Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Ethel Van Zanten Tucson,, Arizona, USA

Posted: 2019-04-24

Chapter 13-The Brain

The brain is both a receiving and sending  station.  What do we mean when we say this?  Science has discovered that the brain is made up of the creative imagination, the subconscious mind and now Mr. Hill has added autosuggestion or self-talk.

This is how our brain machinery works.  We have a thought.  If the thought has enough vibration to it creative imagination comes into play.  An example of this is when a child sees a ball and it is the first time he has ever seen a ball, he looks at it and if he is a young baby he might put it in his mouth.  If it tastes sweet he will put his teeth to work to chew it up.  If it doesn’t have that sweet taste he spits it out.  An older child will look at it more carefully and rub it and roll it around in his hands. If it is a big ball he will throw it and find out that it bounces.  Both the baby and the older child are using their creative imagination to find out what this object can do. When a child gets older he will want to throw the ball.  As the child gets older he finds many uses for objects that are shaped like a ball.

When we reach adulthood our brain helps us through our thoughts and  the use of the subconscious mind  to remember many more uses of a ball and circular objects that have different dimensions but similar to a ball in shape.  This is the sending part of our brain because it not only remembers but sends it into the universe to be picked up by other brains. This is using the intangible forces that are available for our use.  

First comes the thought, stimulated to a high vibration of desire which gets pick up by the ether and a brain of another person will pick it up. Thoughts that are negative or positive can be transmitted to this other person/.  It the person receiving this thought is using positive self-talk or autosuggestion, it will give the feeling which is essential to make it possible for the subconscious mind to pick it up and act upon it. 

We have the subconscious mind, creative imagination, and Auto-suggestion but the stimuli which put these three principles into action are intangible.  We must first of all have desire to have this procedure to begin.  Then we are controlled by forces which are unseen and intangible. 

Ethel Van Zanten

Tucson, AZ