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Chapter 1: Thoughts are Things
Hill tells us "Psychologists have correctly said that
“when one is truly ready for a thing, it puts in its appearance.”
Barnes was ready for a business association with Edison,
moreover, he was DETERMINED TO REMAIN READY UNTIL HE GOT
THAT WHICH HE WAS SEEKING."
Barnes did not get his start in the Edison office
because of what he said and it was also not because
of his appearance. It was what he thought that counted.
Wayne Dyer tells us "Begin noticing and being careful about keeping your
imagination free of thoughts that you do not wish to
materialize. Instead, initiate a practice of filling
your creative thoughts to overflow with ideas and
wishes that you fully intend to manifest. Honor your
imaginings regardless of others seeing them as crazy
I am sure the other people that worked for Edison looked
at Barnes and saw him as crazy or his desire as impossible.
That, however, did not stop Barnes and it did not change his dream.
Barnes thinking was, as Michael Dlouhy would say, "It is none of my
business what other people think of me. The only thing
that matters is what I think of myself."
Wayne Dyer also stated "Thoughts are mental energy; they're
the currency that you have to attract what you desire. Learn to stop
spending that currency on thoughts you don't want."