Law of Attraction Classics Dynamic Thought - Visualizing Exercise - HT Hamblin by snoopdoggywuf

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Law of Attraction Classics: Dynamic Thought - Visualizing Exercise - HT
Hamblin

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737

Summary:
Ever wondered if "Thoughts are Things", what this has to do with the Law
of Attraction? Henry Thomas Hamblin figured this all out and told about
it in his book "Dynamic Thought". He also tells how hypnotism and other
occult mental work actually work against this Law - by attracting to
yourself things you actually don't want. You can learn through this book
excerpt some of the the precise explanations and instructional examples
of how to apply the Law of Attraction effectively in your own life.


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Article Body:
Make denials and affirmations to suit your particular needs. Whatever you
desire to do, affirm beforehand that you can do it, and that you will do
it when the time for doing comes. Whatever disagreeable or difficult duty
lies before you, deny failure, and affirm beforehand that you can and
will do it, that already in your Mental World it is accomplished; then
visualize yourself doing the thing calmly and without effort. Mentally
see yourself dealing with a difficult or unpleasant matter, with calm
dignity and ease. When the time for action arrives you will succeed.

Concentrate your whole attention upon the meditations. If you find your
thoughts wandering through lack of concentrative power make use of the
following denial and affirmation. First of all cleanse the mind by the
denial of evil and calm and strengthen it by the affirmation of good. You
have by so doing raised yourself into your perfect Mental World,
breathing the pure air of perfect mental freedom. Now say, "Mind
wandering cannot affect me. I am a perfect MIND, part of the great
Universal Mind that is everywhere and works in and through everything.
Therefore my mental powers are perfect. It was a mistake that made me
think I could not concentrate; it was simply a delusion of the physical
senses. Now I know that this could never be, because I am a perfect Mind
gifted with God-like powers." Now affirm as follows: "Now I know that I
can concentrate on any subject I please. My potential powers are
infinite, I have only to develop them, I have only to 'try' and I must
succeed." Working in this way you will develop tremendous powers of
Concentration.

I send out my thoughts to all mankind and say: "Dear everybody, I love
you." Like the beams of a searchlight my mental vision sweeps over all
the continents and islands of the world, and visualizes all peoples,
sending out to them a great beam of Love and Blessedness. Then it takes
in all sky and sun and earth and sea, and the sweet breath of heaven. It
embraces all animals and flowers and loveliness, it sweeps through a
thousand sunsets and a million dew-washed fragrant dawns back to the one
Source of all life--again affirming, "I love you, I love you." Then into
my heart flows a great wave of divinest peace, a great inrush of the
accumulated love-force of the invisible Universe, I become submerged in a
sea of Infinite Blessedness. Thus in blessing others do I help to make
the world a little better, and in return I am doubly blessed.

For this week's visualizing exercise take six small articles and examine
them very carefully one at a time. For instance, if one article is a lead
pencil, look at it and see in what respects it differs from other lead
pencils. You notice its color; its shape, either round, hexagon or oval;
its point, well sharpened or otherwise; the maker's name and trade-mark;
what kind of lead, either BB, B or JIB; the name of the pencil itself;
its condition, scratches on the surface of the polish; all these and many
other points should be minutely noticed. Examine each article in turn and
just as minutely. When you have examined them all, shut your eyes and
visualize each article, and see every point and peculiarity in your
mind's eye, just as you did with your physical sight. Change the articles
for new ones from day to day.

If you lack knowledge of a certain subject and desire to gain this
knowledge, then tell your subliminal mind what it is that you require; it
will then either supply direct the knowledge that you need or bring to
your notice the very book or course of lessons that you require. Also in
solving your problems your subliminal mind may bring a sentence to your
notice, which, directly you read it, tells you that it is the answer to
your riddle. The more you can quieten the senses and the objective mind
and rely upon your subliminal mind the greater will be your wisdom and
understanding.

In the letter I have sent you this week I speak of visualizing and
affirming the success that you desire to demonstrate, fn the same way
hold the picture of perfect health ever before your mind. Let it be a
constant inspiration and source of radiant joy.

								
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