- Paperback: 64 pages
- Publisher: Thrifty Books (October 20, 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1604598875
- ISBN-13: 978-1604598872
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.2 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 1,009 customer reviews
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"...His is a gentle philosophy which excludes competition and cheating, and encourages cooperation." --Publishers Weekly --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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“Wattles offers techniques for getting in tune with one’s deeper self and thus creating a channel of communication between oneself and universal energy. His is a gentle philosophy that excludes competition, cheating, and lording it over one’s fellows when one has made it, and encourages cooperation.”
In his bestselling book, Wallace D. Wattles explains that “universal mind” underlies and permeates all creation. Through the process of visualization, we can engage the law of attraction--impressing our thoughts upon “formless substance” and bringing the desired object or circumstances into material form. The author emphasizes the critical importance of attitude: only by aligning ourselves with the positive forces of natural law can we gain unlimited access to the creative mind and its abundant rewards.
The Science of Getting Rich holds the secret to how economic and emotional security can be achieved in a practical, imaginative, and noncompetitive way, while maintaining a loving and harmonious relationship with all of life. By living in accordance with the positive principles outlined in this book, we can find our rightful place in the cosmic scheme and create for ourselves an environment in which to grow in wealth, wisdom, and happiness.
WALLACE DELOIS WATTLES (1860-1911) was the author of numerous books, the best known of which is The Science of Getting Rich. He experienced failure after failure in his early life until after many years of study and experimentation he formulated a set of principles that, with scientific precision, create financial and spiritual wealth. He died a prosperous man in 1911. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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The key is to read or listen, make sure you clear any words you are not sure of and take action on the principles within.
Then, repeat the above and do it again and again.
This is the second book that I have come across in less than a week that I feel should be taught to our children beginning as early as elementary school because there will always be enough.
Whether you're one who is religious in background, or not, and whether you have agonizing inner conflicts dealing with your "justification" of wealth, this book will be manna from heaven for your mind and heart in resolving your turmoil regarding that God-given inner drive to expand and become more---even more "rich."
The globalists and elitists in this world bankroll and finance wicked and murderous regimes and ideologies, such as Marxism, all for a nefarious purpose. (Buy and read the must have "The Creature From Jekyll Island" by G. Edward Griffin with it's mammoth bibliography and explicit research to document for your the banker backed Bolsheviks etc.) These elitists are monopolists, they thrive and see everything in a "competitive" mode. They are selfish, and though fulfill a function, they will pass away as this grand creation called earth is "going to God" rather than "going to the devil" as Wattles puts it. Wealth is abundant. It is unlimited in supply, and there are not finite resources, but rather infinite resources for humanity to prosper.
The elitists bankrolled vast propaganda, including the "Population bomb" and myth of population explosion. They breed mass hysteria about "scarcity" and limited ability of the earth to support humanity. They are eugenicists who long to see humanity eliminated down in numbers. Their writings, as documented in such films as Alex Jones' "End Game" which is available for free viewing on-line, are full of this. Wallace Waddles blows into the weeds all corrupt sophistry that would convince people that humanity is threatened with overpopulation, and that the earth is teetering on scarcity and "un-sustainability."
On a religious note, one theologian said in the 1970's, and I agree with him:
"With the help and blessings of the Lord, the free people of the United States and the free world can and will face tomorrow without fear, without doubt, and with full confidence. We do not fear the phony population explosion, nor do we fear a shortage of food, if we can be free and good. The Lord has declared, `... the earth is full, and there is enough and to spare. ...' "
Waddles agrees, stating every family on earth could have built a palace the size of the capitol in Washington DC., and clothed with the finest clothing created from just the resources of the United States alone. I agree, and I find God is the author of such abundance and productivity if we would only believe it and ignore the "haters" as one lecturer refers to these "elitists" who hate witnessing their fellow man live in abundance and wealth.
Waddles appears to be tied into quantum physics well before the term even existed. I am stunned as he describes the "thinking" substance of which all things are made. We humans, by power of thought, can have and assert energy, whether good or evil, upon his basic "intelligence" or substance of which all things are made.
In short, Wattles gives a message that is the antithesis to the message given out by the Statists, the big bankers of our day and time, the "monopolists" and "money barons." The unlimited creation of wealth for our personal advancement in developing who we are is possible if we will bring forth the faith to do it. God creates worlds with faith by merely speaking his word, and the elements, or the "thinking substance" obeys his command. "Ye are gods" is a scriptural phrase, and we are like God in our capacity to think and learn to use this tremendous power of thought, to create and influence the very "thinking substance of matter" as God does. There is indeed a whole science to it, and physicists are coming up with profound discoveries that begin to have the reader take serious the depth and scope delivered to us a hundred years ago by Wattles.
Become everything you can become. Glorify and thank God for it. Become magnificent. Become Rich. Advance in all areas of culture, health, learning, the arts and sciences. Let the creation of wealth move through you. Uplift yourself and surroundings, not in a "competitive" economic outlook, but in a "creative" one that neither steals nor plunders another for limited resources===for unlimited is the supply of abundance that we are to bring forth by this Godly power to create.
Those with hangups toward obtaining wealth have found a great text to alter their mind and belief systems, and one which I find is no contradiction in scripture, but rather I feel the opposite.