The Master Key Mentor Unlock YOU with Charles F. Haanel and The Master Key System Sat, 30 May 2020 14:12:30 +0000 en-US hourly 1 The Master Key Mentor 32 32 Anthony Raymond/Kallisti Publishing clean episodic Anthony Raymond/Kallisti Publishing (Anthony Raymond/Kallisti Publishing) Copyright © The Master Key Mentor 2020 Unlock & Attain with The Master Key System by Charles F. Haanel. The Master Key Mentor 114309143 Two Peas in a Pod : Guy Kawasaki and Charles F. Haanel Think Alike Wed, 19 Feb 2020 16:41:43 +0000 In Week Sixteen of The Master Key System, Charles F. Haanel wrote these lines.

1. Wealth is a product of labor. Capital is an effect, not a cause; a servant, not a master; a means, not an end.

All wealth, be it money or otherwise, is an end-result. It is not the cause of success — and by all means it should not be the master.

2. The most commonly accepted definition of wealth is that it consists of all useful and agreeable things which possess exchange value. It is this exchange value which is the predominant characteristic of wealth.

Wealth is contingent upon its exchange value. What we call worthless is that which cannot be given away; what we refer to as wealth, we would trade much for.

3. When we consider the small addition made by wealth to the happiness of the possessor we find that the true value consists not in its utility but in its exchange value.

Wealth is not dependent upon ownership, rather on what we get in exchange for it.

4. This exchange value makes it a medium for securing the things of real value whereby our ideals may be realized.

Money — and other mediums of trade — are only as good as they help us achieve our goals.

5. Wealth should then never be desired as an end, but simply as a means of accomplishing an end. Success is contingent upon a higher ideal than the mere accumulation of riches, and he who aspires to such success must formulate an ideal for which he is willing to strive.

Look beyond the money. Look beyond the bottom line. Rather, look at what you are doing and at what you are accomplishing.

6. With such an ideal in mind, the ways and means can and will be provided, but the mistake must not be made of substituting the means for the end. There must be a definite fixed purpose — an ideal.

To quote Tony Robbins, “You don’t lack resources, you lack resourcefulness.” When you have a definite goal in mind and a clear plan to accomplish it, believe me, getting the money will be the least of your worries.

Throughout all these lines, Mr. Haanel makes the point about wealth — or making money — that most people miss: that money in and of itself is a terrible end. Money (or wealth) is merely a means. Money is the means for accomplishing goals — personal goals, financial goals, business goals.

And, as an addendum to this, the people who make the most money have a greater goal in mind.

In The Master Key Workbook, I included an interview with the world-famous entrepreneur and author Guy Kawasaki. Here is what Mr. Kawasaki said about money and business –

Venture capitalist and Forbes columnist Guy Kawasaki was recently interviewed about his book, The Art of the Start. Here is a snippet from that interview.

PAUL MAIDMENT: Guy, you have a Top Five list of things an entrepreneur must accomplish. At the top of that list is Make Meaning. What does that mean, and why is it so important?

GUY KAWASAKI: It means that if you start a company to “make money” then you’ll probably fail. Great companies start because the founders want to change the world … not make a fast buck. Call me a romantic, but I think entrepreneurs should try to change the world. This comes from working at Apple … old habits die hard.

MAIDMENT: Is there ever a case in which ‘making yourself rich’ constitutes making meaning?

KAWASAKI: Yes, absolutely. But that seems like an insipid reason to start a company. However, if you make meaning, you’ll probably make money. If you make money, you might not make meaning. At the end of one’s life, hopefully you’ve done more than simply make money.

Making money is important. It’s important to us personally (we all have to eat!) as well as in business (we all have to meet payroll). The point with all of this — with what Haanel wrote and with what Mr. Kawasaki is saying here — is that we must look beyond this.

The vision — the grand goal — is more important.

Let’s say a person wants nothing more than to have the time to provide well for his new son. He works assiduously at making money. He works so much, in fact, that he doesn’t spend any time with his son. Yes, he provides all the comforts that money can provide, but he doesn’t provide the things that count — being there for him, attending his games, and all the other times where lasting memories are made. Before he knows it, his son is grown. He provided well, but did he provide everything as he had in mind? Did he focus so much on money that he lost sight of the reason he was making so much and working so hard?

The same situations arise in business as well. Should all decisions be made based solely on the bottom line? Should corners be cut in order to save a few cents per unit?

These can be tough decisions.

But, with insight and wisdom and, as we’ll see, with controlling our thoughts so that we keep our grand goal in mind, we’ll be better equipped to navigate these problems when they arise.

First, how does one create these big, lofty goals? From Week Sixteen –

8. The power to create depends entirely upon spiritual power. There are three steps: Idealization, visualization, and materialization. Every captain of industry depends upon this power exclusively. In an article in Everybody’s Magazine, Henry M. Flagler, the Standard Oil multimillionaire, admitted that the secret of his success was his power to see a thing in its completeness. The following conversation with the reporter shows his power of idealization, concentration, and visualization — all spiritual powers:

9. “Did you actually vision to yourself the whole thing? I mean, did you, or could you, really close your eyes and see the tracks? And the trains running? And hear the whistles blowing? Did you go as far as that?”

“Yes.” “How clearly?” “Very clearly.”

Mr. Haanel adds in point 11:

11. The successful business man is more often than not an idealist and is ever striving for higher and higher standards. The subtle forces of thought as they crystallize in our daily moods is what constitutes life.

This may be the first time that you are hearing a business man referred to as an “idealist.” It is true, though. The best example can probably come from the computer industry — and it may be the very reason we get angry at the people in that industry so often!

You’re well aware that as soon as you get your brand new, expensive computer, as soon as you get it home, it’s practically obsolete. It won’t even be next year before the new line is released and it’s faster and better than what you just bought. It generally makes us quite angry. But if we look beyond our anger (and I am using that word loosely), we’ll see that it is a perfect example of what Mr. Haanel wrote. The way things improve in our technology, the way those changes happen so quickly that we can barely stay abreast, is a showcase of these computer business people — the technologists and engineers and visionaries — and their reaching for new levels of excellence — of “higher and higher standards.” It can always be faster, smaller, more functional, more convenient, more … Whatever!

Perfection may never be realized, but that doesn’t stop the pursuit.

Goals are set and goals are achieved — and money is made.

Think big thoughts.

Aim for the ideal.

Work hard.

And listen to what Messrs. Haanel and Kawasaki wrote and said.

Because you will be glad that you did!

Learn more because every little bit counts big time!

Guard Well Your Thoughts : James Allen Thu, 06 Feb 2020 14:52:37 +0000 James Allen, from Above Life’s Turmoil

As the fruit to the tree and the water to the spring, so is action to thought. It does not come into manifestation suddenly and without a cause. It is the result of a long and silent growth; the end of a hidden process which has long been gathering force. The fruit of the tree and the water gushing from the rock are both the effect of a combination of natural processes in air and earth which have long worked together in secret to produce the phenomenon; and the beautiful acts of enlightenment and the dark deeds of sin are both the ripened effects of trains of thought which have long been harboured in the mind.

The sudden falling, when greatly tempted, into some grievous sin by one who was believed, and who probably believed himself, to stand firm, is seen neither to be a sudden nor a causeless thing when the hidden process of thought which led up to it are revealed. The falling was merely the end, the outworking, the finished result of what commenced in the mind probably years before. The man had allowed a wrong thought to enter his mind; and a second and a third time he had welcomed it, and allowed it to nestle in his heart. Gradually he became accustomed to it, and cherished, and fondled, and tended it; and so it grew, until at last it attained such strength and force that it attracted to itself the opportunity which enabled it to burst forth and ripen into act. As falls the stately building whose foundations have been gradually undermined by the action of water, so at last falls the strong man who allows corrupt thoughts to creep into his mind and secretly undermine his character.

When it is seen that all sin and temptation are the natural outcome of the thoughts of the individual, the way to overcome sin and temptation becomes plain, and its achievement a near possibility, and, sooner or later, a certain reality; for if a man will admit, cherish, and brood upon thoughts that are pure and good, those thoughts, just as surely as the impure, will grow and gather force, and will at last attract to themselves the opportunities which will enable them to ripen into act.

“There is nothing hidden that shall not be revealed,” and every thought that is harboured in the mind must, by virtue of the impelling force which is inherent in the universe, at last blossom into act good or bad according to its nature. The divine Teacher and the sensualist are both the product of their own thoughts, and have become what they are as the result of the seeds of thought which they have implanted, are allowed to fall, into the garden of the heart, and have afterwards watered, tended, and cultivated.

Let no man think he can overcome sin and temptation by wrestling with opportunity; he can only overcome them by purifying his thoughts; and if he will, day by day, in the silence of his soul and in the performance of his duties, strenuously overcome all erroneous inclination, and put in its place thoughts that are true and that will endure the light, opportunity to do evil will give place to opportunity for accomplishing good, for a man can only attract that to him which is in harmony with his nature, and no temptation can gravitate to a man unless there is that in his heart which is capable of responding to it.

Guard well your thoughts, reader, for what you really are in your secret thoughts today, be it good or evil, you will, sooner or later, become in actual deed. He who unwearingly guards the portals of his mind against the intrusion of sinful thoughts, and occupies himself with loving thoughts, with pure, strong, and beautiful thoughts, will, when the season of their ripening comes, bring forth the fruits of gentle and holy deeds, and no temptation that can come against him shall find him unarmed or unprepared.

Get more insights like this in Master Key Arcana and the Complete Master Key Course.

James Allen (1864-1912)

James Allen was born in Leicester, Central England on November 28, 1864. The family business failed within a few years, and in 1879 his father left for America in an effort to recoup his losses. The elder Allen had hoped to settle in the United States, but was robbed and murdered before he could send for his family. The financial crisis that resulted forced James to leave school at fifteen. He eventually became a private secretary. He worked in this capacity for several British manufacturers until 1902, when he decided to devote all his time to writing.

Soon after finishing his first book, From Poverty To Power, Allen moved to Ilfracombe, on England’s southwest coast. The little resort town with its seafront Victorian hotels and its rolling hills and winding lanes offered him the quiet atmosphere he needed to pursue his philosophical studies.

As A Man Thinketh was Allen’s second book. Despite its subsequent popularity he was dissatisfied with it. Even though it was his most concise and eloquent work, the book that best embodied his thought, he somehow failed to recognize its value. His wife Lily had to persuade him to publish it.

Unfortunately, Allen’s literary career was short, lasting only nine years, until his death in 1912. During that period he wrote nineteen books, a rich outpouring of ideas that have lived on to inspire later generations.

No Room Left for Worry Mon, 28 Oct 2019 19:31:24 +0000 I read this about worry in Norman Vincent Peale‘s wonderful book The True Joy of Positive Living.

I think you’re going to learn a lot from this.

It is the custom of my church to have the minister’s portrait painted. The artist selected to do mine was Howard Chandler Christy, then at the apex of his illustrious career.

Mr. Christy was a spiritually minded man with an inspiring personality. He was a robust and gutsy person. Even in the dead of winter he would appear in the streets near Central Park West, hatless and coatless, his face ruddy in the cold wind, and greet you with a great shout and laugh.

One day while I was sitting for him and thinking of a sermon for the upcoming Sunday on the subject of worry, I asked him, “Howard, did you ever worry?”

“Not on your life. I don’t believe in it.”

“But haven’t you ever worried?” I asked.

“Oh,” he responded with a laugh, “only once and that was because everyone seemed to be worrying and I thought I must be missing something. So I decided to set aside one day on which to worry. I had a good night’s sleep and a big breakfast, for I figured one should not try to worry on an empty stomach. Then I started worrying, but about ten o’clock in the morning I couldn’t make head or tail of it and gave it up as a bad job. And I have never worried since.”

“But how can you say that you have worried only once and for only a brief time?” I asked wonderingly.

The answer in his own zestful style was, “You see, every morning I spend fifteen minutes filling my mind full of God and so there is no room left for worry.”

And with that, your days of worrying should be over.

Bob Proctor wrote that we must “Let go and let God.”

Charles F. Haanel instructed us in Week Four of The Master Key System to “let go of all adverse conditions, such as hatred, anger, worry, jealousy, envy, sorrow, trouble, or disappointment of any kind.”

He continues in points 31 and 32 –

31. You may say that you cannot “let go” of these things, but you can. You can do so by mentally determining to do so by voluntary intention and persistence.

32. The reason that some cannot do this is because they allow themselves to be controlled by the emotions instead of by their intellect. But the will guided by the intellect will gain the victory. You will not succeed the first time you try, but practice makes perfect, in this as in everything else, and you must succeed in dismissing, eliminating, and completely destroying these negative and destructive thoughts because they are the seed which is constantly germinating into discordant conditions of every conceivable kind and description.

Worrying is for suckers.

What will be, will be.

You do your best . . .

. . . you see what happens . . .

. . . you recalibrate . . .

. . . you do your best again.

You do that enough times, you win.

Don’t worry; be happy.

How to Find All the Money That Is Waiting For You Thu, 15 Nov 2018 10:30:30 +0000 There is money waiting for you.


Here is how you are going to find it.

Starting right now, you are going to put into action what you have been learning in The Master Key System.

You are going to get your money.

And Charles F. Haanel is going to help you.

Here is what you are going to do.

First, assume your Master Key State.

  1. Be still.
  2. Clear your mind of negative chatter and errant thoughts.
  3. Relax.
  4. Let go.

(Recall that these are the first four exercises of The Master Key System. By practicing them properly, you attain a mental and physical state that puts you in touch with the Infinite.)

Next, visualize money, say a dollar bill, in your mind.

Visualize it just as you have been taught  in The Master Key System . . .

. . . vividly . . .

. . . clearly . . .

. . . and in detail.

Ingrain it in your mind.

Take as long as you need to visualize that dollar bill.

There's Money Out There Just WAITING for You to Find It!
There’s Money Out There Just WAITING for You to Find It!

Now, mentally experience that you are going to find that dollar bill.

Imagine yourself taking a walk and finding a dollar bill somewhere.

Imagine yourself finding it . . .

. . . holding it . . .

. . . and pocketing it.

Feel it!

Visualize and Feel Finding Your MONEY!
Visualize and Feel Finding Your MONEY!

Feel the excitement of finding it.

Every time you are taking a walk, visualize the dollar bill.

You Found All Your Money with the Master Key System and Charles F. Haanel!
You Found All Your Money with the Master Key System and Charles F. Haanel!

How long did it take you to find it?

You find all sorts of neat things because you look.

The ONLY Question You Have to Ask Yourself: Do You Have the Fire? Tue, 09 Oct 2018 11:20:55 +0000 An aspiring violinist lived in a small town. His passion was the violin. He played and practiced day and night. According to everyone in town who heard him play, he was on his way to become a virtuoso.

One day, this man heard that a great virtuoso violinist would be giving a concert in the town’s concert hall. The man was excited. Not only would he get to see a living legend and one of his personal heroes play, but he would also take the opportunity to play for HIM after the concert. That way, he could get some valuable advice from the Master himself.

The concert came and the virtuoso performed. The music was spell-binding. The playing was magnificent. Everyone who attended sat awestruck at the musical abilities of the Master.

After the concert, our young man went backstage, violin in hand. He approached the Master and said, “Maestro, would it be OK if I played for you so that you could let me know if I have what it takes to become a virtuoso such as you?”

The Master replied, “Please! I would love to hear you play.”

The young man tucked his violin underneath his chin and for five minutes he played with all of his heart and all of his soul. Those who heard this impromptu audition were amazed by the talent this young man possessed.

All the while the young man was playing, the Master sat serenely with his eyes closed, showing no signs of emotion.

When he was finished, our young man asked the Master, “Well? How was I?”

The Master replied, “You play excellently, but you haven’t got the fire.”

The young man nodded, said thank you, packed his violin in his case, and returned home. He proceeded to get for himself a respectable position in the local bank and worked his way to a position of respectability and responsibility. He married and had two children. He never played the violin again.

Ten years had passed since that fateful day and once again the Master returned to town to play a concert. Our young man went to see him and was once again rapt with awe at the Master’s playing. After the concert, the young man once again went backstage and approached the Master.

“Sir,” said our young man, “I played for you many years ago right here. Thank you for telling me I hadn’t the fire or I would have foolishly continued to dream about being a virtuoso rather than working on the life I now have. I owe you a lot.”

“Ah, yes,” replied the Master, “I remember you well. You were an excellent player. If you had continued, you could have been a virtuoso.”

The young man became angry at this point. He raised his voice and yelled at the Master, “WHAT! YOU told me that I didn’t have the FIRE! Because of that I quit! YOU heard me play. Why didn’t you tell me that I could have become a virtuoso? Why did you tell me that I didn’t have the fire?”

The Master calmly replied, “My dear boy, I tell every one who auditions for me that they don’t have the fire. If they truly do have the fire, then they disregard what I say and continue to play; if they don’t, then they quit and never play again.”

The young man was humbled and said nothing.

“You see,” continued the Master, “I was right. You didn’t have the fire. If you did have the fire and playing the violin was your true passion, then no matter what I had said — or what anybody had said — would have deterred you from playing.”

You will light your fuse with these books because they’re dynamite.

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The Absolute Truth About Action and The Master Key System Tue, 28 Aug 2018 15:28:43 +0000 Everything you have and everything that is around you began with a thought.

That was not — and is not — the entire process, though.

To attain something, you must . . .

. . . think . . .

. . . and then plan . . .

. . . and then do.

Action is required to bring to you your “own.”

A person thinking about writing a book will never “manifest” a book by thought alone. He must write the  book. He must . . .

. . . outline the book . . .

. . . produce a rough draft . . .

. . . edit that rough draft . . .

. . . let other people read and criticize what he has written . . .

. . . re-draft . . .

. . . re-write . . .

. . . edit . . .

. . . and repeat it all again and again until the book is . . .

. . . finished.

Action is part of the process that Charles F. Haanel espoused. It might not be the largest part; often, though, it is the most time-consuming and most difficult to perfect.

Yes, Mr. Haanel will teach you how to think properly and correctly. And always with taking action in mind.

That’s why he wrote this in Week Nine of The Master Key System . . .

To know the Truth is the underlying condition necessary in every business transaction or social relation.

The “Truth” is the intrinsic meaning or value of something. It is seeing a thing as it really is instead of seeing or being fooled by appearances or ornament. Look back to the exercise in Week Eight (the battleship) to see it in action. You are not just disassembling the ship, you are taking it back to its root cause. As you do that with everything that you experience, you gain a greater understanding of what something is.

In short, you are “distilling” reality to see past the shibboleths of your mind and to see reality free of preconception, ornament, and impurities.

For example, many people are befuddled by business, but each and every business can be reduced to merely the buying and selling of a good or service: you have something people want and you sell it to them at a price that is greater than what it costs you to produce or provide it. Everything over and above that is just ornament:

a clown as your mascot to help you sell hamburgers . . .

. . . the beautiful design of your computer . . .

. . . the uniforms . . .

. . . the logos and advertisements.

Below the surface of what we see is the root of what is actually happening.

It is an idea come to life.

It is the flower sprouting petals and the bird spreading its wings.

From a thought springs the action that makes what we see and experience in the world.

You will know them by their fruits.

That is Matthew 7:16.

You don’t know who or what someone is until you see what they do.

A good person does good things.

A noble person, noble things.

In all cases, we know a person by what they do.

We call a person who writes a writer.

We call a person who builds businesses a business person.

Yes, it all begins with a thought.

But those thoughts — all those long hours of thinking and planning — must manifest in action.

Because it is in the doing that things get done.

And become reality.

Long and purposeful thought will lead to concrete and powerful actions.

So, think long and hard.

And then act . . .

. . . decisively . . .

. . . accurately . . .

. . . and intensely.

It’s fun to take action because it leads to great things.

Charles F. Haanel’s Three Phases of Consciousness from Mental Chemistry Fri, 17 Aug 2018 13:24:00 +0000 We easily recognize three phases of consciousness, between each of which there are enormous differences.

  1. Simple consciousness, which all animals possess in common. It is the sense of existence by which we recognize that “we are,” and “that we are where we are,” and by which we perceive the various objects and varied scenes and conditions.
  2. Self consciousness, possessed by all mankind, except infants and the mentally deficient. This gives us the power of self-contemplation, i.e., the effect of the world without upon our world within. “Self contemplates self.” Amongst many other results, language has thus come into existence, each word being a symbol for a thought or an idea.
  3. Cosmic consciousness, this form of consciousness is as much above self-consciousness as self-consciousness is above simple consciousness. It is as different from either as sight is different from hearing or touch. A blind man can get no true notion of color, however keen his hearing or sensitive his touch.

Neither by simple consciousness nor by self consciousness can one get any notion of cosmic consciousness. It is not like either of them any more than sight is like hearing. A deaf man can never learn of the value of music by means of his senses of sight or of touch.

Cosmic consciousness is all forms of consciousness. It overrides time and space, for apart from the body and the world of matter, these do not exist.

The immutable law of consciousness is that in the degree that the consciousness is developed, so is the development of power in the subjective and its consequent manifestation in the objective.

Cosmic consciousness is the result of the creation of the necessary conditions, so that the Universal Mind may function in the direction desired. All vibrations in harmony with the Ego’s well-being are caught and used.

When the truth is directly apprehended, or becomes a part of consciousness, without the usual process of reasoning or observation, it is intuition. By intuition, the mind instantly perceives the agreement or the disagreement between two ideas. The Ego always so recognizes truth.

By intuition the mind transforms knowledge into wisdom, experience into success, and takes into the world within the things that have been waiting for us in the world without. Intuition, then, is another phase of the Universal Mind that presents truth as facts of consciousness.

This is an excerpt from Mr. Haanel’s book Mental Chemistry, a significant part of Charles F. Haanel’s Complete Master Key Course, which you should get because it has everything you need to succeed.

The Master Key to Landing a Man on the Moon Fri, 20 Jul 2018 17:18:48 +0000 A boulder field.

Fuel running out.

Neil Armstrong’s heart rate hit 160 beats per minute.

He was sweating.

But he didn’t sound worried or anxious.

He sounded cool.


In control.

Because he was.

He had overridden the computer controls and was manually flying the craft to find a flat area to set the Eagle lander on the surface of the Moon.

The seconds ticked.

The Eagle’s occupants, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, were so close to the Moon’s surface that the craft’s thrusters were kicking sand upwards, occluding the astronauts’ vision.

The Moon, the enchantress and seductress of the Ancients, was bedeviling mankind once again.

There were but two options at this critical juncture.

Should they continue?

Should they abort?

The eyes of the world were on these two men, yet they sounded completely cool . . .

. . . completely collected . . .

. . . and completely awesome.

Neil Armstrong had, some would say, been preparing for a moment just like this his whole life. Steve Jobs said that you “can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards.” That’s where we are now as we look back on this monumental feat.

But I can imagine that Neil Armstrong knew that he would land his craft safely and perfectly.

He knew that he would, by the Grace of God, accomplish the mission.

Yes, he knew that he would be the first man to truly become an extra-terrestrial by stepping onto and walking on the surface of the Moon, the goal that was set by the late president John F. Kennedy nine years prior to this epic historic moment.

When President Kennedy decided in 1960 that the United States would put a man on the Moon in ten years, most of the technology to accomplish the task was not yet available. But here we find the key — the Master Key. The decision to put a man on the Moon — the belief in its possibility and the belief that it could be achieved — produced the necessary scientific and technological breakthroughs to make it possible.

Charles F. Haanel wrote in The Master Key System that “the real secret of power is consciousness of power.” This is what brings everything into reality.


Be it good . . .

. . . or bad.

What you want . . .

. . . or what you dislike.

This is how a man was landed on the Moon.

A goal was set.

It was believed.

Plans were made and . . .

. . . pictures were created and . . .

. . . the goal became tangible.

It became magnetic and the excitement and energy and activity attracted the best and the brightest, all of whom contributed by solving problems and sharing ideas and motivating each other.

And it became focused on one man as he guided his spaceship onto the lunar surface. This one man who trained . . .

. . . and prepared . . .

. . . and practiced.

This man who would speak almost casually into his radio on July 20, 1969, “Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed.”

Calm. Cool. Collected.

This is the result of thinking, which is, in the words of Charles F. Haanel, “Clear, decisive, calm, deliberate, sustained thought with a definite end in view.”

This is what you open when you use your Master Key.

You define audacious goals.

And you achieve them.

Deliberately. Assiduously. Markedly.

Calmly. Cooly. Collectedly.

And you make giant leaps.

Because that’s what happens as you exercise your inner power.

Because that’s what happens when you attempt grand things “not because they are easy, but because they are hard.”

Shoot for the Moon. Because even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars.

The Universal Mind and You Thu, 19 Jul 2018 11:51:04 +0000 Harmony in the world within means the ability to control your thoughts and to determine for yourself how any experience is to affect you.

You are related to the world without by the Objective Mind. The brain is the physical organ of this mind.

You are related to the world within by the Subconscious Mind. The solar plexus is the organ of this mind. This system of nerves presides over all subjective sensations, such as joy, fear, love, anger, and imagination.

The Universal Mind is that consciousness pervading the entire universe, occupying all space and being the same in kind in every point of existence. It is . . .

. . . all powerful . . .

. . . all wisdom . . .

. . . and always present.

It is all in all.

Through the Subconscious Mind you are connected to Universal Mind — and in this way you are brought into relation with the . . .

. . . infinite constructive forces of the Universe.

Your consciousness is part of Universal Consciousness like a drop of water is part of the ocean: It is like in kind, but it is not “the ocean.” The consciousness that focuses in your brain cells is the same consciousness that focuses in the brain cells of everyone else.

Thus, each one of us is but an individualization of the Universal.  

The world within is the cause.

The world without is the effect.

To change the effect you must change the cause.

Most people attempt to change effects by working with effects and they keep repeating the same mistakes over and over again. The effects — or the focusing of thoughts on the effects — keep producing more of the same effects.

Understanding this gives you the power to control the effects in your life. By substituting abundance for poverty . . .

. . . health for sickness . . .

. . . wisdom for ignorance . . .

. . . harmony for discord . . .

. . . and freedom for tyranny . . .

. . . you create the outcomes in your life that you want and desire.

The world within is the universal fountain of supply.

The world without is the outlet of that stream.

Your ability to receive depends upon your recognition of this Universal Fountain. This recognition is a mental process.

You live in a fathomless sea of plastic mind substance that is ever alive and active. It takes form according to your mental demand. Thought forms the mold that will be expressed in your life.

Thought, therefore, becomes reality.

As your recognition of this process grows, you will better be able to control the outcomes in your life and thus attain the things you want.

Great people connect with the Universal Mind because the rewards are incredible.

You CAN Control Your Outcomes! Sat, 30 Jun 2018 14:16:58 +0000 Harmony in the world within.

That’s the goal.

The key.

When you have that, you have the ability to control your thoughts and . . .

. . . to determine for yourself how any experience is going to affect you.

Think about it!

You are related to the world without by nothing other than the Objective Mind.

And your brain is the physical organ of this mind.

Likewise, you are related to the world within by the Subconscious Mind.

The solar plexus is the organ of this mind. This system of nerves presides over all subjective sensations, such as joy . . .

. . . fear . . .

. . . love . . .

. . . anger . . .

and imagination.

The Universal Mind is the consciousness pervading the entire universe . . .

. . . occupying all space and . . .

. . . being the same in kind in every point of existence.

It is all powerful . . .

. . . all wisdom . . .

. . . and always present.

It is all in all.

You might know all of that. It is, after all, in The Master Key System by Charles F. Haanel.

And it goes even further.

You are connected to Universal Mind through the Subconscious Mind. In this way you are brought into relation with the infinite constructive forces of the Universe.

Read that again.








Your consciousness is part of Universal Consciousness like a drop of water is part of the ocean. While it is like in kind, it is not “the ocean.” But that’s okay because the consciousness that focuses in your brain cells is the same consciousness that focuses in the brain cells of everyone else. And that’s huge because each one of us — you, me, your neighbor down the street, Elon Musk — is but an individualization of the Universal.  

The world within is the cause.

The world without is the effect.

Thus, to change the effect you must . . .

. . . change the cause.

Most people attempt to change effects by working with effects. They keep repeating the same mistakes over and over again. And the effects keep producing more of the same effects.

So what are you to do?


Change the cause!

Work on your world within.

Attain harmony in your world within.

When you understand this, you will have the power to control the effects in your life. You will begin to substitute abundance for poverty . . .

. . . health for sickness . . .

. . . wisdom for ignorance . . .

. . . harmony for discord, and . . .

. . . freedom for tyranny.

You will create the outcomes in your life that you want and desire.

Cease being a plaything of destiny!

Declare your own path!

Clear your own way!


And you will win.

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