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Thought Vibration or the Law of Attraction in the Thought World Paperback – Facsimile, April 1, 1996
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Followers of the New Thought movement of the early 20th century vehemently believed in the concept of "mind over matter," and one of the most influential thinkers of this early "New Age" philosophy promises here, in this 1906 book, to show you how to harness the extraordinary mental powers you already possess.
* the secret of the will * how to become immune to injurious thought attraction * the transmutation of negative thought * the psychology of emotion * developing new brain-cells * and much more. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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As there is nothing new in the universe, it is up to man to think about himself as the observer and to think about understanding more about himself before he can understand his environment. Then he will appreciate that circumstance and thinking are very closely related and the medium between the two is thought vibration at the ether level.
Where one leaves off, other must follow.
This is one of the original books on the Law of Attraction. This is really nothing new but it's reassuring that this truth/law lives on.
Be amazed as I was!
He clarifies really nicely, the concepts of how to never resist the negative, opposing thoughts that come into your mind, and how to just simply focus on what you want. It's amazing, how in 1906, he puts things so well in line with what I had already been reading in more current works.
Also the area of deservingness is very well explained, in a humorous but home-hitting way.
I think the most important concept he covers is his emphasis on how important it is to keep your energy on just one objective, and to never waver in your attention to it, and he uses the analogy of a lover flirting with others instead of his/her mate. Flirting with other potential goals, i.e. indecision, leaves your main goal to respond in kind by taking a step backwards.
( recommend Message of a Master by John McDonald for an 80-page reminder of the importance of one-pointedness, here's the link: The Message of a Master )
Atkinson's quote on worry: "You do not need to fight Worry - that isn't the way to overcome the habit. Just practice concentration, and then learn to concentrate upon something right before you, and you will find the worry thought has vanished. The mind can think of but one thing at a time, and if you concentrate upon a bright thing, the other thing will fade away. There are better ways of overcoming objectionable thoughts than by fighting them. Learn to concentrate upon thoughts of an opposite character, and you will have solved the problem."