James Lombard Dublin, Leinster, Ireland
“Thoughts which a man deliberately places in his own mind, and encourages with sympathy, and with which he mixes any one or more of the emotions, constitute the motivating forces which direct and control his every movement, act and deed!”
If you don’t place thoughts of your choosing in your mind, others will place their thoughts there. This is why you must have a purpose in life, as otherwise you will drift from pillar to post. But, if you do have a life’s purpose, you must, as the foregoing quote says, “encourage it with sympathy” by putting it into a positive suggestion which you repeat many times daily.
By repeating it many times daily, you induce the subconscious mind to give you faith and a plan by which to realise your purpose. The emotion of faith, “is the element, the chemical which when mixed with prayer gives one direct communication with Infinite Intelligence”. The “prayer”, in this quote, is the repetition of your daily suggestion or self-talk. The subconscious mind when presented with a strong emotional impulse of positive thought transmits it to Infinite Intelligence which sends inspirations for a plan to the sixth sense. The most effective way for obtaining an immediate response from Infinite Intelligence is to use a blend of the emotions of faith, love and sex.
Make sure that a positive life’s purpose dominates your mind because, as Hill says, “The human mind is constantly attracting vibrations which harmonize with that which dominates the mind”. If negative thoughts dominate your mind, that’s the reality you will experience.
Above all the other emotions, faith is essential if you want to control your mind by moving it in a purposeful direction. With it, you can achieve anything, without it you are a lost cause. Hill says: “This is why you are asked to write out a statement of your major purpose, or definite chief aim, commit it to memory, and repeat it, in audible words, day after day, until these vibrations of sound have reached your subconscious mind.”
Regards and best wishes to all.
James Lombard, Dublin, Ireland.