butter you want you must churn over and over and over until the
transformation happens.

This holds true when planting the positive emotions give to us into the
subconscious mind. It is only in the constant churning in saying our
self-talk can we block those negative emotions which are ever ready to
take over.

Thanks to Linda and Michael Dlouhy in creating Mentoring of Free as a
source of encouragement. My gratitude to Bob Shoaf for his friendship and
support. I receive energy from each of you on the calls and share your
wisdom. My heartfelt thanks to every of you who have download the e-book
‚Äčand talk with me every week.

Nathan Grimes
Lubbock, TX USA