Think & Grow Rich Lessons
James Lombard Dublin, Leinster, Ireland

Posted: 2018-04-03

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Hill says that if we people our minds with dominating positive thoughts and desires that we ardently feel and believe, our subconscious minds will bring about positive and empowering outcomes in our lives. We do this by using autosuggestion, that is, self-talk, while concentrating, visualizing and believing that our desires can be made real.


Hill’s ‘Six Steps that Turn Desires into Gold’ are a statement of a desire for money. In order to bring them into reality, they need the backing of a powerful ‘Why’. Without this, how can we summon up the ability to believe, concentrate and become emotional so as to convince our subconscious minds that this is truly what we want?

 Hill’s basic message is that you must feel it and believe it before it can comes to pass. He says: “You will get no appreciable results until you learn to reach your subconscious mind with thoughts or spoken words which have been well emotionalized with belief.” How can a person visualize realizing a desire for a specific amount of money, unless there is an overpowering reason for wanting it?


In Success in 10 Steps Michael Dlouhy tellingly puts it like this: “But your real ‘Why’ is never money. It’s about who You really are. Your driving factor must be Way more than money”. Only a deranged person or a total recluse, cut off from humanity, would make a god of money;   come to think of it, films have been made using the same theme.


If you want your subconscious mind to call upon Infinite Intelligence and the universe to open up to your creative imagination plans for achieving your desires; you must have an overpowering life purpose, and a red hot desire, involving the acquisition of money, and a self-talk that fans your purpose and desire, like a forest fire consuming every obstacle in its wake.


                                                                                                                                  Regards and best wishes to all.


                                                                                                                                          James Lombard, Dublin, Ireland.