You Can Heal Your Life Using the Techniques Found in The Master Key System by Charles F. Haanel
You Can Heal Your Life Using the Techniques Found in The Master Key System by Charles F. Haanel

You Can Heal Your Life with The Master Key System by Charles F. Haanel

As you have probably noticed, the exercises in The Master Key System haveyou delve into your mind more and more. They build, one upon the other, so as to help you attain complete mental mastery. It is of the utmost importance that you follow and practice these exercises.

As has been established, you are where you are in life because of your prior thoughts.

Every thought you had, so long as you gave it power, became reality in your objective universe in one form or another. Your thoughts of worry or fear may have materialized in physical illness; thoughts of hate and envy perhaps in awkward social occasions; and all other ills that befell you had a precedent thought associated with it.

In her book You Can Heal Your Life, Louise L. Hay lists common (and at times not so common) diseases and ailments and their associated probable mental cause. For example, for allergies, she has as the mental ailment, “Who are you allergic to?” She also includes a listing of affirmations that can be used to counteract the negative thought.

Here is another example: For nervousness, she has listed as a probable cause “fear, anxiety…not trusting the life process.” For the new thought pattern she would use to counteract it, she writes, “I am on an endless journey through eternity, and there is plenty of time. I communicate with my heart. All is well.”

You bring forth that which you think! Study after study show that a patient’s mental attitude is just as important as the therapy administered. In some cases, a patient with a serious illness was cured by a placebo rather than a real drug or medicine!

When you sent love to the Universe, it most assuredly returned it.

Strong, powerful, and courageous thoughts are returned to you in kind.

They always have been. Think about the times you had a night on the town. What was your frame of mind when you made some new friends and enjoyed a lot of laughs? On the other hand, what was your frame of mind when you experienced not-so-nice people and had iffy experiences?

Remember that it is the in practical application that the value consists.

Learn it. Live it. Use it.

Get it. Got it. Good. Because.