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CHAPTER 1: GROW RICH IN ALL THINGS—WHILE YOU SLEEP
HOW TO MAKE YOUR CREATIVE MIND WORK FOR YOU
YOUR MAGIC FORMULA
CHAPTER 2: ACCEPTING THE SUPREMACY OF MIND OVER MATTER
THE SUPREMACY OF MIND
WHAT IS THE EXTENT OF YOUR MENTAL PICTURES?
MIND OVER MATTER
CHAPTER 3: MENTAL EXERCISES VS. PHYSICAL EXERCISE
USE YOUR CREATIVE MIND TO STIMULATE YOUR MIND
DEVELOP THE POWERS OF CONCENTRATION
CREATE IMAGINARY OBJECTIVES
CHAPTERS 4: THOUGHTS ARE PICTURES; PICTURES ARE PATTERNS
THOUGHTS ARE PICTURES
PICTURES ARE PATTERNS
CHAPTER 5: YOUR MENTAL ERASER
EMERGE AND GROW RICH IN ALL THINGS
CHAPTER 6: BUILDING A CONSCIOUSNESS OF SUCCESS
A FORMULA FOR BUILDING A SUCCESS CONSCIOUSNESS
YOU HAVE A SUCCESS CONSCIOUSNESS!
PRACTICE! PRACTICE! PRACTICE!
”EMERGE AND GROW RICH IN ALL THINGS” Prepare yourself for a wonderful experience of transformation in your lifetime. Whatever you want out of life, this book will show you the way to make it come to you. Be it money, influence, love, respect, or admiration be it any or all of these it will be yours in abounding measure because you are going to emerge.
Success begins in the mind with thoughts. The power of attitude can change your destiny. -SPEAK! Watch your words. How you speak can propel you towards your goals. -ACT! Don't sit back. Take active steps to turn your dreams into reality and emerge.
“When the world says, “Stop,” Give up,” Hope and perseverance whispers, “Try it one more time you will emerge.” – A.E.FRANCIS
Failure at the start can lead to frustration, and it shatters the self-confidence you had at the beginning. You might consider giving up on your dreams because you don’t feel like you can ever succeed in life.
Each of us thrives on being successful and in doing so we often forget the difficulties lying in the path to success. We set targets and want to achieve them right away, but we are humans and may fall short on those goals.
Success, despite the popular belief, isn’t a one-way path or a straight line. It is a muddled road with various ups and downs, and you should navigate it with popular care. You might fall or get lost in your way. However, if you keep going, you will eventually reach your destination.
"You may encounter many defeats, but you must not be defeated. In fact, it may be necessary to encounter the defeats, so you can know who you are, what you can rise from, how you can still come out of it." Maya Angelou
If you intend to achieve your goal and the new you to emerge, Maintain optimism, Live in the present, acknowledge your accomplishments, Try new experiences, Care for your mind, body, emotions, and spirit you will Experience yourself living your goal.
Life is composed of ups and downs. Learning to get through the downs is key to being successful. Without obstacles, difficulties, struggles, and challenges, life wouldn't make much sense. You become stronger, more compassionate, and more grateful when you strongly believe in your capacity to persevere. The most successful people know what it's like to persevere and savor victory, personally and professionally--and so can you.
Think of a mirror. It reflects exactly what you put in front of it. I find life to be the same exact way. Whatever attitude or emotion we bring to our life will determine the appearance of what we see. If you look at life with anger in your heart, you’ll find plenty to be angry about. If you look at life with love in your heart, you’ll find plenty of things to be grateful for. The simple truth is that life is a purely SUBJECTIVE experience. What we think and feel about the world “out there” is stemming from inside of us! When we blame life for our own emotions, it’s like blaming a mirror for accurately reflecting what’s in front of it.
GROW RICH IN ALL THINGS— WHILE YOU SLEEP
ALTHOUGH EVERY CHAPTER in this book is important, this one will prove to be the keystone supporting all the others. May I suggest that you do not read this chapter hurriedly? Unless you are in a position to relax thoroughly and read slowly —and thoughtfully—it is better that you lay the book aside until you can read and absorb what you read.
I also suggest that before reading further, you reread the first few pages of Chapter 1 which gives an interpretation of riches. Then you will fully understand what I mean when I say "Grow Rich in all things while you sleep." Unless you do grow rich in all things you will not be enjoying a well-balanced life. In Chapter 3 a simple and easy-to-understand description of the Creative Mind was given. The chapter you're reading now will show you how to make full use of the powers of your Creative Mind, particularly when your conscious mind is in abeyance—asleep.
Your Creative Mind never sleeps. It is awake from the time of your birth until you leave this plane of existence. Without conscious guidance, it takes care of all the involuntary operations of your body. From the food you eat it extracts the necessary elements for blood, bone, tissue and energy. It keeps your blood in circulation. It supplies fresh oxygen to the lungs through breathing. But these are by no means all of the responsibilities of the Creative Mind.
Your Creative Mind accepts all thoughts of the conscious mind as instructions and acts upon them. The Creative Mind, as I've said several times before, can reason independently of the conscious mind. So we find that the Creative Mind is not only in charge of all of the involuntary operations in the body, but it also does the big job of following instructions from the conscious mind. And, in carrying out those instructions, it must, necessarily, be capable of reasoning.
The conscious mind is not the storehouse of memory. In fact, information contained in the conscious mind is only that which is in use. There is a constant flow of information coming from the Creative Mind—as it is needed by the conscious mind. Here is a very simple illustration: Suppose you should engage a carpenter to do a repair job on your house. He would inspect the place, and then bring with him only those tools he would need: a saw, hammer, auger, etc. He would not get a huge van and bring with him every tool and machine he had in his shop.
It is the same with your two minds. The conscious mind will bring in only the information you need to enable you to carry on the work you are doing at the time. Sometimes there is a "road block" and wanted facts fail to come into consciousness. We call this forgetting. These facts will not come into consciousness until the conscious mind gives the Creative Mind instructions to locate the facts through some such remark as: "It will come to me in a moment." Never use a negative, such as: "I have forgotten." This is just the same as consciously instructing your Creative Mind to do nothing about it.
As I've already said, the Creative Mind has reasoning faculties’ independent of the conscious mind, but with this difference. The conscious mind, in making a decision, can base its judgment either on facts already stored within the Creative Mind, or on facts which it finds through research, outside the Creative Mind. The decision, therefore, may come from existing facts, newly acquired facts, or a combination of both. The reasoning of the Creative Mind is confined to the facts and information already contained within it. This is important to know and to remember! Decisions reached through the reasoning of the Creative Mind will be good or faulty, depending upon the type of information it contains. If your mind leans heavily toward the negative side, your decisions will be negative in their nature. If your mind leans toward the positive side, your decisions will be positive in their nature.
By way of illustration: Suppose you had the opportunity to acquire a business of your own. You might decide to call upon your Creative Mind for a decision as to whether or not to accept the offer. Before retiring at night, you might hold a thought, such as: "Tonight, while I am asleep, my Creative Mind will work on my problem and give me a decision when I awaken in the morning." If you have a Creative Mind which leans toward the negative side, you will be apt to get a decision something like this: "No, I don't think I had better tackle this business. I have not had very good luck in the past with my ventures; this one would probably cause me to lose money on it. No, I'd better stick to my present job, as poor as it is."
On the other hand, if your Creative Mind is definitely on the positive, constructive side, most likely your decision will run something like this: "Boy, this is just the break I have been waiting for. With much study—and not being afraid to work—I know I can put it over in a big way. My decision is yes." With this illustration, you can easily understand why it was suggested in an earlier chapter that
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