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Learn to take charge

In my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

 

“What may be difficult is to identify and remove the ways of thinking that produce destructive manifestations.  But isn’t this why we’re here?  To learn to take charge of what we manifest by taking charge of our thinking?  Can you see now that you can be your own worst enemy?  Why?  Because you’re the one who monitors what you think.  Who thinks your thoughts better than you?  Others can suggest thoughts to you, but you’re the one who accepts or rejects what you entertain in your mind.”

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What is it that you really want?

In my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

 

“What is it that you really want? This is not an invitation to be frivolous in your thinking.  If anything, this is a warning to be careful what you think.  Why?  All thought truly does take form one way or another.  There is some truth in the expression, “Be careful what you wish for; you might get it.”

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Don’t Limit Yourself!

In my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

 

“The purpose of the third rule of mental conduct is to emphasize how you limit yourself by yourself:  You limit your thinking with your thinking.  This rule tells you to wake up, open up, expand your expectations, and realize you can achieve and produce whatever you can think.”

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The Creative Process

Here is an excerpt from my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

 

“Yes, you already have been creating your life.  This process is the gift from the Life Force of the Universe to you.   But your creative process has been largely unconscious and therefore undirected, somewhat haphazard, influenced by other persons’ thinking and limited by your restricted awareness of what you think is possible.”

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Making Ideas Happen!

Here is an excerpt from my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

 

“The Life Force of the Universe flows through you and beats your heart.  When you think, you use Its energy to create other forms of energy, and this energy literally materializes – takes form as matter.  So, everything material, both objects and events, is a “crystallization” of thought energy.”

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Creative

In my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

 

 

“You are the Universe are inseparable; you are a Unit; you are One. The Life Force of the Universe is creative, so you are creative, also.  It is the nature of our Universe that thought takes form.  Therefore, because you are an integral part of our Universe, your thinking takes form.  You have been creating your life since the day you were born.”

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Attitude Changes Everything

Here is an excerpt from my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

 

“The right attitude toward mistakes will give you the freedom to pursue your goals with confidence, with minimum distraction, and with your success securely focused in your mind.  When you find yourself joyfully moving from one situation to another, using mistakes for learning, growing and improving, your Silent Master is beginning to operate in your life.”

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Mistakes are not harmful in and of themselves

 

In my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

 

“Mistakes are not harmful in and of themselves.  What is harmful is our attitude towards mistakes.  But, if you are willing to make mistakes, look at them, regard them as feedback, and keep right on making them until you achieve your goal, then you have the right attitude.  You don’t purposely make mistakes, of course.  But because you are challenging yourself, be aware that mistakes are a natural part of the process.”

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I can…but I wont???

In my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

 

“If you are mentally lazy, making mistakes will be one of the best excuses you have for giving up, for deciding that maybe your goal isn’t so important after all.  What a senseless waste that would be.  Why expect so little out of life?”

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Part of our fear of mistakes is pure laziness

In my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:

 

“Part of our fear of mistakes is pure laziness.  What’s the worst thing that will happen if you make a mistake?  You will have to abandon that course of action and take another, which means, in short, a lot of work.  What does that mean?  That means you will have to think of another course of action.  You may have to be creative.  You may have to expend energy in thinking, evaluating, planning.  You may have to resist emotions such as despair, futility, rejection, and fear.”

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