The Nature of Thought

Week 11 Blog

 

One of the things that stood out for me this week was the power of thought and application of belief.

“Here we find a method, the spirit of which is, to believe that which is sought has been accomplished, in order to accomplish it : a method bequeathed upon us by the same Plato who, outside of this sphere, could never find how the idea’s became realities.”

A great teacher has said, “ What things so ever ye desire, when ye pray, believe that you receive them, and ye shall have them.” (Mark 11:24)

“We are first to believe that our desire has already been fulfilled, its accomplishment will then follow. This is a concise direction for making use of the creative power of thought by impressing on the universal subjective mind, the particular thing which we desire as an already existing fact.”

“We are thus thinking on the plane of the absolute and eliminating all consideration of conditions or limitation and are planting a seed which, if left undisturbed, will finally germinate into external fruition.”

“You ask in what does the creative power of thought consist ? It consists in creating Ideas, and these in turn objectify themselves by appropriating, inventing, observing, discerning, discovering, analyzing, ruling, governing, combining, and applying matter and force. It can do this because it is an intelligent creative power.”

By far the greatest discovery of all the centuries is the power of thought.

“ The recognition of the marvelous power of which is possessed by the mind under proper conditions and the fact that this power can be utilized, directed, and made available for the solution of every human problem is of transcendental importance.”

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